Never Stop Learning: A 2019 Guide to Summer Camps

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These enriching, energizing camps will keep your child engaged—and avoid any possibility of a summer learning slump.

Spartan Summer at De Smet Jesuit High School
Spartan Summer at De Smet Jesuit offers exciting athletic and academic camps for middle school boys on its campus in Creve Coeur. Choose from 12 beginner-through-advanced athletic options led by De Smet varsity coaches and 10 academic camps—including chess, coding, robotics, gaming, woodworking and more. Campers can mix and match morning and afternoon camp offerings, and lunch is available. Sessions begin June 3 and run through July 18, with no camps in session the week of July 1.

St. Joseph’s Academy
St. Joseph’s Academy is a private, Catholic high school that provides quality education for young women in an environment that inspires growth in faith, knowledge and respect. Students from 3rd through 8th grade are invited to discover their passions with the Academy’s 2019 summer camps. Sessions are scheduled so campers can attend two sessions each day, and topics include drama, band, crafting, psychology, coding, athletics and more. Attending a summer camp is a great way to get familiar with campus, meet faculty and coaches, and make friends with other future Angels. Regular camp registration ends May 15, so be sure to sign up soon!

STAGES Performing Arts Academy
STAGES Performing Arts Academy offers an exciting variety of musical theater camps, workshops and productions for students of all abilities, ages 3 to 18. Act, dance and sing all summer long while learning new skills and working on numbers from shows like “The Little Mermaid,” “The Lion King,” “Moana,” “Dear Evan Hansen” and “Hamilton,” to name a few. Go on acting adventures, perfect your musical theater abilities and more, all at STAGES Performing Arts Academy this year. Register today at, or call 636.449.5775.

Summer of Adventure at MICDS
Enrich and enliven your child’s summer at MICDS summer camps! Located on its sprawling 100-acre campus, the camps allow your child to pursue new passions and hobbies, explore new cultures and exercise athletic skills via four camps: Pegasus, Language Immersion Camp, Rams Sports Camp and Eliot Summer Academy. Supervised by expert MICDS staff and enthusiastic counselors, all camps are open for kids of every age, school and interest. Your summer adventure awaits at MICDS.

This guide originally appeared in GUIDED St. Louis: St. Charles, available online and at these locations now.

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