We are still enrolling for the following weeks:

July 30 - August 3 - Sports Extravaganza

August 6-10 - Island Escape

August 13-17 - Wacky Water



When school is OUT...



... are IN!    


ALL ABOARD...as we embark on epic One-Week summer camps

filled with fun, discovery, and excitement!

Anchored in strong character and faith, we’ll set a course for grand adventures

as we blast through science discoveries, art exploration, outdoor games, and more.

Oh the places we’ll go!





Campers will create, discover, and explore new passions while having fun.



Children from all schools are welcome: St. Louise School, public schools, private schools, homeschools. They must be entering grades K-5 in the fall.



Monday through Friday from 8:00-3:00 (with a 3:00-5:00 extended day available).

Four weeks of camp sessions take place from July 30th through August 24th.

You may register for 1 to 4 weeks.



St. Louise Lavelle Center/Gym.



Registration opens February 29.  Each week’s session is limited to 25 campers – so register soon!

The cost is $300 per week.  Extended hours of supervised activity from 3:00-5:00 are available for an additional cost of $50 per week.


There are two steps to the registration process:


1. Print and fill out the camp registration form found here. Turn in the complete form to the parish or school office. 


2. Visit https://www.osvonlinegiving.com/1369/DirectDonate/61817 and follow the instructions to pay online.  An email will be sent to the participants once registrations have been processed.






July 30 - August 3 - Sports Extravaganza (registration is open)

Special Co-Teachers for the week: Kaitlin Casey (8-12) and Jacintha Vimal (12-5)

Get ready for a week filled with opportunities to exercise the body - and mind - in a non-competitive setting. We'll have classic games like dodgeball and capture the flag. We’ll also have traditional sports such as baseball, volleyball, cross country, basketball, and more!


August 6-10 - Island Escape (registration is open)

Special Co-Teachers for the week: Terry LB (8-12)  and Jacintha Vimal (12-5)

Have a first-class experience exploring the Pacific.  We will have a blast as we make icy tropical fruit drinks; sing Hawaiian welcome songs; design tissue paper Leis; learn the Hula; dance the Filipino Tinikling; play games such as Hula Hoop till you drop, Pass the Coconut, Limbo, and more.

August 13-17 - Wacky Water (registration is open)

Special Co-Teachers for the week: Nicole Howell (8-12) and Marilu DeLaTorre(12-5)

Get ready to splash! Wave bottles, water relay races, sponge ball toss, beach ball races, water balloon sheet toss, clouds in a jar, shaving cream rain clouds, walking water experiments, and more!


August 20-24 - Mad Scientist Week (registration is closed)

Special Co-Teachers for the week: Anne Etter (8-12) and Marilu DeLaTorre (12-5)

Science is exciting and magical. Campers will discover the basic principles of science and learn how these apply to the world around them. We will make fizzy eruptions, marbled milk, rainbows in a jar, square bubbles, and much more!




8:00 - 8:45 

Games Galore: As campers arrive, a full range of activities are available: gym sports, building-with-blocks, table games, and more.

8:45 - 9:00 

Day Kick-off: Everyone gathers as a community to pray and learn about the days’ unique activities.

9:00 - 12:00  

Campers split off into their specialized activities chosen for each specific weekly theme: sports, art, cooking, science, etc.

12:00 - 12:30 

Lunch: Campers bring their own sack lunch, water bottle, and snacks.

12:30 – 2:45 

Variety of Fun: Each day is different, with activities such as baking, art, theater, team challenges, and sports. A field trip is planned once or twice per week around the neighborhood.

2:45 - 3:00 

Pack up for dismissal.

3:00 - 5:00

Optional extended day of supervised activity in the gym or outdoors



Fridays are Sundaes!

We’ll all make our very own ice cream sundaes, each Friday every week!





Chargers’ Adventure

Summer Camps 2018

133-156th Ave. SE, Bellevue

Maria Zambrano, camp director