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Summer Camp at St. John's

All weeks are now full! you can contact Mrs. Alison Enokian at for questions on availability. 
St. John's Summer Camp is especially designed for children three and a half years old up to children entering Kindergarten in Fall 2018. Campers will have tons of fun while learning. Each week explores a theme that's sure to spark curiosity, a love of learning and more!
After registering, please be sure to complete these two required forms:
Camper Health History Form

After you've filled out the Camper Health History Form, if you've indicated your child requires medication (like inhalers and epipens) at camp, please also fill out thMedication Administration Authorization Form in the section below.

Your child will love our weekly thematic camps!

Session 1-June 11-15: It’s Summertime! FULL

What is your favorite summertime activity? Do you like to eat ice cream, fly a kite, go on a picnic? Come to St. John’s Summer Camp this week where we will do all of this and more! Campers will play in the sand and splash in the water. We won’t just eat ice cream, we will make it!


Session 2-June 18-22: Superpowers Activate! FULL

If you could have any superpower what would it be? Do you want to soar over tall buildings, have x-ray vision, or smash through barriers? This week campers transform into superheroes, trying out all kinds of superpowers. Whether it’s Lady Bug Girl or Wonder Woman, Captain America or Batman, our superheroes will conquer all obstacles and save St. John’s Summer Camp!


Session 3-June 25-29: Where's that Lost Treasure, Matey? FULL

Hop aboard the St. John’s Ship this week to look for the lost treasure. Peter Pan needs your help, campers! As campers fly to Neverland, walk the plank and get their hooks into all kinds of adventures, they will be helping Peter Pan search for that missing treasure all week long.


Session 4-July 2-6 (closed July 4): I Love the Red White and Blue! FULL

The 4th of July is not just about fireworks and parades. As campers picnic and wave the red white and blue, they will learn more about the flag, as well as some of the other American symbols. Join us this week for some patriotic fun!


Session 5-July 9-13: To Market We Will Go FULL

Summertime is the best time of the year to try fresh fruits and vegetables. Campers will do some planting on St. John’s Farm this week. We will open up the St. John’s Farmers Market selling fruits and vegetables of every color of the rainbow. Let's try some fresh and delicious recipes too!


Session 6-July 16-20: Down on the Farm FULL

St. John’s Farm isn’t just a fruit and vegetable farm. Many animals call it their home as well. Have you ever milked a cow or sheared a sheep? We will learn just what it takes to run the farm and care for the animals. C'mon and hop on the tractor so we can check the fencing and make sure no animals get loose!


Session 7-July 23-27: Good Night Moon, Good Night Red Balloon, Good Night Everyone! FULL

Campers will get to know Runaway Bunny, the Little Scarecrow Boy, and other characters the beloved author Margaret Wise Brown brings to life. Come wake up those sleepy ABCs, fly that red balloon, scare off the pesky crows, and say goodnight to the moon!


Session 8-July 30-Aug 3: Kevin Henkes and his Mice Friends FULL

This week we will dive into the delightful books of Kevin Henkes. As we explore what makes his characters so special, we will also discover how each of us is special.


Many of our counselors are St. John's teachers who lead classrooms during the academic year. Other counselors are members of our before and after care staff who are on our campus throughout the year. 
Morning snack is provided for all campers. Full-day campers bring their own afternoon snack. All campers bring their own lunch. St. John's Parish Day School strives to be a nut free environment - nut products are NOT permitted.

About Our Camp Director

Mrs. Alison Enokian returns for her 6th year as Summer Camp Director. Having been with St. John's since 2003, she is an experienced teacher with a talent for music. During the academic year Mrs. Enokian leads the Early Childhood music program.
For questions, contact our Camp Director.