Camp Roadrunner

Austin Waldorf School's summer programs have been voted FAVORITE OVERALL CAMP by the 10,000 Austin families using CampSloop.com!

Camp Roadrunner Camp Roadrunner provides children ages 6–12 (entering 1st-7th grades) an unforgettable summer experience. Choose from our 8 weekly sessions. Activities include everything from circus arts to cooking to painting, with every week encouraging self expression and creativity in a friendly, wholesome atmosphere. We strive to create a balanced program with plenty of time for freedom and movement along side opportunities to learn and create. We provide wholesome, interesting, and exciting activities for campers entering 1st - 7th grades. All camp participants will tie dye a unique Camp T-shirt each week. Click here to read our camp rules.
 

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Reviews: "What a wonderful time the girls had at summer camp! The Waldorf School is such a gorgeous and fun place... I am just so regretful that we were not signed up to come back for more weeks. And all of the teachers there are just fantastic :) The girls really enjoyed their counselors so much and really really enjoyed spending time with Miss Chris in the hours after camp. Thank you again for being so sweet!" - Anna, mother of girls ages 6 and 8 "My daughter attended last week and really enjoyed her time with you. The week seemed to offer just the right balance of structured activities and freedom to be a summertime kid! I especially loved the days that I found my daughter frolicking with other children in the sprinkler on the playground at pick up time! Or playing board games under the pavilion. It was a scene right out of my own 'backyard summertime fun' days! Please thank Buddy, Sky, Starr, Shaphir, Stephanie and Miss Chis for their individualized time and attention. This was our first experience at your summer camp and I am happy to say it was a good one and we will be back again next year!" - Maria, mother

Week 1, June 16th-20th PENNY CIRCUS

Clown around with your friends and learn exciting new skills! Ring Master, and AWS Movement Teacher, Kate Moran returns to camp this year for a week of tight rope walking, acrobatics, stilts, unicycles, juggling, aerial silks, and more. Lauren Barr will work with our Woodpecker Group, giving them an opportunity to participate in the circus as well, with age appropriate arts and games. Participants will enjoy crafting their own props and costumes for a one of a kind show at the end of the week!

 

 

Week 2 June 23rd - 27th GAMES AND SKILLS

Coach Erik Olson, our own Austin Waldorf School Athletics Director, returns for another week of challenging games and obstacle courses. Campers will gain confidence and agility as they play their way through age appropriate, and action packed activities. Crafter extraordinaire Carson Fustes will be in the Art Studio this week to lead campers through creating their own personalized board games. Starr Taylor will return to teach again as well, treating the campers to a variety of indoor and field games. Participants will also enjoy a field trip to, Austin classic, DEEP EDDY POOL on Friday!

Week 3, June 30th - July 3rd *4 days only  SKY HIGH

This week, we will reach for new heights! Campers will craft kites, airplanes, wind chimes, wings and more. Coach Olson will lead campers in engaging games and movement activities. To top it all off we will explore the wild blue yonder on our field trip on Thursday.  (location to be announced soon!)

Week 4, July 7th - 11th - DON'T TRY THIS AT HOME
For the third consecutive year, Messy Jessie Morin will return to Camp Roadrunner to treat campers to a week of sloppy and unforgettable fun. Kids will enjoy sloppy games of mud ball, make giant spin art, play bobbing for donuts and do all those things that they should NEVER try at home! Lauren Barr will provide campers with messy and hilarious craft projects throughout the week. Pack a change of clothes - this is going to get sloppy!

 

 Week 5, July 14th - 18th ROUGHIN' IT

This week our campers will learn the tricks of the trade for camp outs and hikes in the hill country. They'll test their skills with orienteering, cook up healthy snacks, learn new nature games, appreciate local flora and fauna, and enjoy the wide open spaces of the Texas Hill Country. We will take a trip to Krause Springs this Friday!

 

Week 6, July 21st - 25th THEATER WEEK

Jessie Morin returns for another week in our beautiful theater! Campers will create costumes, skits, songs and more this week. Lauren Barr will help the campers design and craft props for their production. We will end the week with a performance for parents and friends.

Week 7, July 28th - August 1st KEEP AUSTIN COOL

BATS, BBQ, and BARTON SPRINGS! Specialty Teacher Starr Taylor will help campers explore some of the traditions, music, fashions, and foods that make Austin such a cool place to grow up. Austin Musican, Mike Zeoli (of Del Castillo), will share his talent for rhythm with campers using wooden precussion instruments. Campers will enjoy unique upcycled crafts, challenging games, and a field trip to Austin's treasure - Barton Springs, to end the week.

 

 

Week 8, August 4th - 8th MAD HATTER'S TEA PARTY

Join us for a week of do it yourself haberdashery! Participants will create culinary masterpieces with local baker Emma Lambert. Carson Fustes will inspire participants to let their creativity run wild as they design and build whimsical costumes and crafts in our Orchestra Room. Campers will cook, craft, and play their way through a fanciful week, culminating with an extra special field trip on Friday to end the summer!

 

 

 

HOURS Camp Roadrunner runs from 9:00 - 3:30 pm. Extended Care is provided on a weekly basis from 7:30 - 9:00 am and 3:30 - 6:00 pm.

FEES Camp Roadrunner: Weekly Sessions (M-F) - $250 per week including extended care. Please be sure to let us know of your extended care needs when you register. A non-refundable deposit of $50 is required for each week. Week 4, July 1st-5th, is a four day week and, thus, is pro-rated to $200.00. Extended Care: 7:30 - 9:00am 3:30 - 6:00pm

All weeks including field trips will have additional transportation fees added at registration.

 

 

Any Questions?

If you have any questions about our camp please feel free to contact Alex Abbott: Telephone : 512-288-5942 ext 252 / Fax : 512-301-8997 Attn. Alex Abbott / Email : click here for larger image

 

The Austin Waldorf School is a non-profit educational institution, 501(c)3, that welcomes students and families of any religion, race, sexual orientation, gender identity, national or ethnic origin.
The Austin Waldorf School is a full member of the Association of Waldorf Schools of North America (AWSNA)
Celebrating Educational Excellence Since 1980 - Acknowledgements