Auxiliaries
Saints Summer Experience

Specialty Camps

Each summer, St. Andrew's offers an amazing roster of Specialty Camps that cover an array of specific subjects and interests.

There is truly something here for every camper. Don't wait - these camps fill up fast!

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  • Babysitters Club: July 9 - 11, 2024

    In this club, we will work together to create a business plan for babysitters. We will learn how to care for and keep children as a pre- babysitter. We will create flyers and business cards. We will learn how to be the best babysitter on the block.

    When: Tuesday, July 9 - Thursday, July 11
    Time: 1:00PM - 3:00PM
    Where: South Campus, Location TBD
    Eligible Grades: 3rd & 4th
    Cost: $300
    Instructor: Andrea Stallings
    Instructor Bio:
    Andrea Stallings has worked at St. Andrew's for 11 years. She loves art and cooking and is an avid puzzler. She has taught cooking for many years in the after school program at St. Andrew's.

    *Complete Their Week! For an additional $175 per week, your camper can join us for their grade-level Day Camp for the entire week. You can drop them off in the morning carpool, and we will get them to their Specialty Camp when it begins. You can pick them up when their camp is over, or in Day Camp carpool at 2:45 p.m. if their camp happens during the camp day. After Camp Care is available until 5:45 p.m. for an additional fee.
  • Ballet Camp: Let's Fly - Pre-K4 - 2nd grades: June 3 – 6, 2024

    Let's Fly - Summer 2024

    Through movement, music and stories, let's explore ballet characters that fly. Be a bluebird, a firebird, a swan or a fairy. Make your own wings. Wear them to dance...

    When: Monday, June 3 - Thursday, June 6, 2024
    Time: 2:30 PM - 5:00 PM
    Where: South Campus Dance Studio
    Eligible Grades: Pre-K4 - 2nd grades
    Cost: $300
    Instructor: Lisa Howell

    Complete Their Week! For an additional $175 per week, your camper can join us for their grade-level Day Camp for the entire week. You can drop them off in the morning carpool, and we will get them to their Specialty Camp when it begins. You can pick them up when their camp is over, or in Day Camp carpool at 2:45 p.m. if their camp happens during the camp day. 

    If you’re “Completing Their Week” by adding on a day camp for your camper, please be sure to pick the correct option:
    Firefly Camp is for campers entering Pre-K4
    Discovery Camp is for campers entering K and 1st
    Adventure Camp is for campers entering 2nd - 4th
    Explorer Camp is for campers entering 5th - 8th   

    Instructor Bio:
    Lisa Howell graduated Magna Cum Laude from Birmingham-Southern College, where she received a Bachelor of Arts degree in Dance. Her Ballet and Character Dance teacher while studying at Birmingham-Southern College was Mira Popovich. By invitation of Ms. Popovich, Lisa taught Character Dance at the Summer Ballet Workshops at Birmingham-Southern for over a decade.

    Ms. Howell moved to Mississippi after accepting a teaching position with Jackson Ballet School, under the direction of Thalia Mara. The following year, Jackson Ballet became Ballet Mississippi. Charles Dickson was appointed Artistic Director of Ballet Mississippi. He named Ms. Howell, Principal of Ballet Mississippi School and Assistant Chairman of the Dance Department of APAC (the Academic and Performing Arts Program offered through Jackson Public Schools). She taught for Ballet Mississippi for ten years. During that time, along with Mr. Dickson, she had the privilege of learning from her colleagues, Alan A. Woodward and Gillian Davis.

    As a Ballet Mississippi school teacher, she began teaching ballet in the St. Andrew’s Lower School. She continues to enjoy this association and their support of her ballet program, now in its 35th year.

    Mary Golde Howell, as Director of Beth Israel Pre-School, invited Lisa to teach “Dance and Movement” class to the 4 and 5 year-old classes. For 7 years, she was honored to teach these classes.

    Lisa Howell is an Associate of the Royal Academy of Dance, receiving Highly Commended on her Advanced Executant Examination and Distinction on her Royal Academy of Dance Teaching Examinations.

    In June 2023, she successfully completed training on The Royal Ballet School’s INSPIRE: Series 1, Seminars 1 - 6, which was offered during the USA IBC.
  • Ballet Camp: Let's Fly - 3rd - 12th grades: June 3 – 6, 2024

    Let's Fly - Summer 2024

    Through movement, music and stories, let's explore ballet characters that fly. Be a bluebird, a firebird, a swan or a fairy. Make your own wings. Wear them to dance...

    When: Monday, June 3 - Thursday, June 6, 2024
    Time: 8:30 PM - 2:30 PM
    Where: South Campus Dance Studio
    Eligible Grades: 3rd - 12th grades
    Cost: $300
    Instructor: Lisa Howell

    After Camp Care is available until 5:45 p.m. for an additional fee.

    Instructor Bio:
    Lisa Howell graduated Magna Cum Laude from Birmingham-Southern College, where she received a Bachelor of Arts degree in Dance. Her Ballet and Character Dance teacher while studying at Birmingham-Southern College was Mira Popovich. By invitation of Ms. Popovich, Lisa taught Character Dance at the Summer Ballet Workshops at Birmingham-Southern for over a decade.

    Ms. Howell moved to Mississippi after accepting a teaching position with Jackson Ballet School, under the direction of Thalia Mara. The following year, Jackson Ballet became Ballet Mississippi. Charles Dickson was appointed Artistic Director of Ballet Mississippi. He named Ms. Howell, Principal of Ballet Mississippi School and Assistant Chairman of the Dance Department of APAC (the Academic and Performing Arts Program offered through Jackson Public Schools). She taught for Ballet Mississippi for ten years. During that time, along with Mr. Dickson, she had the privilege of learning from her colleagues, Alan A. Woodward and Gillian Davis.

    As a Ballet Mississippi school teacher, she began teaching ballet in the St. Andrew’s Lower School. She continues to enjoy this association and their support of her ballet program, now in its 35th year.

    Mary Golde Howell, as Director of Beth Israel Pre-School, invited Lisa to teach “Dance and Movement” class to the 4 and 5 year-old classes. For 7 years, she was honored to teach these classes.

    Lisa Howell is an Associate of the Royal Academy of Dance, receiving Highly Commended on her Advanced Executant Examination and Distinction on her Royal Academy of Dance Teaching Examinations.

    In June 2023, she successfully completed training on The Royal Ballet School’s INSPIRE: Series 1, Seminars 1 - 6, which was offered during the USA IBC.
  • Ballet Camp: The Mice's Picnic - 3rd - 12th grades: July 15 - 18, 2024

    During this week, rising Pre-K4 through 12th grades students will rehearse and perform "The Mice's Picnic."
    The performance, for family and friends, is Friday July 19, 2024, from 12 - 12:35pm on the Lower School Stage.  
     
    When: Monday, July 15 – Thursday, July 18, 2024
    Time: 8:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m.
    Where: South Campus, Ballet Studio (Main Building)
    Eligible Grades: rising 3rd - 12th grades
    Cost: $375
    Instructor: Lisa Howell
    Instructor Bio: Lisa Howell graduated Magna Cum Laude from Birmingham-Southern College, where she received a Bachelor of Arts degree in Dance. Her Ballet and Character Dance teacher while studying at Birmingham-Southern College was Mira Popovich. By invitation of Ms. Popovich, Lisa taught Character Dance at the Summer Ballet Workshops at Birmingham-Southern for over a decade.

    Ms. Howell moved to Mississippi after accepting a teaching position with Jackson Ballet School, under the direction of Thalia Mara. The following year, Jackson Ballet became Ballet Mississippi. Charles Dickson was appointed Artistic Director of Ballet Mississippi. He named Ms. Howell, Principal of Ballet Mississippi School and Assistant Chairman of the Dance Department of APAC (the Academic and Performing Arts Program offered through Jackson Public Schools). She taught for Ballet Mississippi for ten years. During that time, along with Mr. Dickson, she had the privilege of learning from her colleagues, Alan A. Woodward and Gillian Davis.

    As a Ballet Mississippi school teacher, she began teaching ballet in the St. Andrew’s Lower School. She continues to enjoy this association and their support of her ballet program, now in its 35th year.

    Mary Golde Howell, as Director of Beth Israel Pre-School, invited Lisa to teach “Dance and Movement” class to the 4 and 5 year-old classes. For 7 years, she was honored to teach these classes.

    Lisa Howell is an Associate of the Royal Academy of Dance, receiving Highly Commended on her Advanced Executant Examination and Distinction on her Royal Academy of Dance Teaching Examinations.

    In June 2023, she successfully completed training on The Royal Ballet School’s INSPIRE: Series 1, Seminars 1 - 6, which was offered during the USA IBC.

    Camp attire
    : Campers should wear a leotard or comfortable t-shirt/shorts with ballet shoes. Please bring a snack and a labeled water bottle each day.
     
    *Complete Their Week! For an additional $175 per week, your camper can join us for their grade-level Day Camp for the entire week. You can drop them off in the morning carpool, and we will get them to their Specialty Camp when it begins. You can pick them up when their camp is over, or in Day Camp carpool at 2:45 p.m. if their camp happens during the camp day. After Camp Care is available until 5:45 p.m. for an additional fee.
  • Ballet Camp: The Mice's Picnic - Pre-K4 - 2nd: July 15 – 18, 2024

    During this week, rising Pre-K4 through 12th grades students will rehearse and perform "The Mice's Picnic."
    The performance, for family and friends, is Friday July 19, 2024, from 12 - 12:35pm on the Lower School Stage.  
     
    When: Monday, July 15 – Thursday, July 18, 2024
    Time: 8:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m.
    Where: South Campus, Ballet Studio (Main Building)
    Eligible Grades: rising Pre-K4 – 2nd
    Cost: $375
    Instructor: Lisa Howell
    Instructor Bio: Lisa Howell graduated Magna Cum Laude from Birmingham-Southern College, where she received a Bachelor of Arts degree in Dance. Her Ballet and Character Dance teacher while studying at Birmingham-Southern College was Mira Popovich. By invitation of Ms. Popovich, Lisa taught Character Dance at the Summer Ballet Workshops at Birmingham-Southern for over a decade.

    Ms. Howell moved to Mississippi after accepting a teaching position with Jackson Ballet School, under the direction of Thalia Mara. The following year, Jackson Ballet became Ballet Mississippi. Charles Dickson was appointed Artistic Director of Ballet Mississippi. He named Ms. Howell, Principal of Ballet Mississippi School and Assistant Chairman of the Dance Department of APAC (the Academic and Performing Arts Program offered through Jackson Public Schools). She taught for Ballet Mississippi for ten years. During that time, along with Mr. Dickson, she had the privilege of learning from her colleagues, Alan A. Woodward and Gillian Davis.

    As a Ballet Mississippi school teacher, she began teaching ballet in the St. Andrew’s Lower School. She continues to enjoy this association and their support of her ballet program, now in its 35th year.

    Mary Golde Howell, as Director of Beth Israel Pre-School, invited Lisa to teach “Dance and Movement” class to the 4 and 5 year-old classes. For 7 years, she was honored to teach these classes.

    Lisa Howell is an Associate of the Royal Academy of Dance, receiving Highly Commended on her Advanced Executant Examination and Distinction on her Royal Academy of Dance Teaching Examinations.

    In June 2023, she successfully completed training on The Royal Ballet School’s INSPIRE: Series 1, Seminars 1 - 6, which was offered during the USA IBC.

    Camp attire
    : Campers should wear a leotard or comfortable t-shirt/shorts with ballet shoes. Please bring a snack and a labeled water bottle each day.
     
    *Complete Their Week! For an additional $175 per week, your camper can join us for their grade-level Day Camp for the entire week. You can drop them off in the morning carpool, and we will get them to their Specialty Camp when it begins. You can pick them up when their camp is over, or in Day Camp carpool at 2:45 p.m. if their camp happens during the camp day. After Camp Care is available until 5:45 p.m. for an additional fee.
  • Bricks 4 Kidz LEGO Jr. Engineering - June 24 - 27, 2024

    Bricks 4 Kidz LEGO Jr. Engineering “Under the Sea” Ocean Camp! 
    Rising Pre-K4 through third grade

    Dive into a journey under the sea...LEGO style! In our “Under the Sea” Jr. Engineer camp, students will learn about amazing sea creatures such as crabs, coral, manta rays and some of their favorites like clown fish and sea turtles. Each day will offer both creative expression and challenging LEGO model building experiences. Limited number of campers! Tuition includes individualized building instruction, daily craft projects and a LEGO mini figure or mini-model to take home at the end of the week. 

    When: Monday, June 24-Thursday, June 27, 2024
    Time: 8:30AM-11:30AM
    Where: South Campus, Location TBD
    Eligible Grades: Pre-K3 - 3rd
    Cost: $285
    Instructors: Lacey Fondren
    Instructor Bios:
    Hi! I'm Lacey Griffin Fondren, and I LOVE learning, building, creating and playing with LEGO bricks! I am the owner and director of Bricks 4 Kidz Lego Engineering and Robotics and Sew Fun Studios, MS! I have been a “creative maker" for most of my life, and I am proud to be part of the education and arts community providing educational enrichment classes for students weekly on school campuses and Summer camps in metro Jackson. Bricks 4 Kidz has an amazing team of teachers passionate about enriching the lives of students through teaching Lego engineering and robotics. Teaching innovation, engineering skills, creative expression using Lego bricks and state of the art technology is what we do best! This is my 10th year anniversary with Bricks 4 KIdz. I taught Kindergarten, First Grade and Art to students of all ages! My formal education (B.S.E. Elementary Education, B.S. Art – Painting/Ceramics, and M.Ed. Art Education) combined with my experience living and working in some of the most innovative, educationally advanced, artistic communities in the country solidified my lifelong pursuit of learning and commitment to teaching young people innovation using creative skills, engineering principles and technology. Living in Chicago, New York and Dallas gave me the opportunity to learn from world renown "makers" Starting Bricks 4 Kidz MS has proven to be one of my most proud accomplishments! Inspiring students to pursue a life of innovative, ongoing creative learning is a privilege and FUN! 

    *Complete Their Week! For an additional $175 per week, your camper can join us for their grade-level Day Camp for the entire week. You can drop them off in the morning carpool, and we will get them to their Specialty Camp when it begins. You can pick them up when their camp is over, or in Day Camp carpool at 2:45 p.m. if their camp happens during the camp day. After Camp Care is available until 5:45 p.m. for an additional fee.

    If you’re “Completing Their Week” by adding on a day camp for your camper, please be sure to pick the correct option:
    Firefly Camp is for campers entering Pre-K4
    Discovery Camp is for campers entering K and 1st
    Adventure Camp is for campers entering 2nd - 4th
    Explorer Camp is for campers entering 5th - 8th
  • Bricks 4 Kidz LEGO Engineering and WeDo Robotics - July 15 - 18, 2024

    Bricks 4 Kidz LEGO® Engineering and WeDo Robotics camp “World of Amusement”: 

    This camp will take you on a thrilling S.T.E.A.M. adventure! Enter the magical world of real science combined with LEGO engineering — amusement park style. Build amusement park rides and themed LEGO motorized models, including super-fast roller coasters, ferris wheels, tilt-a-whirls, bumper cars, and more. Get your amusement park ticket stamped as you turn games, food, rides, and attractions into exciting LEGO model builds and science experiments. Campers will take home a LEGO mini model and “maker” craft projects as camper created memorabilia — a bag full of AWESOME! 

    When: Monday, July 15-Thursday, July 18, 2024
    Time: 8:30AM-11:30AM
    Where: South Campus, Location TBD
    Eligible Grades: 1st - 5th
    Cost: $275
    Instructors: Lacey Fondren
    Instructor Bios:
    Hi! I'm Lacey Griffin Fondren, and I LOVE learning, building, creating and playing with LEGO bricks! I am the owner and director of Bricks 4 Kidz Lego Engineering and Robotics and Sew Fun Studios, MS! I have been a “creative maker" for most of my life, and I am proud to be part of the education and arts community providing educational enrichment classes for students weekly on school campuses and Summer camps in metro Jackson. Bricks 4 Kidz has an amazing team of teachers passionate about enriching the lives of students through teaching Lego engineering and robotics. Teaching innovation, engineering skills, creative expression using Lego bricks and state of the art technology is what we do best! This is my 10th year anniversary with Bricks 4 KIdz. I taught Kindergarten, First Grade and Art to students of all ages! My formal education (B.S.E. Elementary Education, B.S. Art – Painting/Ceramics, and M.Ed. Art Education) combined with my experience living and working in some of the most innovative, educationally advanced, artistic communities in the country solidified my lifelong pursuit of learning and commitment to teaching young people innovation using creative skills, engineering principles and technology. Living in Chicago, New York and Dallas gave me the opportunity to learn from world renown "makers" Starting Bricks 4 Kidz MS has proven to be one of my most proud accomplishments! Inspiring students to pursue a life of innovative, ongoing creative learning is a privilege and FUN! 

    *Complete Their Week! For an additional $175 per week, your camper can join us for their grade-level Day Camp for the entire week. You can drop them off in the morning carpool, and we will get them to their Specialty Camp when it begins. You can pick them up when their camp is over, or in Day Camp carpool at 2:45 p.m. if their camp happens during the camp day. After Camp Care is available until 5:45 p.m. for an additional fee.

    If you’re “Completing Their Week” by adding on a day camp for your camper, please be sure to pick the correct option:
    Firefly Camp is for campers entering Pre-K4
    Discovery Camp is for campers entering K and 1st
    Adventure Camp is for campers entering 2nd - 4th
    Explorer Camp is for campers entering 5th - 8th
  • Calling All Fangirls!: June 3 - 5 or July 1 - 3, 2024

    Are you ready for it? Join us for an enchanted journey into a world inspired by the eras of our favorite mega pop star! Chase your wildest dreams in this super fun adventure where you can dance, sing, shake, and create like never before. You can style cool friendship bracelets while singing along to your favorite tunes in a special karaoke session, and even star in your very own concert! From bejeweled creations to awesome activities, this camp is all about having a blast while learning cool stuff like making new friends, being creative, and expressing yourself.


    When: Monday, June 3 - Wednesday, June 5 or Monday, July 1 - Wednesday, July 3
    Time: 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM (June session)
               
    8:30 AM - 11:30 AM (July session)
    Where: South Campus, Location TBD
    Eligible Grades: 1st - 4th grade
    Cost: $300
    Instructor: Tammy Rubinsky
    Instructor's Bio:
    Tammy Rubinsky has been a dedicated member of the St. Andrew's community for the past seven years. Her journey here has been filled with joy, creativity, and a profound passion for nurturing young minds. Whether it's crafting, decorating cakes, or baking cookies, she finds immense joy in being creative and expressive alongside our little learners. Within the ECC and lower school settings, she has discovered boundless opportunities to engage with students, creating a warm and supportive atmosphere where children feel encouraged to explore, learn, and grow. Beyond her professional endeavors, she is a proud mother of three wonderful daughters. Her home has always been a hub of activity, where parties, sleepovers, and celebrations abound. From fabulous decorating to creative cooking, setting up unique games to arts and crafts, every occasion is an opportunity to spread joy and create cherished memories with her children and their friends. She is excited to continue sharing her passions and experiences with the St. Andrew's community. Tammy hopes your child will join her to embrace the beauty of imagination and play through her two summer camps: "Calling all Fangirls" and "Magical Mermaid Adventures."

    *Complete Their Week! For an additional $175 per week, your camper can join us for their grade-level Day Camp for the entire week. You can drop them off in the morning carpool, and we will get them to their Specialty Camp when it begins. You can pick them up when their camp is over, or in Day Camp carpool at 2:45 p.m. if their camp happens during the camp day. After Camp Care is available until 5:45 p.m. for an additional fee.
  • Cathedral Children's Choir Camp: June 3 - 6, 2024

    The Cathedral Children's Choir is open to any rising first - fourth grade student, regardless of religious affiliation or which school they attend. During this week, these choristers will learn music to sing an Evensong service at the Cathedral on Thursday evening with the Cathedral's adult musicians. Choristers will also compose their own song to record and share, do crafts, and play games.
     
    When: Monday, June 3 – Thursday, June 6, 2024
    Time: 8:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m.
    Where: South Campus, location TBD
    Eligible Grades: 1st - 4th
    Cost: $0
    Instructor: Jessica Nelson
    Instructor Bio: Jessica Nelson is a native Mississippian with degrees in music and liturgy from Millsaps College and Seabury-Western Theological Seminary, as well as the Colleague Certificate from the American Guild of Organists. She has been organist/choirmaster of St. Andrew’s Episcopal Cathedral since 2017 and directed the Mississippi Conference on Church Music and Liturgy from 2014-2022. In 2015, she was appointed by Presiding Bishop Michael Curry to a 6 year term on the Standing Commission on Liturgy and Music of the Episcopal Church and currently serves on the board of the Association of Anglican Musicians, the professional organization for musicians serving Episcopal churches in the United States. She is the editor of Church Publishing, Inc.’s Ponder Anew: Conversations in 20th Century Church Music, (2022) a collection of essays, interviews, and sermons focused on the changing landscape of the Church and its music.

    Wear comfortable athletic clothes and shoes. Bring a snack and a labeled water bottle.
     
    *Complete Their Week! For an additional $175 per week, your camper can join us for their grade-level Day Camp for the entire week. You can drop them off in the morning carpool, and we will get them to their Specialty Camp when it begins. You can pick them up when their camp is over, or in Day Camp carpool at 2:45 p.m. if their camp happens during the camp day. After Camp Care is available until 5:45 p.m. for an additional fee.
  • Mindful Moves Chess Club: July 15 - 18, 2024

    This camp is not in any way intended to compete or conflict with the Active Learning Chess Camp during Week 4 (June 24 - 27)! 

    Mindful Moves Chess Club: Join us for a few fun days at the Saints Summer Experience.

    It’s open to players who are brand new to the game, and to those who have been playing for a while. We’ll form small groups based on experience and learn all about the game, techniques, play styles, tactics and strategies. We will get lots of game play time in. And most importantly, we’ll have fun! Come and find your people and make some mindful moves! 

    When: Monday, July 15 - Thursday, July 18
    Time: 1:00PM - 3:00PM
    Where: South Campus, Location TBD
    Eligible Grades: 1st - 4th
    Cost: $250
    Instructor: Jay Losset
    Instructor's Bio:
    Jay Losset has been the Auxiliaries Director at St. Andrew’s since 2014. In the ensuing decade he has grown the school’s auxiliary programs into a powerhouse of fun, exciting options for kids and families at St. Andrew’s and in the wider community. He started playing chess in elementary school many years ago and still enjoys a friendly game. 

    *Complete Their Week! For an additional $175 per week, your camper can join us for their grade-level Day Camp for the entire week. You can drop them off in the morning carpool, and we will get them to their Specialty Camp when it begins. You can pick them up when their camp is over, or in Day Camp carpool at 2:45 p.m. if their camp happens during the camp day. After Camp Care is available until 5:45 p.m. for an additional fee.

    If you’re “Completing Their Week” by adding on a day camp for your camper, please be sure to pick the correct option:
    Firefly Camp is for campers entering Pre-K4
    Discovery Camp is for campers entering K and 1st
    Adventure Camp is for campers entering 2nd - 4th
    Explorer Camp is for campers entering 5th - 8th
  • Christmas in July: July 15 - 18, 2024

    Why not have the most wonderful time of the year more than once? Join us during the hottest days of summer for a week of creating and celebrating Christmas alongside friends new and old. “Elves” at Camp Christmas will explore printmaking and make holiday wrapping paper and personalized stationery sets and gift cards. We'll use watercolors, tempera paints, crayons, oil pastels, colored pencils, and papers of various colors, sizes, and textures. Campers will have fun getting their hands dirty with clay and mod podge all the while designing, decorating and making a variety of handmade ornaments. We’ll have a Christmas Carol-oke (karaoke) and dance party, build Christmas trees out of LEGOS (an ornament project that will be included in the collection of take-home projects), play lively reindeer games, make a summer snowman and build gingerbread beach houses! The colors for Camp Christmas are red and Green, Campers are encouraged to wear festive attire each day, but this is certainly not required. Reindeer antlers and other holiday accessories are absolutely Fitting and fine!

    When: Monday, July 15 - Thursday, July 18, 2024
    Time: 8:30 AM-11:30 AM
    Where: South Campus, Location TBD
    Eligible Grades: K-4th grade
    Cost: $325
    Instructors: Honey May & Robyn Touchstone
    Instructors' Bios: 
    Honey May and Robyn Touchstone have been teaching for over 20+ years and have a tremendous love for children and creating.

    *Complete Their Week! For an additional $175 per week, your camper can join us for their grade-level Day Camp for the entire week. You can drop them off in the morning carpool, and we will get them to their Specialty Camp when it begins. You can pick them up when their camp is over, or in Day Camp carpool at 2:45 p.m. if their camp happens during the camp day. After Camp Care is available until 5:45 p.m. for an additional fee.


  • Chess (Active Learning Camps): June 24 – 27, 2024

    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 a trophy, chess set and much more. 
     
    When: Monday, June 24 – Thursday, June 27, 2024
    Time: Morning, Afternoon, & Full-Day options
    Where: South Campus, location TBD
    Eligible Grades: rising Kindergarten – 9th
    Cost: $varies
    Instructor: Helen Jamison and other Active Learning Camps instructors
    NOTE: Registration must take place directly with USA Chess/Active Learning Camps — NOT through St. Andrew’s Episcopal School. For specific information and registration, please visit: http://www.activelearningcamps.com or call 469-226-6781. 
     
    All equipment will be provided. Wear comfortable athletic clothes and shoes. Bring a snack and a labeled water bottle. Bring a lunch for all-day camps. 
  • Doll and Me Camp: June 17-20, 2024

    Doll and Me Camp--Where we’ll laugh, dream, and create with all our favorite dolls. ️

    Children of all ages love American Girl and enjoy creating worlds of miniature accessories for their dolls. In our American Girl & 18” Doll camp, children will have the chance to share their love for dolls and collaborate with friends who have the same enthusiasm. Campers will design and create new outfits and accessories for their dolls, play games, and perform many artistic vignettes. Dolls are always included and love to be part of everything we do. The week will include a fashion show, dance party, and even a faux slumber party…you’ll need to wear your Pj’s to camp that day!

    Our week of living a doll's life will culminate with a fancy and fabulous Dolly and Me Tea Party. We'll design and create tablescapes, practice properly setting a table, and of course, tea etiquette. Pinkie fingers up or down?

    All the qualities you love about American Girl… confidence, kindness, and the inspiration to be your best, you’ll find at Doll and Me Camp 2024!

    Don’t have an American Girl Doll? Any 18” doll is perfect OR we will have a variety of dolls and options available for each day of the camp.
    The American Girl Doll size is 18 inches. A My Life Doll measures 18” as well (from Walmart). Our Generation Dolls from Target are also the same size.

    Did you know…. Educator, entrepreneur and philanthropist, Pleasant T. Rowland is the creative genius and founder of both American Girl Dolls AND our beloved SuperKids reading curriculum in K? She’s also noted for The Rowland Reading Foundation, a nonprofit dedicated to helping children develop a love of reading.

    When: Monday, June 17-Thursday, June 20
    Time: 8:30 AM-11:30 AM
    Where: South Campus, Location TBD
    Eligible Grades: K-4th grade
    Cost: $325
    Instructors: Honey May & Robyn Touchstone
    Instructors' Bios:
    Honey May and Robyn Touchstone have been teaching over 20+ years and have a tremendous love for children and creating.
     
    *Complete Their Week! For an additional $175 per week, your camper can join us for their grade-level Day Camp for the entire week. You can drop them off in the morning carpool, and we will get them to their Specialty Camp when it begins. You can pick them up when their camp is over, or in Day Camp carpool at 2:45 p.m. if their camp happens during the camp day. After Camp Care is available until 5:45 p.m. for an additional fee.


  • First Tee Golf Camp: July 1 - 3, 2024

    This interactive camp will introduce and teach the game of golf through active learning experiences. These experiences will help build inner strength, self-confidence, and enthusiasm for the sport, while encouraging and supporting the development of positive game-changing behaviors in a fun and meaningful way. 

    When: Monday, July 1 - Wednesday, July 3, 2024
    Time: 8:30 AM-11:30 AM
    Where: South Campus, Location TBD
    Eligible Grades: K-8th grade
    Cost: $275
    Instructor: Starlia Skinner
    Instructor's Bios:
    Starlia Skinner has been playing golf for over 20 years. She has a passion for teaching kids new skills and the game of golf. She has been with the First Tee network for seven years and loves everything about First Tee and the opportunities it gives to participants. 

    *Complete Their Week! For an additional $175 per week, your camper can join us for their grade-level Day Camp for the entire week. You can drop them off in the morning carpool, and we will get them to their Specialty Camp when it begins. You can pick them up when their camp is over, or in Day Camp carpool at 2:45 p.m. if their camp happens during the camp day. After Camp Care is available until 5:45 p.m. for an additional fee.
  • Fun With Food: June 4-6, June 11-13, July 1-3, July 16-18, or July 23-25, 2024

    One thing we know is that kids love fun foods! Join us as we enjoy a fun hands-on activity, and expand your taste buds by creating healthy, delicious, FUN recipes! If you have a picky eater, sometimes the way to their stomach is by cute kid-approved foods. Or, perhaps you are trying to get additional veggies into your child's meal, it may be sneaky, but it is totally doable in a cute snack! We will be chopping, blending, peeling, tasting and enjoying with friends! This is one instance when it’s totally acceptable to have Fun with Food! Grab your aprons, and let’s get cooking!

    When - Five sessions to choose from:
    Tuesday, June 4-Thursday, June 6
    Tuesday, June 11-Thursday, June 13
    Monday, July 1-Wednesday, July 3
    Tuesday, July 16-Thursday, July 18
    Tuesday, July 23-Thursday July 25

    Time: 8:30 AM-11:30 AM
    Where: South Campus, Hatchery
    Eligible Grades: K-4th grade
    Cost: $330
    Instructor: Liza Ambriz
    Instructor's Bio:
    Liza Ambriz is currently the St. Andrew's 5th grade Spanish teacher. She has previously been a substitute teacher at St. Andrew's for PK3-12th grade for several years. She loves working with kids and is passionate about teaching kids the skills to become chefs in their own homes! Her instruction style is engaging and empowering. She brings passion and joy to what she does!!

    *Complete Their Week! For an additional $175 per week, your camper can join us for their grade-level Day Camp for the entire week. You can drop them off in the morning carpool, and we will get them to their Specialty Camp when it begins. You can pick them up when their camp is over, or in Day Camp carpool at 2:45 p.m. if their camp happens during the camp day. After Camp Care is available until 5:45 p.m. for an additional fee.
  • Glow Girls Camp: June 10-13, 2024 or July 8-11, 2024

    Glow Girls Summer Spa Camp is an "inner beauty and outer glitzy" spa camp designed to inspire both self-care and self confidence while nurturing mind, body and soul! I will demonstrate, explain and teach your child how to break through the stress, boredom and technology fatigue with self-care rituals designed just for young girls such as spa games, self-reflection art, meditation, spa crafts such as bath bombs, natural soaps, hand scrub, lip gloss, aromatherapy neck wrap and more! We will indulge in mini manis and pedis and smoothie making too! This is a SUPER FUN and fantastically fulfilling week

    When: Monday, June 10 -Thursday, June 13 and/or Monday, July 8-Thursday, July 11
    Time: 1:00 PM-4:00 PM
    Where: South Campus, Location TBD
    Eligible Grades: 2nd-4th grade
    Cost: $375
    Instructor: Patty Wolf
    Instructor's Bio:
    Patty Wolf is currently an Instructional Assistant in Kindergarten. She has been employed as a faculty member at St. Andrew's since 2009. Prior to that Ms. Wolf was a fitness coach and instructor at the YMCA as well as on a private basis. She is certified in mindfulness meditation for children and has worked with local community groups and schools sharing her practice for over 10 years. She enjoys crafting, cooking and art. Her favorite pastime is spending time with her 5-yr-old granddaughter.

    *Complete Their Week! For an additional $175 per week, your camper can join us for their grade-level Day Camp for the entire week. You can drop them off in the morning carpool, and we will get them to their Specialty Camp when it begins. You can pick them up when their camp is over, or in Day Camp carpool at 2:45 p.m. if their camp happens during the camp day. After Camp Care is available until 5:45 p.m. for an additional fee.
  • Intro to Photography: Monday, July 8 - Thursday, July 11, 2024

    In this class, students will learn the basics of both digital and film photography. We will discuss composition, lighting, film processing, darkroom practices, and features of digital cameras. All equipment will be provided and students will have a finished work to bring home at the end of the week.

    When: Monday, July 8-Thursday, July 11, 2024
    Time: 1:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.
    Where: South Campus, Location TBD
    Eligible Grades: 2nd-4th grade
    Cost: $375
    Instructors: Jackie Losset

    *Complete Their Week! For an additional $175 per week, your camper can join us for their grade-level Day Camp for the entire week. You can drop them off in the morning carpool, and we will get them to their Specialty Camp when it begins. You can pick them up when their camp is over, or in Day Camp carpool at 2:45 p.m. if their camp happens during the camp day. After Camp Care is available until 5:45 p.m. for an additional fee.
  • JAM Summer Tumbling Camp: June 10-13, 2024 or July 15-18, 2024

    Join us for an exciting tumbling/gymnastics camp at St. Andrew’s this summer! Campers of all experience levels in grades pre-K4 through 4th are welcome. Tumblers will be placed in groups based on experience and ability, where they will learn new skills and refine techniques of body control and flexibility.

    When: Monday, June 10-Thursday, June 13 or Monday, July 15-Thursday, July 18
    Time: 9:30 AM- 11:30 AM
    Where: South Campus, Hatchery
    Eligible Grades: PK4-4th grade
    Cost: $275
    Instructor: Tiffany Snell
    Instructor's Bio:
    Tiffany Snell has coached gymnastics and tumbling for many years. She is looking forward to another fun summer with your child!

    Wear comfortable clothes and shoes. Bring a snack and a labeled water bottle.


    *Complete Their Week! For an additional $175 per week, your camper can join us for their grade-level Day Camp for the entire week. You can drop them off in the morning carpool, and we will get them to their Specialty Camp when it begins. You can pick them up when their camp is over, or in Day Camp carpool at 2:45 p.m. if their camp happens during the camp day. After Camp Care is available until 5:45 p.m. for an additional fee.


  • Jewelry Making For ALL--PK4-1st grade: June 3-6, 2024

    Does your child love to make jewelry out of anything they can find? Pins, necklaces, bracelets, necklaces, rings, hair clips, and more! If this sounds like something your child would be interested in learning more about and making, this is the class for them! This class is open to all rising Pre-K4 to 1st grade students. It will be a fun and interactive class to learn how to make jewelry. We will be using a variety of materials and learning about different artists along the way. Students will work individually on projects while helping one another along the way. It will be an inclusive loving space for all students and will work to create beautiful pieces. If you have any questions feel free to email her at clarksa@gosaints.org!

    When: Monday, June 3 - Thursday, June 6
    Time: 2:30 - 4:30
    Where: South Campus, Maker Space
    Eligible Grades: PK4 - 1st grade
    Cost: $315
    Instructor: Sara Clark
    Instructor's Bio:
    Sara Clark is the Lower School Librarian for both ECC and LS. She has been at St.Andrew's for three years. She loves reading books, crafting, spending time with family, journaling, traveling and more. Usually in the evenings, you can find her either with a good book or crafting. During the pandemic, she started a business making clay jewelry and found a lot of joy in it. She would love to share her joy of jewelry and crafting with your child. 

    *Complete Their Week! For an additional $175 per week, your camper can join us for their grade-level Day Camp for the entire week. You can drop them off in the morning carpool, and we will get them to their Specialty Camp when it begins. You can pick them up when their camp is over, or in Day Camp carpool at 2:45 p.m. if their camp happens during the camp day. After Camp Care is available until 5:45 p.m. for an additional fee.
  • Jewelry Making for ALL--2nd-4th grade: June 10-13, 2024

    Does your child love to make jewelry out of anything they can find? Pins, necklaces, bracelets, necklaces, rings, hair clips, and more! If this sounds like something your child would be interested in learning more about and making, this is the class for them! This class is open to all rising 2nd-4th grade students. It will be a fun and interactive class to learn how to make jewelry. We will be using a variety of materials and learning about different artists along the way. Students will work individually on projects while helping one another along the way. It will be an inclusive loving space for all students and will work to create beautiful pieces. If you have any questions feel free to email her at clarksa@gosaints.org!

    When: Monday, June 10 - Thursday, June 13
    Time: 2:30 - 4:30
    Where: South Campus, Maker Space
    Eligible Grades: 2nd -4th grade
    Cost: $315
    Instructor: Sara Clark
    Instructor's Bio:
    Sara Clark is the Lower School Librarian for both ECC and LS. She has been at St.Andrew's for three years. She loves reading books, crafting, spending time with family, journaling, traveling and more. Usually in the evenings, you can find her either with a good book or crafting. During the pandemic, she started a business making clay jewelry and found a lot of joy in it. She would love to share her joy of jewelry and crafting with your child. 

    *Complete Their Week! For an additional $175 per week, your camper can join us for their grade-level Day Camp for the entire week. You can drop them off in the morning carpool, and we will get them to their Specialty Camp when it begins. You can pick them up when their camp is over, or in Day Camp carpool at 2:45 p.m. if their camp happens during the camp day. After Camp Care is available until 5:45 p.m. for an additional fee.
  • Karate and Self Defense (1st-4th grade): June 17-20 or July 8-11, 2024

    Students will acquire karate and self-defense skills, as well as improve stamina and flexibility and develop positive character traits including self-discipline, motivation, and persistence.

    When: Monday, June 17 - Thursday, June 20 or Monday July 8 - Thursday July 11, 2024
    Time: 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM
    Where: South Campus, Location TBD
    Eligible Grades: 1st-4th grades
    Cost: $175
    Instructor: Gregory Slusarczyk
    Instructor's Bio:
    Gregory Slusarczyk has more than 28 years of experience teaching martial arts. He holds a 4th-degree black belt in Kyokushin Karate. 

    *Complete Their Week! For an additional $275 per week, your camper can join us for their grade-level Day Camp for the entire week. You can drop them off in the morning carpool, and we will get them to their Specialty Camp when it begins. You can pick them up when their camp is over, or in Day Camp carpool at 2:45 p.m. if their camp happens during the camp day. After Camp Care is available until 5:45 p.m. for an additional fee.
  • Karate and Self Defense (5th-8th grade): June 17-20 or July 8-11, 2024

    Students will acquire karate and self-defense skills, as well as improve stamina and flexibility, and develop positive character traits including self-discipline, motivation, and persistence.

    When: Monday, June 17 - Thursday, June 20 or Monday July 8 - Thursday July 11, 2024
    Time: 3:30 PM - 4:30 PM
    Where: South Campus, Location TBD
    Eligible Grades: 5th-8th grade
    Cost: $175
    Instructor: Gregory Slusarczyk
    Instructor's Bio:
    Gregory Slusarczyk has more than 28 years of experience teaching martial arts. He holds a 4th-degree black belt in Kyokushin Karate. 

    *Complete Their Week! For an additional $275 per week, your camper can join us for Explorer Camp for the entire week. You can drop them off in the morning, and we will get them to their camp when it begins.
  • Let's Get Healthy! Cooking and Learning!: June 24-June 27, 2024

    How can we support our growing bodies? In this camp focused on health, we will spend our week focused on healthy habits. Each day we will measure, mix, and make a healthy snack. We will use our artistic abilities to create something (ex. painting water bottles) to support our healthy habits. We will also burn some energy learning about different physical disciplines like aerobics, pilates, yoga, and kickboxing. These exercises will be a great foray into studying just exactly how the body works and why, for example, our heart beats faster when we are doing cardiovascular work. Our bodies are amazing machines and we will learn the many ins and outs through literature. Working our heart /brain physically and figuratively. We will conclude each class by discussing our many emotions and feelings. Learning to be the best ME you can be!!

    When: Monday, June 24 - Thursday, June 27
    Time: 8:30 AM - 11:30 AM
    Where: South Campus, Location TBD
    Eligible Grades: PK4-1st grade
    Cost: $420
    Instructor: Taylor Davis
    Instructor Bio: 
    Taylor Davis has been teaching for almost 20 years. She believes strongly that healthy habits support the best lifestyle. She knows that on days when she focuses on her physical and mental health she is a happier human being. Please sign your kiddo up for this fun week of active learning!

    *Complete Their Week! For an additional $175 per week, your camper can join us for their grade-level Day Camp for the entire week. You can drop them off in the morning carpool, and we will get them to their Specialty Camp when it begins. You can pick them up when their camp is over, or in Day Camp carpool at 2:45 p.m. if their camp happens during the camp day. After Camp Care is available until 5:45 p.m. for an additional fee.
  • Little Pieces, Big Picture: A Mosaic Workshop: July 1 - 3, 2024

    Embark on a colorful journey into the world of mosaic art in this three-day mosaic making class. Dive into the vibrant world of shapes, colors, and patterns in a hands-on adventure tailored to foster creativity, practice fine motor skills, and introduce the magical process of creating something beautiful from tiny pieces. All materials will be provided. 

    When: Monday, July 1 - Wednesday, July 3, 2024
    Time: 1:00PM - 3:00PM
    Where: South Campus, Location TBD
    Eligible Grades: Pre-K4 - 1st
    Cost: $275
    Instructor: Jackie Losset
    Instructor Bio:
    Jackie Losset is an avid crafter with a degree in Fine Art from Belhaven University and over 25 years of experience in graphic design and photography. She has been involved with the visual design of St. Andrew's Auxiliary Programs for the past eight years. 

    *Complete Their Week! For an additional $175 per week, your camper can join us for their grade-level Day Camp for the entire week. You can drop them off in the morning carpool, and we will get them to their Specialty Camp when it begins. You can pick them up when their camp is over, or in Day Camp carpool at 2:45 p.m. if their camp happens during the camp day. After Camp Care is available until 5:45 p.m. for an additional fee.

    If you’re “Completing Their Week” by adding on a day camp for your camper, please be sure to pick the correct option:
    Firefly Camp is for campers entering Pre-K4
    Discovery Camp is for campers entering K and 1st
    Adventure Camp is for campers entering 2nd - 4th
    Explorer Camp is for campers entering 5th - 8th
  • Little Princess Spa Camp: June 10 -13, 2024 or July 8-11, 2024

    Little Princess Spa Camp is all about letting little girls unleash their inner sparkle! From glitzy manis to rainbow pedis, cucumber gellies to unicorn painting, it will be a week of wonder! Friendship bracelets and sparkle jars, glitter tattoos and magic lip balm and don't forget about the strawberry lemonade bubbly! Your little princess will be primped and pampered and have a BLAST! All supplies are included. Wear comfortable clothes, bring a snack and a water bottle. 

    When: Monday, June 10 - Thursday, June 13 or Monday, July 8 - Thursday, July 11
    Time: 8:30 AM - 11:30 AM
    Where: South Campus, Location TBD
    Eligible Grades: PK4-1st grade
    Cost: $375
    Instructor: Patty Wolf
    Instructor's Bio: 
    Patty Wolf is currently an Instructional Assistant in Kindergarten. She has been employed as a faculty member at St. Andrew's since 2009. Prior to that Ms. Wolf was a fitness coach and instructor at the YMCA as well as on a private basis. She is certified in mindfulness meditation for children and has worked with local community groups and schools sharing her practice for over 10 years. She enjoys crafting, cooking and art. Her favorite pastime is spending time with her 5-yr-old granddaughter.

    *Complete Their Week! For an additional $175 per week, your camper can join us for their grade-level Day Camp for the entire week. You can drop them off in the morning carpool, and we will get them to their Specialty Camp when it begins. You can pick them up when their camp is over, or in Day Camp carpool at 2:45 p.m. if their camp happens during the camp day. After Camp Care is available until 5:45 p.m. for an additional fee.
  • Make It - Gift It!: July 8-11 or July 15-18, 2024

    Give your child the opportunity to make their own gifts for the special people in their lives.... friends, siblings, parents, or grandparents! This class will give your child the supplies and instructions to make beautiful gifts for the people they care about. Some of these gifts will be monogrammed key chains, hand-stamped note cards, candle votives, shower melts, photo holders, succulent planters, and travel board games! They will take home these beautiful gifts along with supplies to wrap them!

    When: Monday, July 8 - Thursday, July 11 OR Monday July 15 - Thursday July 18 
    Time: 9:00 AM - 11:30 AM
    Where: South Campus, Location TBD
    Eligible Grades: 1st-5th grades
    Cost: $350
    Instructors: Kim Sewell
    Instructor's Bio:
    Kim Sewell is an avid lover of wonder and curiosity. She finds her greatest joy in opening opportunities for the youngest learners to discover the world around them. She doesn't consider herself a 'teacher' but a facilitator of wonder and awe that this world around us gives. She has been a kindergarten and Pre -K4 'teacher' for 8 years at St. Andrew's.

    *Complete Their Week! For an additional $175 per week, your camper can join us for their grade-level Day Camp for the entire week. You can drop them off in the morning carpool, and we will get them to their Specialty Camp when it begins. You can pick them up when their camp is over, or in Day Camp carpool at 2:45 p.m. if their camp happens during the camp day. After Camp Care is available until 5:45 p.m. for an additional fee.
  • Magical Mermaid Adventures: June 17-June 20, 2024

    Calling all sparkly mermaids! Get ready to set sail on a sea of enchantment with our Mermaid Adventures — a delightful experience tailor-made for your young explorers. Your little mermaids will immerse themselves in a magical world where the magic of mermaids comes to life.  Our carefully crafted camp is designed to spark creativity, encourage friendship, and let the underwater wonders unfold. Our whimsical mermaid adventures include crafting beautiful mermaid tails with vibrant colors and sparkles, igniting the creativity within each child.  The camp is filled with interactive sensory play, allowing your little ones to touch, feel, and explore the wonders of mermaid life!  Our precious mermaids will be swept away in mermaid-themed storytelling, complete with dress-up fun to make every tale an unforgettable adventure. We will explore a  blend of creativity,  activities, storytelling, crafts, imaginative play, and hands-on activities designed to transport little ones into a realm of fantasy. The Mermaid Class isn't just a learning experience; it's a journey where children express their creativity, develop friendships, and dance into the rhythm of the underwater world. With a promise to bring smiles and giggles to our little ocean enthusiasts.  Limited Spots Available – Reserve Your Mermaid's Spot Today

    When: Monday, June 17 - Thursday, June 20
    Time: 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM
    Where: South Campus, Location TBD
    Eligible Grades: PK4 & K
    Cost: $350
    Instructor: Tammy Rubinsky
    Instructor's Bio:
    Tammy Rubinsky has been a dedicated member of the St. Andrew's community for the past seven years. Her journey here has been filled with joy, creativity, and a profound passion for nurturing young minds. Whether it's crafting, decorating cakes, or baking cookies, she finds immense joy in being creative and expressive alongside our little learners. Within the ECC and lower school settings, she has discovered boundless opportunities to engage with students, creating a warm and supportive atmosphere where children feel encouraged to explore, learn, and grow. Beyond her professional endeavors, she is a proud mother of three wonderful daughters. Her home has always been a hub of activity, where parties, sleepovers, and celebrations abound. From fabulous decorating to creative cooking, setting up unique games to arts and crafts, every occasion is an opportunity to spread joy and create cherished memories with her children and their friends. She is excited to continue sharing her passions and experiences with the St. Andrew's community. Tammy hopes your child will join her to embrace the beauty of imagination and play through her two summer camps: "Calling all Fangirls" and "Magical Mermaid Adventures".  

    *Complete Their Week! For an additional $175 per week, your camper can join us for their grade-level Day Camp for the entire week. You can drop them off in the morning carpool, and we will get them to their Specialty Camp when it begins. You can pick them up when their camp is over, or in Day Camp carpool at 2:45 p.m. if their camp happens during the camp day. After Camp Care is available until 5:45 p.m. for an additional fee.
  • MAKE A PLAY: Triple Threat Performers, Lower School Edition: June 10-13, 2024 (NORTH CAMPUS)

    This camp has it all - Singing, dancing, and acting. Back by popular demand, rising 3rd through 5th grade students can make a play in one week. We plan and play on the first day then rehearse, create characters, dialogue, and story until Friday with a completely unique play. Last year we presented the story of “The Guinea Pig, The Bunny, The Dog, and the Cat” all created by the students. What story will we tell this year? That is up to the students in the camp. There will be a showcase for invited friends and families at the end of the camp. 

    When: Monday, June 10 - Thursday, June 13
    Time: 9:00 AM - 3:00 PM
    Where: North Campus, CPA
    Eligible Grades: 3rd grade - 5th grade
    Cost:  $375
    Instructors: David Kelly & Tyler Dennis
    Instructors' Bios:
    With 20+ combined years teaching youth theatre, music, and original works, Tyler Dennis and David Kelly are back to empower every kid on stage this summer. Ms. Dennis teaches music at ECC and Mr. Kelly is the Upper School Theatre Director. We support students having their own creative voice and developing their own authentic intelligence. 
  • MAKE A PLAY: Middle School Improvisation Edition: June 24-June 27, 2024 (NORTH CAMPUS)

    Through the art of improvisation, spontaneous creation, and audience interaction, middle school students will experience the joy of live performance. Playing and learning improvisation games and trying exercises to develop and focus spontaneity with long and short form improvisation, this camp supports the creation of character, relaxation on stage, storytelling, and the joy of middle school. There will be a showcase performance for invited friends and families on the last day of camp. 

    When: Monday, June 24 - Thursday, June 27
    Time: 9:00 AM - 3:00 PM
    Where: North Campus, CPA
    Eligible Grades: 5th grade - 8th grade
    Cost:  $375
    Instructors: David Kelly & Marie Venters
    Instructors' Bios:
    With 20+ combined years teaching youth theatre, music, and original works, Marie Venters and David Kelly are back to empower every kid on stage this summer. Ms. Venters teaches middle school Drama and Mr. Kelly is the Upper School Theatre Director. We support students having their own creative voice and developing their own authentic intelligence. 

  • MYSTERY THEATRE: Middle School Summer Production: July 15-19, 2024 and July 22-26 (NORTH CAMPUS)

    This two week camp produces a full play such as Sherlock Holmes or a classic murder mystery (title TBD based on enrollment). Day one students read the script and get cast in parts. They rehearse their characters for the remaining days until the final performance at the end of the camp with costumes, simple sets, lights, and sound effects. Students will participate in all aspects of the production. 

    When: Monday, July 15 - Friday, July 26
    Time: 9:00 AM - 3:00 PM
    Where: North Campus, CPA
    Eligible Grades: 5th grade - 9th grade
    Cost: $675
    Instructors: David Kelly & Marie Venters
    Instructor's Bio:
    With 20+ combined years teaching youth theatre, music, and original works, Marie Venters and David Kelly are back to empower every kid on stage this summer. Ms. Venters teaches middle school Drama and Mr. Kelly is the Upper School Theatre Director. We support students having their own creative voice and developing their own authentic intelligence. 
     
  • Manners Matter: July 15-17, 2024

    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. Camp concludes with a graduation dinner for campers only at Amerigo in Ridgeland on Wednesday night from 5:00 to 6:00 p.m.

    When: Monday, July 15 - Wednesday, July 17
    Time: 12:30 PM - 3:00 PM
    Where: South Campus, Location TBD
    Eligible Grades: PK4-4th grade
    Cost: $300
    Instructor: Carolyn Cloud

    *Complete Their Week! For an additional $175 per week, your camper can join us for their grade-level Day Camp for the entire week. You can drop them off in the morning carpool, and we will get them to their Specialty Camp when it begins. You can pick them up when their camp is over, or in Day Camp carpool at 2:45 p.m. if their camp happens during the camp day. After Camp Care is available until 5:45 p.m. for an additional fee.
  • Minecraft: Modding, Networking and Hosting (Active Learning Camps): June 24 – 27, 2024

    Minecraft is hugely popular because it is collaborative, open ended and mod-able. 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 connect to different worlds hosted on our secure server and experiment 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.
     
    Registration options include morning and afternoon sessions, and can be combined with Chess or Video Game Creation options.

    When: Monday, June 24 – Thursday, June 27, 2024
    Time: Morning, Afternoon, & Full-Day options
    Where: South Campus, location TBD
    Eligible Grades: rising 3rd – 8th
    Cost: $varies
    Instructor: Helen Jamison and other Active Learning Camps instructors
    NOTE: Registration must take place directly with USA Chess/Active Learning Camps — NOT through St. Andrew’s Episcopal School. For specific information and registration, please visit: activelearningcamps.com or call 469-226-6781. 
     
    All equipment will be provided. Wear comfortable athletic clothes and shoes. Bring a snack and a labeled water bottle. Bring a lunch for all-day camps. 



  • Mix, Bake, & Decorate!: June 3-6, 2024

    In this camp, young bakers will mix, bake, and decorate! Young bakers will spend each day prepping, baking, or finishing multiple homemade sweet and savory treats that they can taste and enjoy while also cultivating their culinary skills. By the end of the week, young bakers will have a collection of recipes and baked goods to bring home and share.

    When: Monday, June 3 - Thursday, June 6
    Time: 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM
    Where: South Campus, Location TBD
    Eligible Grades: 3rd - 8th grades
    Cost: $325
    Instructor: Meriwether Truckner
    Instructor's Bio: 
    Mrs. Truckner has been a teacher, summer camp director, and administrator at St. Andrew’s for the past 11 years, but she’s been baking cookies and cakes for friends and family for much longer than that! Mrs. Truckner believes that cooking is an opportunity to learn lifelong skills in a hands-on way. She loves spending time in the kitchen with her own children making sweet treats and recreating recipes from their favorite cooking shows. 

    *Complete Their Week! For an additional $175 per week, your camper can join us for their grade-level Day Camp for the entire week. You can drop them off in the morning carpool, and we will get them to their Specialty Camp when it begins. You can pick them up when their camp is over, or in Day Camp carpool at 2:45 p.m. if their camp happens during the camp day. After Camp Care is available until 5:45 p.m. for an additional fee.


  • Perler Bead Creations: June 4-6, 2024; June 11-13, 2024; July 1-3, 2024; July 16-18, 2024; July 23-25, 2024

    Discover the magic of Perler Beads! The possibilities are endless when we create with these fun, fusion beads! Small, plastic beads are placed onto a board, and, with the help of their teacher, we melt them together using an iron to make creative pixel patterns! In this fun and interactive class, students will make colorful and creative projects to take home with them! What can you make with these fusion beads? Just about anything! Key chains, pins, jewelry, magnets! Students can create patterns inspired by their favorite characters, such as Pokémon and Hello Kitty! Or they can create cute and fun designs, like a smiling boba tea or a swimming shark! There is no limit but your imagination! So bring your creative minds and join us as we play and create with Perler Beads!

    When - Five 3-day sessions to choose from:
    Tuesday, June 4 - Thursday, June 6
    Tuesday, June 11 - Thursday, June 13
    Monday, July 1 - Wednesday, July 3
    Tuesday, July 16 - Thursday, July 18
    Tuesday, July 23 - Thursday, July 25
    Time: 8:30 AM - 11: 30 AM
    Where: South Campus, Location TBD
    Eligible Grades: 1st-4th grades
    Cost: $340
    Instructor: Liza Caroline Ambriz
    Instructor's Bio:
    Liza Carolina is a studio artist who is in her final semester at MSU. She loves to teach and incite creativity to children and adults alike! Though she is primarily a ceramic artist, she has skills in many mediums of art! She encourages students to combine creativity with fun in a safe and inclusive space!

    *Complete Their Week! For an additional $175 per week, your camper can join us for their grade-level Day Camp for the entire week. You can drop them off in the morning carpool, and we will get them to their Specialty Camp when it begins. You can pick them up when their camp is over, or in Day Camp carpool at 2:45 p.m. if their camp happens during the camp day. After Camp Care is available until 5:45 p.m. for an additional fee.
  • Sew Fun Studios Camp - July 15 - 18, 2024

    Join Sew Fun Studios at St. Andrew’s for a four-day camp sewing all things SWEET using a sewing machine! Sew a giant, plush doughnut pillow, ice cream and cupcake themed projects, and more “sweet” creations using our trendy fabrics! Campers will learn to incorporate elements of art and principles of design while learning sewing machine skills needed to construct each sewing project. Your child will combine their artistic gifts/creativity with sewing skills to make a memorable week. Tuition includes all fabric, notions, supplies, and the use of a sewing machine. All ability levels welcome.

    When: Monday, July 15-Thursday, July 18, 2024
    Time: 1:00PM-4:00PM
    Where: South Campus, Location TBD
    Eligible Grades: 2nd - 6th grade
    Cost: $295
    Instructors: Jan Boteler and Sherry Hall and Lacey Fondren
    Instructors' Bios:
    I’m Lacey Griffin Fondren, owner of Sew Fun Studios MS and Bricks 4 Kidz Lego engineering MS! I have been a “creative maker" for most of my life! I am proud to part a part of the education and arts community providing educational enrichment classes for students weekly on school campuses in metro Jackson.. We teach the art of sewing and design using Sew Fun’s innovative, project-based, exclusive curriculum. Sew Fun MS has an amazing team of sewing teachers passionate about enriching the lives of students. Teaching young people to discover the joy of sewing as a lifelong skill and ongoing creative expression is what we strive to do each day. Come join our SEWING FUN! I've been teaching sewing for ten years in Sew Fun classes. I taught Kindergarten, First Grade and Art to students of all ages! My formal education (B.S.E. Elementary Education, B.S. Art – Painting/Ceramics, and M.Ed. Art Education) combined with my experience living and working in some of the most innovative, educationally advanced, artistic communities in the country solidified my lifelong pursuit of learning and commitment to teaching young people the love of “learning to sew”. Living in Chicago, New York and Dallas gave me the opportunity to learn from world renown textile designers, contemporary quilters, and fiber artists. Starting Sew Fun Studios MS has proven to be one of my most proud accomplishments! Inspiring students to pursue a life of creative learning is a privilege and SEW much FUN! 

    *Complete Their Week! For an additional $175 per week, your camper can join us for their grade-level Day Camp for the entire week. You can drop them off in the morning carpool, and we will get them to their Specialty Camp when it begins. You can pick them up when their camp is over, or in Day Camp carpool at 2:45 p.m. if their camp happens during the camp day. After Camp Care is available until 5:45 p.m. for an additional fee.

    If you’re “Completing Their Week” by adding on a day camp for your camper, please be sure to pick the correct option:
    Firefly Camp is for campers entering Pre-K4
    Discovery Camp is for campers entering K and 1st
    Adventure Camp is for campers entering 2nd - 4th
    Explorer Camp is for campers entering 5th - 8th
  • Skyhawks Mini-Hawk Multi-Sport Camp: July 22-25, 2024

    This multi-sport program was developed to give children a positive first step into athletics. Sports are taught in a safe, structured environment filled with encouragement and fun. Through exciting games and activities, campers explore balance, hand/eye coordination and skill development at their own pace. Participants should bring a water bottle, sunscreen and wear appropriate athletic attire. Every child receives a ball and Skyhawks t-shirt.

    When: Monday, July 22 - Thursday, July 25
    Time: 8:30 AM - 11:30 AM
    Where: South Campus, May Day Field
    Eligible Grades: PK4-1st grade
    Cost: 
    $195
    Coach: Paul Van
    Coach Bio: Owner/Operator Coach Van has been teaching and coaching for over 30 years. The former Millsaps College Soccer Coach has a Master’s Degree in Education and is certified to teach in Mississippi. He also holds both a National Youth Diploma and an Advanced National Diploma from the National Soccer Coaches Association of America. He is a double goal coach thru the Positive Coaching Alliance and a certified coach with USA Football (the American kind).

    Please wear comfortable clothes and shoes. Bring a snack and a labeled water bottle.
     
    *Complete Their Week! For an additional $175 per week, your camper can join us for their grade-level Day Camp for the entire week. You can drop them off in the morning carpool, and we will get them to their Specialty Camp when it begins. After Care is available until 5:45pm for an additional charge.
  • Skyhawks Sports Flag Football: July 1-3, 2024

    Experience the excitement of football with Skyhawks Flag Football Fueled by USA Football. Using a curriculum developed by the experts from USA Football, coaches will teach skills like passing, receiving, kicking and flag pulling. Participants will gain confidence and learn important life lessons in a fun, positive environment. Participants should bring a water bottle, sunscreen and wear appropriate athletic attire. Every child receives a football and Skyhawks t-shirt.

    When: 
    Monday, July 1 - Wednesday, July 3
    Time: 8:30 AM - 11:30 AM
    Where: South Campus, May Day Field
    Eligible Grades: 1st-4th grades
    Cost: 
    $145
    Coach: Paul Van
    Coach Bio: Owner/Operator Coach Van has been teaching and coaching for over 30 years. The former Millsaps College Soccer Coach has a Master’s Degree in Education and is certified to teach in Mississippi. He also holds both a National Youth Diploma and an Advanced National Diploma from the National Soccer Coaches Association of America. He is a double goal coach thru the Positive Coaching Alliance and a certified coach with USA Football (the American kind).

    Please wear comfortable clothes and shoes. Bring a snack and a labeled water bottle.
     
    *Complete Their Week! For an additional $175 per week, your camper can join us for their grade-level Day Camp for the entire week. You can drop them off in the morning carpool, and we will get them to their Specialty Camp when it begins. After Care is available until 5:45pm for an additional charge.
  • Skyhawks Beginning Golf powered by Payne Stewart Golf Experience - July 22-25, 2024

    Skyhawks Beginning Golf is powered by Payne Stewart Golf Experiences, the recommended entry-level golf program for PGA Junior Golf Camps. The unique, games-based play program and modified learning equipment make it easier for kids to hit the ball and experience early success. Putting, chipping, pitching and full swing, are all taught through games, simple repetitive motions and learning rhymes that make it easy for young kids to remember and repeat. Specially designed, age-appropriate golf equipment is provided. Participants should bring a water bottle, sunscreen and wear appropriate athletic attire. Every child receives a Skyhawks t-shirt.

    When: Monday, July 22 - Thursday, July 25
    Time: 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM
    Where: South Campus, May Day Field
    Eligible Grades: 1st-4th
    Cost: 
    $195
    Coach: Paul Van
    Coach Bio: Owner/Operator Coach Van has been teaching and coaching for over 30 years. The former Millsaps College Soccer Coach has a Master’s Degree in Education and is certified to teach in Mississippi. He also holds both a National Youth Diploma and an Advanced National Diploma from the National Soccer Coaches Association of America. He is a double goal coach thru the Positive Coaching Alliance and a certified coach with USA Football (the American kind).

    Please wear comfortable clothes and shoes. Bring a snack and a labeled water bottle.
     
    *Complete Their Week! For an additional $175 per week, your camper can join us for their grade-level Day Camp for the entire week. You can drop them off in the morning carpool, and we will get them to their Specialty Camp when it begins. After Care is available until 5:45pm for an additional charge.
  • Slimes, Doughs, and other Crazy Concoctions: June 3-6, 2024 or June 10-13, 2024

    In this fun camp we will be exploring the concepts of math, science, and chemistry, and one's imagination all while having a blast. We will learn how to make different slimes, play doughs, bath bombs, homemade chalk, and bathtub paint, just to name a few! Campers will get to take home all their creations.

    When: Monday, June 3 - Thursday, June 6 OR Monday, June 10 - Thursday, June 10
    Time: 9:00 AM - 11:30 AM
    Where:
    South Campus, Location TBD
    Eligible Grades:
    PK4-1st grade
    Cost:
    $350
    Instructor:
    Kim Sewell
    Instructor's Bio:

    Kim Sewell is an avid lover of wonder and curiosity. She finds her greatest joy in opening opportunities for the youngest learners to discover the world around them. She doesn't consider herself a 'teacher' but a facilitator of wonder and awe that this world around us gives. She has been a kindergarten and Pre -K4 'teacher' for 8 years at St. Andrew's.

    All equipment will be provided. Wear comfortable clothes and shoes, and bring a snack and a labeled water bottle.

    *Complete Their Week! For an additional $175 per week, your camper can join us for their grade-level Day Camp for the entire week. You can drop them off in the morning carpool, and we will get them to their Specialty Camp when it begins. You can pick them up when their camp is over, or in Day Camp carpool at 2:45 p.m. if their camp happens during the camp day. After Camp Care is available until 5:45 p.m. for an additional fee.
  • Soccer Shots Superheroes Camp: June 24-27, 2024

    Calling all superheroes ages 4 - 8 years old to join us this summer as we use our superpowers to learn new soccer skills, work on physical fitness, and make amazing superhero crafts.

    When: Monday, June 24 - Thursday, June 27, 2024
    Time: 8:30 AM - 11:30 AM
    Where: South Campus, May Day Field
    Eligible Grades: PK4-3rd grade
    Cost: $275
    Instructor: Karli Blakely
    Instructor's Bio:
    Coach Karli has been with Soccer Shots for close to 10 years and is our current Director of Operations. She played soccer at Pearl High School and Holmes Community College. She is currently pursuing a degree in educational psychology from Mississippi State University. Coach Karli has been an integral part of Soccer Shots. 

    *Complete Their Week! For an additional $175 per week, your camper can join us for their grade-level Day Camp for the entire week. You can drop them off in the morning carpool, and we will get them to their Specialty Camp when it begins. You can pick them up when their camp is over, or in Day Camp carpool at 2:45 p.m. if their camp happens during the camp day. After Camp Care is available until 5:45 p.m. for an additional fee.
  • Tinkering with Tools: June 17-20 or June 24-27, 2024

    Tinkering is about hands-on experiences, learning from failures, and unstructured time to explore and invent. And through the processes of exploration and invention lies the potential for innovation. The kids will do this by learning about different hand tools and materials to help aid them in their creative thinking to make new inventions. This is a very open-ended class. We will not have “prescribed” items to make. We will explore different tools each week to help create from scratch items the children want to make. We will also explore how items are made and how they work by taking them apart.

    When:
    Monday, June 17 - Thursday, June 20 or Monday, June 24 - Thursday, June 27, 2024
    Time: 9:00 AM - 11:30 AM
    Where:
    South Campus, Location TBD
    Eligible Grades:
    PK4-1st grade
    Cost:
    $350
    Instructor:
    Kim Sewell
    Instructor's Bio:

    Kim Sewell is an avid lover of wonder and curiosity. She finds her greatest joy in opening opportunities for the youngest learners to discover the world around them. She doesn't consider herself a 'teacher' but a facilitator of wonder and awe that this world around us gives. She has been a kindergarten and Pre -K4 'teacher' for 8 years at St. Andrew's.

    All equipment will be provided. Wear comfortable clothes and shoes, and bring a snack and a labeled water bottle.

    *Complete Their Week! For an additional $175 per week, your camper can join us for their grade-level Day Camp for the entire week. You can drop them off in the morning carpool, and we will get them to their Specialty Camp when it begins. You can pick them up when their camp is over, or in Day Camp carpool at 2:45 p.m. if their camp happens during the camp day. After Camp Care is available until 5:45 p.m. for an additional fee.
  • Tie Dye and Fabric Painting Fun!: June 17 -20, 2024

    In this fun class, we will learn some different tie dye techniques for a shirt and socks. After that, we will use fabric paint, rhinestones, and puff paint to create a cool design on a second shirt and pair of socks. 

    When: Monday, June 17 - Thursday, June 20, 2024
    Time: 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM
    Where: South Campus, Location TBD
    Eligible Grades: 2nd-5th grades
    Cost: $300
    Instructor: Tiffany Busby
    Instructor's Bio: 
    Tiffany Busby teaches second grade at St. Andrew’s. She is passionate about art in the classroom and loves teaching different media of art! Come join Tiffany for a week of stylish art-inspired outfit creations! 

    *Complete Their Week! For an additional $175 per week, your camper can join us for their grade-level Day Camp for the entire week. You can drop them off in the morning carpool, and we will get them to their Specialty Camp when it begins. You can pick them up when their camp is over, or in Day Camp carpool at 2:45 p.m. if their camp happens during the camp day. After Camp Care is available until 5:45 p.m. for an additional fee.
  • Ukulele Camp: June 24-27 or July 15-18

    Learning to play the Ukulele is fun! No musical experience required. This camp will cover all the basics of this small string instrument. Ukulele 101 will have your student playing and singing at least one or maybe even two songs by the end of the week. *Does not include instrument.

    When: Monday, June 24 - Thursday, June 27 or Monday, July 15 - Thursday, July 18
    Time: 8:30 - 11: 30
    Where: South Campus, Location TBD
    Eligible Grades: 2nd-5th grade
    Cost: $275
    Instructors: Katie Hathcock
    Instructor's Bio:
    Local musician Katie Hathcock has been teaching classes for kids for the past ten plus years. She is currently the music teacher for St. Andrew's Foundations program. Katie has two children who are St. Andrew's students and who often assist her with summer camps. Once you've registered your child for Ukulele 101, please email Katie at katie.hathcock@gmail.com for info about purchasing an instrument. 


    *Complete Their Week! For an additional $175 per week, your camper can join us for their grade-level Day Camp for the entire week. You can drop them off in the morning carpool, and we will get them to their Specialty Camp when it begins. You can pick them up when their camp is over, or in Day Camp carpool at 2:45 p.m. if their camp happens during the camp day. After Camp Care is available until 5:45 p.m. for an additional fee.


  • Under the Sea: Crafts and Snacks: June 3-6, 2024

    In this camp, children will enjoy all types of art media such as acrylic painting, watercolor, paper crafts, pastels, tissue paper, etc.. We will also make a treat each day that is ocean-themed. 

    When: Monday, June 3 - Thursday, June 6
    Time: 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM
    Where: South Campus, Location TBD
    Eligible Grades: 1st - 4th grades
    Cost: $250
    Instructor: Tiffany Busby
    Instructor's Bio: 
    Tiffany Busby is a second-grade teacher at St. Andrew’s. She enjoys integrating art into all her units throughout the year. With 25 years of teaching experience, Tiffany has taught many enrichment activities and camps. Art is a fun way to express yourself while also relaxing! Come have fun while you learn and explore the ocean! 

    *Complete Their Week! For an additional $175 per week, your camper can join us for their grade-level Day Camp for the entire week. You can drop them off in the morning carpool, and we will get them to their Specialty Camp when it begins. You can pick them up when their camp is over, or in Day Camp carpool at 2:45 p.m. if their camp happens during the camp day. After Camp Care is available until 5:45 p.m. for an additional fee.
  • Video Game Creation - Platform-Style (Active Learning Camps): June 24 – 27, 2024

    Build a "platform" game like Sonic or Mario. Children have a blast as their characters do the impossible, overcome obstacles and enemies and then conquer the Big Boss. The character progresses on a long path (like a journey) with the background scrolling behind it and adversaries, prizes, obstacles, are encountered as it goes. 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.
     
    When: Monday, June 24 – Thursday, June 27, 2024
    Time: Morning, Afternoon, & Full-Day options
    Where: South Campus, location TBD
    Eligible Grades: rising 2nd – 8th
    Cost: $varies
    Instructor: Helen Jamison and other Active Learning Camps instructors
    NOTE: Registration must take place directly with USA Chess/Active Learning Camps — NOT through St. Andrew’s Episcopal School. For specific information and registration, please visit: activelearningcamps.com or call 469-226-6781. 
     
    All equipment will be provided. Wear comfortable athletic clothes and shoes. Bring a snack and a labeled water bottle. Bring a lunch for all-day camps. 
  • Weaving with Kids: June 17-20, 2024 (Kindergarten)

    This is a crafty activity that ticks all the boxes for your youngster: it’s fun, colorful, and creative, and it’s also a brilliant way to help them develop the fine motor skills they need. Weaving also helps to develop eye-hand coordination and concentration—problem-solving skills.

    When: Monday, June 17 - Thursday, June 20
    Time: 8:30 AM - 11:30 AM
    Where: South Campus, Location TBD
    Eligible Grades: K
    Cost: $375
    Instructor: Sandra Flores
    Instructor's Bio: 
    Sandra Flores has been an educator for 19 years. Born and raised in Monterrey, Mexico, she went to college at the University of Monterrey N, L CEDIM. She received her accreditation in early childhood in 2008, worked in Texas and Mississippi in Catholic Schools, then moved to St. Andrews in 2015 where she has worked in both ECC and Foundations.  Currently, she is a lead teacher in PreK 3. She is passionate about working with younger kids and loves to see them grow and develop their many gifts and talents

    *Complete Their Week! For an additional $175 per week, your camper can join us for their grade-level Day Camp for the entire week. You can drop them off in the morning carpool, and we will get them to their Specialty Camp when it begins. You can pick them up when their camp is over, or in Day Camp carpool at 2:45 p.m. if their camp happens during the camp day. After Camp Care is available until 5:45 p.m. for an additional fee.
  • Weaving with Kids: June 17-20, 2024 (1st grade)

    This is a crafty activity that ticks all the boxes for your youngster: it’s fun, colorful and creative, and it’s also a brilliant way to help them develop the fine motor skills they need. Weaving also helps to develop eye-hand coordination and concentration—problem-solving skills

    When:
    Monday, June 17 - Thursday, June 20
    Time: 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM
    Where: South Campus, Location TBD
    Eligible Grades: 1st
    Cost: $420
    Instructor: Sandra Flores
    Instructor's Bio: 
    Sandra Flores has been an educator for 19 years. Born and raised in Monterrey, Mexico, she went to college at the University of Monterrey N, L CEDIM. She received her accreditation in early childhood in 2008, worked in Texas and Mississippi in Catholic Schools, then moved to St. Andrews in 2015 where she has worked in both ECC and Foundations.  Currently, she is a lead teacher in PreK 3. She is passionate about working with younger kids and loves to see them grow and develop their many gifts and talents

    *Complete Their Week! For an additional $175 per week, your camper can join us for their grade-level Day Camp for the entire week. You can drop them off in the morning carpool, and we will get them to their Specialty Camp when it begins. You can pick them up when their camp is over, or in Day Camp carpool at 2:45 p.m. if their camp happens during the camp day. After Camp Care is available until 5:45 p.m. for an additional fee.