published Sunday, February 17th, 2013

Chattanooga: St. Nicholas School Summer Camps 2013


7525 Tom Drive

Chattanooga, Tenn., 37421

Kevin Leckenby, Director

■ 423-894-6485/423-899-1999

■ Boys, Girls or Both? Both

■ Day and Enrichment Camp: Ages 4-12

■ Camp Leadership Program: Ages 13-15

■ Dates: June 3-Aug. 2, Monday- Friday, 7 a.m. to 6 p.m.

Enjoy our summer-long journey through the exciting continent of Africa. We will explore the terrain, the culture and learn about African plants and animals. The camp experience gives opportunities for learning through fun games and activities. Campers make take-home treasures created through arts and crafts classes. Each Wednesday, campers are treated to a special field trip (cost included in the full week fee). St. Nicholas School offers an exciting multi-day art and music component to our weekly schedule. On the days that groups are not scheduled for a field trip or swimming, children attend an art class and music class. Additional enrichment offerings include soccer camps, softball, basketball, ballet, jiu jitsu, piano, additional art classes, computer classes, math, science, reading, fun Spanish games classes. Involvement in age-appropriate group activities and exposure to diverse athletic and educational experiences are the foundation to the summer camp program. The St. Nicholas atmosphere of respect and trust advances the development of personal and situational skills. And yes, the children are having fun too! The St. Nicholas campus is located on 24 picturesque acres in suburban East Brainerd in Chattanooga. In addition to classrooms and the gymnasium, facilities include an outdoor swimming pool, four playground areas and an athletic field, surrounded by rolling lawns and quaint forests.

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