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2018

ADVENTURES

ACADEMICS

ATHLE TICS

The St. Mary’s Academy’s Summer Experience provides opportunities for students to explore, learn, and play in an environment where friendship, fun, and curiosity are abundant.


ADVENTURES

The St. Mary’s Academy Summer Experience The St. Mary’s Academy Summer Experience contains six categories of camp experiences as briefly described below: • Summer Experience Theme-Based Program: designed for children entering grades PreK – 10th grade. • Imagination Station: Campers who are entering PreK will participate in Imagination Station. In this class, campers will discover fun themes and engaging activities around each theme. • Theme Camps: Campers who are entering Kindergarten – 5th grade can participate in Theme Camps. Campers can choose between two weekly schedules which run concurrently, but have different themes each day. For example, Schedule A will have themes such as Arts and Crafts, Adventures in Spanish, Follow That Ball, Things that Fly, and Ceramics, and Fun & Fitness. Schedule B will have themes such as Science Exploration, Adventures in Space, and Full Court Press. Fridays are fun days. The themes for Friday are activity-driven and may take campers off campus for activities. In addition, campers may choose full days or half days (am or pm). See pages 3-4. • Specials: Campers who are entering 6th – 10th grade can participate in Specials Classes. These include Robotics, Drone Discovery, Astronomy Club, Escape Room, 9th Grade Survival Training, etc. Each class lasts 2.5 hours. After lunch, the campers have a choice between spending the afternoon at local swimming pools, mini-golf, water parks, other excursions, or going home. Students will travel by bus to each location. See page 5. • Academic Classes: Campers who are entering K - 9th grade can participate in Academic Classes which include math, foreign language, writing classes, and “boot camps” and are available for a variety of grades. See pages 6 - 7. • Outdoor Adventures at St. Mary’s Academy: Campers entering 6th – 10th grade may participate in Outdoor Adventures. See page 8. • Sports Camps: Campers entering grades K – 12th grade may participate in Sports Camps which include: Field Hockey, Cross Country, Lacrosse, Soccer, and All American Volleyball. See pages 9-10.

Grades PreK–K

IMAGINATION STATION (Sessions I – V) Calling students entering PreK! Are you ready to make friends while being immersed in exciting project-based adventures? Two JK teachers will offer five, one-week sessions structured around 20 different themes. The curriculum will be based on sensory, art, writing, reading, cooking, block-building and movement activities, along with plenty of outdoor play. Some fun summer reading and writing practice will be infused into each theme! Cost: $350/Full Day Session 8:30 – 2:30

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SESSION I JUNE 18–22

SESSION II JUNE 25–29

SESSION III JULY 9–13

SESSION IV JULY 16–20

SESSION V JULY 23–27


THEME CAMP EXAMPLES Grades K–2 and 3–5; Sessions I - V; $350/Full Day Session; $180/Half Day Session (am or pm) CRAFTS AND MORE CRAFTS Ideas from Pinterest and other sources will be used to find and create a variety of craft projects that you can show off to all of your family and friends. Join us and let’s Craft On.

ADVENTURES IN SPANISH Summer Spanish is an awesome opportunity for your child to experience their first exposure to Spanish. You will learn useful phrases through games, hands-on activities, apps, singing, and dancing. This is a great beginning for your child to gain an insight into the Spanish language and culture.

A YARD FULL OF FUN Have a great time making a bird feeder, stepping stones, painted terra cotta pots, wind chimes and more. Enjoy your yard this summer with some of your own special creations. WEARABLE ART Make wearable, hang-able, and touchable crafts from a wide variety of resources. You’ll be making everything from New Age Gods Eyes, imprinted washer necklaces, and funky scarfs. LATCH HOOK CREATIONS You will learn how to latch Hook and make a rug or even a pillow. Bring your creativity and create a work of art. CERAMICS FOR KIDS You’ll be introduced to wheel throwing, surface decoration and glaze application. No experience necessary. THINGS THAT FLY If it flies, you’ll explore it, design it, or make it. Examples include paper airplanes, pop rockets, and soaring Diet Coke and Mentos to mention a few. BUILD IT! Build bridges, towers and other amazing structures from a variety of fun materials including: Legos, popcicle sticks, K’nex and salt dough.

MATH GAMES GALORE (Session I, III, IV & V) You will reinforce math concepts and build your math skills through fun games. Expect to learn and play at the same time.

ADVENTURES

SCHEDULE A:

GAME TIME Learn card games, board games and many more. If you have the time, we have the game. YOGA (Session I & II) Practice individually and with partners. Themes are new each day and include journaling, videos, nature walks, and creating a flow to teach the group. YOGA AND MEDITATION Yoga is beneficial for all ages. This is a yoga class for all youth levels, helping to support strength, agility, and flexibility. This session will also incorporate fun games, upbeat music, and unique movement to keep the energy high. Yoga is a great way to prepare your body and mind for both inside the classroom and out on the playing field. SPRINKLER FUN Run through the sprinklers on the soccer field and have ice cream afterwards. FOLLOW THAT BALL If it bounces, flies or rolls, you will see it in this fun and exciting part of your day. Basketball, volleyball, soccer & flag football are a few examples of sports/games you will play. SWIM & STUFF Each day will be a new adventure. From mini golf, swimming and challenge courses you will spend each afternoon at an off-campus location filled with a lot of fun. WATERCOLOR Paint beautiful sunrises and sunsets, ocean scenes and running rivers. You will have the chance to choose from a number of still life set-ups and possibly do a self-portrait using watercolor paint.

SESSION I JUNE 18–22

SESSION II JUNE 25–29

SESSION III JULY 9–13

SESSION IV JULY 16–20

SESSION V JULY 23–27

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THEME CAMP EXAMPLES ADVENTURES

Grades K–2 and 3–5;Sessions I - V; $350/Full Day Session; $180/Half Day Session (am or pm)

SCHEDULE B: ADVENTURES IN SPACE Experience life on other planets, comets, and aliens. THINGS THAT FLY If it flies, you’ll explore it, design it, or make it. Examples include paper airplanes, pop rockets, and soaring Diet Coke and Mentos to mention a few. ADVENTURES IN SPANISH Summer Spanish is an awesome opportunity for your child to experience their first exposure to Spanish. You will learn useful phrases through games, hands-on activities, apps, singing, and dancing. This is a great beginning for your child to gain an insight into the Spanish language and culture. KITES, BUBBLES AND THE SUN Enjoy making and flying kites, developing the best bubble blowing solution, going on a bug hunt and much more. GAME TIME Learn card games, board games and many more. If you have the time, we have the game. BUILD IT! Build bridges, towers and other amazing structures from a variety of fun materials including: Legos, popcicle sticks, K’nex and salt dough. MATH GAMES GALORE (Sessions I, III, IV & V) You will reinforce math concepts and build your math skills through fun games. Expect to learn and play at the same time.

CERAMICS FOR KIDS You’ll be introduced to wheel throwing, surface decoration and glaze application. No experience necessary. YOGA AND MEDITATION Yoga is beneficial for all ages. This is a yoga class for all youth levels, helping to support strength, agility, and flexibility. This session will also incorporate fun games, upbeat music, and unique movement to keep the energy high. Yoga is a great way to prepare your body and mind for both inside the classroom and out on the playing field. ARCHERY Learn the basic skills of archery with an emphasis on proper terminology, rules and safety. All equipment is provided. THAT’S GROSS You will learn the meaning of the word disgusting. You will prepare recipes with gross ingredients that can actually be eaten. You will also make and take home things like fake blood, slime. You’ll have a real ghoulish, rotten time. SWIM & STUFF Each day will be a new adventure. From putt-putt golf, swimming and challenge courses you will spend each afternoon at an off-campus location filled with a lot of fun. SPRINKLER FUN Run through the sprinklers on the soccer field and have ice cream afterwards.

FULL COURT PRESS Refine your basketball skills by learning new techniques. Learn to shoot better, move better and be the best player you can be. SCIENCE EXPLORATION Do you want to make really great- looking fake blood or edible barf? Then come learn the recipes for creating all things ooey, gooey, slippery and slimy. You’ll also build volcanoes and make them erupt! A YARD FULL OF FUN Have a great time making a bird feeder, stepping stones, painted terra cotta pots, wind chimes and more. Enjoy your yard this summer with some of your own special creations.

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SESSION I JUNE 18–22

SESSION II JUNE 25–29

SESSION III JULY 9–13

SESSION IV JULY 16–20

SESSION V JULY 23–27


Specials - Weekly Classes: Grades 6-10

COOKIN’ IN THE KITCHEN You’ll learn about healthy eating, daily nutrition and cook up some wonderful dishes. Let’s cook it up! Cost: $175 Half Day All Sessions 8:30 – 11:30 am

PHOTOGRAPHY Students will explore the history and evolution of photography as a medium, while learning the fundamentals of photographic composition, basic camera operation, and alternative processes. Both digital and traditional methods of picture making will be utilized during two field trips. Students may use their personal smart phones (iPhone 5 or newer), iPad (iPad Air), or Dsir camera for digital assignments. Polaroid cameras will be provided by instructor. Cost: $175 Half Day; 10 student maximum per session; Session I and II June 18–22 & June 25-29 Morning Session: 9:00 - ­11:00 am Afternoon Session: 12:45 - 2:30 pm

ADVENTURES

9th GRADE SURVIVAL TRAINING This class is designed for all incoming ninth grade students to develop skills required by students throughout their ninth grade classes including: • Computer set-up (email, Google Classroom 101, Google Sites, etc.) • Reading Strategies • Note-taking strategies • Research strategies and Works Cited page • Support with summer reading for 9th grade classes • Key elements from our “How to Have a Successful Ninth Grade Year” document. Cost: $175 Half Day; Grade 9 only Session V July 23 - 27 8:30 – 11:30 am

AFTERNOON PROGRAM Students will travel by bus to off-campus locations to swim, play mini-golf, and many other activities. Cost: $175 Half Day All Sessions 12:00 - ­2:30 pm

ESCAPE ROOM Create a series of “Escape Room” challenges for MS and HS students. A physical adventure game where participants are placed into a room and have to use teamwork along with elements of the room to solve a series of puzzles, find clues, and escape the room within a set time limit. Cost: $175 Half Day All Sessions 8:30 – 11:30 am DRONE DISCOVERY Using small drones indoors, students will build and program them to compete in obstacle courses and races. Cost: $175 Half Day All Sessions 8:30 – 11:30 am ROBOTICS In this class you will learn how to build and program the LEGO Mindstorms NXT robots, the coolest robot available. You will use your new skills to meet such challenges as: reacting to intruders, moving objects to different locations, stinging an intruder with a robot tail, or beating your opponent in Battle-Bots. You will also learn to use different types of robotic sensors and robotic programming. If you have some Lego robotics experience or none at all, you will have the opportunity to learn new techniques that will make you a better robot builder, programmer, and problem solver. *Robots are for use by students in class only. The robots are expensive and students will not be able to take them home. Cost: $175 Half Day Session II July 9 - 13 8:30 – 11:30 am

SESSION I JUNE 18–22

SESSION II JUNE 25–29

SESSION III JULY 9–13

SESSION IV JULY 16–20

SESSION V JULY 23–27

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ACADEMICS

Mathematics

Writing

COUNT ME IN...MATH CAMP Count Me In is a math enrichment program. Our Count Me In camp is designed to provide a place for students of all ability levels to practice, create, and compete in math in a unique and supportive setting. Plan on games, activities, and hands-on learning fun. Instructor: Darla Hamilton. Age Group: • Entering 5th grade; Cost $225 Session V July 23 – 27 8:30 – 11:30 am • Entering 2nd - 3rd grade; Cost $170 Session V July 23 – 27 12:00 – 2:30 pm

2018 GET IT IN WRITING! The Persuasive Essay Booster Course is a simple way to master the basic format of every paper your student will have to write—from now through college and beyond. These seminarstyle classes give each student individual help necessary to rapidly improve his or her daily class composition. The course is taught by Ann Ferrell, an Adjunct Professor of English at Community College of Denver. She has also taught at Regis University, Metropolitan State College of Denver, and Red Rocks Community College. Cost: $200 Age Group: • Students entering grades 6 – 7: Session III* July 9 – 12 9:00 am – 12:00 pm • Students entering grade 8 - 9: Session III* July 9 – 12 12:30 - 3:30 pm *four days only

ALGEBRA I READINESS This camp is for those students in Middle School (incoming 8th gradeers or advanced incoming 7th graders) who need to review or practice basic algebra strategies to ensure future success in Algebra I. It will benefit students who were using the Saxon textbook or taking a Pre-Algebra course in 7th grade. This class will include a review of fractions, decimals and percent, order of operations, equations - inequality and absolute value solving, ratios, integers, squares and roots, graphing, and an introduction to linear functions. Each week will cover different topics. Instructor: Michael Pattison – SMA 8th Grade Math Teacher. (Minimum of 5 students) Cost: $150/week. Students may sign up for one week or both weeks. Session IV July 16 – 20 8:30 - 10:00 am Session V July 23 - 27 8:30 - 10:00 am ALGEBRA I This camp is for incoming 7th grade or 8th grade students who will be taking Algebra I next year. Students will be introduced to expressions, equations & functions, linear functions, equations of linear functions, linear inequalities, systems of linear equations & inequalities, exponents & exponential functions, factoring polynomials, quadratic expressions & equations, quadratic functions & equations, word problems, and radical functions. Each week will cover different topics. Instructor: Mr. Michael Pattison – SMA 8th Grade Math Teacher. (Minimum of 5 students) Cost: $150/week. Students may sign up for one week or both weeks. Session IV July 16 – 20 10:30 am - 12 pm Session V July 23 - 27 10:30 am - 12 pm

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SESSION I JUNE 18–22

SESSION II JUNE 25–29

Foreign Language ADVENTURES IN SPANISH Summer Adventure in Spanish is an awesome opportunity for your child to experience their first exposure to Spanish. It is designed for students entering grades K – 5. We will learn useful phrases through games, hands-on activities, apps, singing, and dancing. This is a great beginning for your child to gain an insight into the Spanish language and culture. Cost: $150/week; Grades K–5 Session I June 18 - 22 8:30 – 10:00 am Session II June 25 - 29 8:30 - 10:00 am Session III July 9 - 13 8:30 - 10:00 am SPANISH Are you new to SMA? If you have not taken a Spanish class before or think you would like to review beginning Spanish, come and join us. Let’s learn Spanish in a fun way. Cost: $150/week; Grades 4–6 Session I June 18 - 22 11:00 am - 12:30 pm Session II June 25 - 29 11:00 am - 12:30 pm PRIVATE TUTORING IN FRENCH Times to be agreed upon by tutor and student. Cost: $50/hour. Contact Steve Mayfield to schedule at 303-783-6217.

SESSION III JULY 9–13

SESSION IV JULY 16–20

SESSION V JULY 23–27


Summer Boot Camp

6TH GRADE SUMMER LANGUAGE ARTS BOOT CAMP This daily two-week program will review language arts readiness skills most needed for incoming 6th graders. It is designed to keep students engaged in academics over the summer and preview the middle school language arts expectations for the upcoming year. Summer reading assignments will be discussed; however, the books do not have to be completely read before camp. Writing assignments during boot camp will help prepare students to complete the summer writing assignments independently. Finally, this camp is designed to introduce your child to St. Mary’s Academy classmates and build familiarity with the campus environment. It is offered in conjunction with the 6th Grade Math Boot Camp and designed only for incoming SMA 6th graders. Students can take one or both. Cost: $250/camp Session IV and V July 16 – 27 10:00 – 11:30 am

7TH GRADE SUMMER MATH BOOT CAMP This daily two-week program will review math readiness skills most needed for students entering the 7th grade in the fall. It is designed keep students engaged in academics over the summer and preview the middle school math expectations for the upcoming year. Summer math homework worksheets and on-line quizzes will be addressed and ready for students to complete on their own. It is offered in conjunction with the 7th Grade Language Arts Boot Camp. Students can take one or both. Cost $250/camp Session IV and V July 16 – 27 10:00 – 11:30 am

ACADEMICS

6TH GRADE SUMMER MATH BOOT CAMP This daily two-week program will review math readiness skills most needed for incoming 6th graders. It is designed to keep students engaged in academics over the summer and preview the middle school math expectations for the upcoming year. Summer math homework worksheets and on-line quizzes will be addressed and ready for students to complete on their own. Finally, this camp is designed to introduce your child to St. Mary’s Academy classmates and build familiarity with the campus environment. It is offered in conjunction with the 6th Grade Language Arts Boot Camp and designed only for incoming SMA 6th graders. Students can take one or both. Cost: $250/camp Session IV and V July 16 – 27 8:30 – 10:00 am

7TH GRADE SUMMER LANGUAGE ARTS BOOT CAMP This daily two-week program will review language arts readiness skills most needed for students entering 7th grade in the fall. It is designed to keep students engaged in academics over the summer and preview the middle school language arts expectations for the upcoming year. Summer reading assignments will be discussed; however, the books do not have to be completely read before camp. Writing assignments during boot camp will help prepare students to complete the summer writing assignments on their own. It is offered in conjunction with the 7th Grade Math Boot Camp. Students can take one or both. Cost $250/camp Session IV and V July 16 – 27 8:30 – 10:00 am

BOOT CAMP INSTRUCTOR: Meg Tobler is a licensed elementary education teacher in the state of Colorado. She received her Bachelor’s Degree in Diversified Liberal Arts from the University of San Diego and her Master’s Degree in Instructional Technology from the University of Colorado at Denver. She has spent the last twenty-three years in different aspects of education; five years as a middle school math teacher and the last three years as a learning specialist tutoring students in math. Renee Cella graduated cum laude from Benedictine College with a BA in English and secondary education, She has taught both high school and middle school. Renee loves exploring and teaching all aspects of language arts and literature. Best of all, she “gets” middle schoolers and she thinks they are very cool!

SESSION I JUNE 18–22

SESSION II JUNE 25–29

SESSION III JULY 9–13

SESSION IV JULY 16–20

SESSION V JULY 23–27

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ADVENTURES

OUTDOOR ADVENTURES AT ST. MARY’S ACADEMY If you have an interest in the outdoors, then this course is right up your alley, or perhaps trail. Outdoorsman Michael Koral will lead a one of a kind, outdoor adventure program at the SMA Summer Experience this summer. This program will include white water rafting (dependent on weather conditions), hiking, and canoeing. The coolest part is that campers will be exploring areas like Denver, Golden, Boulder, and Idaho Springs, and still be home in time for dinner. What makes this program unique is that campers do not just hike, they learn about outdoor adventure skills while they hike. Over the course of this one-week adventure, campers will acquire skills such as cooking in the outdoors, orienteering, changing a bike tire, pitching a tent, and the importance of “leave no trace.” Over the years, Michael Koral has learned and utilized these skills while doing weeklong camping trips in the Rocky Mountains of Colorado, New York’s Adirondack Mountains, and he has also acquired vital knowledge through the completion of numerous marathons and an Ironman Triathlon. Michael has a great passion for educating the leaders of tomorrow and has been teaching physical education for the past 6 years. The great outdoors is truly a special gift that we are lucky enough to have right in our backyard so come join Michael on a fun-filled adventure. You must be physically fit for this class. Cost for this experience is $400 ; Grades 6–10 Session I June 18 - 22 8:30 am - 2:15 pm Session II June 25 - 29 8:30 am - 2:15 pm Session III July 9 - 13 8:30 am - 2:15 pm Session IV July 16 - 20 8:30 am - 2:15 pm

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SESSION I JUNE 18–22

SESSION II JUNE 25–29

SESSION III JULY 9–13

SESSION IV JULY 16–20

SESSION V JULY 23–27


2018 Wildcat Sports Camps The coaching staff is comprised of highly qualified St. Mary’s Academy head coaches, assistant coaches and former SMA varsity athletes who are competing at the collegiate level. SMA CO-ED YOUTH SOCCER SCHOOL The SMA Youth Soccer School provides a unique opportunity for any player entering grade K – 8 interested in participating in an enjoyable, fast-paced, and progressive soccer environment. Each player will engage in a robust, fun, and integrated curriculum, which includes development in the technical (ball mastery, dribbling, distribution, reception, and shooting), tactical (dynamics and execution of small-group play in 1v1, 2v2, 3v3, and 4v4 environments), physical (coordination, balance, speed, agility, aerobic, flexibility, and injury prevention) and psychological (communication, emotional and adversity management, accountability, positive-mindset, and sportsmanship) aspects of the game. Each participant will receive a SMA Youth Soccer School shirt as well as a general player assessment at the end of the camp. For more information on the SMA Youth Soccer School, please contact Sean Kelty, SMA HS Varsity Girls Coach at vsoccer@ smanet.org. Come join us! Cost: Morning Only $160, All Day $230; Grade K - 8 Session I June 18–22 9am–12pm Optional for Grade 4 - 8: 1:00 – 3:00 pm

SMA GIRLS SOCCER SCHOOL An extension of the SMA Youth Soccer School, the SMA Girls Soccer School is an advanced environment for any player (entering grades 8 – 12) interested in progressing within the game in a professional, enjoyable, and developmental environment. , each player will engage in a powerful curriculum that promotes the appropriate intensity, consistency, and expectation each high school athlete desires. Areas of focus include technical development (advanced ball mastery, functional distribution and reception environments, and individual/team finishing), tactical play (possession, attacking, and defensive principles in both small-group and team environments), performance training (speed, agility, power, strength, aerobic, flexibility, and injury prevention) as well as psychological development (communication, emotional and adversity management, expectation/preparation, accountability, growth/positive-mindset, commitment, and leadership). During each lunch break throughout the week a coach from the SMA Girls Soccer School Coaching Staff will lead a presentation and active discussion on a topic pertinent and relevant to the high school athlete. Topics will include, but not be limited to, the collegiate recruitment process, nutrition, pre-training/match and post-training/match routines, conflict resolution, and growth/positive mindset. Also, each participant will receive a SMA Girls Soccer School shirt as well as a general player assessment at the end of the camp. For more information on the SMA Girls Soccer School, please contact Sean Kelty, SMA HS Varsity Girls Soccer Coach at vsoccer@smanet.org. Come join us. Cost: $250; Grade 8 – 12 Session IV July 16 – 20 9 am - 3 pm

ATHLETICS

Wildcat Sports Camps offer you an intense and energetic experience full of skill development and game experience. Campers will participate in sessions to improve all aspects of their game including: fundamental skills and techniques, offensive/defensive concepts, and team play. Sportsmanship and fun serve as the cornerstone of our coaching in helping all athletes take their game to the next level.

SMA SOCCER CAMP INSTRUCTOR: Sean Kelty is the SMA HS Varsity Soccer Girls Coach and a USSF and NSCAA licensed professional. He is the owner of Premier Soccer Development Academy, a non-profit organization focused and devoted to the development and progression of each constituent within the game of soccer.

SESSION I JUNE 18–22

SESSION II JUNE 25–29

SESSION III JULY 9–13

SESSION IV JULY 16–20

SESSION V JULY 23–27

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ATHLETICS SMA MS & HS CO-ED FIELD HOCKEY CAMP St. Mary’s Academy’s field hockey camp is open to students of all abilities from beginners to varsity players entering grades 6 – 12. The camp will be coached by Sarah Jacobs, Varsity coach, and Sara Knetemann, JV coach. We will be working on basic skills and fundamentals, field awareness, positioning, and game like scenarios. This camp is designed to get you ready for preseason! Cost: $185; Grades 6–12 August 6 – 9 8:30 am – 11:00 am SMA MS & HS GIRLS LACROSSE CAMP St. Mary Academy’s lacrosse camp is ope to students of all abilities from beginners to varsity players entering grades 6 – 12. The camp will be coached by Persy Sample, Varsity coach. The focus will be working on basic skills and fundamentals, field awareness, positioning, and game-like scenarios. This camp is designed to get you excited about the game of lacrosse as well as learning new athletic strategies and skills that will help you in any sport. Cost $215; Grades 6 – 12 Session III July 9 – 13 8:30 am – 11:00 am

SMA ALL AMERICAN GIRLS VOLLEYBALL CAMP Join SMA coaches and the elite All American coaching staff for an exciting week of volleyball camp. All high school players and 8th graders with previous playing experience are welcome. Space is limited so please register in advance. Cost: $230; Grades 8 – 12 August 6 – 8 8:30 am - 2:15 pm CROSS COUNTRY STRENGTH AND CONDITIONING CAMP This camp is open to students entering grades 6 – 12 who are able to complete a run of 1.5 miles without stopping. The camp will be coached by Donna Miller, Varsity Coach for the HS Cross Country team and Karen Bedard, MS Cross Country coach. Camp will combine running workouts with strength and conditioning exercises designed to give the participant everything they need to literally hit the ground running strong and confident when pre-season begins. Cost: $185; Grades 6 – 12 August 6 – 9 8:30 am - 10:30 am

* All Sports Camp participants receive a t-shirt.

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SESSION I JUNE 18–22

SESSION II JUNE 25–29

SESSION III JULY 9–13

SESSION IV JULY 16–20

SESSION V JULY 23–27


SESSION I JUNE 18–22

SESSION II JUNE 25–29

SESSION III JULY 9–13

SESSION IV JULY 16–20

SESSION V JULY 23–27

Registration Worksheet CAMP

REGISTRATION

Imagination Station (I - V)

COST

SCHEDULE/CLASS

$350

Theme Camps (I - V) Kindergarten – 2nd Grade Half Day (am) $180 Half Day (pm) $180

SESSION(S) TIME

TOTAL COST

_____________ 8:30 - 2:15

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Please note Schedule A or B _____________ ___________________ ___________________ _____________ 8:30 - 11:00 ___________________ _____________ 11:30 - 2:15

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$350

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$35

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*EDC pm $150 ___________________ _____________ 2:15 - 5:30 3rd - 5th Grade

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Full Day

*EDC am

Half Day (am)

$180

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_____________ 8:30 - 11:00

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Half Day (pm)

$180

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_____________ 11:30 - 2:15

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Full Day (am or pm)

$350

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$35

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*EDC pm Specials (Sessions Vary)

$150

___________________ Name of Class

_____________ 2:15 - 5:30

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AM

$175

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_____________ 8:30 - 11:30

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PM

$175

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Academics (Sessions Vary)

Name of Class

Count Me In Math - 5th grade

$225

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Session V

8:30 - 11:30

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Count Me In Math - 2nd-3rd grade $170

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Session V

12:00 - 2:15

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Algebra Readiness

$150

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8:30 - 10:00

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Algebra I

$150

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10:30 - 12:00

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Writing

$200

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Session III

see page 6

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Adventures in Spanish

$150

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8:30 - 10:00

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Spanish

$150

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1:00 - 12:30

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Academic Boot Camps

$250

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Session IV and V

see page 7

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Outdoor Adventures

$400

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*EDC am

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Sports Camps (Sessions Vary) SMA Coed Youth Soccer School

Morning

$160

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9:00 - 12:00

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All Day

$230

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9:00 - 3:00

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$250

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9:00 - 3:00

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SMA Coed Fld Hockey Camp $185

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8:30 - 11:00

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SMA Girls Lacrosse Camp

$215

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8:30 - 11:00

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SMA All American Volleyball $230

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8:30 - 2:15

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SMA Girls Soccer School

SMA Cross Country Camp $185 ___________________ _____________ 8:30 - 10:30 OPTIONAL: $25 donation to the SMA Summer Experience Scholarship Fund TOTAL

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ALL CLASSES HAVE A MAXIMUM ENROLLMENT AND WILL BE FILLED ON A FIRST-COME, FIRST-SERVED BASIS. COURSES WITH INSUFFI CIENT ENROLLMENT WILL BE CANCELED. *Extended Day Center provides a well-supervised, caring atmosphere for children 5 - 12. Children are enrolled for one-week sessions: Monday - Friday during Sessions I - V. Children may come on a drop-in basis with prior arrangement. The drop-in rate is $10/hour, payable in advance. Late pickup fee is $10 per 15 minutes.

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Registration In case of medical emergency, I hereby give my permission to St. Mary’s Academy to obtain medical attention for my child. I also give my permission for my child to go on field trips supervised by a member of the SMA Summer Experience staff. I give permission to St. Mary’s Academy to photograph my child in a summer activity and to publish in print and/or online such photo(s) and student name(s) for promotional or publicity purposes. ___________________________________________ Signature of parent or guardian

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SMA SUMMER EXPERIENCE 2018 REGISTRATION FORM

REGISTRATION

Total for all classes $ ______________. Please make check payable to St. Mary’s Academy.

Fill out ONE registration form per student. Photocopies are acceptable. Deadline to enroll: May 19, 2018 Name ________________________________________ Address _______________________________________________ City ________________________________ Zip ________________ Phone _______________________________________ School presently attending ________________________________ Age _______________ Grade entering in fall ________ Name of parent(s):_____________________________________________________________________________________ Business Phone: _________________________________ Emergency Contact: ___________________________________ E-mail address: _______________________________________________________________________________________ How did you hear about the SMA Summer Experience? ________________________________________________________

PAYMENT/REFUND POLICY: Registration must be paid in full at time of registration. A full refund will be made if a class is canceled. A 75% refund will be given when WRITTEN notice of withdrawal is received no later than three weeks prior to the first day of class. No refunds will be made for withdrawal later than three weeks before the first day of class. NON-PAYMENT OF FEES DOES NOT CONSTITUTE WITHDRAWAL. Students attending schools other than St. Mary’s Academy need to supply medical records at the time of registration. Copies of school medical records are acceptable. A class schedule will be given to you on or before the first day of class.Your registration will be confirmed by email upon receipt of registration materials. Orientation letter will be mailed out weekly beginning the day after the registration deadline. TUITION FOR THE SMA SUMMER EXPERIENCE CANNOT BE PRORATED FOR ANY SESSIONS. Detach this entire last page and mail the completed form with check to:

Steve Mayfield––SMA Summer Experience 2018 St. Mary’s Academy 4545 South University Boulevard Englewood, CO 80113-6059 Phone: 303-783-6217

Invite your friends to take a look at the course offerings posted on our website and to download copies of the registration form. The St. Mary’s Academy website is stmarys.academy.

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SESSION I JUNE 18–22

SESSION II JUNE 25–29

SESSION III JULY 9–13

SESSION IV JULY 16–20

SESSION V JULY 23–27

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