Thank you for your interest in St. Paul’s Episcopal School’s summer programs. Our summer programs offer engaging educational and recreational programs for learners of all ages beginning as young as rising St. Paul’s Early Education (EEC) 3K. If you have any questions please contact one of our summer program coordinators:

Jackie Jackson |
Coordinator of Summer Saints Day Camp

Jill Drum |
Coordinator of Summer Saints Enrichment Programs

Summer Day Camp

Rising EEC 3K through St. Paul's 6th Grade Students

Let us take your Saint on a summer time adventure where every day is an opportunity for friendship, fun, and discovery! Each week we will explore a new theme and immerse ourselves in learning and fun. We offer indoor and outdoor activities, creative art projects, dance, sports, games, science, technology, cooking, storytelling, dramatic play, special guests, and daily adventures on and off campus.

This summer, rising St. Paul’s Early Education (EEC) 3K through rising 6th grade St. Paul's students are invited to join us June 3, 2019 through August 2,2019 for a full day  7:30-5:30, a half day morning 7:30-12:30, or a half day afternoon 12:30-5:30. Drop in days are also available. Summer Saints Day Camp for rising EEC 3K through St. Paul's Kindergarten students will be directed by Mrs. Mindy West and Summer Saints Day Camp for rising St. Paul's 1st through 6th grade students will be directed by Mrs. Jackie Jackson. Both camps will be located on the St. Paul's Dogwood Lane campus.

General Information

  • Dates: June 3 - August 2
  • Time: 7:30 a.m. - 5:30 p.m. (full day option)
  • Location: St. Paul's Dogwood Lane campus (161 Dogwood Lane)
  • One Time Registration Fee: $30 (includes Camp T-Shirt)
  • Full Week Cost: $165 per week
  • Half Day Cost: $90 per week (choice of 7:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. or 12:30 p.m. - 5:30 p.m.)
  • Drop-in Days: $45 per day

Summer Schedules - Coming Soon!

Grades 3K-Kindergarten Schedule - coming soon!

Full Summer Schedule

Grades 1-6 Weekly Schedules - coming soon!

Week 1

Week 2

Week 3

Week 4

Week 5

Week 6

Week 7

Week 8

Week 9

Register Today!

  • Download Registration form here
  • Send completed registration form and $30 registration fee
    • Mail: St. Paul's ATTN: Summer Saints, 161 Dogwood Ln, Mobile, AL 36608. 
    • School Folder: For your convenience you may return completed forms in your student’s school folder.
  • Registration fee must be included in order to process your child's registration form.
  • Please note that children must be enrolled at St. Paul's School (rising PreK-6th grades only) or St. Paul's Church Early Education Center (rising 3K only) for the 2019-2020 school year in order to participate in Summer Saints Day Camp.

Need to Contact Us?

Please email the Summer Saints Staff:

On Campus Classes and Camps

Contact Summer School Coordinator Jill Drum at or 251-622-7962 for further details or questions concerning "on campus" classes and camps.

Sports Camps - 2019 Information Coming Soon

Saints Football Camp
July 16-18, 2018
8 – 11 a.m.
Ages 5-13 years
Click here for a registration form

Saints Cheerleading Camp
July 16-18, 2018
9:00 a.m. – 11:30 a.m.
Rising PreK - 4th grades
Click here for a registration form

Enrichment Camps - 2019 Information Coming Soon

Registration Form

Sixth Grade English Summer Reading Class

June 4-8, 12:00 - 3:00pm or July 23-27, 9:00am - 12:00pm • $100 
Rising 6th graders
Dive into the American Revolution with the Sixth Grade summer reading book, Sophia’s War by Avi. Join Mrs. Campbell for this fun way to accomplish some of your summer reading! During the course of the week, we will read the book, and look closely at vocabulary, maps, character development, and figurative language. Sixth Graders will also complete their summer reading projects. 
**Students will need to bring their books.

Discover the One and Only Ivan

July 9 - 12, 2018: 9:00 am - 12:00 pm • $150
Rising 4th graders
Come join Mrs. McCullough for a fun-filled week as we learn more about Ivan! Activities will include readers’ theatre, ‘map studies, vocabulary activities, pre- reading discussion, character discussion, painting pictures, crossword puzzles, voice and genre studies, visualization activities, and games as well as writing activities- all with a focus on the book The One and Only Ivan. The result at the end of the week will be completion of your summer reading requirement and project!
**Teacher will provide materials, books and snacks.

Life Skills - Allie Fuquay

June 25-28 • 1:00pm - 4:00pm • $125
Completed 10th-12th graders
Learn how to thrive as a young adult in the 21st Century. You will have the opportunity to open a bank account, learn about credit and budgets, register to vote (if you will be old enough to vote in the next election), plan out a fitness and nutrition guide, write your résumé, learn how to do laundry, take care of your car, and more!

It’s O’Fish all…you’re starting PreK…Come see what it’s like on a school day!

July 9-11: 8:30-11:30am • $150
Rising preK
You’ll practice your ABC’s and 123’s, Mrs. Martin and Mrs. Eudy will make sure you’re ready academically. The fish are biting so HOOK your spot now!!!

Scavenger Hunt with Photography - Leigh Brown

July 9-11: 9:00-11:30am • $150
Rising 4th-6th grades

Everyone loves to take photographs!  Students will learn the basics of digital photography and composition in this exciting summer adventure!  The students will take pictures of items around the school.  However, to find these items, they must first answer a riddle.  After solving their riddle and a photographing their objects students will finalize and print their photos, thereby composing a summer portfolio of their first adventure in photography.

Math and Test-taking “brush-up”

July 16-19, 2018: 1:00-3:00pm • $150
Rising 8th-12th grades
This course will be a great primer-course to help students start the new year on a high note. Join Mr. Brigham as he teaches you habits to help you get the best possible results out of your time and effort throughout the new school year. This course will focus on a refresher for Math skills and will include the pre-algebra and algebra skills needed for all St. Paul’s Math classes. The math portion of the ACT will also be addressed. In addition to math skills, there will be test taking and study skills for all subjects covered.

Photography, Pets and People - Leigh Brown

July 16-19, 2018: 9:00-11:30am • $150
Rising 4th-6th grades

Students will learn the basics of digital photography and composition and will learn to use a small camera to photograph their pets and family.  After photographing their loved ones, student will finalize and print their photos, and complete the week with an exciting PHOTO BOOK of their first adventure in photography!

It’s a Whole New World…Get Ready for 3rd Grade!

July 24-26, 2018: 9:00-11:00am • $130
Rising 3rd graders
Is your rising 3rd grader nervous about moving to the big campus? If so, this camp will be perfect! Ms. Hack will guide our newest students on a tour of the campus, explore classrooms and the cafeteria, and answer all of your child’s burning questions about 3rd grade life! At the same time, we will review 2nd grade math and reading skills needed to have a successful start to the year. Your child will end this camp excited and ready to begin 3rd grade with confidence!

College Applications - Leigh Barnett

July 30-August 1, 2018; 9:00-11:30am • $100
Rising 12th
Seniors, are you stressed out about making progress on your college applications before school starts? Does your summer already look so busy you feel like you cannot possibly fit it in? Sign up for this class and solve all your problems! You will finalize your resume and work on the online application formats for the Common Applications, Apply Texas, and others. The class size for this course will be small enough to allow time for plenty of individual attention! By the end of class, you should be able to finish your resume and several applications and, especially if you have also signed up for our Writing the College Essay class, be close to being done! 

College Essay Writing - Leigh Barnett and Eleanor Baker

This class meets Monday-Thursday July 30-August 2-12:00-2:00pm • $100
Rising 12th
Who wants to get that college essay done and over with before senior year even begins? This one-week class in advanced expository and narrative composition is aimed to generate ideas for college essays. Students will examine prompts from various colleges and begin the essay-writing process by brainstorming and developing ideas into crisp and original pieces of writing.

Middle School Study Skills

July 30-Aug. 2, 2018: 10:00am - 12:00pm • $150
Rising 5th - 8th graders
This course will address the study skills that will help students succeed in Middle School. Mrs. Wagner will cover topics like setting goals, how we learn, identifying individual learning styles, getting organized, reading and following directions, reading and writing strategies, memory techniques, test-taking strategies and using graphic organizers.

The Art of Writing an Article

July 30-August 2, 2018: 9:00-11:00am • $100
Rising 9th-12th
Max 10 students
Want to write for your school paper, a local magazine, or perhaps an on-line publication? You must be able to pitch ideas, research subjects, conduct interviews, and then craft your words into articles someone wants to read. In this class Mrs. Baker will teach you these skills as well as read samples of articles we want to emulate and those we’d rather not. We’ll discuss how to make money writing and strategize about ways to get your words in print. Asking is the hardest part. In addition to teaching English classes at St. Paul’s, Mrs. Baker is an editor and writer for ACCESS Magazine, a local women’s monthly publication.

Super Fun Summer Math Camp

July 24-26, 2018: 9-11:00am • $130
Rising 4th graders
Rising fourth graders will use exciting games and activities to brush up on important math skills before school starts. Join Mrs. Potts for Super Fun Summer Math Camp, and start your 4th grade year off right. Have fun and brush up on your math skills before 4th grade!

St. Paul's Extracurricular Music Program
Contact with questions.

Classes offered in piano, guitar and percussion. Please see the Extracurricular Music Program enrollment form for more details and prices.
Click here for enrollment form.

Off Campus Classes

A variety of summer programs are offered at colleges and universities, as well as locally. Please log in to your Naviance account to see a list of possibilities. If you decide to apply to ANY summer program, listed here or independently, please see Ms. Bailey in College Guidance. We will be glad to help you with your application, transcript, resume or letters of recommendation. 

Log in to Naviance here > Select the Colleges Tab > Select the Research Tab > Select Enrichment Programs

If you have trouble or questions regarding your Naviance account, please see Ms. Bailey or Ms. Barnett in College Guidance.


Congratulations Katherine White ’11 | Named 2019 MAMGA Queen! - More Info  

New Head of Upper School - More Info