Looking for creative, stimulating ways for your child to spend the summer? Look no further than the variety of unique camps SHCS offers! Camps are listed in chronological order throughout the summer, and each description of the camp also links to its permission slip, which includes information about cost.
June 17-20, 9am-1pm
The camp will take place from 9:00 am-1:00 pm from June 17th-20th. Students will need to bring a sack lunch with a drink. Please drop off and pick up students at Mrs. Cobb’s Room (208). We are looking forward to a little bit of reading, cooking, crafting, and A LOT of FUN!
Please return the bottom of the flyer(at the link below) with payment to Mrs. Cobb in Room 208 no later than Friday, May 10th. Please make checks payable to Sacred Heart Cathedral School. For more information and to access the permission slip, click here.
June 22-25, 9 am-Noon
Join Ms. Best and Mrs. Erwin and learn about robotics, programming and the engineering design process with LEGO WeDo, Mindstorms EV3, Dash & Dot, and Ozobots. Robotics Camp is for rising 3rd graders through 8th grade and is $150. The camp runs July 22nd-July 25th, from 9:00 am to Noon. For more information and to access the permission slip, click here.
Bookworm: A Summer Reading Camp
June, 9 am-noon
SHCS Library, with Ms. Best and Mrs. Stand, will be hosting Camp Bookworm, a summer reading and activities camp June 10-14. If your child wants to participate in Camp Bookworm, he or she can attend either the 9am-12pm session or the 1pm-4pm session. Camp Bookworm will also coincide with Ms. Kimbro’s String Camp as a way to give parents a full-day camp option! Camp(s) payment is due by May 17.
If your child wants to participate in String Camp, too, he or she will stay at SHCS from 9am-4pm and attend one camp from 9-12pm, lunch from 12-1pm, and the other camp from 1-4pm. String Camp is $140 & Camp Bookworm is $150, or if you sign up for String Camp and Camp Bookworm, the total will be $230, a $50 savings for attending two SHCS camps. Your child does not have to attend both camps in order to attend one or the other (i.e., you can attend String Camp without attending Camp Bookworm, or you can attend Camp Bookworm without signing up for String Camp). If your child attends both camps, the only materials needed are 1. Instrument 2. Sack lunch 3. Water bottle. Camp instructors will provide a healthy daily snack and all camp materials. We hope to see you there! For more information and to access the permission slip, click here.
Summer Strings Camp
This summer, we are offering several string camp options for boys and girls who enjoy playing instruments and making music. Each participant may choose to play violin, viola, cello, or bass and will receive instructions on how to obtain an instrument before camp begins. We are offering 2 camps: Stars and Strings Camp: a camp for beginners and Advanced Fiddle Camp, a fiddle and contemporary music camp for advanced string players with preferably 3 years experience or more. Children who attend schools other than SHCS are invited to attend!
Our 9 am-12 pm string camp is called “Stars and Strings,” a camp for beginners, where we will learn fundamental skills and play beginner melodies and songs from Disney movies and folk songs. Our advanced camp, from 1 pm-4 pm, is called “Advanced Fiddle Camp.” 3 years of playing experience are required for this camp, which will help to provide the foundational skills needed to play countless fiddle, classical, and contemporary/folk tunes.
Healthy snacks will be provided daily, and materials will be provided to all participants in each camp on the first
day. Each day, campers need to bring his or her instrument and any materials they receive throughout camp. For more information and to access the permission slip, click here.
SHCS is excited to offer its’ first annual All-Sports Camp to all rising 1st-8th-grade athletes. The purpose of this camp is to create a fun-filled environment that promotes sportsmanship and the development of the total athlete.
Experienced coaches will teach the fundamentals of baseball, basketball, football, soccer, volleyball, and many other sports. All training takes place in the gymnasium and on the athletic field.
Family discounts apply. The camp is limited to 30 athletes so spots will fill up quickly. To register, please contact Seth Mofield, firstname.lastname@example.org or (865) 804-4163.