- Great staff and really fun classes from beginner to advanced, you'll find a niche here.
- If you are near NE Seattle and Magnuson park, Tennis Center Sand Point is a semi public club and is outstanding for all ages. Membership is less than $150 per YEAR! 10 indoor courts and full staff.
- These guys run one of the best athletic programs for kids. Incredible instructors who I found myself leaning in to listen to for tips (while watching my kid practice).
Jessica M Shapiro
- Camp Solomon Schechter is amazing! It's a Jewish camp located in Tumwater, WA - very close to Olympia. Tons of activities, a gorgeous setting right on a private lake, and a chance to make incredible friends. I went there for 9 years. All 3 of my kids go now. It starts when you're entering into 2nd grade. Sessions range from 1 week to 3. They just started a 6 week option. Many of my closest friends are the friends I made at Schechter. Can't say enough good stuff about it.
- My 3 kids have been attending CSS for the last 5 years and look forward to it every year. We consider ourselves a reformed, interfaith Jewish household and it’s important to us that our kids are comfortable with the level of Judaism - and can feel at home while they are away. Camp Solomon Schechter is that are more! We love it!
- Curt and company are incredible with kids. Parkour is a great way to teach them confidence, self awareness, and the ability to think for themselves. Curt's summer camps and after school programs should not be missed!
- I loved this camp! With a lack of space to really practice riding (and falling), our kids were getting frustrated. We signed up for this camp, and they were riding confidently after the first two days.
- My 5-year old loved this camp! The instructors are great, and the camp is well organized. They do a graduation ride on the last day with parents there to cheer them on!
Dr Helen Wang
- My son signed up for the master dance virtual class from Hamilton original cast Thayne Jasperson at 6crickets.com. That was a surreal and exciting experience for my son. I enjoyed watching, video-recording on the side. Then I discovered this AI for kids mini virtual camp taught by a renowned computer scientist and entrepreneur. Both of my kids enjoyed that classed and created their own AI in just a week predicting whether a person is angry or not and telling one musical instrument from another. These were wonderful experiences.
This is the silver-lining of this pandemics ... we would have never been able to discover or take such classes from experts from New York or Silicon Valley. While we live on the eastside Seattle, we can finally take camps from our local famous artist Willow on the Seattle side.