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Cherishing, encouraging and preparing ages two through 6th grade.
Tuition includes before school care, lunches, textbooks and supplies and Homework Club. Aftercare is available. All students participate in leadership, science, art, music, foreign language, physical education and buddy programs.
Now Enrolling for 2011-2012!
1515 Bennett Ave. St. Louis, MO 63122 314.821.6270 www.rohanwoods.org
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Faith Academy provides a peaceful, nurturing Montessori environment, where children are respected as individuals and can learn at their own pace. Under the loving direction of our experienced educators, children develop a positive self image and a passion for learning that lasts a lifetime. Educating Children ages 2-1/2 — 6 since 1982 44 N. Gore Webster G roves 314-961-1411 WWW . faithacademyofmoNtessori . com
Art Studio Classes & Family Workshops
Download a Program Brochure and Register Online at www.laumeier.org
Summer Art Camps & Classes
• June 11 – July 23: ages 4 to adult • Clay, painting, printmaking, sculpture
• One-week sessions: June 6 – July 29 • Half-day sessions for ages 4 to 6 • Full-day sessions for ages 6 to 15
Acting and Visual Art Camp
• July 25 – 29: half - day for ages 5 to 8 • August 1 – 5: full - day for ages 8 to 11
12580 Rott Road, St. Louis, MO 63127 314.615.5269 | www.laumeier.org
Sculpture - Intensive Art Camp
• August 1 – 5: full - day for ages 10 to 15
February 18 - 24, 2011
ACTIVITY AND MOVEMENT
Dance Center of Kirkwood (8216663) offers the opportunity to study with experienced and highly trained professional instructors. Summer camps focus on all aspects of choreography, music, staging, costumes and makeup. Mini-camps each Friday and Saturday throughout the summer study the Swan Lake Ballet, Chinese ribbon dancing, hip-hop and Disney princesses. East West Ballet School strives to be the obvious choice for those seeking excellent dance training with exceptional standards at a reasonable cost. They offer professional quality dance instruction with a former ballet dancer, and a graduate of Canada’s National Ballet School. Call 398-9960 or visit www. EastWestBallet.com. St. Louis Gym Centre (315 W. Pacific, 968-9494) offers gymnastic instruction for ages 1 to adult and martial arts instruction for ages 4 to adult. Two 5-day camps and Monday, Wednesday, Thursday half-day camps as well as classes are offered for summer. Birthday parties, field trips, playgroups and adult open workout also offered. Visit www. stlouisgymcentre.com. St. Louis Scott Gallagher Soccer Club (636-349-3760) offers year-round programs for boys and girls of all ages and skill levels. Spring outdoor, developmental programs for ages 3 to 10 begin the last week of March at the club’s headquarters at Anheuser-Busch Center in Fenton, Scott Gallagher Soccer Club in Maryland Heights and Metro United Complex in Collinsville. Summer day camps for ages 4 to 18 begin in early June throughout the area. All camps focus on improving individual skills in the sport. Kids learn to improve their “touch” on the ball and self-confidence on the field. Enrollment forms at www.slsgcamps.com.
Tower Tee’s professional teaching staff, headed by owner/head PGA Professional Steve Lotz, focuses on addressing the needs of the individual and his/ her golf requirements. Their motto is “We teach people, not systems.” Lesson packages and single session lessons are available from all the teaching professionals. Call 481-5818 for information. CAMPS In Kirkwood for 60+ years Ackermann’s Swim Program teaches children 4-11 the life skill of swimming and water safety. Group swim lessons in four heated pools with different water levels for safe learning. Red Cross certified teaching staff. Non-competitive learning environment. Drop off and pick-up at curb. Visit aspkirkwood.com. Cub Creek (573-458-2125) is the only overnight animal camp in the country. Campers can feed lemurs, walk llamas, hold a baby kangaroo, pet a porcupine (very carefully of course), launch rockets, explore a cave, make candy and crafts, enjoy archery, riflery and zip lining. They have a beautiful facility on 240 acres, large air-conditioned cabins, great food, caring staff and fantastic camp activities. The most popular week-long activities include Adopt an Animal, Junior Vet, Crime Science, Archery, Pottery, Survival Skills and Culinary Science. Visit www.myanimalcamp.com and request a free brochure. The College School offers day camps for ages 4-11 and outdoor adventures for ages 9-15. One-week Summer Warm-Up camps are from June 6-10, four 2-week themed Adventure Day Camp Sessions are from June 13-August 5. Day camps, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Monday through Friday, include field trips, recreational swimming and swim lessons (for ages 4-7). Before and after care is available. Experienced teach-
ers assisted by qualified counselors lead day camps. For campers ages 9-15 seeking outdoor learning experiences, the school offers various 5-day adventures led by experienced College School teachers from June 6-July 22. Concord Lanes, with nine acres, is summer camp fun. The camp offers bowling, mini-golf, batting cages and sand volleyball to keep kids active all day long. Find all this and more at Kids In Action Summer Camp. For more information call 843-9200 or visit www. concordlanes.com. Cor Jesu Enrichment and Sports Camps are designed for girls, 3rd-8th grades, and are taught by CJA teachers and coaches. Camps include show choir, cooking, baking, creative writing, study skills, hip-hop, Zumba, new gradeschool lacrosse, field hockey, volleyball, soccer, golf, basketball and more. Visit www.corjesu.org/camps2011 for more information. David’s Guitar Loft (Webster Groves and Fenton) offers three summer camp options for ages 5-17: Rock Start Summer Camp, Song Writing Series Camp and Exploring Music. For more information visit www.davidsguitarloft.com. Forsyth Summer Discovery 2011 will be in full swing from June 13 to August 12. Discover something new this summer. Learn illustration and cartooning from a published illustrator. Build a solar car and learn about solar energy. How about fishing in Forest Park and much more with Eco Adventures? Summer Discovery offers nearly four dozen, 1-week themed camps developed by the Forsyth School faculty for boys and girls ages 3 - 12. There are terrific early childhood camps for the pre-primary set. Extended day available. For more information visit For-
sythOnline.com, call 726-4542 or email summer@ForsythOnline.com. Imagination Station Day Camp is designed to stimulate campers five senses and imagination. Each week is a different adventure for ages 6-12, to explore nature, get dirty, play sports, celebrate drama and lose themselves in a time warp. Weekly themes are explored through crafts, sports, talent shows, field trips, swimming and special guests. Held at the Maplewood-Richmond Heights Elementary School, camp runs daily, June 6 to July 29 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Magical Mornings and Enchanted Afternoons are available to extend campers day. For information contact Kate Whaley with The Heights, Richmond Heights Community Center, at 655-3663 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Experience the world’s #1 summer technology program at iD Tech Camps and iD Teen Academies. Learn to create video games, iPhone and iPad apps, websites with Flash, C++ /Java programs, 3D models and animations, robots and more. Ages 7-18 enroll in these weeklong, day and residential camps, located at 60 universities nationwide. This includes Washington University, the University of Michigan, Princeton, Stanford and more. Check out teen programs at select universities: iD Gaming Academy, iD Visual Arts Academy and iD Programming Academy. Free year-round learning. Continuing Education Units available. Visit www.internalDrive.com. Save with code ST26L.
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Check out our Jr. and Adult Spring and Summer Programs
• Clinics begin March 12 • Leagues begin April 4 • Jr. Camps weekly beginning June 13 – Tiny Tiger, Basic and Advanced • High School Academy starts June 14 or July 19 PRIVATE INSTRUCTION ALSO AVAILABLE
The Lab School
Nurturing Children Since 1964
Webster Groves Presbyterian Church
514 E. Argonne Drive at Woodlawn formerly Eden Laboratory School Kirkwood, Missouri 63122 1964-2004
Early Childhood Center
Ages 21⁄2 - 5 1,2,3,4 or 5 days/week
OPEN HOUSE • MON., MARCH 7 • 9:30 A.M.
2 Week Sessions • 9 a.m. – 1 p.m.
(catered lunch) (morning or afternoon) & HALF DAY FULL DAY (7:00 am - 6:00 pm) Half Day & Full Day preschool AGES 3-6 (pre-kindergarten)
Now Enrolling for Summer Camp Fall 2004 Preschool Classes
enrolling 3’s, 4’s & 5’s Licensed • Accredited • Degreed Teachers for 2011-12 academic Year
• Parent Choice Cooperative Program • Early Bird Option 7 - 9 a.m. • Extended Day Available Mon.-Thurs. Until 3 p.m.
SUMMER CAMP MAY 24, 25, 26, 31/JUNE 1, 2
314. 822.8282 Fully Licensed & Accredited Degreed Teachers 514 E. Argonne Drive (at Woodlawn)
Kirkwood, Missouri 63122
6727 Heege Rd. • Affton
45 W. LOCKWOOD 962-9210 ext. 3105
The Webster Groves Presbyterian Church Early Childhood Center admits students of any race, color and national or ethnic origin.
For registration or more info: www.towertee.com or (314)481-5818
AGEs: Webster Groves Parks & Recreation
5 thru 13
Full & HalF Day
Dates: May 31—August 12 Time: 6:30 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. daily Meals: Camp provides morning and afternoon snacks. Each camper brings their own sack lunch. Swimming: We take regular trips to an off-campus swimming pool. Lots of Activities: Bowling, Arts & Crafts, Basketball, Baseball, Volleyball, Miniature Golf, Soccer, Cheerleading, Batting Cages, Sno-Cones GREAT VALUE!
camp Webegee ~ June - August Safety camp ~ June Kinder camp ~ June Sports & more camp ~ June Ozzie Smith’s Sports academy camps (baseball/softball, soccer/basketball) ~ June and August young rembrandt’s art camps ~ June Dance & cheer camp ~ July club Glee camp ~ August performing arts camp ~ August abra-Kid-abra magic camp ~ August petite poms camp ~ August
• Experienced and qualified staff • Before & After Club available for most camps
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Full Time (5 days) – $135./week Part Time (3 days) – $120/week • Save 10% for each additional sibling. • $110 activity fee per child due at time of enrollment.
KIA Camp at Concord Lanes • 11801 Tesson Ferry • 314-843-9200
February 18 - 24, 2011
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All camps are led by experienced teachers! Day Camps for ages 4-11
f 1-week Summer Warm-Up, June 6-10 f 2-week Themed Adventure Day Camps, June 13-August 5
Outdoor Adventures for ages 9-15
7825 Big Bend Blvd. • Webster Groves, MO • 63119 314-962-9355 • www.thecollegeschool.org email@example.com
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CAMPS Family owned Kraus Farms Equestrian Center (Highway 141 & I-44, 636-225-9513) specializes in educating horse and rider. Camps for ages 7-15, all levels of riding, teach care of horses through General Camp, Western Camp, Beginner Equitation, Beginner Crossrails and Intermediate Jumper. Year-round lessons offered for those wanting to continue. Spring and summer art classes in a variety of media are available for ages 4 to adult at Laumeier Sculpture Park. Spring classes begin March 11. Art Camp is sculpture, drawing, painting, printmaking, ceramics, art history, nature, swimming, games and fun. Camp sessions run June 6 to July 29. Half-day camp for ages 4-6, 9 a.m. to noon. Fullday camp for ages 6-15, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Camp sessions for teens provide guided and independent work in multiple media. Extended day available for full-day camp. Acting and Visual Art camp for ages 5-11. On-line registration available. Visit www.laumeier.org. The Lindbergh School District Activities department (729-2400 x7550, firstname.lastname@example.org) offers a Summer Enrichment program for grades 1-8. Programs run June 6 to 23, Monday to Thursday from 8:30 a.m. to 12:15 p.m. Students have an opportunity to explore many new avenues from music to sports. Families have the flexibility of registering students weekly and per class. Over 30 different classes will be offered. The program will be housed at Sappington Elementary School, 11011 Gravois Road, in the Lindbergh School District. Pegasus campers (students entering grades K-9) engage their bodies and minds by exploring science, technology, theatre, visual arts, athletics, swimming, and a variety of unique hobbies
on the state-of-the-art campus of Mary Institute and Saint Louis Country Day School (MICDS). Three 2-week sessions are offered in 2011, and will be led by creative and caring professional teachers teaming with select college and high school counselors. Hot lunch served cafeteria-style included. Before and aftercare options are available. For more information or to register visit www.pegasuscamp.org or call 995-7342. Get ready to have a blast. Sign up for Summer Science Blast at the Saint Louis Science Center and find amazing summer adventures. Learn to fly a real airplane. Design and build a robot. Master the Segway. Explore the science behind cooking and more. New for this year: Destination: Hawaii, where campers will actually travel with summer camp staff to the Aloha State. Camp opens June 6 and runs through Aug. 5. Camps offered for ages 4 to18. Half-day, full-day and flexible extended care options available. Call or visit www.slsc.org to get a brochure or registration form. Camp Fun in the SONshine is a summer camp held on the campus of Salem Lutheran School. A safe and engaging environment, structured programming and weekly guest instructors is provided for children ages 3 to 8 during the summer months. Call 353-5032 to register today. Camp Gonzaga at “Simon Says” Early Childhood Center (842-3848 x300), a unique summer camp, has a little bit of everything for everyone from ages 6 to 12. The camp offers to be the entertainment for the summer. Sports, swimming, cooking, sewing, exercise classes, science, computers, speakers, weekly field trips and more. Camp Gonzaga wants each child to be involved with professional teachers in a safe and stim-
ulating atmosphere during the summer. Meeting new people and encountering new experiences are some of the goals. Campers walk away from camp having created several memories that will have them looking forward to next summer. At Camp KangaZoo, choose one or both week-long sessions: Extreme Animals or Aquatic Adventures. Explore animal habits and habitats, play games, meet animals, enjoy sing-a-longs, perform skits and more. On Thursday evening sleep at the Zoo and wake up with the birds. Sessions start June 13 for students entering grades 1 to 6. Also the Zoo’s award-winning teen camp program for students entering grades 7 to 9 and Camp Joey, a half-day camp for pre-Kindergarten students ages 4 to 5, are available selected weeks during the summer. Register for camp starting in March. For more information call 6464544 or visit stlzoo.org/education. St. Michael’s Preschool in Shrewsbury (647-7159 x20, www.stmike.org) is enrolling for summer camp, ages 3 - 6, including swim lessons. Five, 1-week sessions: June 7 - July 8 from 8:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. with extended care. Also enrolling for Fall Preschool Program: open 7:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. with traditional morning program 8:30 to 11:30 a.m. Email email@example.com. At Vetta Sports Camps the child is the focus. The camps (five locations across the metro area) offer activities that challenge children mentally and physically with indoor and outdoor play. The well-rounded camps, run by an experienced staff of athletes, teach not only skills, but good attitudes and a love for sports and recreation. Most of all, campers have loads of fun. Activities include soccer, water fun, inflatables, basketball, kickball, tennis and creative arts and crafts, mixed with reading times,
cultural awareness days and field trips to area attractions. Vetta Sports Summer Camps are active, affordable and fun. Visit www.vettasports.com/summercamp. Join the Webster Groves Adventure Club (919-1709) for their 28th year of summer programming. Children have a wide array of enrichment classes to choose from in a safe, fun and nurturing environment. Children also have the opportunity for recreational swimming, field trips, outdoor play and community service learning in the extended day program. Webster Groves Parks & Recreation (963-5600) Meet new friends and have a lot of fun. The camps’ primary objectives are to provide quality and specialty indoor/outdoor experiences with emphasis on nature, games, sports, arts and crafts, performing arts and field trips. Visit www.webstergroves.org or call 963-5600 for information. The Webster Groves School District offers summer opportunities for students from pre-K through high school. Do not miss the Family Enrichment and Summer Opportunities Fair, 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. March 9 at Hixson Middle School. For information call 918-4604. ENRICHMENT AND TUTORING One-on-One Tutoring (962-1231) creates an individualized learning plan based on each student’s needs, interests, and goals. They have experienced, degreed tutors with training in LD. Learning strategies, remediation, enrichment, college prep. Students K-12 and college, reading, writing, study skills, organization, English, history, social studies, math, sciences. SAT/ACT/GRE/MCAT, college application essay. Visit www. oneononetutoringstl.com. cont. p. 14-A
Teaching children to swim in Kirkwood for over 60 years. 4-11 year olds.
Download applications at:
Adventure Club Summer enrichment &
extended day Camp
May 31–July 29, 2011 Bristol Elementary For Registration Information call (314) 963-6440
St. Michael’s Little Angels Preschool Learn to love, love to play, play to Learn
A Webster Groves School District Program
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e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org 1044 Curran Ave. Kirkwood, MO 63122
One and two week sessions beginning May 23 through Aug 12.
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T/W/Th • 9:15 a.m.–2:15 p.m. 12 months–5 years
Brentwood Congregational ChurCh
Now Enrolling for Fall Preschool Program Morning Session 8:30 a.m. : 11:30 a.m. Full Day Session 7:30 a.m. : 6:00 p.m. Lunch Included with Full Day session New Summer Camp Program 5 weeks
with swim lessons, 8:30 - 2:30 with before and after care till 5:30 p.m. 3 - 6 year olds.
2400 S. Brentwood Blvd. • Brentwood • 314-962-0537
Call 647-7159 ext. 20 www.stmike.org 7630 Sutherland Ave, Shrewsbury, MO 63119 Email: email@example.com www.stmike.org
THE WORLD’S #1 TECH CAMP
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A neighborhood preschool for 3, 4 and 5 year olds.
Providing children with dynamic learning experiences through music, art, yoga, creative movement and cooking programs. Half-day preschool with early care and extended days available.
Game Design Programming App Development
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9 S. Bompart • 314-961-2393
500 DeBaliviere Avenue Saint Louis, Missouri 63112 314.367.8085 www.crossroadscollegeprep.org
February 18 - 24, 2011
Imagination Station Day Camp
Imagination Station is designed for campers, ages 5-12, the camp runs Monday-Friday, June 6-July 29, 9 a.m.-3 p.m. Join us for this 8 week adventure at MRH Elementary School, 1800 Princeton Place, Richmond Heights, MO 63117. Crafts ~ Sports ~* Talent Shows ~* Field Trips ~* Swimming ~* Special Guests *~ More!
~Fees~ Residents: $65/1 week session (Brentwood, Maplewood and Richmond Heights Residents) Nonresidents: $80/1 week session (Nonresidents/Members/Corporate Members)
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~Magical Mornings~ Monday-Friday, 7-9 a.m. Fees ~ Residents: $15 & Nonresidents: $22 per one week session ~Enchanted Afternoons~ Monday-Friday, 3-6 p.m. Fees ~ Residents: $22 & Nonresidents: $28 per one week session
For more information contact Kate Whaley at (314) 655-3663 or by email kwhaley@@richmondheights.org.
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MONDAY - THURSDAY • JUNE 6 - 23, 2011
Sappington School 11011 Gravois Road St. Louis, MO 63126 For Details Contact firstname.lastname@example.org • 314-729-2400 x7550
Summer Fun at Camp Gonzaga
Monday, June 6 – Friday, August 12
7 a.m. – 6 p.m. • ages 6-12
Daily Activities Including: s wimming • Field Trips • Cooking p hysical Fitness • s port Camps • Theme p arties • Dress-Up Days s cience e xperiments • g uest s peakers
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Hixson Middle School, 630 S. Elm Ave. Webster Groves The fair is free and open to the public. For more information call 918-4604.
Family Enrichment & Summer Opportunities
March 9 • 5:30 – 7:30 p.m.
Parents and children from preschool through high school are invited to come learn about summer camp and volunteer opportunities. Fair participants include College For Kids/St. Louis Community College, Craft Alliance, Lewis & Clark Summer Institute, Lou Fusz Soccer Club, The Studio Inc., Washington University-High School Summer Experiences, Prairie School Road Farm, SPROG, Kelly’s Championship Martial Arts, Shakespeare Festival St. Louis, Grant's Farm, Challenger Learning Center–St. Louis, Endangered Wolf Center, David's Guitar Loft and many more.
email@example.com “Simon Says” Early Childhood Center 11015 mueller road part of st. simon the apostle Church & school
Professional Child Care Center
State Licensed Accredited Early Childhood Education Program Serving Breakfast, Lunch & Snack Caring for Children Ages 2 - 6 Years Hours: 6:30 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.
The Berry Patch
670 S. Laclede Station Rd. (between Hwy. 44 & Watson Rd.) 314-962-4499 • theberrypatchstl.com
Come and See How Much Fun Summer Can Be!
Summer Programs F or Curious Kids
4 Weekly, Themed Sessions June 6 – July 1
Register for one week or all four! Half-Day 8 a.m.–12:30 p.m. • $90/wk Full-Day 8 a.m.–4 p.m. • $130/wk
Check out our soccer camps for boys and girls!
➤ Spring Outdoor Developmental Programs begins the last week of March for ages 3-10 in Fenton and Maryland Heights Summer Day Camps & Evening Summer Camps begin in June for ages 4-18 at numerous locations across the St. Louis area ➤
when you submit this ad upon enrollment
valid only at St. Louis Scott Gallagher Soccer Club
Call 314-832-4161 or join us for our open house March 6th 11:30 a.m.–1 p.m.
See our website for more info and enrollment forms www.slsgcamps.com
St. Dominic Savio Catholic School
7748 Mackenzie Rd. • 314-832-4161 • stdominicsavio.org/school
Where Every Child Is Known By Name
Over 30 Exciting Classes to Choose from for Grades 1-8. The Opportunities Are Endless Plus Fun and Academic Learning OUR M E Y Hand Go in Hand. V Now Enrolling!
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February 18 - 24, 2011
Krueger Pottery offers ceramic classes for kids and adults of all ages. Summer camps include wheel-throwing and parent/child classes. Krueger Pottery offers birthday parties, scout lessons and private lessons. View schedules at www.kruegerpottery.com. Stop by the gallery at 8153 Big Bend in Webster Groves or call Aimee at 963-0180. FINE ARTS cont. Musical Arts Academy of Webster Groves (23 N. Gore, 918-0200) Professional, experienced faculty offers piano, guitar, strings, woodwinds and brass instruction for all ages and levels. Visit www.musicalartsacademyofwebstergroves.com. PRESCHOOL AND DAYCARE Caring for children since 1977, the Berry Patch Professional Child Care Center (670 S. Laclede Station Road, 962-4499) is licensed, and has an accredited early childhood program for ages 2-6. Age appropriate activities, low staff turnover and patient guidance help children grow and fulfill the potential, which is theirs. Since 1985 Brentwood Congregational Church Early Childhood Center (2400 S. Brentwood Blvd, 9620537) has served ages 1 to 5 on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays 9:15 a.m. – 2:15 p.m. Preschool education lays the foundation for future school success. Allow them to open the door to a positive attitude towards learning. Emmanuel Preschool (9 S. Bompart, 961-2393, emmanuelpreschool.wg@ gmail.org) provides 3-, 4- and 5-yearold children with dynamic learning experiences through music, art, yoga, creative movement and cooking programs. The experienced, caring teachers foster a creative environment where children
thrive. Programs available year-round. Now enrolling for fall 2011. Founded in 1982, Faith Academy of Montessori (44 N. Gore, 961-1411) is housed in a 100-year-old train station. The director and assistant director have guided this program together for over 25 years, providing an environment where children thrive. The Montessori method is based on the belief in children’s creative potential, drive to learn and right to be treated as individuals. Specially designed materials invite children to engage in learning activities of their own choosing. Under the guidance of trained teachers, children learn by making discoveries with these materials. Children develop concentration, motivation, self-discipline, independence and a love for learning. Glendale Presbyterian Preschool has an experienced, caring staff. Summer programs available. Call 822-2546. St. Thomas/Holy Spirit Children’s Learning Center (3980 S. Lindbergh, 843-8622) provides a nurturing environment and age-appropriate curriculum; a theme-based day care with preschool curriculum, arts and sports. Webster Groves Presbyterian Church Early Childhood Center (45 W. Lockwood, 962-9210) serves ages 2-1/2 to 5. The staff philosophy is to enable each child to grow physically, emotionally, socially, cognitively and spiritually, and to have fun. Cooperative or non-cooperative program options, early care and extended day also available. SCHOOLS Crossroads College Preparatory School (367-8085, www.crossroadscollegeprep.org) offers an academically challenging curriculum to a diverse and inclusive community. It encour-
ages students to engage imaginations in every endeavor, from sciences to fine arts, and strives to develop respectful citizens, who apply scholarship, imagination and critical thinking to civic and social responsibility. Summer programs available. The Lab School, Inc. (514 E. Argonne, 822-8282) is an independent, not-for-profit, fully licensed and accredited preschool. Children learn in a creative, process-oriented, problemsolving atmosphere under the guidance of experienced, degreed teachers. Project Construct curriculum is used in a nurturing, caring and safe environment. Enrolling for Fall 2011 and Summer Camp. Lutheran High School South excels in providing Christian education for young men and women in grades 9-12. The Christ-centered environment and challenging college prep curriculum help each student grow, learn and prepare for college and for a life anchored in faith in Christ and dedicated to service in His name. Founded in 1937 Rohan Woods School is an independent elementary school for ages 2 to grade 6. Set in a neighborhood of Warson Woods, the school fosters the family experience that builds confidence in children who deserve to be inspired, to learn and to grow into natural leaders. The mission is simple: to provide a challenging academic program that emphasizes personal responsibility and respect for all individuals in a community where every child is cherished, encouraged and prepared for continued success. Visit www.rohanwoods.org or call to see why Rohan Woods is the top choice of independent schools in St. Louis. Salem Lutheran School (5025 Lakewood) offers an outstanding education in a loving, Christian environment to children ages 3 to eighth grade. A wellrounded curriculum, variety of extracurricular activities, SMARTBoards
in all homeroom classrooms, state-ofthe-art computer lab, fine arts, music, P.E. and vibrant athletics program encourage students to discover their Godgiven abilities. Small class sizes and a family atmosphere make Salem feel like a child’s home away from home. Next year Salem will offer expanded preschool options. Choose how many days (2-5), full or half day. For information visit www.slcas.org, call 3539242 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Rooted in the Servite tradition, Seven Holy Founders Catholic School provides quality education to the children of the community, enabling them to succeed in life, leading them in faith, and encouraging them through example to serve God and others. Offering Pre-K through Grade-8, Seven Holy Founders offers an atmosphere for individual growth and development according to individual abilities in a Christian environment. In addition to academic excellence, the goals express commitment to the three-fold dimension of Catholic education: Message, Community, and Service in the spirit of peace and justice. Call today to schedule a visit, 631-8149. Saint Dominic Savio School (7748 Mackenzie Road) Where Every Child is Known by Name provides an excellent Catholic education for students of all faiths from Pre-K (beginning at age 3) through eighth grade in a community-focused, family-centered, faith-filled environment. Through differentiated instruction, students reach their fullest potential with a well-rounded academic program, strong spiritual formation and extra-curriculars. SDS offers a state-of-the-art computer lab, classrooms with SMARTBoard technology, fine art, music, PE, foreign language and athletic programs. After-care available until 6 p.m. Kindergarten is full day. Flexible scheduling for Pre-K. For information visit www.stdominicsavio.org/school, call 832-4161 or email email@example.com.
Glendale Presbyterian Preschool
Ages 2 1/2–5 • Experienced, Caring Staff • Extended Day Available Summer Program Available 500 N. Sappington Call 822-2546 for information
Individual instruction for all ages and levels by professional experienced teachers.
Piano • Guitar • StrinGS WoodWindS • BraSS
23 N. Gore Webster Groves
The next Education section runs July 8, 2011.
Call 314-968-2699 for more information
Currently Enrolling Day Care & Summer Camp
Open Year Round • 6:30 am - 6:00 pm
• Meals • Playground • Christian Teachers • Ages 2 to 6 • Parent's Day • Preschool Curriculum • 1/2 Day Options
East West Ballet School
“Where Technique Meets Artistry” Half-Day Dance Camps, Workshops plus Classes for Children and Adults are offered throughout the summer
315 W. Pacific • Webster Groves 314-968-9494
Register now! 314-398-9960 www.EastWestBallet.com
#108 Crestwood Plaza St. Louis, MO 63126
Summer Session Classes
June 13 – August 5, 2011
Open HOuse • saturday, MarcH 5 • 2–4 p.M.
Call or drop in anytime 843-8622 St. Thomas/Holy Spirit 3980 S. Lindbergh Sunset Hills Children’s Learning Center
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Providing an excellent education in a Christian environment, PreK – Grade 8 • Curriculum includes: Art, Music, Spanish, Computer, PE & Health • Extracurriculars include: Acting Troupe, Altar Servers, Athletics, Band, Choir, Dance, Piano & Voice, Scouts, Speech, Student Council, and 8th Grade Leadership • Archdiocesan Learning Center Site
Planned activities for active bodies and minds • Gym Classes • Art Classes • Water Days • Visits from the Zoo, Magic House, and more!
Visit us on the web at... www.stlouisgymcentre.com
Seven Holy FounderS CatHoliC SCHool
314-631-8149 6737 Rock Hill Rd. at Gravois • www.SHFSchool.org
Ages 3 - 8 years May 31 to August 12 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily
NOW REGISTERING! (314) 353-5032 Salem lutheran School
5025 Lakewood • Affton
February 18 - 24, 2011
Make Music This suMMer
3 camp styles for every musical interest
Rock Start – play in a school-of-rock style band program Song Writing Series Camp – compose your own songs Exploring Music – hands on exploration of different instruments 38 W. Lockwood • Webster Groves • 314-962-9536 54 Fenton Plaza • Fenton • 636-326-9986 www.DavidsGuitarLoft.com
Cor Jesu Academy’s
Western & English Riding Available Fun-filled Full Day Sessions Lots of Riding Time Riding Lessons Available Year Round Highway 141 & I-44 • 636-225-9513 www.krausfarms.com
Girls, join the summer fun at
June 6-10 & 13-17 June 2011
For more information visit us online at
Call us now to reserve your spot or for more information See us under “Summer Camps”
Leading in Learning. Following in Christ.
Christian Education in the Lutheran Tradition
Salem Lutheran School
PreSchooL to 8th Grade
Summer Dance Camp
June 27 - July 1
July 5 - August 15
christian Instruction daily Nurturing, Qualified teachers Small class Sizes SMart Boards Vibrant athletics extended child care expanded Preschool options
Tuition Assistance Available
Check Our Website for Summer Sports Camp Opportunities For Grades 2 and up
Ballet • Jazz • Tap • Pointe
Call today for more information and a personal tour!
5025 Lakewood • Affton, MO 63123 www.slcas.org • (314) 353-9242
Lutheran High School South
Tesson Ferry at Gravois in South County 314-631-1400
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