Spanish Immersion Day Camps

Day Camps are Open to the Public

Day camps are offered by Mariposas Instructors on some AISD holidays so that you don’t have to find a sitter. They also serve as fundraisers for staff continuing education courses. The camps are theme-based, fun and of course all done in Spanish. They will include yoga, outdoor games, music class, art, Montessori lessons and more! 

Upcoming Day Camps

February 21st Immersion Day Camp 
9 AM – 12:30 PM | 4 – 8 Years Old | $80
Open to the Public

Theme: Naturaleza y animales (Nature & Animals)

Immersion day camps are a wonderful way for your child to practice their skills with
their friends and favorite maestras! Campers will spend the day playing games, crafting, practicing mindfulness and learning Spanish through Montessori lessons and storytelling. Some camps include
 yoga, music and movement. Anything fun can be done in Spanish!

Maestras (Teachers): Laura & Ashley

Upbring School of Arts & Sciences
3407 Red River St., Austin, 78705
*Early drop-off (8:30am) available for an additional $5/child- limited space!
**Children must be fully toilet trained

No refunds or transfers offered for day camps. 

Ms. Laura is so welcoming and made our child feel like apart of the camp upon arrival. Our child came home excited about the Spanish they was learning, and looked forward to the 2nd day of camp!
December 2021
The kids learned all great buzz words surrounding giving thanks.
November 2021
My daughter had a blast at camp and is still talking about it months later!
July 2021
I feel comfortable and confident that our children are learning and being well cared for while in the hands of the Mariposas teachers. We've enrolled with them on many occasions and have always been so happy with our decision. They make learning fun for our kids!
August 2021
My sons loved Spanish camp at HPM yesterday. They’re still talking about it… One of Gavin’s favorite things is his weekly Spanish class. They are excited to go back.
October 2015
Quinn was so excited about the camp yesterday. She didn’t want to leave and when she came home she said she wanted to go to Spanish Camp every day.
February 2015