St. Paul Lutheran School offers summer programming for children 15 months through fifth grade. Camps provide adventure and fun in a spiritual environment from the end of the school year through the second week of August.
15Months – PreK4
Kindergarten – 5th Grade
St. Paul Volleyball has some great camps this summer for girls entering grades 2-9. This is our 15th summer offering great developmental and fun camps for all skill levels from beginners to high school prep. St. Paul students will get 50% off the August camp to prepare for our school season! Click here for the registration form or go to www.StPaulVolleyball.com for complete information!
This camp will provide instruction for students in all phases of the game of Chess. It will be filled with fun activities, competition, historic figures of the game and game variations like team chess and Chess4. Students will learn about character through the Knight’s Code of Chilvary.
Camp Dates: July 10-14 & 17-21
Games of Strategy Camp
This camp will introduce students to many board games of skill. Games included are Battleship, Checkers, Connect Four, Othello, Stratego and the ultimate game of strategy — Chess.
Camp Dates: July 10-14
Click here to register for Chess Camps.
Several six-week long academic programs will be available this summer on SPLS’s campus. Ms. Debra Wagner, 4th grade teacher, is offering tutoring in both small group and individual settings. Small groups generally consist of 2-5 children so that instruction can be individualized. Children will be grouped according to their current reading or math abilities. Please contact Ms. Wagner with any questions. Click here to download a registration form.
"By far, the faculty member who has been a blessing to me the most is Mrs. Pahl. Mrs. Pahl has been a blessing to me in so many ways, like offering emotional support when I needed it most, and even praying with me when it seemed that there was no hope. She has helped me overcome so much, and I thank God that she taught me so much more than just social studies."
7 th Grade Student