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San Juan Summer Camps

During Summer 2022, Spring Street teacher Seth Bundy is offering three summer day camps for youth ages 8-15.


Seth and his enthusiastic, and friendly assistant coaches will teach the youth of San Juan Island the game of ultimate frisbee. This highly popular non-contact sport is growing rapidly, and the Pacific Northwest is home to some of the youngest and best players in the world. The morning will consist of fun skill-building drills and games, followed by more fun competition and more fun. Did I mention fun? Come and learn how fun it is to throw and chase that spinning plastic disc.

Ages 10-15. Limit 40 students. Mon-Fri June 27 – July 1, 9am-12:30pm at John O. Linde Community Park




Seth and his fellow Spring Street teacher and fellow bird enthusiast Sharon Massey will go on birding outings to every corner of San Juan Island, in search of…you guessed it. Armed with binoculars, bird books, and clipboards, campers will attempt to identify as many different species as possible on their checklist. In the classroom, they will learn the tricks of the trade, do art projects, play games, and earn fun badges for birds seen and heard. Are there any other Bird Nerds on the Island? Van trips to South Beach, English Camp, Zylstra Lake, Lime Kiln/Bird Blind.

Ages 8-12. Limit 14 students. Mon-Fri July 11-15, 9am-3pm at Spring Street International School.




Campers will explore the question: “Where can I find math in nature?” Each day will include time in nature, time to play, as well as time in the classroom. We will introduce a math/nature theme, such as fractals, the Fibonacci Sequence, tessellations, hexagons, or circles — then we will travel by van to a beautiful corner of the Island to investigate. The afternoon will be devoted to math games and art projects. 

Ages 8-12. Limit 12 students. Mon-Fri July 18-22, 9am-3pm at Spring Street International School. 



SETH BUNDY teaches math, science, and fitness at Spring Street International School in Friday Harbor. During the summer, he collaborates with his colleagues and students to create active, meaningful, and fun summer learning programs for children and youth on San Juan Island.