June 19-23

List of 26 items.

  • Algebra I

    Rising Grades 9-12
    Session I(A) 8:15–10:15 a.m. (Mon-Fri)
    Session I(B) 10:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. (Mon-Fri)
    June 19-July 7 (3 weeks) No Class Tuesday, July 4
    Upper School Campus
    $650 per session

    This course is for students who have completed Algebra I and would like a refresher course before Algebra II, Geometry, or Algebra II/Trig. The class reviews all Algebra I topics. The concentrated nature of the course requires daily homework and perfect attendance. Topics covered include number systems, solving equations and inequalities, graphing, operations with polynomials, rational and irrational expressions and equations, factoring, linear, and quadratic functions. No credit.
    Contact Mr. Joe Wenger with your questions at jwenger@sssas.org
  • Archaeology Camp: So You Want to be Indiana Jones?

    Rising Grades 6-9
    9:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.
    Session I - June 19-23
    Middle School Campus
    $350

    Parents, prepare your washing machines. Campers, prepare your trusty fedoras, whips, and trowels. Over the course of the week, campers will be introduced to the intriguing world of archaeology. We'll cover what archaeologists do and why the field matters (especially today), problems of looting and repatriation, and, of course, whether or not Indiana Jones is the ultimate archaeologist. Our young Dr. Jones' and Lara Croft's will participate in their very own dig, a field trip, a mock debate over the Parthenon marbles, and, finally, will have the chance to showcase their knowledge and critique archaeology as seen on TV and in the movies. By the end of the week they will also be able to answer the ever-present question posed by archaeologists in the field: dirt or tan? Contact camp director Sarah Mathiesen at smathiesen@sssas.org
  • ASM Summer Tennis Camp

    SSSAS Alumni Chris Moulin brings ASM International Tennis Academy (USA, Russia, Kazakhstan) to St. Stephen’s and St. Agnes School for Summer 2017: For Ages 5-14
     
    ASM Tennis Red, Orange, and Green Ball Camp (Limited to 30 junior players per week) register fast limited availability.
    ASM’s Tennis Specialized camp programs for Children ages 5-14 enables players to learn and be grouped according to level and ability.  ASM International Tennis Academy are located in USA, Russia, and Kazakhstan.  Players 5-12 can register for a weekly tennis Red (5-8 years of age), Orange (8-10 years of age) and Green Ball Camp (10-12 years of age). Development Camp (ages 8-14) is for USTA team players or USTA individual players level intermediate through advanced.  Individual Master Classes (all ages) are for players to work one and one to develop proper technique, consistency, and strategy for players.

    The ASM tennis camp programs begin June 5 and runs weekly through August 25 and is located on the shaded tennis courts at the SSSAS Lower school campus. Program activities include weekly tennis, indoor activities, prizes, competitions, games and an end of the week pizza party.  Campers will be grouped according to age or ability level.  Quick-start courts and soft balls will be used for players ages 5-12 (36” red ball, 60” orange ball, and 78” green ball).  The cost of participation is listed below and payment needs to be submitted to ASM.  To complete registration a non-refundable deposit of $50 is due at time of registration.  Non-refundable deposit is paid at registration at www.asmsport.net. Remaining balance is due June 1, 2017 payable by Check made out to ASM.
    ALL ASM Camp Program options run Weekly sessions (M-F) from June 5 – August 25, 2017 at St. Stephen’s and St. Agnes Lower School located at 400 Fontaine Street, Alexandria, Virginia 22302.

    Camp Dates:

    Session 1: June 5 – June 9                                       Session 7:  July 17 – July 21                                      
    Session 2: June 12 – June 16                                   Session 8:  July 31 – August 4
    Session 3: June 19 – June 23                                   Session 9:  August 7 – August 11
    Session 4: June 26 – June 30                                   Session 10: August 14 – August 18
    *Session 5: July 3 – July 7 (no camp July 4)             Session 11: August 21 – August 25
    Session 6:  July 10 – July 14                                                                       
    Day Red, Orange, and Green Ball Camp: Red, Orange and Green Ball Camp (Beginners and Intermediates)     
    Hours: Full Day 9:00am - 3:00pm, Half Day 9:00am-12:00pm and 12:00pm-3:00pm
    Ages: 5-12
    Cost:  $325 per full week, Half Day $225 per week, or One Day $80 per day.  $50 non-refundable deposit due at time of registration to hold camper enrollment slot.  
    Camp balance due by check on June 1, 2017.
    Payment:  Checks payable to ASM.
    Day Development Camp: Intermediate players through Advanced Tournament Players using Orange, Green, and Standard Yellow Tennis Balls.
    Hours:  Full Day 8:30am - 3:00pm, Half Day 08:30am-11:30am and 12:30pm-3:00pm
    Ages: 8-14
    Cost:  $375 per full week, Half Day $250 per week, or One Day $90 per day.  $50 non-refundable deposit due at time of registration to hold camper enrollment slot.  Camp balance due by check on June 1, 2017.
    Payment:  Checks payable to ASM.
    Individual Master Classes: any level (1hr)
    Hours: Between 3:00pm-7:00pm
    Ages: any age (juniors, parents and community welcome)
    Cost:  $85 per hour.  
    Schedule Lesson:  Please e-mail programs@asmsport.net
    Payment: Due at the time of lesson (Checks payable to ASM)
    *After-Care- available from 3-6pm cost is $150 for week or $45 per day

    To register for ASM Tennis Camps in Alexandria, VA at St. Stephen’s and Agnes School please visit our website http://www.asmsport.net/shop.
    Please Contact Camp Director Chris Moulin by e-mail (programs@asmsport.net) or phone (703.505.5846) if you have any questions.  We are looking forward to working with all campers on the court in 2017.

    All registration for this auxiliary tennis camp is handled by ASM program directors.
    For more information and registration for ASM Summer Programs at SSSAS please visit us at http://www.asmsport.net/shop.
    Visit us on Facebook for previous photos of ASM Tennis Camps at St. Stephen’s and St. Agnes
    School.

    General Contact Information:
    Director: Chris Moulin
    Phone: (703) 505-5846
    Check ASM Page on Facebook
  • Athletic Training Camp

    Rising Grades 6-12
    June 19 - August 18
    By Appointment Only
    Upper School Campus
    $550 for packages of ten 45-minute sessions

    Led by Saints Strength and Conditioning Coach Carl Johnson, this personalized traing program is geared toward players seeking strength, conditioning, and overall sports performance improvement.  With a demanding pace, this camp will allow althletes private training time with Coach Johnson.  The week will include personalized strength and speed assessments including customized workouts geared toward achieving one's optimal athletic performance.  Sessions are purchased in groups of ten(10) 45-minute sessions that must be scheduled by appointment only with Coach Johnson.  
    Contact Coach Johnson at cjohnson@sssas.org or by telephone at 703-212-2909 with session/appointment requests and any questions about this program.
  • College Essay Writing

    Rising Grade 12
    Mon-Fri
    Session I June 12-16
    (A)1:30-3:30 p.m. or (B)7:00-9:00 p.m.
    Session II June 19-23
    (A)10:00 a.m. to 12Noon or (B)1:30-3:30 p.m.
    Session III August 21-24 No Class Friday August 25
    (A)9:30 a.m. to 12Noon or (B)1:00-3:30 p.m.
    Upper School Campus
    $255 per session

    Session 1A is FULL and has a Waiting List

    To get the attention of a college admissions committee, the student essay must be interesting, provocative, and articulate! Led by SSSAS Director of College Counseling Dr. Michael Carter, this one-week course gives students the opportunity to discuss and choose suitable topics for future college application essays that reflect their individuality and their writing skills. Essays prepared in this class can be used in the fall to satisfy the requirement for a personal essay required by many college applications. No academic credit is provided.
    Contact Dr. Carter with your questions at mcarter@sssas.org.
  • Community Activism Camp

    Rising Grades 7-9
    9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
    June 19-23
    Middle School Campus
    $375

    Do you have a passion for social justice and want to help the community? This camp will explore community activism and how we can effect change. We will meet with local government and activists in our area, take field trips to community organizations, research our areas of interest, and develop a proposal for a special project. Contact Lower School teacher Erin Lee at elee@sssas.org.
  • Composition Skills I

    Rising Grades 6-8
    9:00 a.m.–12:00 p.m.
    June 19–June 30
    Mon-Fri
    Upper School Campus
    $650

    Please note date and time change.  This is now a two-week course for three hours per day. 

    This three-week course reviews the basic skills needed for clear, concise writing, emphasizing grammar, vocabulary, and sentence structure. Development of reading skills is also emphasized. No credit.
    Contact Mr. Joe Wenger with your questions at jwenger@sssas.org.
  • Composition Skills II

    Rising Grades 9-10
    10:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
    June 19–July 7 (3 weeks) No Class Tuesday July 4
    Mon-Fri
    Upper School Campus
    $650

    This session includes enrichment or remedial work in advanced reading and writing techniques with an emphasis on writing the critical essay: devising a thesis, organizing arguments, gathering textual support, and editing. No credit.
    Contact Mr. Joe Wenger with your questions at jwenger@sssas.org.
  • Composition Skills III

    Rising Grades 11-12
    8:15-10:15 a.m.
    June 19–July 7 (3 weeks) No Class Tuesday July 4
    Mon-Fri
    Upper School Campus
    $650

    This session offers enrichment or remedial work in critical writing, emphasizing effective construction of the critical essay and editing a rough draft. No credit.
    Contact Mr. Joe Wenger with your questions at jwenger@sssas.org.
  • CSI Camp

    Rising Grades 6-9
    9:00a.m. to 3:00p.m.
    June 19-23
    Upper School Campus
    $425
     
    The real CSI: what happens at a crime scene? From the investigator who finds traces of evidence to the forensic specialist who identifies flecks of paint on a victim, come learn the details to look for as you solve the mystery. Saints Lower School Teacher and Football Coach Bernard Joseph captivates campers with his 20 year police experience in this camp. Campers will learn investigative skills and forensic techniques while visiting local Forensic Labs and Law Enforcement facilities. Remember to bring your imagination as we tackle some of our community’s most interesting cases. Contact Coach Joseph at bjoseph@sssas.org with questions. 
     
  • Eco-Adventures Camp

    Rising Grades 3-5
    8:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. (or TBA depending on return trip/traffic)
    Session I June 19-23
    Session II June 26-30
    Lower School Campus
    $445 per session
     
    Experience...Investigate...Discover! If you love the outdoors and like to question, explore, and enjoy nature (and don’t mind getting a little wet!), come join Saints Lower School Teacher Beth Barrow as she leads young naturalists on a series of field trips to explore the various ecosystems of the Chesapeake Bay Watershed. Highlights include exploring the ecosystems and wildlife of Huntley Meadows and Hidden Pond, a walk to cascading waterfalls for a swim in Fredericksburg, hiking the Billy Goat Trail in Great Falls, hiking and swimming in Calvert Cliffs Park, and a fun-filled day of swimming, finding sharks’ teeth, and enjoying a cookout at Breezy Point Beach. Repeat campers are always welcome.

    Do you have a love of adventure and a desire to learn more about the beautiful natural habitats in our region? Are you up to the challenge? Eco-Adventures is calling! 

    Contact Mrs. Barrow at bbarrow@sssas.org or at 703-212-2859 with your questions.
  • Fashion Design Camp

     
    Ages 12-Adult
    9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
    Session I - June 19-23 - Fashion Design Portfolio 
    Session II - June 26-30 - Fashion Design & Creation Sewing & Construction
    Upper School Campus
    Session 1 - $515
    Session 2 - $515
    Both Sessions I & II = $1,000

    Unleash your passion for Fashion!  Spend a week in an authentic design studio atmosphere.  Come learn how to design great fashion!  Learn to shop for styles for you!   Learn the foundations to draw, design, and sew your ideas that are as good as those in the store!
     
    The former SSSAS French teacher and Paris trained couturière Catherine Lochtefeld Sirianni from the Chambre Syndicale de la couture parisienne (google it!!) is back with Fashion Camp I and II for anyone aged 12 to adult!
     
    Each week is independent and will focus on Design or Creation but it is best to sign up for both! The skills of Session I: Portfolio can flow right into Session II: Sewing and Constructsion to give a complete snapshot of the industry. Check it out! 
     
    The first week: Fashion Camp I: Fashion Design Portfolio
     
    This is the creative process in two dimension.   The inspirational sources include runway videos and fashion magazines translated by visual design into croquis drawing and storyboarding.  Learn or perfect perspective, shape, form, color, texture, textile design, figure drawing, live model drawing, and exploration of famous designers to create a portfolio.  The week would include morning and afternoon sessions exploring these aspects, viewing fashion show runway videos, visits to the leading area fabric store to discover and enjoy couture materials and the Museum of Women in the Arts to view fashions from other eras. The week will provide the tools and inspiration to create an impressive portfolio and skills to continue drawing and designing for life. Should a student be considering a career in the Arts or in Design, these would be a strong beginning for a Design School portfolio.
     
    The second week: Fashion Camp II: Fashion Design Sewing & Construction.
     
    This week is more technical but just as fun!  Beginners and experienced stitchers welcome!  We will view and discuss runway show videos by accomplished designers.   Then, from a wide selection of inspiring fashion magazines, available fabric and notions, design and make an outfit that fits you perfectly using traditional methods of couture including drawing, design, pattern making, transformation, and sewing.  (We begin with an easy bag project for practice!)  Work at your own pace; each part is taught and guided step by step.  All materials are included.  Join us for the basics, and take your skills to the next level!  Come sew with us! 

    Contact camp director , Catherine Lochtefeld Sirianni at crlochtefeld@hotmail.com with any questions.
  • Health & Sexuality Education

    Rising Grades 12
    9:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.
    Session I - June 19-23
    Session II - June 26-30
    Upper School Campus
    $425 per session


    The Health & Sexuality Education (HSE) department is offering two sessions of Contemporary Issues in Health & Sexuality to rising seniors. This class will fully satisfy the senior year HSE requirement. Each session will take place over the course of one week, from 9am until 2pm. Students will have 2-3pm to work on a video project. Healthful living will be exemplified daily in the classroom. Each student should wear dress down clothes, as we will be taking yoga, cardio, and restful meditation breaks between topics. Healthy snacks and reusable water bottles are highly encouraged! Some classes will be held outdoors. Topics covered include exploring the hookup culture, building intimacy in relationships, distinguishing between love and emotional dependency,  parenting skills, priority health issues at home and abroad, chronic and communicable diseases, risk reduction, holistic wellness approaches, and nutrition. We will have several guest speakers to lead group workouts, discuss drug legality, and teach self-defense skills. Grades will be based on participation, creation of a public service announcement, and daily article summaries. Each day, time will be given for students to create a health promotion/ wellness public service announcement on a course topic of their choice. For the article requirement, students will find relevant and timely articles and summarize these articles to their peers. A class “Bulk Pack” will be assigned to each student, which contains the syllabus, readings, and worksheets. This one week intensive journey will help each student to attain and maintain optimal wellbeing throughout his or her life. 
    Contact SSSAS Health Educator Ms. Laura Ambrose with questions at lambrose@sssas.org.
     
  • P.E.: Care & Prevention

    Rising Grades 9-12
    9:00-11:00 a.m.
    June 19-23
    Mon-Fri
    Upper School Campus
    $450

    This unique one-week camp is an American Red Cross certification course. It is designed to introduce first-aid techniques in the prevention and care of athletic injuries and illnesses. Emphasis is placed upon skills necessary to manage and prevent common injuries, including acute and chronic overuse injuries. This camp will provide students with a laboratory experience in which skills relative to injury prevention are practiced. This course is great for parents, babysitters, or anyone interested in health issues and/or peace of mind. One semester of P.E. credit. This course fulfills one of the nine SSSAS P.E. credits required for graduation.
    Contact Mr. Joe Wenger with your questions at jwenger@sssas.org or by telephone at 703-212-2932.
  • P.E.: Structural Kinesiology

    Rising Grades 10-12
    11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.
    June 19-23
    Mon-Fri
    Upper School Campus
    $450

    This one-week introductory summer course is for students interested in sports medicine and any other health-related field or concentration. The course provides instruction on muscles, the actions of those muscles, movements of muscles with different sports activities, and the human skeletal system. One semester of P.E. credit. This course fulfills one of the nine SSSAS P.E. credits required for graduation.
    Contact Mr. Joe Wenger with your questions at jwenger@sssas.org or by telephone at 703-212-2932.
  • Religion: New Testament Survey

    New Testament Survey Religion Course #562
    Rising Grades 10-12
    8:30 a.m. to 12noon
    June 19-July 7 (No class Tuesday, July 4)
    Mon-Fri
    Upper School Campus
    $675

    This course leads students through a survey of the writings and themes of the New Testament, including a consideration of how these themes are portrayed in music and art. This summer course fulfills the semester requirement that all freshmen and sophomores must complete for SSSAS graduation. It is an intensive course that will meet from 8:30 a.m. until noon, with a mid-morning break. Students and families should be mindful of the intensity of the class hours required. Please note that students must attend all three weeks of this course to obtain academic credit. One semester credit. This course fulfills part of the SSSAS graduation requirement in religion.
    Contact summer studies director Mr. Joe Wenger at jwenger@sssas.org with any questions.


  • Soccer Camp for Boys & Girls (The Soccer Pros)

    Ages 4-13 (AM, PM, or Full-Day sessions available)
    AM 9:00-11:45 a.m.
    PM 12:15-3:00 p.m.
    OR
    FULL DAY 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
    Session I - June 26-30
    Session II - July 3-7 (No Camp Tuesday July 4)
    Session III - July 10-14
    Session IV - July 17-21
    Upper School Campus 
     
     
    The Soccer Pros is a physical development program for boys and girls specializing in soccer instruction and games. Younger campers learn fundamental skills through dribbling, shooting, and passing games, all in a warm and friendly environment. The older age groups focus on developing skills and techniques through soccer games, challenges, and team-building competitions. The Soccer Pros will have special appearances from current and former professional soccer players to sign autographs and answer questions about becoming a real Soccer Pro!

    Mini Pros: Ages 4-6 
    This program is specialized for our youngest age groups and uses a variety of fun games to delight and engage kids in physical education. This camp is professionally designed to develop motor skills, promote physical fitness, and create self-confidence in kids. We stress a non-competitive environment and promote fun above all else. AM, PM, or Full-Day sessions available.
     
    Junior Pros: Ages 7-10
    In this program campers will be taught how to optimize tactics such as ball control, dribbling, shooting, and passing. The Soccer Pros puts emphasis on proper technique on the field. The Soccer Pros instructors will provide your child with fun and creative ways to play both individually and within a team environment. The Soccer Pros staff will conduct small-sided games, tournaments and other fun-related activities. AM, PM, or Full-Day sessions available.
     
    Soccer Pros Elites: Ages 11-13
    This program is designed to create a fun, yet challenging experience through individual and group instruction. Players learn to develop the skills necessary to play soccer correctly and at a fun and desired level. The Soccer Pros staff will conduct small-sided games, tournaments and other fun-related activities. AM, PM, or Full-Day sessions available.
     
    All registrations this year will be handled by the Soccer Pros. Go to thesoccerpros.com for more information.  
    Please contact The Soccer Pros at info@thesoccerpros.com.
    Please remember to bring SOCCER CLEATS, WATER BOTTLE, SNEAKERS AND SHINGUARDS!
  • SSSAS Spirit Camp

    Rising Grades 3-6
    12:15 to 3:00 p.m.
    Session I - June 19-23
    Session III - June 26-30
    Session III - July 10-14
    Session IV - July 17-21
    Middle School Campus
    $265 per Session

    Session II June 26-30 has been CANCELED

    Exhibit your enthusiasm and CHEER learning the fundamentals of cheerleading and dance! Participants do not need to have any prior cheerleading experience and it is open to campers from all schools. At this camp, your child can expect to be taught motions, cheers, chants, dances & jumps in a low-pressure, safe, and fun environment. Parents are welcome to watch the performances on the last day of camp. Each week, camp will be completely different, and there will be different themes for each day.  Contact Lower School Fifth Grade teacher, Chanel Malik, with questions you may have at cmalik@sssas.org.
  • SSSAS Step Camp

    Rising grades 4-8
    9:00 a.m.-12noon (Half-day AM)
    Session I - June 19-23
    Session II - June 26-30
    Middle School Campus
    $250 per Session
     
    SSSAS Step! is a program designed to introduce students to the art of stepping. Stepping or step-dancing is a form of percussive dance in which the participant's entire body is used as an instrument to produce complex rhythms and sounds through a mixture of footsteps, spoken word, and hand claps. At the end of the program, students will not only have mastered intense discipline, focus, and precision, but they will have a few step routines under their belt as well! Contact Middle School History Teacher Candace Gregg at cgregg@sssas.org with questions.
  • STEAM Technology & Tinkering Fun Camp

    Rising Grades 6-8
    9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
    Session I - June 19-23
    Session II - June 26-30
    Middle School Campus
    $425 per session

    STEAM challenges, coding lessons, tinkering, circuits and robots await your budding engineer during our week long STEAM, tinkering & technology camp. Campers will learn how to control and program a Sphero, use LittleBits to combine creativity with circuits, design and print an original, useable project with 3D printers, and discover so much more using other games, robots and tools. Teamwork, curiosity and creativity will be put to the test as campers try to build towers, bridges and more during daily STEAM challenges. We will explore the worlds of stop animation and virtual reality (VR) and create some of our own!  Contraption Maker will allow your engineer to explore and use physics concepts as they design chain reactions and problem solve. Students will be introduced to coding languages and then apply what they have learned to problem solve and innovate.  Campers will be encouraged to combine their creativity with their STEAM skills to design, create, adjust and play! If you have a curious, tech-loving kid this camp is for them! If you have any questions please contact Julie Riedy, Middle School Math Teacher, at jriedy@sssas.org.
  • Summer Creative Clay Arts Camp

    Rising Grades 5-8
    9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
    June 19 - August 18
    Upper School Campus
    $395 per one-week session
    $320 for (Holiday Week) session July 3-7
    $360 per session if you sign up for more than 1 week (Please call the SSSAS Summer Programs Office at 703-212-2777 for your discount)

    Fire up your creative self and join the fun at St. Stephen's & St. Agnes School Saints summer creative clay arts camp!  At this t
    wo-week long ceramic arts camp, campers expand their imaginations and explore the exciting world of clay through a wide range of projects and building techniques. Whether working with coil, sculpture, claymation, or wheel-thrown pottery, students learn in a supportive, small class setting with plenty of individual instruction and inspiration. SSSAS high school campus has one of the best ceramics studios in the region. Sessions are provided all summer to allow us more time to work on the potter’s wheel and develop our wheel throwing skills.  Throwing, trimming, glazing, embellishing and firing will be covered. 

    Full day camp includes a supervised lunch, lots of games and breaks for exercise, field trips to local galleries and historical sites, and more! meet for 7 hours each day (from 9 am - 4 pm) and include the hour-long supervised break for lunch. Parents should provide snacks and lunches. 

    Every other Friday, parents and campers celebrate with an exhibition of works in progress, performances, and ice cream party. Each camper receives a free camper designed T-shirt!
    Joey WadeJoey, an award-winning artist, has 15 years of art education experience. Previously, Mr. Wade taught design at the University of Illinois in Chicago and is presently our Upper School ceramics teacher here at SSSAS.  Contact Mr. Wade with questions at jwade@sssas.org
  • SummerTimes Day Camp

    Rising Grades K-6
    AM, PM & Full-Day Sessions available for Day Camp
    AM - 8:30 a.m. to noon
    PM - 12:30-3:00 p.m.
    Full Day - 8:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
    Note: Each session is one week

    Session I - June 19-23
    Session II - June 26-30
    Session III - July 3-7 (No Camp Tuesday, July 4)
    Session IV - July 10-14
    Session V - July 17-21
    Session VI - July 24-28

    Lower School Campus
    $225 per AM Half-Session
    $200 per PM Half-Session
    $180 for AM Half-Session for Session III (holiday week)
    $160 for PM Half-Session for Session III (holiday week)
    $375 per Full-Day Session
    $300 for Full-Day Session III (holiday week)

    Typical Daily Schedule
    8:30 a.m. Drop-off at “home base”
    8:45 a.m. Morning classes
    10:00 a.m. Swimming
    12:00 p.m. Lunch
    12:30 p.m. Afternoon classes
    2:45–2:55 p.m. Ice cream snack
    3:00 p.m. Dismissal

    At SummerTimes Day Camp we understand the importance of play. We are dedicated to providing a safe, nurturing environment where the campers can explore new opportunities, make new friends, and create memories to last a lifetime. The Lower School’s 16 acre campus provides plenty of indoor and outdoor space for wonderful summer experiences. For rising kindergarteners through rising sixth graders, Day Camp offers a wide range of enriching activities each day, including arts and crafts, music and drama, science and technology, sports, and daily swimming. Campers are grouped by age into “home bases” according to grade level and assigned to a caring counselor who rotates with the group through the daily activities. The counselors will not only supervise activities, but act as role models as the campers are encouraged to act in a kind and responsible manner.  We believe that each camper is important and unique, and we strive to encourage these individual strengths each day.

    • Campers must bring their lunch every day.
    • Each camper is provided a fabulous Day Camp T-shirt.
    • Campers utilize the Lower School’s excellent facilities including music rooms, art studios, computer and science labs, and the tinkering space.
    • Each week of camp has a designated theme. Special events and field trips are designed around the theme.
    • Off-campus transportation is provided by school buses operated by our own team of professional SSSAS Transportation Department drivers.
    We look forward to welcoming your son or daughter to this very special group of SummerTimes Day Campers! 
    For questions or additional details, please contact the Summer Programs Office at summerprograms@sssas.org or by telephone at 703-212-2777.
  • SummerTimes Junior Day Camp

    Ages 3-4
    8:30 a.m. to noon (Half-Day)
    Session I June 19-23
    Session II June 26-30
    Session III July 3-7 Holiday Week (No camp Tuesday July 4)
    Session IV July 10-14
    Session V July 17-21
    Note: Each session is one week
    Lower School Campus
    $210 Holiday-Week
    $265 per session

    Under the direction of Saints Kindergarten Teacher Leslie Williams, this engaging half-day camp option for our youngest campers emphasizes fun and friendships and is staffed by responsible and experienced adults who have been trained and prepared for this summer’s fun! Each child enjoys a small, self-contained class with art activities, building, puzzles, stories, and singing. The groups have outdoor playground time, as well as water play.

    To provide the best possible experience for every child, Junior Day campers must be three years old and toilet trained before the start of camp. Please apply sunscreen each morning and bring a daily snack and suit/towel for water play. Space is limited, so sign up early!
    Contact Ms. Williams with your questions concerning this camp at lwilliams@sssas.org or by telephone at 703-212-2861.

    Please note: There is no Morning Care or Extended Day for Junior Day Camp.
  • Women in Leadership Development Camp (W.I.L.D.)

    Grades by session...see below
    9:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.
    Session I - June 19-23 (Rising grades 6-8)
    Session II - June 26-30 (Rising grades 9-12) 
    Upper School Campus
    $375 per session
     
    Camp W.I.L.D. (Women in Leadership Development)
     
    Who runs the world? GIRLS! This camp is a crash course in female empowerment for motivated young women who have aspirations for leadership. It is designed to inspire young women to explore attainable goals throughout middle and high school while making plans for college, value their achievements by looking at inspirational models in history and their communities, and instill confidence and courage to persevere in our society. 
     
    They will apply their personal passions to examples from pop culture, literature, Internet expression, and cinema to better discover their unique voices. Guest speakers and field trips will expand this experience beyond the classroom and prepare the girls to take on the world. Please contact Carrie Meyers at cmeyers@sssas.org with any questions.
  • Wrestling Camp For Boys

    Rising Grades 6-9 
    9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
    June 19-23
    Upper School Campus
    $315
     
    Saints Wrestling Camp is led by SSSAS Varsity Head Wrestling Coach Trae Humphreys who is assisted by former All-State and current Division I Collegiate Wrestlers. This camp is designed to introduce many elements of the sport that will lead to success both on and off of the mat. Our staff will help wrestlers of all levels improve their skills and abilities by offering introduction to technique, hands-on instruction, live wrestling, and games. Participants will learn basic takedowns, moves from the bottom position, and pinning combinations, as well as ways to develop their own wrestling style. Off of the mat we focus on our team motto: “wrestling is training for life” and learn the many ways that our experiences in wrestling can help teach us life lessons. Coaches will also address important issues such as proper nutrition, hydration, and conditioning for wrestlers.
     
    Most importantly, this camp is designed to teach the sport of wrestling and encourage competition in a fun environment.
     
    Questions should be directed to Coach Humphreys at thumphreys@sssas.org   

    Please note: Every day of the week, this camp will take a trip to the pool. Please remember to bring a change of clothes, a towel, and swim gear each day.
     
  • Zoology Camp

    Rising Grades 4-7
    9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
    Session I - June 19-23
    Session II - August 14-18
    Middle School Campus
    $450 per session

    Do you love animals? Do you love field trips? If so, this camp is for you. A daily field trip format is combined with lab work so students can learn more about the amazing animal world. Students will explore all the branches of the animal kingdom: invertebrates, fish, amphibians, reptiles, birds, and mammals. We will see animals in the wild as well as in captivity, do animal crafts and animal habitat projects, and meet people who work with animals. As we learn about animals, we will also learn about their natural habitats in the air, water, and on land, and what people can do to help preserve natural environments. This camp is run by Saints Middle School Science Teacher Robert Davis and is for kids who want to mix a strong science course with lots of summertime fun and adventure. Come join us for a “wild” week of Zoology Camp! Contact SSSAS Middle School Science teacher, Mr. Robert Davis at rdavis@sssas.org with any questions you may have about this exciting camp.
St. Stephen's & St. Agnes School is an independent, college-preparatory, coed, day, Episcopal Church School that educates students in junior kindergarten through grade 12. The school consists of three, age-appropriate campuses (Lower, Middle, and Upper School) in Alexandria, Virginia. SSSAS welcomes families of all faiths.
LOWER SCHOOL
Grades JK-5
400 Fontaine Street
Alexandria, VA 22302
MIDDLE SCHOOL
Grades 6-8
4401 West Braddock Road
Alexandria, VA 22304
UPPER SCHOOL
Grades 9-12
1000 St. Stephen's Road
Alexandria, VA 22304