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Over the past 30 years, YPT has built a reputation as one of the leading youth theater programs in the region. Kids ages 8–18 can learn all aspects of theater through classes and participation in live theater productions.
Summer Camps - June 4–Aug. 3 (registration begins Feb. 28)
Get ready for a summer filled with rocket launches, robot wars and cool experiments! College for All Kids offers an incredible variety of activities and camps with countless opportunities to learn and have fun. STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) camps are our specialty, but it doesn’t stop there! We have 3D printing, career exploration and so much more!
Take a look at our 2017 camp schedule and see for yourself the diverse line-up of camps we offer.
The 2018 summer camp schedule will be available Feb. 28.
Why Do Parents Choose College for All Kids?
Fun, enriching subjects; including STEM camps, computers and technology, art, dance, theater, literature, sports camps and more
Students must be signed into and out of classes by their parent or guardian.
Cell phones will only be allowed for emergencies. Phones must be on silent and put away at all times.
All College for All Kids staff undergoes background checks and specialized training to ensure your child's safety.
Our goal is to protect the health, safety and well-being of all participants. It is our intention to work with parents/guardians to ensure that inappropriate behavior does not escalate and is not repeated. We want a safe, fun and educational experience for your child.
The college is committed to non-discrimination and equal opportunity regarding the treatment of students, faculty and staff. The college adheres to a strict non-discrimination policy in student admission, educational programs, activities and employment regardless of race, color, sex, sexual orientation, religion, creed, national origin, ancestry, age, veteran status, disability or genetic information. The college is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
After registering for College for All Kids Camps, download your welcome packet. The packet includes information you should know, an emergency form (due 1 week prior to camp), and a hold harmless form.
IF YOU HAVE ANYONE OTHER THAN A PARENT PICKING UP YOUR CHILD FROM CAMP OR DROPPING OFF TO CAMP, IT IS IMPORTANT TO WRITE THEIR FULL NAME IN THE SPACE PROVIDED ON THE EMERGENCY FORM. YOUR CHILD’S SAFETY IS OUR NUMBER ONE CONCERN.
Where do I go on the first day?
You will receive an email on the Thursday or Friday before your camp starts with information about where to check-in and other important information you will need for the week. Please be sure we have a correct email address for you. Call 636-922-8233 to update your email.
Parents are responsible for timely pick-up arrangements each day. Children are not to be on campus unless accompanied by an adult or registered for a College for All Kids Program camp. If someone other than the parent is picking up your child, they must be listed on the health form and an ID is required at pick-up. If your child needs to go to aftercare, you must register for aftercare. Our staff will walk students to aftercare from their camp.
How is lunch handled?
SCC is in the process of a Food Service renovation. During Spring 2017 sessions, all students must bring a sack lunch and drink. For the Summer session hot lunches will be available. 2017 Kids Camp Lunch Menu.
Campers will eat lunch in their classroom and will then be escorted to the College Center Gym for a 20-25 minute recess time before returning to their afternoon camps.
Vending machines will NOT be available to campers.
What if my child has medications and/or special accommodations?
We do not have a nurse on staff. College personnel will not administer any medications to students except an EpiPen. If your child has an EpiPen, please make sure to give it to your teacher and have it labeled in a clear plastic bag and write on the health form that your child has an EpiPen.
If your child can self- administer an EpiPen or inhaler, you must fill out the consent for self-administration of medication and have a doctor fill out the form and sign it.
For information on special accommodations please contact the SCC office of Disability Accessibility, located in the Administration Building, Room 1204. Or call, Paige George at 636-922-8247.
What if my child has special needs and/or an IEP?
Contact Amy Fitzwilliam - Program Manager at 636-922-8335 to discuss your child's specific needs.
What if my camp is off-site?
Please check your confirmations to see where your camp is located. If you have any questions about off-site locations, please call 636-922-8233.
Where do I drop off and pick up?
On the first day of all camps, check-in is located in the Humanities Building Lobby EXCEPT sports and dance camps check in at the College Center and the cooking camps check in at the Student Center Private Dining Room. After the first day, you will drop off and pick up your child in their classroom. Please look at your confirmation to see where the classroom is located. Parents or authorized people you listed on your health form must sign your child in and out each day.
Before and after care Information
Before and after care is available each week. Before care is open from 7-9 a.m. and after care is open from 4-5:45 p.m. You must register for before and/or after care. If you are more than 15 minutes late at pick-up, a $10 late fee will be assessed. Before and after care is located in the Fine Arts Building, Room 112. THERE IS NO BEFORE AND AFTER CARE FOR OFF-SITE LOCATIONS.
Are snacks provided?
No, we do not provide snacks. Please bring a snack and drink from home. Teachers will allow time for snacks in the day.
Can my child bring a cell phone or any electronic device?
Students may bring their cell phones, but they can ONLY be used in an emergency. Phones must be on silent and put away at all times. If students are caught using cell phones during camp, including lunch, they will not be able to bring a phone for the remainder of the camp. Camp staff will have phones available to use for emergencies Please do not bring any expensive electronic devices as SCC is not responsible for any loss or damage.
Additional information about policies and procedures can be found in the welcome packet which can be found on our website at www.stchas.edu/learnforlife. Just click on courses and then summer camps.
Are you passionate about teaching kids? We are always open to creative, educational ideas in the areas of science, math, language arts, technology and computers, performing arts and fine arts. For more information, contact Amy Fitzwilliam email@example.com