With the understanding that students learn best through experience, the Summer Discovery Programs are dedicated to developing students’ knowledge and interest in the outdoor world, connecting students to Nantucket’s local environment, and inspiring youth to discover ways that they can work to protect our natural world. Children have the opportunity to participate in activities such as beach exploration, snorkeling, seining, kayaking, discovery hikes, wetland studies, survival skill instruction, animal inspired engineering, live animal programs, orienteering, nature related games, art projects, insect collecting, and more.
MMA conforms to the rules and regulations for Massachusetts and we are licensed by the local board of health.
Parents have the right to request staff certifications and how we perform background checks as well as our policies and procedures on health care, discipline, and grievances.
You must be a family member or higher at the time of purchase to get your membership price! Please order first if you are not a current member.
The medical release pick up form is now filled out as part of the registration process. DO NOT USE THE FORM ON THE REQUIRED MEDICAL FORMS PAGE OF THIS WEBSITE. Before you register for camp make sure you have:
- Phone number for your child’s doctor
- Health insurance details
- Emergency contacts and phone numbers
- Names and contact info for people on your child’s pick up list
- Medication details if applicable
You will be notified of the required physical and immunization records during the registration process and will receive these details in the receipt/confirmation you receive upon registering. If you are still unsure, please visit the required medical forms page.
Naturalist Leadership Program (13-16 years)
Classes are offered weekly beginning July 3, from 1:30 – 4:30 pm.
Please visit the NLP page for details and to register.