Summer Camp

"I appreciate the small, intimate size of the program. It's easy for children to get lost in some of the larger camp programs in Nashville. The crafting is always fantastic!

                                                                                                                        — a camp parent

During the summer season, we offer an opportunity to extend play and wholesome activity with Linden Waldorf School Firefly Summer Camp. Our camp will offer something truly special and memorable for the child to take with them for years to come. The majority of our relaxing but engaging days will be spent outdoors on our well-shaded playgrounds, and activities will include water play, nature walks, arts and crafts, circle games, storytelling, and free play.

The Firefly Camp includes ages 4 (by June 1) to rising 1st grade. Sessions are on Linden Waldorf School’s campus starting at 8:30 AM - 3:00 PM.

  • SESSION 1:  June 1-5, 2020, from 8am-3pm
  • SESSION 2:  June 8-12, 2020, from 8am-3pm
  • SESSION 3:  June 15-19, 2019, from 8am-3pm
  • SESSION 4:  June 22-26, 2019, from 8am-3pm


✔️ Register and submit payment.  

Regular registration is $350/week. All 4 weeks receive a 15% discount! Early Bird prices are in full effect until March 15.

✔️ Parent or guardian will be required to complete an emergency information form and return it by May 15 to 3201 Hillsboro Pike, Nashville TN 37215

✔️ For more information, please email us.

Firefly Campers will begin the day with circle and a song, then free play. All Firefly campers will rest with a story, and then cool off with water play. Activities include painting pottery, handwork, planting, snack making, and more!

“There is a splash pool that you get to play in in the afternoon and you get to get in your swimsuit that you bring . . . I kind of just liked all of it actually.”

— Grey, age 6






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Every student in grades 1-8

plays a musical instrument.  

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