High Schoolers

LifeLight Youth Theatre Summer Performing Arts Camps

Lifelight Youth Theatre's Summer Performing Arts Camps: SING, DANCE, ACT = FUN! Full day camps are offered for ages 3-18. These are action-packed weeks, full of learning, fun and friends! Students will study acting, music and dance as part of the rehearsal process, which also includes learning about theatrical technical elements. Camps end with either a Shareformance or a fully-staged performance! You will want to be a part of our Broadway Performance Camps, Disney's Mary Poppins Jr. and Matilda Jr. Be sure to register early, camps will fill quickly due to small class/cast sizes to enable social distancing. New this summer: Take advantage of our after-camp technique class specials!

Read More About This Camp
Chaminade College Preparatory School Summer Camps

Chaminade College Preparatory School is excited to announce that Summer Camp registration is NOW OPEN! You'll find a camp for every interest from basketball and coding to band, organizational Boot Camp, and much more! Our camps have been developed to offer a sample of all that we have to offer – academically, athletically, and artistically. Plus, we have camps that both boys and girls will enjoy! Camps are for rising 3rd graders through high school age.

Read More About This Camp
Craft Alliance Summer Camps

Craft Alliance has been providing arts education and craft experiences to the St. Louis Community for over 56 years. We are thrilled to embark on another year of creative offerings for St. Louis families. Craft Alliance Summer Art Camps 2021 are in-person under our health & safety guidelines. Missouri ArtSafe certified, and located at our new location in the St. Louis Maker's District, 5080 Delmar Boulevard. Welcome to our new studios! Summer Art Camps provide creative discovery in clay, fibers, metal, glass, wood, and drawing & painting, and more. Join us for summer 2021 and learn how to throw on the potter's wheel, mosaic a birdhouse, sew a handbag, or create a wood sculpture! 

Read More About This Camp
Fit Learning

Fit Learning in Creve Coeur can get your child the accelerated learning help they need to be ready to start their new grade in the fall. Let us rapidly move your student's test scores on standardized tests so they can close the gap. Fit Learning has over a twenty-year history of making transformational learning gains with children of ALL abilities. Your child will be assigned a one-on-one learning coach who treats learning like a sport or video game with points, rewards, and lots of cheerleading. 

Read More About This Camp
YMCA Summer Camp

At the YMCA, we can't wait to welcome your child to enjoy summer as it should be: fun, action-packed, and most of all, safe! Safety is our first priority and we are committed to following guidelines set forth by our health officials. We offer camps throughout the summer for ages 3-17. Camps range from traditional outdoor camp to special interest camps such as sports, aquatics, arts & humanities, and teens. We also offer Before & After Care as an add-on at an additional fee.

Read More About This Camp

Pages

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

Springtime Magic at The Magic House
Tuesday, March 2, 2021
Wednesday, March 3, 2021
Thursday, March 4, 2021

Get a jump on springtime fun at Springtime Magic at The Magic House! Springtime Magic includes Bunny Town, the museum's newest outdoor experience featuring spring-inspired art, bunny games & trike rides through floral fun, visits the bunny, egg hunts, and more! 

 

View this event »
Summer Pre-College Programs Virtual Fair
Wednesday, March 3, 2021

Attendees can visit virtual booths, where they can chat one-on-one via text or video with summer program representatives, as well as view helpful webinars on how to choose a summer program, how to strengthen an application, and how to make the most of a summer program experience.

View this event »
You Might Also Like...

From Our Sponsors
Popular Stories

How to Lessen the Impact of Social Isolation on Your Child's Mental Health

This need for regular socialization all comes down to nature – we are biologically human wolf packs who need to connect with each other, especially in our early years. We asked local experts how to help kids handle the isolation resulting from the pandemic and remote learning, and how it may impact their futures.

Continue reading »
Spring Break Camps Offer a Variety of Activities for Kids and Teens in St. Louis

Welcome 2021's much-awaited springtime with a variety of fun Spring Break camps for kids as young as Pre-K. From rocketry to wildlife, science to arts & crafts, sports to healthcare, in-person or virtual Spring Break camps offer kids a way to meet up with their peers, learn a new skill, or return to favorite fun activities. Here is a roundup of Spring Break camps available in the St. Louis area:

Continue reading »
How Are You Holding Up? Here's What Experts Say About Coping With Anxiety, Stress and Uncertainty

Telling children they shouldn’t worry about something doesn’t make that worry go away. Instead, we want to help them develop skills to manage worries so they can feel empowered to cope with future worries.

Continue reading »
The College School Announces Diversity Scholarship

The College School, an independent school for grades Pre-K through grade 8, has launched a new Upper Division Diversity Scholarship for students of color who are entering fourth through seventh grades. The scholarship award will include up to 100 percent of tuition and fees for the student's time enrolled at the school.

Continue reading »
SLSO's Soundlab for Families Offers an Exploration of the Power of Music

Families are invited to explore the science and emotion of music during the SLSO SoundLab, a month-long, free virtual experience from the St. Louis Symphony Orchestra. Every Saturday in February, families can tune in to Soundlab host Alicia, who will lead them on a journey that begins with how sound can be heard, felt and seen.

Continue reading »
Follow Us