Spring Programs

Spring Programs run from March 22, 2021 - June 2, 2021. Registration is open!

Spring Program 2021 Ages & Eligibility

Summit, Park and Lake County students only |  Ages 4*- 14

At this time, we are only accepting local children due to the pandemic. All schools and grades are welcome.

*4 year olds welcome who are attending Kindergarten in the Fall 2021 and turn 5 before October 1, 2021.

Mountain Top Mentors  |  Ages 11-14

Be a leader to the campers and help the teachers with activities and counselor responsibilities. Space is limited per day. 

Wednesday Homework Club

To meet the needs of our community, Mountain Top offers a full day care on Wednesdays, mixing nature and science based activities with time and assistance dedicated to your child's schoolwork. 
 

  • $45/day for Summit and Park County students

  • Distance Learning Support

  • Every Wednesday throughout the 2020-2021 school year

  • 8am-6pm, early drop off available for fee

After School Program

Our After-School Program provides an array of STEM challenges, art antics, and nature-based activities.

  • $15/day for Summit County students

  • Every Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday

  • 3:45-6:00 pm with provided transportation from Breck Elementary

    • Students outside of Breck Elementary responsible for their own transportation to Mountain Top's After School Program

  • Thursdays from 2/18/21 - 5/13/21 are for Space Club! Find more details here

School Break Camps

To provide wrap-around care for our Summit School District students, Mountain Top is providing full-day care during school breaks. This includes:

  • Winter & Spring Breaks

  • Testing Days

  • Teacher Professional Development days

  • Holiday Breaks

See our calendar for all available camps 

COVID-19 Guidelines and Policies:

  • Guidelines include requiring masks, daily health screenings, small group sizes, frequent disinfecting, and socially distanced activities. See our COVID-19 Camper Guidelines.

  • Winter program attendees are grouped by age and siblings, depending on preference. For example, K-2 are together, but if there is a sibling in 3rd grade, they will be kept with their sibling unless parent approval is given to split them up. Grades 3-5 in another group (depending on enrollment).
     

  • Your child's Mountain Top group is considered a cohort by Public Health. If there are any exclusions or outbreaks, your child's cohort will be considered. 
     

  • If your child misses camp within the 7 day cancellation policy due to school closures or COVID-19 precautions, your account will be credited for the missed day. No refunds are available within 1 week of the cancellation; our 1 week full refund cancellation policy remains in place.
     

  • Find more COVID-19 guidelines in >
     

Required Forms

Before your child's first day, we need all required forms filled out and complete. Please fill out electronically (all forms are fillable!) or by hand all forms below and send to info@mtntopmuseum.org

Include your child's appropriate immunization form with your registration.

Additional Documents & Helpful Info

Financial Aid

In partnership with The Summit Foundation, Mountain Top is dedicated to supporting our families in financial need. We are accepting applications on a rolling basis. We encourage all families with demonstrated financial need to apply.