When school is OUT...We are IN
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 scientific discoveries, art exploration, outdoor games, and more!
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with just a few of our pictures from one of our camps last year.
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A confirmation email will be sent out to the participants once registrations have been processed.
Campers will create, discover, and explore new passions while having fun.
Children from all schools are welcome: St. Louise School, public schools, private schools, and homeschools.
They must be entering grades K-5 in the fall.
Monday through Friday from 9:00-3:00
four weeks of camp sessions take place from July 31st through August 25th.
You may register for 1 to 4 weeks.
St. Louise Parish backyard and Lavelle Center/Gym.
Each week’s session is limited to 15 campers (25 campers, guidelines permitting) – so register now!
Registration is open until all sessions are full.
The cost is $350 per week.
SUMMER CAMP DATES/THEMES FOR 2023
Mad Scientist (July 31 -August 4)
Special Co-teacher: Mrs. Mary Herridge and Mrs. Joni Hoffman
Science is exciting and magical. Campers will discover the basic principles of science as they participate in icky, sticky, and silly experiments. Have a blast making fizzy eruptions, marbled milk, oobleck, slime, rainbows in a jar, shaving cream rain clouds, and much more. Campers don't miss out this opportunity to learn lots while having a blast. Every afternoon is filled with super fun water games that will definitely cool us off!
Bon Appetit (August 7 -11)
Special Co-Teacher for the week: Mrs. Terry LB and Mrs. Ingrid Flaat
Join us for fun filled week of Cooking and Crafts!
Students create delicious eats and treats and design artful crafts that accompany their culinary delights.
This camp offers:
-Hands-on cooking experience,
-A chef demonstration.
-Eating your creations.
-Master Kitchen Fundamentals while working with other young chefs.
-A class full of fun and quality time.
Examples of the cooking and crafts projects Afternoons will be filled with art opportunities and tons of water games to cool off from the morning sweat! Don't miss out on the fun!
Camp Charger’s Got Talent (August 14 - 18)
Special Co-teachers: Mrs. Terry LB and Miss Kaila Crosby
In this mini musical we meet King Leo who is a victim of the corporate jungle! He has money, power, and fame, but he still has not found happiness. His trusty servants, Spot and Stripes begin a quest for the key to happiness. Do the monkeys or hyenas have the answer? Perhaps the secret lies with the elephants. This heart-warming play will help students see that the true meaning of happiness is not money, power and fame, but treasured friendships. If you love acting, singing, and dancing, this is the summer camp for you!
Wacky Water (August 21 - 25)
Special Co-teachers: Mrs. Joni Hoffman and Linda Bowers
Get ready to splash with your old or new friends! This week we’ll have a blast playing water balloon toss, squirt blaster races, water limbo, drip-drip-drop, sponge toss, water relay races, and TONS more! Bring a towel and sunscreen for that nose. Go full speed with a summer full of experiences that will last a lifetime.
DAILY GAME PLAN
9:00 – 10:20
Games Galore & brain Challenges: As campers arrive ready to rock the day, they are offered at least two exciting challenges. Do them for fun and earn extra prizes.
Just want to hang out and have an amazing time doing your own thing with friends? Not a problem! Have a blast in an environment full of fun and loving leaders. Activities such as gym sports, messy art projects, sensory exploration, table games, water play, and more are always at your fingertips!
10:20 – 11:00
Day Kick-off and Snack: Everyone gathers as a community to pray, play a group game, eat, and learn about the days’ unique activities. Let’s get ready to have the best day ever!
11:00 – 12:30
Campers split off into their specialized activities correlating to the weekly theme: sports, art, cooking, science, theater, team-building projects, etc. Campers are grouped by age/grade/physical abilities.
12:30 - 1:00
Lunch: Campers bring their own sack lunch, water bottle, and snacks.
1:00 – 2:45
It’s a carnival! Afternoons are packed with tons of activities ranging from baking/cooking, face painting, scavenger hunts, water play, art, theater, team challenges, sports, more!
REGISTRATIONS FILL OUT QUICKLY. REGISTER NOW!
MAIL YOUR REGISTRATION TO 133 - 156TH AVE. SE. BELLEVUE
Oh, the places we’ll go!
THE RESULTS OF OUR PROGRAM
These are a few of the testimonials we received from our campers and their parents:
“Gavin and Nora had a great time at wacky water week last summer! They came home happy, hungry, and exhausted from a fun day and couldn't wait to go back the next morning! Gavin said, "water limbo was my favorite!". - Meghan
“Philip had a great experience at the Chargers’ Adventure Summer Camp. He met new wonderful people and made new friends that he’s excited to see on campus. Thank you, Mrs. Zambrano and team for providing this opportunity. We feel very good about sending Philip to a caring and fun-filled camp. We’re looking forward to another great summer camp!”. - Jonathan
"Our son had an amazing time at Chargers' Adventures Summer Camps last year and is very much looking forward to attending again this year. He loved the variety of activities and it was so very well organized and run". - Jillian
Girls loved the mad scientist summer camp! They had so many different and engaging activities in a safe environment! And it prepared them to switch from summer days to school days. Thank you for the dedication and care into this great summer camp!" - Marian
Summer Camps 2022
133-156th Ave. SE, Bellevue
Maria Zambrano, camp director