Registration for 2021 Summer Camp Now Open!
Summer is just around the corner and we are thrilled to announce that we are hosting our COVID-19 COMPLIANT SUMMER CAMP PROGRAM at our large St. Anthony Campus, fully equipped with two outdoor fenced-in playgrounds, a large practice field, air-conditioned gymnasium, and a three-floor school building! Our own wonderful teachers and instructional assistants staff our camp and are committed to providing an affordable summer camp program filled with fun, adventure, learning, and spiritual growth for our St. Anthony families and beyond!
Our program, geared towards students in Pre-K through rising third (3rd) grade for the summer of 2021, has a predetermined weekly theme (see below). You may choose one week, several weeks, or all eight weeks for your child(ren). Our camp provides opportunities for students to develop social skills, build on healthy friendships with one another, explore their individual interests, and grow in virtue. Each week the camp will have three groups or stations in order to maintain our safe distancing protocol. Students will be able to oversee and explore each other’s stations for collaborative and engaging learning activities.
Camp hours will be 8:00 AM – 4:00 PM with no extended care provided. Snacks are included in the cost of our camp.
If you have any questions, please feel free to email Miss Luperon, our Camp Director, at firstname.lastname@example.org. We are eager to launch this exciting summer experience!
$100 registration fee per family
$300/week for school families (per student)
$400/week for non-school families (per student)
Week 1: Becoming a Steward of Creation- Environmentalist
Week 2: Princesses & Superheroes
Week 3: The Farm Vs. The City Life
Week 4: Cultures Around the World
Week 5: Dance & Choreography
Week 6: Art Color Theory
Week 7: Science
Week 8: Food Art
Required Forms for Attendance: These forms must be received before the child’s first day of Summer Camp attendance. (If you are a St. Anthony School family we do not need health forms or birth certificate.)
- A completed registration form
- Birth certificate (if you are not a school family)
- Virginia medical form which includes physical and immunization records (if you are not a school family)