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  • COVID-19 Update for Auxiliary Programs

    1. Madison Shuttle and Inter-Campus Shuttle: both are cancelled until further notice. The school will issue a pro-rated refund for the Madison Shuttle when we know how many days the shuttle will not run. Please contact Cline Tours at 601-605-4483 to inquire about pro-rated refunds for the Inter-Campus Shuttle.
    2. After School Care is cancelled until further notice. Nothing will be drafted for April and if we do not return this school year we will refund any overpayment for weeks not served in March
    3. Enrichment Programs: the plan is to make up all missed classes later in the semester or possibly into the summer. If classes cannot be made up, we will issue appropriate refunds and/or credits.
    4. Saints Summer Experience: Early Bird Pricing has been extended until further notice. Our plan right now is for all Summer 2020 activities to proceed as planned.

Specialty Camps

St. Andrew's offers many additional summer camps that cover a range of specific subjects and interests, from ballet to cooking to ultimate frisbee! Camps are listed in alphabetical order.

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  • Astronomy Camp – North Campus

    The first building completed on the North Campus was the observatory. This is significant because astronomy or the study of the heavens is considered the oldest science. We owe our way of life to this ancient science.

    Join us for a week of learning about our origins, how we use astronomy in our everyday lives, and how space can help us to imagine our futures. We will also have some evenings designated for observation of the moon, Jupiter, and Saturn. These observation nights are open to the whole family and will begin around 8:30 and end around 9:30.

    Monday, July 27 - Thursday, July 30
    1pm - 5pm
    Open to 2nd - 7th grades
    Tuition: $155
    Instructor: Price Chadwick
    North Campus, Physics 2 Classroom in McRae Science Center

    Complete their week! For an additional $125, your camper can join Adventure or Explorer Camp before their Astronomy Camp! Please select Adventure for 2nd - 4th graders, and Explorer for 5th - 7th graders.
  • Ballet In The Library

    Using steps from a daily ballet class, students will create a performance inspired by books. Please bring a favorite book and bring a snack each day. Parents and friends are invited to our performance on Thursday, June 11, at 4:30pm.

    Monday June 8 - Thursday June 11
    2:30pm - 5pm
    Open to grades PK4 - 2nd
    Tuition: $140
    Instructor: Lisa Howell
    South Campus, Ford Hall

    Complete their week! For an additional $125, your camper can join Kinder or Adventure Camp before their specialty camp!

    If you choose to complete their week, you'll also have access to Lunch Club options. Please choose Kinder Camp for PK4, K and 1st grades. Choose Adventure for 2nd grade.
  • Ballet — Nutcracker in July

    This fall, boys and girls enrolled in ballet classes offered through the Lower School will present a shortened version of The Nutcracker. There will be a performance on Tuesday, November 10, 2020, at 5:30 p.m. for family and friends.

    During this summer course, students will begin rehearsing dances for these performances. PK4 students are the cooks, who prepare the sweets in The Land of the Sweets. Kinder students are snow ladies and snowmen. Students in first and second grades are mice and soldiers in the Battle Scene.

    Parents are invited to observe a preview of The Nutcracker on Thursday, July 16, from 11:00 – 11:30 a.m.

    Attire: Girls wear a leotard or play clothes and ballet shoes. Boys wear shorts and t-shirt and ballet shoes.

    Please bring a snack.

    Monday July 13 - Thursday July 16
    9am - 11:30am
    Open to Pre-K4 - 2nd grades
    Tuition is $140
    Instructor: Lisa Howell
    South Campus, Ford Hall

    Complete their week! For an additional $125, your camper can join Kinder or Adventure Camp before and after Ballet Camp! Please select Kinder Camp for campers in Pre-K4 - 1st, and select Adventure Camp for 2nd grade.

    If you choose to complete their week, you'll also have access to Lunch Club and After Camp Care options.
  • Ballet — Preparing for The Nutcracker, Strengthening Technique

    In this daily ballet class, students with prior ballet experience will rehearse for The Nutcracker as well as study character dance and its importance in the Classical ballets. A shortened version of The Nutcracker will be performed Tuesday, November 10, 2020, at 5:30 p.m. for family and friends. Parents are invited to observe camp on Thursday July 23, from 4:15 – 5:00 p.m. in the Music Room in Ford Hall.

    Monday July 13 - Thursday July 16 from 11am - 3pm, and Monday July 20 - Thursday July 23 from noon - 5pm.

    Open to 3rd - 12th grades (with prior ballet experience)
    Instructor: Lisa Howell
    South Campus, Ford Hall

    Tuition: $150 for one week, $300 for both weeks.

    Complete their week(s)! For an additional $75 per week, your camper in 3rd or 4th grade can join Adventure Camp before/after Nutcracker Camp! If you choose to complete their week, you'll also have access to Lunch Club and After Camp Care options.
  • Cheer/Tumble Camp – Sessions 1 & 2

  • Chess & Video Game Creation Camps – North Campus – Sessions 1 & 2

    Campers will have a blast learning coding and chess skills. Active Learning programs are designed to help develop critical thinking skills and improve creativity. Chess and Video Creation Camps are available in morning, afternoon, combo, and full-day options for a range of ages and experience.
     
    For specific information and registration, please visit: www.activelearningcamps.com
    or call 888-652-4377.
     
    NOTE: Registration must take place directly with USA Chess/Active Learning Camps — NOT through St. Andrew’s Episcopal School.
     
    Instructor: Helen Jamison and other Active Learning Camps instructors
    Dates: Monday, June 22 – Thursday, June 25
                and 
                Monday, July 20 – Thursday, July 23
    Times: Morning, Afternoon, & Full-Day options
    Location: North Campus
     
    USA Chess Camp 
    Rising kindergarten through tenth grade
    Introductory level to advanced
     
    This summer USA Chess is offering its exciting and entertaining chess camp at more than 100 locations nationwide. USA Chess is the largest and premier chess camp organizer for children in the United States. The staff is comprised of the finest children’s chess instructors in North America. 
     
    Registration options include morning, afternoon, and all­-day sessions. Campers experience chess instruction and play in a fun filled environment designed to improve their skills whether they are interested in casual or competitive chess. Tuition includes trophy, chess set and much more. 
     
    Dates: Monday, June 22 – Thursday, June 25
                and 
                Monday, July 20 – Thursday, July 23
    Times: Morning, Afternoon, & Full-Day options
     
     
     
    Modding, Networking and Hosting with Minecraft
    Rising second through tenth grades
    Minecraft is hugely popular because it is collaborative, open ended and moddable. This program promotes those qualities for a week of fun! The week begins with learning the game, controls, recipes and a bit about hosting & networking. Next, campers are connecting to different worlds hosted on our secure server and experimenting with character skins, mods and custom maps. By day three, the kids are building in the Active Learning World that grows over time. Whether adding a room, building a moat or even creating
    a chessboard the possibilities are nearly limitless.
     
    This is a half day program. Students can add an additional program to make it a full day camp. 
     
    Dates: Monday, June 22 – Thursday, June 25
                and 
                Monday, July 20 – Thursday, July 23
    Times: Morning, Afternoon, & Combo options
     
     
    Kodu Video Game Creation —Go Kart Style
    Rising second through tenth grades
    Introductory level to intermediate 
    Children will create something similar to a Mario Go-Kart style game. Campers begin by designing their own world. Next, they place characters into the world and program them to move about, interacting with other characters, even talking using scripts written for the characters.They can program characters to pick up objects, engage opponents, and overcome villains. Children will use their creativity as they build a world full of racing tasks. Whether it is collecting enough diamonds before time expires, navigating through the challenging obstacle course, or racing against a friend, they are sure to have fun! 
     
    This is a half-day program. Students can add an additional program to make it a full day camp.
     
    Dates: Monday, June 22 – Thursday, June 25
    Times: Morning & Combo options available
     

    Video Game Creation — Arcade Style
    Rising second through tenth grades
    Introductory level to intermediate 
    The Arcade course is a program where the game that is created has action for each level, all on one screen similar to Centipede, Asteroids, or Pac Man. The main character (which the children create) can be anything. The character dodges the attacks of the enemies while scoring points for picking up objects and destroying the enemy objects. Options are endless and children create level after level for a full week of fun. 
     
    This is a half-day program. Students can add an additional program to make it a full day camp.
     
    Dates: Monday, June 22 – Thursday, June 25
    Times: Afternoon & Combo options available
     
     
    Video Game Creation — Platform Style
    Rising second through tenth grades
    Introductory level to intermediate
    In this camp, children build a game described as a “platform” game like Sonic or Mario. Children have a blast as their characters overcome obstacles and opponents and then conquer the Big Boss. The character progresses on a long path/journey with the background scrolling behind it as adversaries, prizes and obstacles are encountered along the way. Lessons on the basics will be similar to the Arcade course in the very beginning, but the class diverges and different programming techniques are taught in order to build this platform game.
     
    This is a half day program. Students can add an additional program to make it a full day camp. 
     
    Dates: Monday, July 20 – Thursday, July 23
    Times: Morning & Combo options available
     
     
    Kodu Video Game Creation — Adventure Style
    Rising second through tenth grades
    Introductory level to intermediate
    Children will have the option of learning how to program using a Microsoft Xbox controller! Students will create their own custom world and navigate through it. Within this world they will create tasks that need to be completed in order to progress to the next level. Some of those tasks include escaping a sewer maze, outwitting rivals, creating decoys and collecting bonus items. As with all of our game creation options, this camp encourages creativity, storytelling, programming and problem solving for their young minds.
     
    This is a half day camp. Xbox controller is optional and must be supplied by the student. Students can add an additional program to make it a full day camp.
     
    Dates: Monday, July 20 – Thursday, July 23
    Times: Afternoon & Combo options available
  • Cooking Dinner in the Sustainable Kitchen

    The Sustainable Kitchen will expose each child to lessons on where healthy food comes from, how to handle and prepare meals, as well as kitchen and dining etiquette. We will explore tasty food without processed sugar or artificial colors. Veterans and newcomers to the Sustainable Kitchen will find the lessons engaging, with new tastes to expand their palates and exposure to nutritious food!

    Monday June 29 - Wednesday July 1
    9am - 11:30am
    Open to Pre-K4 - 4th grades
    Tuition is $280
    Instructor: Erica Smith
    South Campus, Discovery Center Science Lab

    Complete their week! For an additional $125, your camper can join Kinder or Adventure Camp before and after their Cooking camp! Please select Kinder Camp for grades Pre-K4, K and 1st, and select Adventure Camp for 2nd - 4th grades.

    If you choose to complete their week, you'll also have access to Lunch Club and After Camp Care options.
  • Cooking — Baking in the Sustainable Kitchen

    This camp will focus on cookies, muffins, bread, and cakes. The students will learn how to respect a kitchen environment, operate necessary appliances, work as a team, measure, and read recipes. Baking takes concentration and precision! We will use organic ingredients with no artificial colors and create a recipe book of our creations!

    Monday June 8 - Wednesday June 10
    1pm - 4pm
    Open to 2nd - 5th grades
    Tuition: $300
    Instructor: Erica Smith
    South Campus, Discovery Center Science Lab

    Complete their week! For an additional $125, your camper can join Adventure Camp before and after their specialty camp! If you choose to complete their week, you'll also have access to Lunch Club and After Camp Care options.
  • Cooking — Flavors of Mexico – North Campus – Sessions 1 & 2

    Join Mrs. Ambriz for a week of fun as we cook our way across the country of Mexico! We will learn traditional favorites and easy, delicious desserts you can share with friends and family. Come hungry! We'll end each day's session with a fantastic family-style meal.

    Session 1: Monday June 8 - Wednesday June 10
    Session 2: Monday July 20 - Wednesday July 22
    9am - noon
    Open to 5th - 8th grades
    Tuition: $150
    Instructor: Liza Ambriz
    North Campus

    Complete their week! For an additional $125, your camper can join Explorer Camp before and after Cooking Camp! If you choose to complete their week, you'll also have access to After Camp Care options.
  • Explore Mississippi: Let's Road Trip! – North Campus

    If you're one of those who thinks there's nothing to do in Mississippi, let Mrs. Keane change your mind. Join me for a week of day trips to forgotten places in our home state. We'll travel on historic roads, visit ghost towns, share ghost stories, see where famous Mississippians' lived, find swamps, and see where witches dance. You'll be anything but bored on these road trips!

    Monday, July 13 - Friday, July 17
    8:30am - 5:30pm
    Open to 5th - 8th grades
    Tuition: $320
    Instructor: Summer Keane
    North Campus
  • FUNdamentals of Drumming – Sessions 1 & 2

    If you’ve had lessons or are new to drumming, this camp is for you! Designed to lay a solid foundation for aspiring drummers, campers will spend the week learning the fundamentals of playing the snare drum, drum set, read drum charts, and rudiments. With a big focus on fun, the group atmosphere makes this camp a great way to learn to play.

    Snare drum topics will include proper grip and playing position, basic stroke types, beginner drum rudiments, a few essential musical terms and some basic note reading. Drumset studies will focus on basic beats and fills, and applying them to campers’ favorite songs and music.

    Session 1: Monday June 22 - Thursday June 25
    Session 2: Monday, July 20 – Thursday, July 23
    8am - 11:30am
    Open to 2nd - 8th grades
    Tuition: $150
    Instructor: Stanley Dixon
    South Campus

    Complete their week! For an additional $125, your camper can join Adventure or Explorer Camp after FUNdamentals of Drumming! Please select Adventure Camp for 2nd - 4th grades, and Explorer Camp for 5th - 8th grades.

    If you choose to complete their week, you'll also have access to Lunch Club and After Camp Care options.
  • Groovy, Cool Fun in the Art Studio – North Campus

    We will paint our very own aprons and then embark on different techniques of printmaking, decoupage, and sculpture. Lots of inks, paints, glue, cardboard, mod podge and whatever else creates a mess will be involved. Bring imagination and a snack!

    Monday July 20 - Thursday July 23
    12:30pm - 4pm
    Open to 5th - 8th grades
    Tuition: $300
    Instructor: Ann Brock
    North Campus

    Complete their week! For an additional $125, your camper can join Explorer Camp before their Art Camp!
  • Jewelry Making Camp – North Campus – Sessions 1 & 2

    Beat the heat this summer and stay cool while designing and making your own jewelry! Learn beading and stringing techniques to make individual pieces or coodinating sets. We will use and create beads and pendants made of materials such as stones, glass, paper, shells and wood. Leave camp with your own collection of fine jewelry, gifts for those special people in your lives, or merchandise for your own pop-up shop! There will even be a jewelry show on the last day! All materials are provided, including a snack each day.

    Session 1: Monday, June 15 - Thursday, June 18
    Session 2: Monday, June 22 – Thursday, June 25
    1pm - 3pm
    Open to 5th - 8th grades
    Tuition: $200
    Instructor: Emily Philpott
    North Campus, Location TBD

    Complete their week! For an additional $125, your camper can join Explorer Camp before Jewelry Making Camp! If you choose to complete their week, you'll also have access to After Camp Care options.
  • Jewelry Making Camp – South Campus

    Beat the heat this summer and stay cool while designing and making your own jewelry! Learn beading techniques to make individual pieces and coordinating sets. We will use and create beads made of materials such as stone, glass, paper, shells and wood. Leave camp with your own collection of jewelry, gifts for those special people in your life, or merchandise for your own pop-up shop! All of the materials are provided.

    Monday, June 15 - Thursday, June 18
    9am - 11am
    Open to 2nd - 4th grades
    Tuition: $200
    Instructor: Emily Philpott
    South Campus, Main Building Art Room

    Complete their week! For an additional $125, your camper can join Adventure Camp before and after Summer Art Lab! If you choose to complete their week, you'll also have access to Lunch Club and After Camp Care options.
  • Lean, Green Tweens & Teens – Sessions 1 & 2

    Middle and high schoolers learn cold kitchen food prep using healthy, low carb/low fat ingredients. Students learn to prepare healthy well-balanced lunches, afternoon snacks and energizing grab-n-go breakfasts. We will make smoothies, wraps, guacamole, hummus, salads and dressings, protein bars and frozen fruit desserts.

    Session 1: Thursday June 11 - Friday June 12
    Session 2: Thursday June 25 - Friday June 26
    9am - noon
    Open to 5th - 12th grades
    Tuition: $150
    Instructor: Patty Wolf
    North Campus, Location TBD

    Complete their week! For an additional $125, your camper can join Explorer Camp before and after their Lean & Green Camp! If you choose to complete their week, you'll also have access to After Camp Care options.
  • LEGO® Bricks 4 Kids Engineering — Night at the Museum

    Bricks 4 Kidz brings your favorite pieces of history to life in our very first “Week At The Museum” Camp, based on the popular Night At The Museum movie series. Campers will become LEGO archaeologists, exploring the wonders of the world and discovering artifacts from the pre-historic era, ancient Egypt, the American Frontier and the Wild West, and much more! We will learn by creating LEGO landmarks, and LEGO robotic warriors. All campers will take home fun, daily craft projects based on the topics explored and a LEGO minifigure or mini-model at the end of the week.

    Campers need to bring a peanut-free snack and water bottle each day.

    Monday, July 13 - Thursday, July 16
    1pm - 4pm
    Open to K - 4th grades
    Tuition: $195
    Instructor: Lacey Fondren
    South Campus

    Complete their week! For an additional $125, your camper can join Kinder or Adventure Camp before LEGO Night at the Museum! Please select Kinder Camp for campers in K and 1st, and select Adventure Camp for 2nd - 4th grades.

    If you choose to complete their week, you'll also have access to Lunch Club and After Camp Care options.
  • LEGO® Bricks 4 Kids Jr. Engineering — Under the Sea

  • LEGO® STAR WARS™ Camp

    Come experience this stellar journey to a galaxy far, far away! We’ll build motorized LEGO models that represent spacecraft from the Star Wars movies, and we will travel back in time to build NASA’s Gemini Capsule. Campers will develop their critical thinking skills while exploring basic physics principles and new building techniques. Get ready for a full S.T.E.A.M. (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Math) experience! Campers will create a LEGO or Star Wars themed craft project each day and take home a LEGO mini model or mini figure at the end of the camp week.

    Campers need to bring a peanut- free snack and drink each day.

    Monday, June 15 - Thursday, June 18
    8:30am - 11:30am
    Open to K - 4th grades
    Tuition: $195
    Instructor: Lacey Fondren
    South Campus

    Complete their week! For an additional $125, your camper can join Kinder or Adventure Camp before and after LEGO Star Wars! Please select Kinder Camp for campers in K and 1st, and select Adventure Camp for 2nd - 4th grades.

    If you choose to complete their week, you'll also have access to Lunch Club and After Camp Care options.
  • LEGO® WeDo Robotics Camp

    The Bricks 4 Kidz new LEGO Robotics camp offers all the fun of building with LEGO bricks plus the challenge of programming using iPads and bluetooth technology for a completely wireless experience. Using drag-and-drop icon-based software, LEGO WeDo 2.0 software provides an introduction into the world of computer programming and robotics that will equip children to succeed in a technology-based world. This fun, action-packed week combines real-life skills with real-kid fun! Tuition includes all robotics equipment and the use of an iPad. Campers need to bring a peanut- free snack and drink each day.

    Monday, July 6 - Thursday, July 9
    1pm - 4pm
    Open to 2nd - 5th grades
    Tuition is $275
    Instructor: Dr. Ann Scott
    South Campus

    Complete their week! For an additional $125, your camper can join Adventure or Explorer Camp before Robotics Camp! Please choose Adventure for 2nd - 4th grade campers, and Explorer for 5th graders.

    If you choose to complete their week, you'll also have access to Lunch Club and After Camp Care options.
  • Lights, Camera, Best Week Ever! – North Campus

    Begin your path to video production as you shoot and create your own film using your phone, tablet, and HD camera. In this one-week video production bonanza, you'll unleash your creativity, push your storytelling to the next level and have a blast making your vision come to life. Grow both in front of and behind the camera as you record your best week ever!

    Monday, June 15 - Thursday, June 18
    9am - 12:30pm
    Open to 6th - 8th grades
    Tuition: $300
    Instructor: Jordan Red
    North Campus

    Complete their week! For an additional $125, your camper can join Explorer Camp after their Lights, Camera Camp! If you choose to complete their week, you'll also have access to After Camp Care options.
  • Little Movie Makers – Sessions 1 & 2

    Let’s make our own movie! In this camp, your child gets to make a short movie with their camp friends. We’ll begin by deciding on a theme and characters together. Then we will make simple costumes plus any materials that we might need, and will discuss how to film with iPads. Then filming will begin and by Thursday we will have our very own short movie to watch and send home for you to see. Let your child’s creativity flow with this fun camp! Both sessions are identical.

    Session 1: Monday, June 8 - Thursday, June 11
    Session 2: Monday, July 20 - Thursday, July 23
    9am - 11:30am
    Open to grades K - 4th
    Tuition: $225
    Instructor: Saana Watson
    South Campus

    Complete their week! For an additional $125, your camper can join Kinder or Adventure Camp before and after Little Movie Makers! Please select Kinder Camp for grades K and 1st, and select Adventure Camp for 2nd - 4th grades.

    If you choose to complete their week, you'll also have access to Lunch Club and After Camp Care options.
  • Make Your Own Stuffed Animal – Sessions 1 & 2

    During this camp, each child will be practicing the basics of sewing. We will be sewing (with a needle, not a machine), finger knitting and creating their own stuffed animal or other sewing project of their choice. We will go through the process of planning what kind of stuffed animal (or other project) it will be, choosing the materials, and actually making it. All materials will be provided.

    Session 1: Monday, June 8 - Thursday, June 11
                     12pm - 2pm
    Session 2: Monday, July 20 - Thursday, July 23
                      9:30am - 11:30am

    Open to 1st - 4th grades
    Tuition: $250
    Instructor: Saana Watson
    South Campus

    Complete their week! For an additional $125, your camper can join Kinder or Adventure Camp before and after MYOSA! Please select Kinder Camp for campers in 1st, and select Adventure Camp for 2nd - 4th grades.

    If you choose to complete their week, you'll also have access to Lunch Club and After Camp Care options.
  • Manners Matter – Sessions 1 & 2

    The Manners Matter camp is designed to encourage and emphasize good manners in today’s busy society. We have new material for any students who have previously attended. Some topics to be discussed and promoted will be: respect, responsibility, posture, personal hygiene, giving and receiving compliments, manners for all social occasions with special emphasis on table manners, meeting and greeting, healthy eating choices, handling difficult situations and much more. The class concludes with dinner at Amerigo in Ridgeland on Wednesday night.

    Session 1: Monday, June 15 - Wednesday, June 17
    Session 2: Monday, July 20 - Wednesday, July 22
    12pm - 3pm
    Open to Pre-K4 - 6th grades
    Tuition: $200
    Instructor: Carolyn Cloud and Jackie Stedman
    South Campus

    Complete their week! For an additional $125, your camper can join Kinder or Adventure or Explorer Camp before Manners and all day on Thursday and Friday! Please select Kinder Camp for campers in Pre-K4, K and 1st, and select Adventure Camp for 2nd - 4th grades. 5th and 6th grades should select Explorer.

    If you choose to complete their week, you'll also have access to Lunch Club and After Camp Care options.
  • MINDful Kids – Sessions 1 & 2

    In a retreat-like setting, students are taught social, emotional and mindfulness skills. They will also learn about optimism, gratitude and acts of kindness. Mindfulness activities include fun sharing games, such as “Imagine That,” “Have You Ever” and “Five Good Things.” They also include listening to music, and taking “brain breaks.” Students will make Calming Jars and perform random acts of kindness on campus. They will also practice mindfulness meditation, which is simply learning to pay attention in the present moment. All materials, including a journal and floor pillow, are included.

    Session 1: Monday June 8 - Wednesday June 10
                      1pm - 4pm
    Session 2: Monday, June 22 – Wednesday, June 24
                      8:30am - 11:30am
    Open to 1st - 4th grades
    Tuition: $200
    Instructor: Patty Wolf
    South Campus

    Complete their week! For an additional $125, your camper can join Kinder or Adventure Camp before and after Mindful Kids! Please select Kinder Camp for campers in 1st, and select Adventure Camp for 2nd - 4th grades.

    If you choose to complete their week, you'll also have access to Lunch Club and After Camp Care options.
  • MINDful Tweens – North Campus - Sessions 1 & 2

    In a retreat-like setting, students are taught social, emotional and mindfulness skills. Students learn how to settle a busy mind, skillfully handle emotions and thoughts, direct and sustain attention, cultivate compassion, and truly listen and communicate with one another — the foundations for success in all areas of life. They will also learn about optimism, gratitude and acts of kindness. Mindfulness activities include fun sharing games, such as “Imagine That,” “Have You Ever” and “Five Good Things.” They also include listening to music, and taking “brain breaks.” They will also practice mindfulness meditation, which is simply learning to pay attention in the present moment. All materials, including a journal and floor pillow, are included.

    Session 1: Monday June 8 - Wednesday June 10
                      9am - noon
    Session 2: Monday, June 22 – Wednesday, June 24
                      1pm - 4pm
    Open to 5th - 8th grades
    Tuition: $200
    Instructor: Patty Wolf
    North Campus

    Complete their week! For an additional $125, your camper can join Explorer Camp before and after Mindful Camp! If you choose to complete their week, you'll also have access to After Camp Care options.
  • Mini Hawks — Flag Football, Basketball, & T-Ball

    This multi-sport program was developed to give children a positive first step into athletics. The essentials of baseball, basketball and flag football are taught in a safe, structured environment with lots of encouragement and a big focus on fun. Our Mini-Hawk games and activities were designed to allow campers to explore balance, movement, hand/eye coordination, and skill development at their own pace. Skyhawks staff are trained to handle the specific needs of young athletes.

    Monday, June 22 - Thursday, June 25
    8:30am - 11:30am
    Open to grades PK4 - 1st
    Tuition is $160
    Coach: Paul Van
    South Campus

    Complete their week! For an additional $125, your camper can join Kinder Camp before and after their specialty camp! If you choose to complete their week, you'll also have access to Lunch Club and After Camp Care options.
  • Puppets, Literature and Theatrics, Oh My! – Sessions 1 & 2

    In this class, creativity abounds! We will explore the art of puppet making through retelling of classic fairy tales and beloved stories. Your child’s imagination will run wild as they create a new and unique puppet each day. Emerging writers will have the opportunity to create story lines to bring new life to old favorites. By retelling a story with puppets your child will learn narrative skills and the ability to understand and retell a story. It will be a time for fun and creative exploration…no strings attached! Both sessions are identical.

    Monday, June 8 - Thursday, June 11
    8:30am - 11:30am
    Open to grades Pre-K4 - 4th
    Tuition: $250
    Instructor: Taylor Davis
    South Campus

    Complete their week! For an additional $125, your camper can join Kinder or Adventure Camp before and after their Specialty Camp. Please select Kinder Camp for grades Pre-K4, K and 1st, and select Adventure Camp for 2nd - 4th grades.

    If you choose to complete their week, you'll also have access to Lunch Club and After Camp Care options.
  • Re-Purpose and Re-Create in the Art Studio – North Campus

    How much fun would it be to bring in something from home and give it a new life - think: chair, stool, lamp and lamp shade, side table, serving trays, clothing, shower curtain, tablecloth, a door, the sky is the limit! The week will be filled with sanding, prepping, painting, and lots of mess but that’s what makes it so much fun! And along the way we will sneak in creating a large slot sculpture animal.

    Bring a snack and lots of imagination. Big shirts will be provided to help keep campers' clothes clean throughout the messy art making process.

    Monday, June 22 - Thursday, June 25
    8:30am - 12pm
    Open to 5th - 8th grades
    Tuition: $300
    Instructor: Ann Brock
    North Campus

    Complete their week! For an additional $125, your camper can join Explorer Camp after their Art Camp! If you choose to complete their week, you'll also have access to After Camp Care options.
  • Scrapbooking Camp

    In our Scrapbooking Camp, we will learn the basics of scrapbooking. Throughout the week, we will learn and practice new skills using magazines, and then we will create a book with pictures brought from home. We will learn skills such as borders, layout, composition, design, and creative ways to decorate pages.

    Please send a snack with your camper.

    If you attended Scrapbooking Camp last year, don't worry - we will continue to build the skills we learned last year and learn new skills this summer.

    Monday, July 13 - Thursday, July 16
    8:30am - 11:30am
    Open to K - 6th grades
    Tuition: $250
    Instructor: Hannah Doggett
    South Campus

    Complete their week! For an additional $125, your camper can join Kinder or Adventure or Explorer Camp after Scrapbooking and all day on Friday! Please select Kinder Camp for campers in K and 1st, and select Adventure Camp for 2nd - 4th grades. 5th and 6th grades should select Explorer.

    If you choose to complete their week, you'll also have access to Lunch Club and After Camp Care options.
  • Skyhawks Beginning Golf

    One of our most popular programs, Skyhawks Golf focuses on building the confidence of young athletes through proper technique and refining the essential skills of the game. Golf is a challenging and lifelong sport, so young athletes need proper focus on the fundamentals of form, swinging, putting and body positioning. To assist in this training, Skyhawks utilizes the ShortGolf® system which uses modified equipment and a curriculum developed by PGA professionals. ShortGolf is specifically designed for the entry-level player and simplifies instruction so that young players can make an easy & effective transition onto the golf course.

    No need to bring your own clubs, all equipment is provided. For safety reasons we keep the instructor to camper ratio for this program very low, resulting in limited availability. As a result, these programs fill up quickly.

    Monday, July 13 - Thursday, July 16
    8:30am - 11:30am
    Open to 1st - 5th grades
    Tuition is $160
    Coach: Paul Van
    South Campus

    Complete their week! For an additional $125, your camper can join Kinder or Adventure or Explorer Camp after Golf Camp! Please choose Kinder for 1st grade, Adventure for 2nd - 4th grade campers, and Explorer for 5th graders.

    If you choose to complete their week, you'll also have access to Lunch Club and After Camp Care options.
  • Skyhawks Flag Football

    Skyhawks Flag Football is the perfect program for young athletes who want a complete introduction to “America’s Game” or for those who simply want to brush up on their skills in preparation for league play. Through our “skill of the day” activities, campers will learn skills on both sides of the ball including the core components of passing, catching, and de-flagging or defensive positioning – all presented in a fun and positive environment. Skyhawks Flag Football is recommended for beginning to intermediate athletes.

    Monday, July 13 - Thursday, July 16
    8:30am - 11:30am
    Open to 1st - 5th grades
    Tuition is $160
    Coach: Paul Van
    South Campus

    Complete their week! For an additional $125, your camper can join Kinder or Adventure or Explorer Camp after Golf Camp! Please choose Kinder for 1st grade, Adventure for 2nd - 4th grade campers, and Explorer for 5th graders.

    If you choose to complete their week, you'll also have access to Lunch Club and After Camp Care options.
  • Soccer Shots Camp

    Join us on Soccer Island this summer for our 2020 “Carry the Torch” summer camp. Campers will develop their soccer skills, their character, and their creativity while having fun and being active. Soccer Shots Camps include soccer games as well as a variety of other age appropriate options such as crafts, team building exercises, snack time, or even literature. Children will be encouraged to participate in daily themes, and each camp will conclude with a celebration of the children’s hard work.

    Monday, June 15 - Thursday, June 18
    8:30am - 11:30am
    Open to Pre-K4 - 3rd grades
    Tuition: $195
    Instructor: Logan Jones
    South Campus

    Complete their week! For an additional $125, your camper can join Kinder or Adventure Camp before and after Soccer Shots! Please select Kinder Camp for campers in Pre-K4 - 1st, and select Adventure Camp for 2nd - 3rd grades.

    If you choose to complete their week, you'll also have access to Lunch Club and After Camp Care options.
  • Space Camp

    Let's get ready to blast off! In this camp, your child becomes a space cadet. We will fine-tune our reading, writing, arithmetic, and athletic skills as we prepare to travel to the moon. The camp will end with a "field trip" to the moon (during which our cadets will be surprised by technical setbacks, requiring them to utilize their knowledge about space to navigate their way back home ... shhh!).

    Monday, July 20 - Thursday, July 23
    8:30am - 11:30am
    Open to grades K - 1st
    Tuition is $195
    Instructor: Summer Keane
    South Campus

    Complete their week! For an additional $125, your camper can join Kinder Camp before and after their specialty camp! If you choose to complete their week, you'll also have access to Lunch Club and After Camp Care options.
  • Summer Art Lab

    Summer Art Lab will explore the elements of art with fun hands-on projects, critical thinking, and independent play!

    Monday June 1 - Thursday June 4
    8:30am - 11:30am
    Open to 2nd - 4th grades
    Tuition: $250
    Instructor: Ginger Williams Cook
    South Campus, Main Building Art Room

    Complete their week! For an additional $125, your camper can join Adventure Camp before and after Summer Art Lab! If you choose to complete their week, you'll also have access to Lunch Club and After Camp Care options.
  • Theatre Intensive

    In this two-week session, campers will engage in acting training, ensemble building, and introduction to lighting and sound design. Students will embark on intensive study of character and dramatic text through a variety of acting techniques. They will also learn basic lighting and sound design and application. Daily activities will include acting workshops, theatre technical skill instruction, and one-act play rehearsal. At the end of the sessions, the group will present a one-act play performance open to parents and friends at St. Andrew's Center for Performing Arts. This final performance will be Friday, July 17 at 4:00p.m.

    Students will need to bring a packed lunch each day. Camp runs both weeks Monday through Friday, 9:00a.m. to 3:00p.m.

    Monday, July 6 – Friday, July 17 (2 weeks)
    9:00a.m. to 3:00p.m. 
    Open to 7th - 12th grades
    Tuition: $250
    Instructor: Ruthie Taylor
    North Campus, Center for Performing Arts
  • Tool Time – Sessions 1 & 2

    Your child will get to learn all about the basic wood working tools such as hammers, screw drivers, wrenches, clamps and hand drills. Each day they will learn and use these tools and see how they work with wood.

    Session 1: Monday, June 1 - Thursday, June 4
    Session 2: Monday, June 29 - Thursday, July 2
    9am - 11am
    Open to grades PK4 - K
    Tuition: $250
    Instructor: Kim Sewell
    South Campus

    Complete their week! For an additional $125, your camper can join Kinder Camp before and after their specialty camp! If you choose to complete their week, you'll also have access to Lunch Club and After Camp Care options.
  • Ukulele Camp – Sessions 1 & 2

    The ukulele is one of the most fun and accessible instruments for kids of any age to pick up and play. Campers will join music teacher and mom Katie Hathcock to learn the basics of playing ukulele. By the end of the camp, they’ll be able to strum a few chords and simple songs.

    Session 1: Monday June 8 - Thursday June 11
    Session 2: July 13 - Thursday July 16
    8:30am - 11:30am
    Open to 3rd - 5th grades
    Tuition: $250
    Instructor: Katie Hathcock
    South Campus

    Complete their week! For an additional $125, your camper can join Adventure or Explorer Camp after Ukulele Camp! Please choose Adventure for 3rd and 4th grade campers, and Explorer for 5th graders. If you choose to complete their week, you'll also have access to Lunch Club and After Camp Care options.
  • Wonders of Woodworking – Sessions 1 & 2

    This camp is an introduction to basic woodworking tools and how to use these tools. They will be given hammers, screwdrivers, hand drills, and clamps etc. With these tools the kids will make several small wood projects to take home.

    Session 1: Monday, June 8 - Thursday, June 11
    Session 2: Monday, July 6 - Thursday, July 9
    9am - 11:30am
    Open to grades 1st - 2nd
    Tuition: $275
    Instructor: Kim Sewell
    South Campus

    Complete their week! For an additional $125, your camper can join Kinder or Adventure Camp before and after their specialty camp!

    If you choose to complete their week, you'll also have access to Lunch Club options. Please choose Kinder Camp for 1st grade, and Adventure for 2nd grade.

South Campus | PK-3 to Grade 4

4120 Old Canton Road | Jackson, Mississippi 39216
Tel 601.987.9300 | Fax 601.987.9324

North Campus | Grades 5 to 12

370 Old Agency Road | Ridgeland, Mississippi 39157
Tel 601.853.6000 | Fax 601.853.6001