UPDATE (April 6th): All of our 2021 Summer Camp slots are currently full.
Summertime is coming, and with it, time for lots of fun! St. Luke’s June camps extend our great programming and enthusiasm three weeks closer to summer vacation!
Campers should wear comfortable play clothes and sneakers (no crocs or sandals). Campers will be grouped by age; older children will move between classrooms and outdoor activities throughout the day to keep them engaged!
Each week of camp has its own theme, and families can sign up for any or all camps. We look forward to having your child participate. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact the school office at 703-765-6699 or via email at stlukesdayschoolVA@gmail.com.
Registration is now open to current St. Luke’s Day School students.
Space is limited; when we reach capacity, we will maintain a wait list.
Families registered for the 2020-2021 school year may register starting February 10th; outside families may register starting April 1st, if spots remain.
2021 Summer Camps:
Registration – $10 per camp
Camp – $200 per week
9:30 am – 1:00 pm
Extended care is available each day until 4pm, for $10 per hour. Sign up sheets for extended care will be posted on the first day of camp.
Pack a bag lunch and the children will eat at 12:30. Please note that SLDS is a nut-free school.
Week One: Tuesday, May 25 – Friday, May 28
Pirates in Space: ARRRRGH Maytes! Grab ye eye patch & space suit & join us as we hunt for treasure amongst the stars and planets. The little land lubbers will channel their inner pirate and complete a variety of activities that will get them one step closer to the treasure buried deep in our galaxy.
Week Two: Tuesday, June 1 – Friday, June 4
Reading with Rainbow Fish: Your little one will join us on an author study of Marcus Pfister and his beloved character of Rainbow Fish! Join us on an adventure of exploring friendship, kindness, and sharing with others.
Week Three: Tuesday, June 7 – Friday, June 11
Rainforest Rumble: Whether they are climbing in the trees with the monkeys or learning about the water cycle and why it is so important, our little explores will have fun exploring the habitats of the rainforest. These little scientists compare, & contrast the different rainforest animals and themed habitats.