Summer Arts Mashup

A fun and foundational program for ages 6-12 teaching ukulele, chorus, dance, visual arts, coding, and music production!

August 5-9

Monday – Friday, 9-3:30


Need child care for mornings or early evenings?

We have Before & After Care!

Further details listed below.

August Mashup registration deadline: July 5th

Teaching Themes

World music is an integral part of every Arts Mashup. Each week, we select a new theme and teach students about the music, art, and folklore of the region. Our programs blend movement, creativity, and play with foundational learning to inspire confidence and collaboration in young musicians.
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At the end of each week, students showcase their final performance to friends and family in Meadow Hall!

Faculty Coordinator

“Singing and dancing are the most natural forms of musical expression. My classroom environment is filled with song and movement, as well as listening and responding to the music in our world.”

Our multi-disciplinary approach encourages children to exercise their personal strengths while broadening their worldview and empowering them with new ideas!


Summer Open House

Join us on Saturday, March 2 from 12-1pm for a brief presentation on our summer programs and the chance to get answers to all your questions directly from knowledgeable staff and faculty. Reserve your Open House seat now!

Summer Scholarships

Groton Hill proudly offers need-based scholarships to help offset the cost of our fun summer learning programs. Apply for your scholarship now!

Additional Programs

There’s a lot to do here at Groton Hill, including Private Lessons, Ensembles, and Classes, as well as other exciting Summer Programs, like:

In collaboration with our community partners

Code Chef is a learning center in Chelmsford, teaching kids and adults essential computer skills and preparing them for the future. They provide a creative play center for kids and a facility for inventors to experiment with ideas, focusing on problem solving, computer coding, and creativity. 

Since 2002, NOA Gallery has given New England artists a venue to show and sell their work. The Groton, MA gallery has been the driving force behind public art projects including murals and sculpture and, for many years, a local Art Walk, as well as art education.