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Tue Jun11

First Day of Summer School Classes

Thu Jul18

Last Day of Summer School

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  • UPDATE: Registration is now open!  Head to the 'How to Register' page to register now!

  • Last day to withdraw from classes: June 1, 2018

  • First day of Summer Programs: June 12, 2018

  • Fourth of July Holiday: Wednesday, July 4

  • Last day of Summer Programs, July 19

Dear Bellarmine Summer Programs Community,

Greetings from Bellarmine Summer Programs! As your family’s summer planning is surely underway, I would like to provide you with some information as we approach the release of our catalog and the opening of our Summer Programs registration next week. Each summer our campus hosts over 1500 girls and boys, from Kindergarten through 12th grade, who partake in our many academic, athletic, and enrichment offerings. We are blessed with excellent instructors at all levels, each passionate about educating young people through the lens of the Bellarmine College Preparatory mission. Below are a few highlights from our Summer 2018 offerings.

Questions? Please check out our FAQ page for answers to the most common questions. You can also email us at summerschool@bcp.org or call the office at (408) 537-9475.

K-5th Graders: EXCITING NEWS! - For the first time ever, we are offering full-day options for our kindergarten through fifth-grade campers. With the introduction of our "Breakfast Club," you can drop your camper off as early as 7:00 am, and we'll give them breakfast. From there, you'll choose from a variety of camp options running from 9:00 - 10:20 am and 10:40 am - noon. These will include Lego STEAM, Ceramics, and our popular Intro to Sports camps. The morning sessions will be separated by a brief transition period and snack time. Parents may then register campers in our Lunch Club, with provided meals, activities and supervision. Lunch Club is followed by our afternoon enrichment camp opportunities, including Art Exploration, Lego Robotics and more! We are also introducing after-camp supervision options. Check out the website, email us, or give us a call for more info!

5-8th Graders: Upper elementary and middle school students and campers will have a wide range of academic, athletic and enrichment options. We’re offering all new opportunities in our Video Production, Ceramics and Dance camps. Returning are the ever-popular STEM and Makerspace camps, with limited space, so sign up soon! Other favorites include Shakespeare: Plays!, Speech and Debate, Robotics, Spanish, American Sign Language, Digital Photography, Performing Arts, Improvisation, Intro to Guitar, Intro to CAD and Principles of Computer Science, along with other coding opportunities. New this year is our Track and Field camps line-up! Check out the catalog for more details. Other athletics camps offered are Baseball, Basketball, Cross Country, Football, Frisbee, Lacrosse, Soccer, and Strength and Conditioning. Finally, we continue to offer a number of academic courses for grade 5-8 in English and Math, including standard and advanced English courses, Mythology and math courses ranging from Pre-Algebra Prep to Algebra 2. These courses are great for preparing students to be successful in their upcoming 2018-2019 school year.

9-12th Graders: For our high school level courses, we continue to offer many options for preview or remediation, including first and second semesters of Spanish, Algebra 1, Geometry 1, Algebra 2, Pre-calculus, Calculus, U.S. History, and World History. We also offer SAT test preparation courses, as well as a variety of courses for incoming and current Bellarmine students, including Bellarmine Prep, Foundations: Visual Arts, Foundations: Performing Arts, Exploring Computer Science, and Weight Training. For enrichment we plan to offer Intro to Guitar, and a new Ethical Entrepreneurship seminar, where business leaders will speak on their journey towards becoming successful through the lens of ethical practices. For athletic development, our sports programs offer a variety of options geared towards preparing athletes for many levels of competition – check out our catalog next week for more details!

Our faculty and staff are excited to serve your child’s interests and needs this summer through all these and more exciting offerings. Please reach out if you have any questions and be sure to check the bcp.org/summer page for updates.


Chris Cozort
Director of Bellarmine Summer Programs