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Area Summer Resources



Bricks 4 Kids

Various locations depending on class/camp chosen

Camp Invention


Incarnate Word School

Camp Learn-A-Lot 


Camp Magic House

Magic House

Camp Read-A-Lot 


Challenger Learning Center St. Louis

Ferguson, MO

Code Ninjas

Code Ninjas O’Fallon

Code Ninjas Wildwood

College for Kids 

St. Louis Community College

Drone Camp

St. Dominic High School

Gifted Resource Council Camps

Clayton, MO

Hour of Code

Online coding class

Lavner Camps

Washington University

Mad Science

Various locations depending on class/camp chosen 

Maryville Science and Robotics Summer Program

Maryville University

STL Summer Library Program

STL Public Library System

Smart Kids Robotics

Ballwin, MO

St. Louis University Summer Camps

St. Louis University

St. Louis Zoo Summer Camps

St. Louis Zoo

Summer STEAM camp

St. Louis Science Center


CBC Summer Academy registration is now open for all boys entering 6th, 7th, and 8th grades.

Enjoy a premier summer experience held in CBC’s theater, classrooms, science labs, art studios, sports facilities, and esports center by being part of our CBC Summer Academy.  Register today at   Contact Melissa Ryan at [email protected]  or 314-985-6095 for more information.


Media Day with the #MediaNuns

Saturday, July 27, 2024

9:00 AM – 4:30 PM

All high school women (ages 14-18) are invited to join the Daughters of St. Paul for a day of prayer, workshops, and fun while exploring the relationship between faith and media. This dynamic one-day experience will take place at Pauline Books & Media (9804 Watson Road, Crestwood). $10 donation at the door. For more information or to register, contact Sr. Amanda Marie at [email protected] or 617-413-1469.    


Saint Paul Summer Program

July 24-29, 2024

Daughters of St. Paul Provincial House (Boston, MA)

Learn about the life of a religious sister, grow in your relationship with Jesus, and use your gifts to serve others at the Saint Paul Summer Program! This week-long experience for high school women (ages 14-18) will give you an inside look at the life of a Daughter of St. Paul, missionary sisters who share Jesus with the world through all forms of media. Spend a week working, praying, and living alongside the sisters; meet other young women who are seeking God’s will for their lives; and grow in your friendship with Jesus. For more information or to register, visit