Summer Enrichment Program

About the Eagle Prep Summer Enrichment Program
St. Edmund Prep’s Summer Enrichment Program provides a unique and exciting opportunity for rising 6th, 7th, and 8th graders to enjoy fun, hands-on activities while learning about topics and ideas in which they are interested. Our young Eagles can choose from two topics for each of the three sessions in the day. Each day students will learn about dynamic concepts and engage in fun lessons taught by knowledgeable SEP teachers. We believe that young minds should be challenged with engaged learning environments, opportunities to grow their faith and character and opportunities to be creative and innovative all while learning how to be a servant leader. Sign up today to meet new friends, learn about a wide range of exciting topics, and have an amazing two-week experience. 
Teaching Staff
Each topic will be taught by a member of SEP’s outstanding faculty and staff. Each instructor is highly educated, skilled, and knowledgeable in both the background of each topic and best practices of teaching and engaging students. Classes will be small, and students will be provided group and individualized instruction. 
A Day at our Eagle Prep Enrichment Program
8:45 am - Drop-off opens
9:00 am - 9:10 am – Morning meeting
9:15 am - 10:15 am – Choose 1 – either STEM or Drama
10:20 am - 11:20 am – Choose 1 – either Coding or Physical Fitness
11:25 am - 12:00 pm – Lunch (students bring their own lunch)
12:05 pm - 1:05 pm – Choose 1 – either Art/Design or Creative Writing
1:10 pm - 2:00 pm – Service project and recreational time
The concession stand will be open throughout the day for the purchase of snacks and drinks.
July 22-July 26
July 29-August 2
9:00 am to 2:00 pm.
Drop-off begins at 8:45 am
We encourage families to take advantage of both weeks but we understand that some families may only be able to participate for one week. 
Week 1 - $300
Week 2 - $250
Hands on STEM activities that include making catapults, magnetic slime, making circuits with LED lights, building a space lander. 

Theater games, improv and vocals will all be practiced as campers work to create their own mini production. 

Coding games, debugging, using HTML to create a web page, learning the basics of popular coding languages like Python
Physical Fitness 
Our young Eagles will participate in Yoga, pickleball, badminton, circuit training, team building activities
Art and Design
An introduction to Tinkercad, 3d printing, craft design will intrigue and inspire. 
Creative Writing
Mini workshops on the various types of creative writing will prepare our young Eagles to create a mini literary magazine.
Service Project
Young Eagles will be given an opportunity to learn what it means to be a men and women for others by participating in a project that will serve the greater community. 

What is the dress code?
Participants should wear casual comfortable clothes and shoes. T-shirts, shorts, and sneakers are ideal. Revealing clothing is not allowed.  

Where will the sessions be held?
Sessions will be held mostly in classrooms, labs, and our gym.  Each of these areas is air conditioned and provides appropriate space for students to learn, have fun, and interact. Our young Eagles will eat lunch in the student cafeteria, which is also air conditioned.
Do participants need to bring their own Chromebook?
After registering, you will be sent an email with details about each class. In general, all necessary equipment will be provided.
How does the medical form work?
After registering you will receive an email with the forms attached. Please fill these forms out an email them to [email protected] by no later than June 15th.
When will registration close?
Registration will be on a first come, first serve basis. We hope to keep sessions small so we will close each specific activity once it reaches its limit.   We encourage participants to register early to secure their preferred sessions.

Are all sessions guaranteed to run?
We anticipate being able to run all activities but do reserve the ability to cancel a particular session if there is insufficient registration.  We will inform parents of potential cancellations. 
How will lunch work?
Participants should bring a pre-packed lunch in a lunchbox or brown bag that is labeled with their name and able to keep contents cold and fresh. They will keep this with them during the morning and bring it to lunch with them.

Will there be snacks?
Yes, an assortment of drinks and snacks will be available for purchase from concession throughout the day and at lunch
What is your cell phone policy?
Participant personal cell phones are highly discouraged.  Participants will be permitted to keep phones with them but expected to have them away for the duration of each program session. During lunch we will encourage participants to engage in conversation with their peers.
When is drop off and pick up?  Is transportation available?
Participants may be dropped off starting at 8:45 AM and pick up will being at 2:00 PM. Students must identify the caregiver picking them up and each caregiver must be on file and provide a valid picture ID if requested. We are not able to provide transportation.
Is there a refund policy?
  • If a student withdraws prior to June 1st a $150 processing fee will be withheld and remainder of the registration payment will be refunded.
  • If the student withdraws between June 1st and June 15th, half of the registration fee will be refunded.
  • We are not able to refund any registration fees after June 15th.
If you would like more information about our Summer Enrichment Program, feel free to contact St. Edmund Prep at any time with your questions. Please contact Mrs. Allison McGinnis at [email protected]
Allison McGinnis