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Summer at St. Mark's

Join us for Summer at St. Mark's 2024! Self-discovery with Summer at St. Mark’s will have campers fueling their individuality as they uncover new talents and passions! Whether it is sewing, robotics, creative writing, or sports, we know that your camper will have a great time learning more about what makes them special.

Registration Information

Registration is now open, online!

Registration will remain open until capacities are met, and waitlists will be available. The deadline to cancel for a full refund is May 1, 2024. Cancellations after May 1 will include a $50 cancellation fee. After May 15, there will be no refunds given.

Parents of Cub Campers (children 18 months through 2 years of age) must complete two required forms to attend Summer Camp this summer: Admission Information Form 2935 and Parents' Rights Form 2987. Please return these forms to Juli Rush at least 1 week prior to the first date your child this age is attending camp.


Before Camp Care: 7:30 AM - 9:00 AM
Morning Camp: 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Full Day Camp: 9:00 AM  - 4:00 PM
After Camp Care: 4:00 - 5:30 PM


Session One: June 3 - 7
Session Two: June 10 - 14
Session Three: June 17 - 21
Session Four: June 24 - 28
*Session Five: July 1 - 3
Session Six: July 8 - 12
Session Seven: July 15 - 19
**Session Eight: July 22 - 26
**Session Nine: July 29 - August 2

*Please note this is a shorter camp week to account for the 4th of July holiday

**Please note these weeks are only available for our youngest campers in Cub Camp

Summer 2024 Adventure Routes:

Each week offers a new opportunity! Campers can continue to develop their skills and become pros in their original route or pick a new one to try as they continue discovering what interests and inspires them most.

The Arts includes sewing, music, creative writing, theatre, and visual art. There is also built in time for playing in our gyms and playgrounds in all our adventure routes. 

Movement includes tae kwon do, yoga, break dancing, and general sports. There is also built in time for playing on our playgrounds in all our adventure routes. 

STEAM includes science, nature, robotics, and gaming (both board games and coding). There is also built in time for playing in our gyms and playgrounds in all our adventure routes. 

In addition to our adventure routes, we also include Fun Fabulous Friday Here-Trips where outside visitors come to offer an in-house field trip experience. We also offer Water Wednesdays for all our full-day campers regardless of route they choose.

  • Friday June 7: NASA Space Center
  • Friday June 14: Theater Performance 
  • Friday June 21: Break Dance Show and Lesson
  • Friday June 28: Houston Museum of Natural Science
  • Friday July 12: Muralist for Art Show and Lesson
  • Friday July 19: Festival with Dance Party, E-Sports Truck and Human Hamster Balls

​​​​​​​*Note there is no Here-Trip the Week of July 1-3 due to the shortened week for the 4th of July holiday 


Summer at St. Mark's Highlights

NEW FOR SUMMER 2024: This summer we’ve streamlined our camp experiences into three adventures: Movement, The Arts, and STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, Math). Campers can mix and match between weeks or become a pro by staying within the same adventure each week. Each of these adventure pathways will still include our Wacky Water Wednesdays and Fun + Fabulous Fridays where campers get to enjoy water play and the thematic Here-Trip visits from outside groups.

Each week we’ll also be working on specific elements included in self-discovery. Campers can collect stickers to show the work they’re doing toward each skill: creativity, curiosity, adventure, courage, compassion, confidence, and many more. Our hope is that campers attend as many weeks as possible to keep collecting these amazing Summer at St. Mark’s stickers for their water bottles, journals, or keepsake collection.

Wacky Water Wednesdays: Campers enrolled in our full days will get to enjoy water play to cool off in the sun with a range of choices from water balloons to water slides. For more information regarding water play, please see our full camp descriptions.

Fun + Fabulous Fridays: Each Friday the Full Day Camp will have a ‘Here-Trip’ where campers can enjoy an experience that aligns with the week’s thematic adventures. For a full list of Here-Trips, check out the camp themes below. 

Unfortunately, due to the shortened daily schedule, our half day camps do not allow for additional experiences like the Fun + Fabulous Friday and Wacky Water Wednesdays.

Optional Lunch Addition: Don’t feel like packing lunches? We offer the option to add on lunch provided from the camp. To see the lunch menu and for pricing, please visit our camp registration website.

Counselor in Training Program

This summer St. Mark’s will host the fourth year of our counselor-in-training program for middle school students hoping to gain leadership skills while having fun. In addition to leadership trainings like CPR and First Aid, interview skills, team building, resume writing, and service learning, our rising 5th through 8th graders will also get advanced classes throughout both morning and afternoon sessions in all three of our adventure routes: The Arts, Movement, and STEAM. Our middle school students will get to experience both the fun of camp in challenging and age-level sessions plus the leadership skills we’ve emphasized the past several years with Summer at St. Mark’s!

Summer at St. Mark's FAQs

Contact the Team

Juli Rush

Juli Rush

Director of Extended Programs and Liaison to Fine Arts
Michiko Sharpe

Michiko Sharpe

Assistant Director of Extended Programs