St. Vrain Valley Schools offers robust summer programming options to keep students engaged in their academic learning.
High School is a two-week, 10-day summer focus program for incoming 9th grade students. The program provides an opportunity for students to transition to high school academics, extra-curricular programs and co-curricular programs in a mentoring environment. Research shows that a successful transition to high school includes success in Algebra 1 and engagement in school activities.
• Dates: July 26th, 2021 – August 6th, 2021 (Monday to Friday)
• Time: 9:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.
• Transportation, breakfast, and lunch provided
• No costs to enrolled students
• Students can earn 1.0 of credit (a student must not be absent more than 3 days)
To register, please fill out this Sign-Up Form.
Project Launch Middle School
New this year, Project Launch Middle School is a four-week, 16-day summer focus program for current sixth and seventh grade students. The program provides an opportunity for students to master grade level content in math and language arts, and participate in STEM extension activities. Students attend at no cost to families.
Career Development Center Camps
The Career Development Center is offering summer programming for incoming seventh and eighth grade students taking place over four days the third week of June. Students can choose from the following pathways – Agriscience, Welding and Fabrication, Automotive Technology, Advanced Manufacturing, and Health Sciences. Morning (9:00 a.m. – 11:30 a.m.) and afternoon (12:00 p.m. – 2:30 p.m.) sessions are available.
Sessions are limited to 16 students and registration will close June 4 or when seats are filled. Families can sign up through RevTrack. Please reach out to Charles Webber, CDC Assistant Principal, if you have any questions or would like more information.
Innovation Academy and SuperSTEM Camps
The Innovation Center of St. Vrain Valley Schools offers innovative, hands-on learning experiences that engage and challenge students and incorporate human-centered design thinking. Camps are taught primarily by student designers and teachers from the Innovation Center, and offer a wide-range of fun STEAM (science, technology, engineering, art, and mathematics) activities.