Miriam School and Learning Center Summer Camps

Miriam's specialty camps are perfect for students entering grades K-12 who need a fun way to boost academic or social skills during the summer months. Small groups, research-based programming, and experienced, certified, licensed staff make for a winning combination. This year's theme is Lost in Space!

Summer Fundamentals Camp: Students entering grades K-8.

One wrong turn at Jupiter . . . and misfiring your spaceship’s hyperdrive has left you light years from Earth. Now you are lost and need help to find your way. The intergalactic team at Miriam’s Summer Fundamentals camps will give you a roadmap to jettison your reading, writing, math, and social/emotional skills to infinity and beyond. Remember to make a sharp right at the Milky Way on your way back, or you may be lost in space forever! Sessions are held June 20-30 (no camp June 19), July 3-14 (no camp July 4), and July 17-28 at the Webster Groves campus.

Miriam's Academic Camps: Students entering grades K-8.

Miriam’s academic camps are a fun way for students who need additional help with reading, writing, math, and executive functioning to learn strategies and build self-confidence over the summer. Our certified special education teachers and reading specialists offer individualized and specialized instruction for all students in a 6:1 camper-to-staff setting. Campers will learn while enjoying a camp experience. Sessions are held June 20-30 (no camp June 19), July 3-14 (no camp July 4), and July 17-28 at the Webster Groves campus.

Teen Social Skills Camp: Students entering grade 9 - leaving grade 12.

Miriam's Social Skills Camps address the unique social skills and/or emotional regulation needs of each camp participant. Miriam's certified teachers, counselors, and therapists customize topics that are appropriate to each social skills group. Campers are taught skills using empirically-based curricula such as Social Thinking, Superflex, and Zones of Regulation. Instructors then reinforce skills through fun group activities. Teen Social Skills Camp is held June 12-16 at the Olivette campus.

Our Daily Things to Do email is the easiest way to plan your day.
Follow Us
Want daily ideas of things to do? How about special offers & giveaways? Sign up and we’ll handle the rest.
Things to Do

Zootoberfest at the Saint Louis Zoo
Saturday, September 30, 2023
Sunday, October 1, 2023
Saturday, October 7, 2023

Enjoy a Zoo-themed, family-friendly Oktoberfest at the Saint Louis Zoo's Zootoberfest! Take advantage of the cooler weather and visit the Zoo's animals, exhibits and attractions. Kids can participate in fun activities, including hide and seek. an obstacle course and arts & crafts.

View this event »
Trike Town at The Magic House

Adventures abound at Trike Town, the outdoor, child-size city at The Magic House. Kids can pick out their favorite little red tricycle and explore the entire city. The adventure includes a stop at the craft shop, where kids can create their own fall-themed craft, a candy shop, firehouse and more. 

View this event »
Sensory Story Time
Monday, October 2, 2023
Monday, October 9, 2023

Sensory Story Time is geared to families with young children who are on the autism spectrum or who have sensory needs. Children of all abilities are welcome.

View this event »
You Might Also Like...

From Our Sponsors
Popular Stories

5 Easy Ways to Start the School Year Without Losing Your Mind

As much as I love finding fun ideas on Pinterest for magical first-day photos and perfectly curated bento box lunches complete with animal face mini sandwiches, it doesn’t help me stay sane. Instead, it makes the pressure build that I am responsible for making the new school year absolutely amazing.

Continue reading »
Life Lessons Learned at Overnight Camp

With the perfect blend of adventure and responsibility, camp life teaches kids valuable lessons they can use for the rest of their lives. If you send your child to overnight camp, here are some life lessons they are likely to learn.

Continue reading »
6 Places to Find Fun on the Farm this Fall

Visiting a farm can be a real adventure for city and suburban kids. Getting up close to and even feeding farm animals can lead to lots of fun and unexpected learning. We've rounded up some tried and true nearby options where your family can spend a day in the country and meet some new barnyard friends.

Continue reading »
Your Family's Late Summer Adventure is the 2023 Greenway Quest!

Back by popular demand! The Greenway Quest from Great Rivers Greenway awaits, and this year your mission is a truly buzzworthy scavenger hunt! Take to the St. Louis area's greenways (and City Museum) to find one of 250 hand-painted bee rocks along the trails. When you find one, you'll be entered to win one of several prize packages with goodies like City Museum tickets, greenway swag and gift certificates from some of the St. Louis area's family favorites!

Continue reading »
Drawn In: The New Animated, Literacy-Boosting Series that's Made in STL

Tyler, Nevaeh, Jadyn, and Grace – the fearless foursome of the new animated series “Drawn In” – have captured the imagination of viewers in St. Louis and ignited their love of learning with every new adventure. The show was conceived, created, and produced in St. Louis, and the majority of voice talent is based in the metro area. You can catch it on Nine PBS.

Continue reading »
Follow Us