Monitored Virtual Learning

Monitored Virtual Learning Week

Daily support offered Monday through Friday — includes Outdoor Social Experience Days on Wednesdays.

During the school day, Terrapin Adventures staff members will monitor your children while they attend school virtually. Terrapin Adventures provides WiFi for your students to complete their work.
Our staff provides supervision for students during the school day. They are not teaching curriculum.

Once the school day is over, we’ll head outside for experiential education!

Registration Information

Registration Cost: $350 per week

Senior Learners

Age Requirement: 9-13 years old
Weight & Height Requirements: 60-275 pounds, 4-feet tall

Session Time & Dates

Days of the Week: Mondays-Fridays

Dates Offered: Contact our Youth Programs Manager to schedule.

Time: 8:45 AM – 4:30 PM

Daily Packing List

  • ***Personal computer and all necessary school supplies***
  • Two face masks
  • Nonperishable bagged lunch [No nuts please]
  • Water bottle
  • Sunscreen & bug spray
  • Close-toed shoes
  • FOR WEDNESDAYS (Outdoor Social Experience Days)
  • Bathing suit & towel
  • Shoes that can get wet
  • Change of clothes

What We’ll Learn

  • Gain Self-Confidence – Conquer our unique Adventure Park
  • Sharpen Social Skills – Super fun team building activities focused on building trust, improving communicating, and stimulating creative problem solving skills!
  • Environmental Education – Learn how to identify local flora and fauna, learn about the Chesapeake Bay Watershed, and how to “Leave No Trace”
  • Outdoor Skills – Setting up a campsite, Archery, Slack Lining
  • Arts & Crafts – Tie Dye, Craft bird feeders, and more!
  • Exploration – Bike ride through the woods on paved paths and packed dirt. Creek hopping on the hot days


REGISTER FOR Monitored Virtual Learning

Safety Precautions in the age of COVID-19

Terrapin Adventures is following all of the guidelines and requirements given by Maryland Department of Health,
who sets legal standards, inspects, and oversees all certified camps in Maryland.

  • Each student will undergo a health screening each morning for signs and symptoms of the virus
  • Students will have their temperature taken before being admitted
  • Students will complete a health form so that we can identify who may be immunocompromised or at risk and should not attend the program
  • Built in hand-washing and hand-sanitizing times are scheduled before and after activities
  • High touch and traffic areas like tables, doors, equipment will be sanitized throughout the day with EPA approved disinfectant
  • Students showing signs of illness will be quarantined and sent home immediately
  • Staff unwell will not be permitted to be at our facility
  • We will keep up to date with all guidance from the CDC and American Camp Association
  • We will avoid activities in which campers will need close contact with one another
  • We will have a doctor and nurse who we are able to call throughout the week and take instruction from
  • All staff working are trained and mindful of all protocols and CDC recommendations