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    Only $250 per week

    Frequently Asked Questions

    Summer Camp Handbook

    pupils playing in the classSt. Paul summer camp is offered for Pre-K and Elementary children. Pre-K children will have activities, projects, and games encouraging learning. The elementary students will work on math and reading skills within a fun theme each week.

    • Early drop-off for all students begins at 7:30 AM and the academic day begins at 8:30 AM.
    • St. Paul summer camp is open to children ages 2 - rising 6th grade.
    • Summer camp rooms are divided by age in this way:
      • 18 mo. by September 1
      • 2 years old by September 1
      • 3-4 years old on September 1
      • 4-5 years old on September 1
      • Rising Kindergarten
      • Rising 1st - 2nd grades
      • Rising 3rd - 6th grades
    • All children will bring a morning snack, a cold lunch and a water bottle.
    • Teachers will lead lessons and activities from 8:30 - 3:30.
    • At around noon, children will eat lunch and Pre-K children will have a rest time after lunch and recess. Kindergarten children will also have a short rest time after lunch and recess.
    • Older children will have playtime after lunch with activities that extend the theme into the afternoon. 
    • Campers are dismissed between 4:00 - 4:30 daily.
    • No students are allowed to stay beyond 4:30.


    Week One

    June 12 - 16

    Kindergarten: STEM

    Grades 1-2: Camping

    Grades 3-6: Construction

    Week Two

    June 19 - 23

    Kindergarten: Construction

    Grades 1-2: Cooking

    Grades 3-6: Baking

    Week Three

    June 26 - 30

    Kindergarten: It's a Zoo

    Grades 1-2: Around the World

    Grades 3-6: Camping

    Week Four

    July 10 - 14

    Kindergarten: Nature

    Grades 1-2: Sports

    Grades 3-6: Natural Wonders

    Week Five

    July 17 - 21

    Kindergarten: Olympics

    Grades 1-2: Tumbling

    Grades 3-6: Earth / Space

    Week Six

    July 23 - 27

    Musical Theater Week


    What to Bring

    Water bottle, morning snack, lunch, afternoon snack, rest mat (Kindergarten only), extra clothes, other supplies as requested. Fridays are water games and students should bring a change of clothes and/or bathing suit.

    How to Register

    Click the button below to register. You will create an account linked to your email address. On the registration form you will choose from the list of weeks offered. Payment will be collected for the total number of weeks at time of registration. Each classroom for each week of camp will remain open for registration until the capacity for the classroom is reached. At that point you may register for the waiting list using the same registration button. 


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