Summer Camp 2021 Now Open!

June 7 – July 16, 2021
7:30am – 5:00pm
No summer camp on 6/11 and 7/5

Contact
Samantha Gomes
Assistant to Head of School, St. Anthony School
E: sgomes@sasmaui.org
P: 808-244-4190 x 221

We are very excited to provide a summer camp program that is on campus! We have been working diligently to plan and prepare for the children and staff to safely and successfully join for the four weeks of camp. As always, we will provide a mix of academic review, movement activities, art and creative play, music, and something else that has been missed for the past two months; in person connectedness and relationship building.

Parents of students accepted into the SAS Summer Camp will receive written guidelines prior to June 29th detailing the drop-off procedures, camp monitoring of students and staff and pick-up procedures that we are providing in response to COVID-19. Our primary focus is on safety. Our full campus will be used to provide exciting and creative ways for the children to interact and grow in heart, mind, body, and soul. Safety reminder signs will be posted, and safe social distance markings will be placed on ground.

Registration form →Download flyer →View daily schedule →

SAS Summer Camp Highlights

Daily Academic Review and Enrichment includes: Math, Reading, Science, Religion, Hawaiian Culture activities, Music, Movement, Arts and Crafts and plenty of outdoor activities.

Summer Camp Fees:

One-time registration fee: $50 per child
Week One – June 7–11 (no camp on the 11th): $290
Week Two – June 14-18: $360
Week Three – June 21-25: $360
Week Four – June 28–July 2: $360
Week Five – July 5–July 9 (no camp on the 5th): $290
Week Six – July 12–16: $360

About St. Anthony School

Since 1848, St. Anthony School has been a thriving community known for its congenial spirit, academic excellence, progressive growth and meaningful faith formation. Our ‘ohana is committed to sharing gifts of service with the families and community of Maui. Our mission is to unlock the full potential of every K-12th grade child by providing a progressive educational experience that combines quality curriculum and 21st century competencies with Christian Catholic values in the Marianist spirit.