Summer + Enrichment + After 3

Fun, discovery, and investigation await every child in a creative, supportive, and enriched environment rooted in St. Mary’s Episcopal School’s mission.

We offer a variety of year-round programs, classes, and workshops from hip hop, gymnastics, and fairy tale science to SAT, ACT, and PSAT college prep courses, as well as one-on-one tutoring. Our popular summer day camps start the Tuesday after Memorial Day and run through the first week of August. We look forward to seeing your children this summer!


 

College Prep

The Money Experience For girls entering grades 11th- college juniors 

Financial literacy focused on quality of life!  Instead of emphasizing math, the Money Experience teaches students how their own priorities and choices in life are related to money.  Interacting with a graphic novel, relatable characters, and a sophisticated "life-simulator", students test their assumptions about their future.  

College/Budgets/Student Loans/Advanced Degrees/Banking/Car Buying Credit/401K/Careers/Travel/Cost of Living/Lifestyle Creed/Taxes/Marriage/Kids/Insurance/529s/Healthcare/Fixed Incomes/Aging with Dignity/Investments

Summer Session: Monday-Friday, July 23-27; 1:00 - 4:00 p.m.; $375


ACT Prep Workshops (2 sessions) For girls and boys entering grades 10th-12th

This class provides comprehensive reviews of math, science, and verbal skills necessary for taking the ACT.  Students also learn test taking strategies and complete practice tests during the class.  Students need to bring the calculator they plan on using for the exam; all other materials and practice tests provided.

Session One: Monday-Thursday, July 23-26; 1:30 - 3:30 p.m.; $275

Session Two: 2 Saturdays, August 18 & 25; 8:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.; $275


SAT Prep Workshop For girls and boys entering grades 11th-12th

Math: Get a boost before taking the SAT with this algebra and geometry skills refresher using word problems and data interpretation.  Practice test-taking techniques throughout the course and take an actual SAT.  All materials are provided to the student, and practice testing will be a part of the class.

Verbal: This portion of the class, provides practice for all parts of the verbal SAT:  sentence completion, critical reading, grammar, and essay writing.  The course also includes daily vocabulary building and test-taking strategies using actual SATs.  Preliminary diagnostic and final SATs will measure each student's progress.  All materials are provided to the student, and practice testing will be a part of the class.

Session: Monday-Friday, July 23-27; 8:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.; $375


PSAT Prep Workshop For girls and boys entering grades 9th-10th

Math: This one-week class provides practice for taking the PSAT with an emphasis on refreshing algebra and geometry skills using word problems and data interpretation; test-taking techniques are explored and actual PSATs will be given.  All materials for this class are provided to the student, and practice testing will be a part of the class.

Verbal: This portion of the class, provides practice for all parts of the verbal PSAT including sentence completion, critical reading, and grammar.  Students use actual PSATs to familiarize themselves with the format and the content of the test; preliminary diagnostic and final PSATs will measure each student's progress.  All materials for this class are provided to the student, and practice testing will be a part of the class.

Session: Monday-Friday, July 23-27; 8:00 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.; $275


College Application Jumpstart For girls and boys entering grades 11th-12th

Do you need help with completing college applications, putting together a resume, and practicing interview skills?  The summer is a great time to get a jump start on your college process while free from the stress of schoolwork and daily activities.  St. Mary's College Counselors will guide students step by step through the Common Application, provide advice on the college application process, assist students with the completion of a college resume, and fine tune interview skills.  Come get expert advice and start the school year ahead of the curve.

Session: Monday-Wednesday, July 30-August 1; 1:00 - 3:00 p.m.; $125


College Essay Workshop For girls and boys entering grades 11th-12th

Do you need help with completing college applications, putting together a resume, and practicing interview skills?  The summer is a great time to get a jump start on your college process while free from the stress of schoolwork and daily activities.  St. Mary's College Counselors will guide students step by step through the Common Application, provide advice on the college application process, assist students with the completion of a college resume, and fine tune interview skills.  Come get expert advice and start the school year ahead of the curve.

Session: Thursday-Friday, August 2 - 3; 1:00 - 3:00 p.m.; $125

Academic Reviews

Middle School Academic Reviews For girls and boys entering grades 6th-8th

Jumpstart the upcoming academic year with these one-week courses that benefit students who want to review grade-level skills in math, reading, grammar, writing, and study skills.  A supervised area is provided for students to bring a lunch and/or to rest between classes.  Any student waiting for a class must report to the supervised area.

Sessions: Monday-Friday, July 23-27; 9:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.

Cost: $100 for each section or $450 for all five sections 


Grade 6th Grammar Skills Review (2:00 p.m. - 3:00 p.m.) 

Brush up on your grammar skills! This class focuses on grammar basics: parts of speech, sentence structure, and usage. Individual instruction will allow students to receive personal attention in specific skill areas.


Grade 6th Math Skills Review (11:20 a.m. - 12:20 p.m.)

This class provides a review of material and preparation for advancement. Individual instruction allows students to receive personal attention in specific skill areas.


Grades 7th-8th Grammar Skills Review (11:20 a.m. - 12:20 p.m.)

Sharpen your grammar skills! This class focuses on grammar basics: parts of speech, complements, clauses, verbals, agreements, and usage.


Grades 7th-8th Math Skills Review

Grade 7: 12:50 p.m. - 1:50 p.m.;  Grade 8: 10:10 a.m. - 11:10 a.m.

This class provides a review of basic math concepts and pre-algebra material, including decimals, fractions, exponents, integers, variables, expressions, equations, inequalities, and order of operations.


Grades 6th-8th Writing Skills Review

Grade 6: 9:00 a.m. - 10:00 a.m.;  Grade 7: 10:10 a.m. - 11:10 a.m.;       Grade 8: 12:50 p.m. - 1:50 p.m.   

This class provides a review of expository and creative writing skills. Individual instruction allows students to receive personal attention in specific skill areas.


Grades 6th-8th Reading Skills Review

Grade 6: 12:50 p.m. - 1:50 p.m.;  Grades 7 & 8: 2:00 p.m. - 3:00 p.m.

A student’s ability to construct meaning while reading is essential to his/her success, and good readers use a variety of comprehension strategies every time they read. This class will provide specific comprehension instruction in a variety of strategies and will include varied opportunities for practice.


Grades 6th-8th Study Skills

Grade 6: 10:10 a.m. - 11:10 a.m.;  Grade 7 & 8: 9:00 a.m. - 10:00 a.m.

Improve your grades and make study time more efficient! Learn mind-mapping techniques to improve note-taking skills and writing capabilities in this class. Testing and study techniques also will be emphasized. You will receive a booklet containing information that can be used long after the course has ended. 

St. Mary's Rising Grade Camps

Step into St. Mary’s Place ST. MARY’S STUDENTS ENTERING St. Mary’s Place

It’s your first experience at big girl school and we can’t wait to have you! Come and join us for an introduction into the magical world of St. Mary’s Place. Each day we will visit with a new special subject, learn about your new school and get ready for a wonderful first year of school. Come just one day or all!

Session: Monday-Thursday, July 23-26; 10:00 a.m. – noon; $40 per day


Prep for Pre–K ST. MARY’S STUDENTS ENTERING Pre-Kindergarten

Get your little girl ready for school at St. Mary’s! Discover the wonder of St. Mary’s in this week long camp specifically for the class of 2033! Make some new friends and get ready for a wonderful year of school as we learn what is special about PK at St. Mary’s.

Session: Monday-Friday, July 23-27; 9:00 a.m. - noon; $165


Jump into JK ST. MARY’S STUDENTS ENTERING Junior Kindergarten

Come and explore the Junior Kindergarten world and spend a week designed just for the class of 2032! Girls will play on Mrs. Humphrey’s playground, spend time with new and old friends, prepare a special birthday box, plan their tea party and be totally immersed in the wonderful JK world of St. Mary’s!

Session: Monday-Friday, July 23-27; 9:00 a.m. - noon; $165


Soar into SK ST. MARY’S STUDENTS ENTERING Senior Kindergarten

You’re the big girl on campus this year! Come and spend some time with old and new friends as we review basic reading readiness and math concepts to make this year great! We will practice our ABCs, counting, listening skills, and much more as we have fun in this class specifically designed for the class of 2031!

Session: Monday-Friday, July 23-27; 9:00 a.m. - noon; $165


Flip into First Grade ST. MARY’S STUDENTS ENTERING 1ST GRADE

Welcome to the Lower School! Come join first grade friends in a class that will help them get ready for a great first grade year. This class will review basic math and language arts skills as well as help your daughter become acclimated to life in the Lower School. Flip into First Grade is designed for the class of 2030 and will have your daughter ready to hit the ground running when she starts school in August.

Session: Monday-Friday, July 23-27; 9:00 a.m. - noon; $165  


Skip into Second Grade ST. MARY’S STUDENTS ENTERING 2ND GRADE

This class is all about getting your daughter ready for a magical year at St. Mary’s. Each day students in the class of 2029 will review reading, writing, phonics, and math skills as well as catch a glimpse into the special activities that await only our special second grade students. American Girl Doll Felicity will stop by and tell us a little bit about her special day in November, and we will have lots of fun with friends as we get ready for another amazing year at St. Mary’s Lower School!

Session: Monday-Friday, July 23-27; 9:00 a.m. - noon; $165 


Twirl into Third Grade ST. MARY’S STUDENTS ENTERING 3RD GRADE

Class of 2028, you’ve made it to the Hyde building! Join old friends and new as you jump-start your third grade year. We will review math and language arts skills as well as organizational and study skills. We will talk about special events for third grade including our international study, special projects, and everything else that makes your 3rd grade year unique and special at St. Mary’s.

Session: Monday-Friday, July 23-27; 9:00 a.m. - noon; $165 


Fly into Fourth Grade ST. MARY’S STUDENTS ENTERING 4TH GRADE

This camp, designed for the class of 2027, will review both math and language arts skills We will review best homework practices, study skills, and organizational tools necessary for a successful fourth grade year. We will work in small groups to practice grammar, social studies, reading, math, and writing skills, and review these skills with a variety of hands-on activities, games, and problem-solving strategies.

Session: Monday-Friday, July 23-27; 9:00 a.m. - noon; $165 


Flourish in Fifth Grade ST. MARY’S STUDENTS ENTERING 5TH GRADE

Class of 2026, let’s make the most of your last year in the Lower School! This dynamic camp will provide 5th graders with the tools to organize and study for quizzes, tests, and projects. We will review math and language arts skills as well as important leadership skills that every fifth grader should know as you become amazing fifth grade leaders!

Session: Monday-Friday, July 23-27; 9:00 a.m. - noon; $165 

Day Camps

We offer 10 weeks of camp, making it easy to fit one or more weeks into your schedule.

Session 1: May 29 - June 1
Aloha Summer


Session 2: June 4 - 8
Superhero


Session 3: June 11 - 15
Passport Ready


Session 4: June 18 - 22
Wonderland


Session 5: June 25 - 29
Fun on the Farm


Session 6: July 2 - 6
*CLOSED*


Session 7: July 9 - 13
Top Secret


Session 8: July 16 - 20
Weather Watchers


Session 9: July 23 - 27
Join the Circus


Session 10: July 30 – August 3
Olympics


Session 11: August 6 - 9
Wacky Summer Fun

Academics

Reading and Writing Workshops For girls and boys entering grades 1st – 5th

1st and 2nd grades workshop description: New this year, we are expanding our well-known summer reading workshop to include writing practice and handwriting instruction! This one-week workshop is designed to meet the needs of the emergent reader needing remediation as well as the independent, fluent reader seeking enrichment. Individualized instruction that helps develop your child’s contextual reading, word study, and fluency reading as well as small group discussions that build text comprehension, word attack skills, and vocabulary are all part of the daily routine. Small group instruction will also include handwriting, journaling, and sentence mechanics.

3rd through 5th grades workshop description: New this year, we are expanding our well-known summer reading workshop to include instruction in creating written responses to both fiction and non-fiction texts. During the one-week session, your student will developing deep understanding of academic vocabulary definitions and applications; read, discuss, and analyze poetry; participate in fictional literature discussions about character development, author’s viewpoint, story structure; and receive explicit instruction on how to analyze information in non-fiction texts. Instruction will include the draft and editing process for written work.

Session One: Monday-Friday, June 25-29; 9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.; $325

Session Two: Monday-Friday, July 9-13; 9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.; $325

Session Three: Monday-Friday, July 16-20 ; 9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.; $325


Math Workshops For girls and boys entering grades 1st-5th

Get ready for the start of school with this general math review. Using a math center model, this course is designed to review current math skills and prepare students for the upcoming school year. A low student-teacher ratio encourages each student to build individual skills and receive problem-solving practice in a structured environment. Students will work on building number sense, math facts automaticity, spatial awareness, math vocabulary, and more.

Session One: Monday-Friday, June 25-29; noon - 3:00 p.m.; $200

Session Two: Monday-Friday, July 9-13; noon - 3:00 p.m.; $200

Session Three: Monday-Friday, July 16-20 ; noon - 3:00 p.m.; $200


Early Literacy Workshops For girls and boys entering grades JK-SK

Not old enough to attend the reading and writing workshops? This workshop is tailored for pre-emergent readers! The action-packed week focuses on key foundational literacy skills like rhyming, letter and sound relationships, syllables, and more! Exciting multi-sensory techniques are used to engage campers. Following the center model, campers will rotate through small group, teacher-led centers that focus on early literacy foundational skills. At the end of the workshop, campers will be given a brief observational summary regarding their progress as well as suggestions for activities that support their early literacy skills growth.

Session One: Monday-Thursday, July 9-13; 9:00 a.m. - noon; $195

Session Two: Monday-Thursday, July 16-20; 9:00 a.m. - noon; $195


St. Mary's Girls Math Skills Boot Camp For St. Mary's girls entering grades 4th-5th

Spend the afternoon with Mrs. Anderson after attending Fly into 4th and Flourish in 5th in the morning! Get ready for the start of school with this general math review. Using a math center model, this course is designed to review current math skills and prepare students for the upcoming school year. Students will build individual skills and receive problem-solving practice in a structured environment.

Session: Monday-Friday, July 23-27; noon – 3:00 p.m.; $200


Auditory Comprehension and Metacognitive Skills: The Language of Listening For girls and boys entering grades SK – 2nd

In a creative and fun-filled atmosphere, children will be taught self-initiated thinking strategies as well as direct listening practice to improve their abilities to attend and listen in a group setting. Listening tasks include how to engage in conversation, follow directions, and understand stories. Metacognitive tasks include self-monitoring classroom behavior and social group skills. Brief observational summaries will be emailed home the week following camp.

Session: Monday-Friday, July 30-August 3; 9:00 a.m. - noon; $200

Fine Arts

The Art Project For girls and boys entering grades PK-SK and 1st-4th

In this camp, children will explore a wide variety of materials and subject matter. Students will learn various disciplines of art, including painting, drawing, sculpture, and collage as well as learning about various artists and techniques.

Session (1st-4th): Monday-Friday, June 18-22; 9:00 a.m. - noon; $175

Session (PK-SK): Monday-Friday, July 30-August 3; 9:00 a.m. - noon; $175


Paintbrush in Hand, Toes in Sand For girls and boys entering grades PK-SK 

Pull out your shades, summer is here! Join us for a week at the beach with lots of fun art! At this beach themed, hands-on art camp, we will learn about the beach and creatures of the sea as we paint, sculpt, cut, paste, and color. Oh, what fun it will be! We will create starfish that sparkle, crab hats for our heads, and paint a beach ball after stories we read. So dive on in, this camp will make a splash.

Session: Monday-Thursday, June 25-29; 9:00 a.m. - noon; $175


Musical Theater: Alice in Wonderland For girls entering grades PK-SK 

This camp, presented by Memphis Youth Musical Theater, will delight children as they learn two scenes from their favorite “Alice Down the Rabbit Hole”. Each day begins with a dance warm-up-Broadway style! After that, campers learn songs, dances, and speaking parts from the show. The camp ends with a show for parents. Each day, students will have outdoor recreation time. Girls should wear leggings or shorts with t-shirt, socks, and slip-on or velcro shoes each day. Please wear hair up and off the face. Students should also bring a water bottle and pre-apply sunscreen. Snack provided.

Session: Monday-Friday, July 9-13; 9:00 a.m. - noon; $185


Musical Theater: Alice in Wonderland For girls entering grades 1st-4th

Learn how to act, sing, and dance in a show with Memphis Youth Musical Theater! Each day begins with a dance warm-up-Broadway style! Campers will learn songs, dances, and speaking parts from the MYMT’s fabulous “Alice Down the Rabbit Hole” production. The camp ends with a show for parents. Each day students will have outdoor recreation time. Girls should wear leggings or shorts with t – shirt, socks, and slip-on or velcro shoes each day. Please wear hair up and off the face. Students should also bring a water bottle and pre-apply sunscreen. Snack provided.

Session: Monday-Friday, July 9-13; noon - 3:00 p.m.; $185


Christmas in July: Holiday Art Bonanza For girls and boys entering grades PK-5th

“Make our spirits bright” and join us this summer to celebrate Christmas in July with art, crafts, and a lot of merrymaking fun! At this Christmas themed hands-on art camp, young artists will design and create one of kind holiday art projects that are sure to “deck the halls” of their homes. We will also spread some holiday cheer throughout the week playing reindeer games, reading Christmas stories, and singing our favorite Christmas carols. Jingle all the way to signing up, as we are going to have a “holly jolly Christmas” in July! 

Session One: Monday-Friday, July 23-27; 9:00 a.m. - noon; $200 

Session Two: Monday-Thursday, July 30-August 2; 9:00 a.m. - noon; $175


 

Athletics

Hip Hop For girls and boys entering grades 1st-5th

Hip hop is a high-energy camp that infuses the latest styles of street dancing, breaking, popping, and locking. This camp will encourage students to step outside of the box by brining their individual style and personality to the movements. Hip hop dance requires students to have the strength and stamina to successfully perform moves. Therefore, class includes upper and lower body conditioning as well as a rigorous warm-up to help prepare students for more intense movements. There will be a recital on the last day of camp.

Session: Monday-Friday, June 18-22; noon - 3:00 p.m.; $225


Intro to Dance For girls and boys entering grades PK-SK

This fun camp is designed to introduce students to tap, jazz, ballet, and hip hop dance. Learning some basic skills will allow the students to experience each style of dance while improving their flexibility, sense of rhythm, and overall coordination. There will be a recital on the last day of camp.

Session: Monday-Friday, June 18-22; 9:00 a.m. - noon; $225


Lower School Lacrosse For girls entering grades 2nd-5th

This camp will be a fun-filled introduction to the game of girls lacrosse. We will cover all of the basic skills of the game by using specific drills and small – sided games. A strong foundation in the basics will be emphasized. Campers will receive a mouth guard. Please bring a stick, certified eye goggles, cleats, sneakers, and a filled water bottle each day.

Session: Monday-Thursday, June 18-21; 1:00 - 3:00 p.m.; $135


Middle School Lacrosse For girls entering grades 6th-9th

This camp will be a fun-filled introduction to the game of girls lacrosse. We will cover all of the basic skills of the game by using specific drills and small – sided games. A strong foundation in the basics will be emphasized. Campers will receive a mouth guard. Please bring a stick, certified eye goggles, cleats and sneakers, and a filled water bottle each day.

Session: Monday-Thursday, June 18-21; 3:30 - 5:30p.m.; $135


Little Ballerina’s II – Moana For girls entering PK – SK

In this camp, girls will learn the beautiful art of French and Russian classical ballet with a unique and fun syllabus designed by Children’s Ballet Theater director Mary Van Dyke. Included each day is choreography from everyone’s favorite story “Moana”, and dress-up/dance time, ballet story-time, playground time, and arts/crafts. The camp ends with a parent show. Dancers need to wear a leotard, ballet skirt, ballet shoes, and bobby socks. Please also send slip-on or velcro shoes for outside. Hair in a ponytail or bun.  Please pre – apply sunscreen and bring a drink each day. Snack provided.

Session: Monday-Friday, June 25-29; 9:00 a.m. - noon; $185


Golf For girls entering grades 5th-9th

Golf is a sport that lasts a lifetime! Join Coach Bartholomew to work on the fundamentals of the game. Girls will need their own golf clubs, a golf glove, golf spikes (or tennis shoes), and a refillable water bottle. All other equipment (tees and balls) will be provided. Campers will arrive at St. Mary’s each day and then transported in the school bus to different golf courses and/or driving ranges.

Session: Monday-Wednesday, June 25-27; 3:30 - 6:00 p.m.; $150


Wings ECC Gymnastics For girls and boys entering grades PK-SK

Come join the FUN! Campers start off each morning with a game, then stretch and warm-up to prepare for the equipment rotations. Bars, balance beam, floor, and mini-trampoline. After a craft, snack & drink, tumblers will enjoy games and activities using equipment that improves strength, flexibility, coordination, and focus…while having FUN!

Session: Monday-Friday, July 16-20; 9:00 a.m. - noon; $225


Wings Lower School Gymnastics For girls and boys entering grades 1st-4th

Whether you’re a first time gymnast or have gymnastics experience, this camp is for you! Learn beginning and intermediate skills on bars, balance beam, floor, vault, and mini-trampoline. Includes games, obstacle courses, arts & crafts, snack & drink, and more!

Session: Monday-Friday, July 16-20; 9:00 a.m. - noon; $225


Mike Miller’s M33M Basketball Camp at St. Mary’s For girls and boys ages 5-16

Girls and boys are invited to learn from the pros at the Mike Miller M33M Basketball Camp! 32 hours of expert instruction will include drills, skill development, contests, and games. Each camper will receive a reversible M33M jersey and a Certificate of Appreciation during the end of camp awards ceremony. This camp will sell out!

Registration is open through the M33M website http://www.m33mbasketball.com

Session: Monday-Thursday, July 23-27; 9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.; $245 


Soccer Skills and Fitness Sharpener ST. MARY’S STUDENTS ONLY, ENTERING GRADES 5TH–8TH

This mini camp is designed to reinforce fundamental soccer skills and soccer specific fitness prior to the start of Middle School soccer season. Primary focus will be put on individual passing, dribbling, and shooting. The fitness portion will include speed and agility work.

Session: Tuesday-Thursday, July 31-August 2; 8:30 a.m. - 10:30 a.m.; $100


Volleyball Skills and Fitness Sharpener ST. MARY’S STUDENTS ONLY ENTERING GRADES 5TH -8TH

This mini camp is designed to reinforce fundamental volleyball skills and volleyball–specific fitness prior to the start of middle school volleyball season. Primary focus will be put on individual passing, setting, serving, and hitting. The fitness portion will include jump training as well as speed and agility work.

Session: Tuesday-Thursday, July 31-August 2; 6:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m.; $100


Basketball Skills and Fitness Sharpener ST. MARY’S STUDENTS ONLY ENTERING GRADES 5TH–8TH

This mini camp is designed to reinforce fundamental basketball skills and basketball-specific fitness prior to the start of Middle School basketball season. Primary focus will be put on individual shooting, passing, and dribbling. The fitness portion will include speed and agility work.

Session: Tuesday-Thursday, July 31-August 2 4:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m.; $100 


Bowling “FUN-damentals” ST. MARY’S STUDENTS ONLY ENTERING GRADES 7TH–9TH

Learn basic bowling skills such as approach, delivery, and follow-through from the head coach of St. Mary’s Bowling team. Topics will include choosing the right weight ball, coordinating hand and foot motion, aim, and scoring. This camp will be held at Billy Hardwick’s All Star Lanes. Transportation to and from this camp will not be provided by St. Mary’s staff.

Session: Monday- Friday, July 30-August 3; 10:00 a.m. – noon; $175 

Just For Fun

Spa Camp For girls entering grades 1st-5th

Mix it, make it, try it out and take it home. This hands-on ALL GIRLS camp uses spa activities to showcase Science and Art. Girls will be making Fizzy Bath Bombs, Sweet Lip Smackers and Yummy Face Masks to name a few. They’ll become clever spa scientists for the week as they learn about ingredients and how to combine them to make fun and fabulous pampering goodies. Each day will also include a daily spa craft. Girls will experiment with packaging and naming their concoctions in this spa-chemistry exploration – the end of the week is “Spa Pajama Day,” where girls will sample and share what they have made while wearing their favorite comfy pjs! It’s pure indulgence – and it’s Science!!!

Session: Monday-Friday, June 18-22; 9:00 a.m. - noon; $200


Battlebots For girls and boys entering grades 2nd-5th

Let’s get ready to rumble!! Greetings Bot Builders!! Battlebots camp will allow students the opportunity to design, build, program, and control their own battlebot and compete in head-to-head competitions. Students will work with multiple types of bots for their competitions and challenges each day of camp. Engineers will pound, smash, flip, rip, and destroy their opponents bot. Bring your game face...winner takes all!

Session: Monday-Friday, July 9-13; 9:00 a.m. - noon; $200


Spy Science Camp For girls and boys entering grades 2nd-6th

Campers will learn the science behind everything SPY in a clever mix of chemistry, physics, and biology. Activities include dusting for fingerprints, using microscopes to analyze evidence, extracting DNA, and writing in invisible ink. They will even build intruder alarms and learn to crack secret codes. This camp is a perfect fit for super-spies and scientists alike! Become a secret spy and take a fascinating journey into the world of forensic science. Don’t forget to bring the perfect disguise!

Session: Monday-Friday, July 23-27; noon - 3:00 p.m.; $200 

After 3 Care

Please complete and return the required registration forms below for all students attending our Enrichment Programs including After 3, special care days, and attending any classes offered in the brochure.

You must contact Kacie O'Kelley in the Pursuits office at 901.537.1415 or kokelley@stmarysschool.org to register for after school care. You may register for classes by clicking the "Register Online" button to access UltraCamp. If you have trouble logging-in, you may email Kacie to reset your password.

After 3

Our after school program is available for students from St. Mary’s Place (2 years) through 12th grade starting the first day of school in August and continuing every day school is in session unitl the last class day in May. All students receive a snack and engage in a wide range of activities including indoor and outdoor games, arts and crafts, reading, and free-time. After 3 care is from 3:15 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. All students must be picked-up promptly at 6:00 p.m.

Lower School students in grades 1st-5th have a designated homework time in a supervised, structured environment. We offer a variety of monthly care options to choose from.

St. Mary's Place Options

  • 5 days per week at $250 per month (August & December $125 per month)
  • 3 days per week at $210 per month (August & December $105 per month)

Options for PK-8TH

  • 5 days per week at $225 per month (August & December $112.50 per month)
  • 3 days per week at $195 per month (August & December $97.50 per month)

Daily drop-in fee: $20

Policies & Procedures

GENERAL INFORMATION

All policies and procedures expressed in the St. Mary’s Student Handbook apply to Enrichment Programming. All students must be fully potty trained to participate in any enrichment activity. Any questions should be addressed to the director.

To register online, please go to www.stmarysschool.org. When you click "register", you will be directed to our online registration system Ultra Camp. If you haven’t done so before, please create a complete profile for you and your child. You can register for classes, as well as make payments through this site. You may also contact Kacie O’Kelley (Enrichment Programs Business Manager) at kokelley@stmarysschool.org or 901-537-1415 for registration and to make payment.


COURSE FEES

A $25 deposit per class is required for registration. The $25 per-class deposit is applied toward the total class fee; it is not an additional fee. The deposit reserves a space for you child, and the remaining balance is due by the start date of the class. All deposits are non-refundable. Our program accepts Visa, MasterCard, Discover, and American Express, as well as checks and cash. St. Mary’s classes will not be prorated for any reason. Classes with insufficient enrollment are subject to cancellation with a full refund. Advance notice will be provided to those registered.

St. Mary's classes will not be prorated for any reason. A reservation must be canceled before the start date of the class to receive a refund. Dropping a class after the start date will be non-refundable.


BEHAVIORAL POLICY

Students are expected to adhere to the policies of St. Mary’s Episcopal School at all times while on campus. We reserve the right to dismiss from the program (without refund) any student whose behavior beomes unmanagable.


PICK-UP AUTHORIZATION

Only adults designated on the registration form will be allowed to pick up children from the program. Written authorization is required for pick up from someone other than those listed on the registration form. The parent or authorized adult to whom the child is being released must sign the child’s time sheet and record the time.


LATE FEE/PICK-UP POLICY

It is important that students be picked up promptly at the end of their classes. Children not picked up within 15 minutes of the end of class will be checked into our after school program and charged a drop-in fee.

Students should be picked up promptly at 6:00 p.m. Parents will be charged a fee of $2 per minute for the first 10 minutes. After 10 minutes, a late fee of $5 per minute will be charged. All late fees must be paid at the time of pick-up. If a student is picked-up late more than three times in a semester, St. Mary’s reserves the right to dismiss that student from the after school program.


 

IMPORTANT NUMBERS

Laura Hutton 537-1419
Director of Enrichment Programs

Rachael Scarbrough 537-3150
Enrichment Programming/Marketing Manager

Kacie O’Kelley 537-1415
Enrichment Programs Business Manager

Elizabeth Lytle 537-1485
Enrichment Programs Coordinator

After 3 Line 537-3149