Summer Camps & Programs
St. Louis University High offers a wide variety of summer programs for both grade school and high school students. Summer programs include:
An intensive, full-day, four-week summer program for boys who have completed the 7th grade. The Upward Bound curriculum focuses on writing skills, mathematics and time management with particular attention to study skills. The program serves boys between 7th and 8th grade whose teachers and test scores suggest that they could be achieving better grades. The program is not remedial, nor is it intended as enrichment. We seek students who are willing to devote four weeks of their summer to improving their study skills and who are likely to enroll in a college preparatory curriculum but are not currently achieving their potential.
For more information, download the Upward Bound flyer, nomination form and calendar below (Adobe Acrobat Reader is required), or contact Mr. Chuck Hussung, Principal of Upward Bound, by e-mail at email@example.com or by phone at (314) 531-0330 x2010.
As sample of students' work in 2012, here is a copy of the Upward Bound newspaper:
DOWNLOAD: Upward Bound Newspaper (pdf, 4.04MB)
Summer Enrichment for Boys and Girls who have Completed 6th Grade
For grade school students (both boys and girls) between the 6th and 7th grade, SLUH offers two four-week enrichment classes. Each class meets each weekday for 90 minutes. The current course offerings are "Novels about Growing Up" and "Physics." To be eligible for these courses, students must have a "B" average or higher on their 6th grade report cards, and standardized test scores in the 80th percentile or higher in the relevant areas. Applications are available on this Web site beginning in January each year. For more information, contact Mr. Frank Kovarik at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Summer Enrichment for Boys and Girls who have Completed 7th Grade
For boys and girls between the 7th and 8th grade, SLUH offers three four-week enrichment classes. Each class meets weekdays for about two hours. The courses include "Story Writing," "Chemistry" and a course in algebra called "SEA Squared", which stands for Summer Enrichment in Algebra for Seventh-Graders who are Educationally Able. The eligibility requirements are the same as in the 6th grade courses (B average report card and 80th percentile test scores). Applications are available by downloading the brochure below. For more information, contact Mr. Tom Becvar at email@example.com or by phone at 314-531-0330 x2184.
Walkabout is an experiential, interdisciplinary program in reading, writing, art and science for young men who have completed sixth grade and has a special emphasis on inviting nominations of minority students. Students and teachers take field trips to natural areas every other day. They study plant and animal life in the field, make observations, take notes, and create artwork and essays based on what they experience. Students read and study a novel that fits the themes and activities of the program. They also experience musical units on Folk, Blues and Jazz and create music of their own. As with our Upward Bound program, we depend upon grade school principals and teachers to nominate the kind of student who will most benefit from the program. For more information, contact Mr. Jim Linhares at firstname.lastname@example.org.
For information and registration materials, contact Mr. Gary Kornfeld at (314) 531-0330 x2171 or email@example.com. Please provide your e-mail address, and materials will be sent to you.
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