Summer Days Camp
St. Peter Summer Camp June 10 – August 2. Hours: 9 AM – 3 PM with Extended Care available from 7 AM – 6 PM. Information coming February 1 about St. Peter Summer Camp and Summer PDO
Summer PDO hours: 9 AM – 2 PM with extended care from 7 AM – 6 PM.
The Extended Care program was developed to serve as a Christ-centered before and after school care learning option for students enrolled at St. Peter that reaches beyond the regular classroom day.
We have Extended Care options before and after school from 7:00AM - 9:00 AM and 2:00 PM - 6:00 PM.
Our Arts, Culture, and Entertainment, (A.C.E.) Program features activities which provide an enriched educational environment after-school. Activities take place on the St. Peter campus during our normal extended care hours providing students additional activity options. The A.C.E. program provides classes that are taught by staff, parents, and outside agencies for our students in preschool - 8th grade as well as adults. Class options have included cooking, Spanish, dance, knitting, soccer, basketball, robotics, discovery science, fencing, watercolor, ceramics, choir, acting, tennis, golf, and animation.
St. Peter athletics compete in the MidSuburban Middle School Athletic Conference as well as the Northwest Suburban Lutheran Conference. We are members of the IESA and offer athletic opportunities to students in grades 4 - 8. In the fall our 6 - 8 grade athletes compete in volleyball as well as cross country. Unique to St. Peter, our 4 - 5 grade students get to participate in our Junior Running Club which serves to introduce these athletes to cross country by competing in select meets and invitationals. During the winter months our 5 - 8 grade boys and girls are offered basketball and cheerleading, while the spring season focuses on boys and girls track for our 5 - 8 grade athletes.
Our Fine Arts program provides students with a wide range of opportunities for artistic expression. Our programs presently include: Band (grades 4-8) • Choir (grades 6-8) • Praise Band (grades 6-8) • Orchestra (grades 4-8) • Handbells (elementary) • Orff Ensemble (elementary) • Dance (grades 3-8) • Art (grades K-8)
Trained, certified teachers, parents, and additional outside personnel lead these activities within the fine arts area. The groups typically meet one afternoon per week within the St. Peter Church and School building. Culminating activities take place in regularly scheduled concerts, as well as chapel and church services. These activities also work together to provide additional fine arts enrichment programs during the summer.