2018-2019 School Year Registration

Registration for the 2018-2019 school year opened to current families on Tuesday, January 16th! Please stop by the office for registration information.

We will open registration up to the public on Wednesday, February 7th.

Fair Acres Winter Newsletter

We are so proud of our students and all of their accomplishments so far this school year! We hope you enjoy learning about what we’ve been up to the past few months, in our Winter newsletter…

Fair Acres December 2017 Newsletter

Learn to Skate Program

Fair Acres’ Learn to Skate program is back by popular demand! We are proud of the long list of hockey players and figure skaters we have produced over the years! Please join us each Friday, beginning January 19th through February 9th, for a fun morning of skating at the Hyannis Youth & Community Center.

Give us a call at 508-420-3288 for more information!


Greetings From our Camp Director, Lisa!


Hello all Fair Acres Families!

What a summer?! From the Specialty days, to Campfire Nights, mystery days, Fun Fridays, and endless memories made this summer, it would not have been possible without your kindness. Everyday you and your campers came in excited, positive, and supportive of all of the staff at camp and I can not tell you how much I truly appreciate each and every day I spent with your children. They made me smile, laugh, and made my summer better and better with each passing day. I am sad the summer is over, but I know the memories myself, the counselors, and all of the campers made will truly remain in my heart and mind and last me until next summer! All the best going into this school year and I hope to see you all next year!


PS: This past week I drove with my sister, Cindy the lifeguard, to Texas. She is moving there so we had an adventurous road trip. Here is a quick picture of our journey!


School Starts Wednesday, September 6th!

We are looking forward to welcoming our returning families back and our brand new families to the first day of school, on *Wednesday, September 6th!*

The buildings will be open, if you would like to stop by for a visit and preview your classroom, on Tuesday, September 5th (there will not be any staff on site).

We can’t wait to see you!!!

While we have a waitlist for our Kindergarten and Pre-K classrooms, there is limited availability remaining in our 3-year-old classrooms. Please inquire at 508-420-3288.

Fair Acres Receives “Best of Cape Cod” Award!

Fair Acres was recently awarded readers’ pick for Best Daycare in Cape Cod Magazine’s “Best of Cape Cod, 2017” issue!
“To be honored with this award is truly a humbling experience…both Jodi and I appreciate all the support from our community, parents, students and especially our staff. This accolade will continue to motivate our team to strive to exceed your expectations. Thank you!” ~ Curt Larson, Owner, Fair Acres Country Day School and Summer Day Camp




What people are saying about Fair Acres…
“We love Fair Acres! I can’t say it enough. The three-year-old program was the first time our son attended a school away from us. Not only was he learning amazing things, he was also cared for greatly by the teachers and staff. He had some anxiety issues that the teachers and staff worked with us in a variety of ways to overcome his fears. This year he attends the 5-day pre-K program now and has blossomed! He comes home teaching us all kinds of new things- about other cultures, science, nature, art, etc. He has really taken ownership of his learning. It is especially great to have him learning in an environment where the teachers value outdoor play and learning. He goes outside every day, even if there is snow on the ground. The teachers go out of their way to teach about the environment we live in so that the children get an appreciation for nature and being outside. One of the first days of pickup this year in pre-K the students were outside having a dance party on the field. The kids were having such a great time! And really, that is what every day is like! There is learning in every activity they do, but the kids don’t know it- they think they are playing. What I love the most though, is he is learning to be a good friend, citizen and person as well. The social skills development is a huge piece that we cannot teach alone as parents. Fair Acres has been incredible with teaching good values, interpersonal skills and kindness. He refers to all his classmates as his friends, not as kids in his class. All this wouldn’t be possible without the guidance and support of the owners, Curt and Jodi. They are always welcoming and open. My son loves going in to say good morning to Miss Jodi and gives her a hug every time. These are the relationships I want my son to develop with his classmates and teachers/administrators. He LOVES going to school. I really can’t say enough wonderful things!” ~ Beth Anderson
Want to share your family’s Fair Acres story? Email us at info@fairacrescapecod.com!

Make Water Safety A Priority This Summer!

Private swimming lessons are now open to registered campers at $35/30 minutes and to the public at $45/30 minutes…

Hi! My name is Cindy and I am going to be your Water Safety Instructor this summer…we are going to learn so much and have tons of fun together developing our swimming skills in Shubael Pond! I have been a lifeguard for many years and am passionate about teaching swimming and making water safety on Cape Cod a priority. I am 27-years-old, and a graduate from Bridgewater State College with a degree in Sociology…this summer, Fair Acres will be offering private swim lessons, both before and after camp. I would love for you to join me!

Please call 508-420-3288 for more information and to sign up!

Meet Our Summer Camp Co-Directors!

Join us for Summer, 2017! Learn more and register here!


Hello Fair Acres Campers and Families! It’s Maranda, hope all is well and you are beginning to prepare for the first day of camp! I am so excited to be working alongside Lisa this summer, in hopes for the best summer yet! I have had a busy and wonderful year since we last left camp last summer and can’t wait to hear about what you all have been up too!

As some of you may know I have been studying Elementary Education down in North Carolina at High Point University for the past three years. This year was my fourth and final undergrad year. As I began the year I quickly jumped right into my student teaching. I would soon take over this class and be there main teacher for 8 full weeks starting in January. I was placed in a first grade classroom at Southwest Elementary and could not have had a better experience, teaching them how to tell time, to work as a team, and that were I live there is really a town called Sandwich.

First Day of Student Teaching!

Even while teaching I found sometime to have fun. This fall I got the chance to go on a cruise and visit Cozumel and the Grand Cayman Islands. There I snorkeled with some super cool fish, relaxed on the beach, and swam in waters almost as great as our own Shubaels Pond. I also ran not only my first color fun but also my first 5k along side a bunch of friends this spring.

As my school year came to a close the beginning of May I made my way across the stage, yes without tripping, to graduate and receive a Bachelor of Arts in Elementary Education. After four years of demanding classes, never-ending papers and lesson plans, and countless hours spent in many different classrooms I have made it to the end of this journey, but no fear the next one is already planned.

Friends and Family on the big day!

While I’m headed back to North Carolina for June to begin my masters there is no doubt that I am so ready for the first day of camp. I am looking forward to another great summer with even more memories, laughs, and good times. Cannot wait to see you all July 3rd!


Hello Fair Acres campers and families!  Lisa, here, counting down the days until the first day of camp finally arrives!  It has been an amazing school year for me and I can’t wait to hear all about yours too! Lately, the itch to come back is getting stronger and I cannot wait to see you all!  As many of you know, I am a 7th grade history teacher at King Philip Middle School, which is about 10 minutes from Gillette Stadium, and I could not be happier to spend each day building amazing relationships with my students!  It truly is the most rewarding job and no day is ever the same.

Had to participate in a class wide dabbing picture!

With that said, for the third year now, I co-advised a group of students called the Student Ambassadors who were all recommended by their teachers as students that are compassionate, hardworking, and motivated student leaders.  With the help of these 60 amazing students, we successfully held our third annual Dodgeball Tournament, which yes, is as fun as it sounds!  With the help of my co-advisor and I, our students raised over $1,400.00 and donated over 54 bags of clothing to Cradles to Crayons!   Competition was high and the fun-o-meter was off the charts!  I could not be more proud to work with such a hardworking group of students or to help raise money for such a phenomenal organization.

Dodge – Dip – Duck – Dive – Dodge

In addition to that, I channeled my inner American Idol contestant and competed in my third lip-sync battle, with two other top-notch teachers. We rocked the house to a mash up of Justin Bieber, Adele, the Lion King, Grease, and of course N’Sync, so prepare for an encore this summer!

Tearing the house down with our lip-syncing mash up!

Finally, to cap off an already amazing year, after two years of challenging, inspiring, and gratifying classes, papers, and fieldwork, I graduated with my Master’s degree in Special Education from American International College. My final professor left us with the words “Just because the road is steep doesn’t mean you can’t make it, and just because it’s not done yet doesn’t mean that you can’t do it.”  I have always believed in setting goals and reaching for the stars and with this school year coming to a close, I feel more blessed than ever.

My biggest fans!

My next goal though, is to have the most awesome summer ever – with more laughs, memories, and spectacular fun than Fair Acres has ever seen.  Enjoy the last few weeks of your school years and I am so excited to see you all!

P.S. I did not have a baby, but my nephew was just too cute to keep from you!!!

2017 Summer Camp Registration is Open!

Our summer camp programming is second to none!

Fair Acres Country Day Camp runs for eight weeks, through the months of July and August. Camp opens at 7:30 am, Monday through Friday, with the camp program beginning at 9:00 am. The camp program ends at 3:30 pm and extended care is available until 5:00 pm. Campers range in age from 4-11 years and are grouped according to their age. Camp runs in two week sessions with most campers choosing multiple sessions throughout the summer.

Fair Acres Summer Camp is all about fun! Throughout the day, campers participate in a wide range of activities which include:

  • Field Games
  • Arts & Crafts
  • Swim Lessons and Free Swim
  • Playground Play
  • Court Sports (tennis, basketball, hockey, etc.)
  • “Specialty Days”
  • Water Activities
  • Nature Exploration
  • …and more!

Good ol’ camp fun is the main theme throughout the summer with all of our activities and programming. Campers will rotate from one planned activity to the next with their counselors. All activities are planned for the week by the lead counselors and reviewed by the camp director to ensure quality programming. Campers pack a lunch and drink daily as well as a bathing suit and towel. Fair Acres provides plenty of water breaks during the camp day and requires that all campers have sneakers to ensure their safety during daily activities.

Fair Acres encourages parents to visit camp and experience the same enjoyment and excitement that campers get. Your child will make lasting friendships, learn all about what it is to be a camper and most of all… they will look forward to coming back the next day!

Specialty Programs:

  • Color Wars
  • Water Day
  • Talent Shows
  • Private Swim Lessons
  • Campfire Nights

2017 Summer Camp Rates:

  • $615.00 Per Session (2 weeks) – Camp ends 3:30 p.m. (pick up 3:30)
  • $655.00 Per Session (2 weeks) – Camp & extended day (pick up 5:00)
  • $495.00 Per Session (2 weeks) 2nd child – Camp ends 3:30 p.m. (pick up 3:30)
  • $550.00 Per Session (2 weeks) 2nd child – Camp & extended day (pick up 5:00)

The sessions that your child is registered for are binding. A $65.00 non-refundable registration fee plus $615.00 or $655.00 is due at the time you register your child for Fair Acres Summer Camp. The $615.00 or $655.00 will be applied to your child’s last attending session. You will be invoiced by mail on June 1st, 2017 for the remaining sessions registered.

2017 Summer Camp Registration Form

Check out our 2016 Summer Camp highlights!

Learn more about our summer camp programming here!

We are all looking forward to another great summer at Fair Acres!

Join us for April Vacation Camp!

April vacation is right around the corner! We have an exciting week of programming in store for Fair Acres Families…

Current students and their siblings are welcome to join us Tuesday, April 18th – Friday, April 21st. Select certain days, or join us for the whole week…we offer half day, full day and extended day programming, to accommodate your schedule:

  • 7:30 -12:30 $52.00/day
  • 7:30 – 3:30 $56.00/day
  • 7:30 – 5:30 $62.00/day

*Reminder: we are closed Friday, April 14th for Good Friday and Monday, April 17th for Patriots Day.

Specialty Days

Tuesday: Pirate Day

Come aboard our Fair Acres Pirate Ship! Please join us as we spend the day filled with pirate adventures. These adventures will take us all around the grounds at Fair Acres, and will include: a pirate treasure hunt spanning our 7-acre campus, a court game of “Pirates and Alligators,” building our own pirate ship using parachutes, creating sunken treasure discovery bottles, one legged pirate sack relays, “Walking the Plank,” and “Hoist the Sails,” making pirate pizza for our snack, creating pirate necklaces and making our own treasure maps!

Wednesday: Sports-a-thon

Come to Sports-a-thon day dressed in your favorite team attire and explore all the amazing outdoor sporting activities Fair Acres has to offer! We will be playing T-Ball on the baseball diamond, practicing our putting skills on the green, and will show off our basketball skills as we compete in our own Final Four Basketball Tournament on the courts. And for those children who enjoy tennis, we will be also be showing off our serve on the Tennis Courts. We will enjoy having Fenway Franks for snack, singing and swaying to “Take Me Out To The Ballgame,” as we cheer on our friends and learn a little something about different sports around the world!

Thursday: Let’s Go Camping

Get ready to hit the trails! On our camping day, we are going to embrace all that nature has to offer at Fair Acres, and experience the ins and outs of how to rough it in the wild! We are going to make some high-energy trail mix to eat on our camping trail walk adventure and create our own fishing poles and fish for trout on Shubael Pond…we’ll also explore creative ways to hang our food in the trees to keep it safe from wildlife.

Friday: Dragons and Fairy Tales

Come one and all!  We will spend the day slaying dragons and using our imaginations to create fairy tales! We will hunt for dragons at Fair Acres, while flying our own dragon kites. We will also put on a play for each other…“Dinorella”, a prehistoric fairy tale!” Other activities include:  making fairy houses in the woods around Fair Acres, making our own dragon kites, preparing a delightful snack fit for a Dragon, (bananas, bugles, chocolate and pretzels) and playing Dragon Tails on the playground!  We hope you can join us on this enchanted, dragon-filled day!

For more information and to register, please stop by the office or call 508-420-3288!