2021 UPDATE: MUSA is planning to provide in-person summer camp this year. Though it may look slightly different than it has in previous years, we will still have a ton of fun! Health and safety protocols will continue to be in effect according to the latest guidance and regulations. Updates will be posted to this page as they become available. Enrollment will open by May 2021.
MUSA's Summer Camp typically begins the second week of June, and ends the third week of August. This ten-week program employs a STEAM-based curriculum that allows for higher information retention between school years. MUSA strives to help prevent students from falling behind over the summer to ensure success during the following school year.
MUSA Summer Camp also provides exciting and fun enrichment activities throughout the program. Several community programs come to the camp (Community Kitchen, Snapology, Saturday Light Brigade, and more) to arrange for children to have a fun and successful summer experience. In addition, children go swimming twice a week at the nearby Carnegie Library of Homestead.
MUSA provides each child with a complete and nutritious breakfast, lunch, and snack.
MUSA Summer Camp also includes field trips every Friday. Field trips are typically to local areas of interest and landmarks, such as the Pittsburgh Zoo & PPG Aquarium, the Carnegie Science Center & Sportsworks, and the Carnegie Museum of Natural History among many others.
MUSA's Summer Day Camp is Monday through Friday and opens daily at 8:00 AM. The program ends daily at 5:00 PM. Parents will be charged a late fee of $15-$60, depending on the time of departure, if children are picked up after 5:00 PM.
Breakfast begins at 8:30 AM and concludes at 9:30 AM.
Lunch begins at 12:00 PM and concludes at 1:00 PM.
Snack begins at 2:00 PM and concludes at 2:30 PM.
Parents are encouraged to contact CCIS for funding assistance, but private tuition based on monthly income is also available.