A Catholic Girls School in the Benedictine Tradition

List of 10 events.

  • S.T.E.M. Design Challenge Session I

    SSA STEM Building
    Cost:  $175 per week
    Boys & Girls:  4th – 8th Grades
    Session I:  June 3 – 7; 9 am – 12 pm
    Instructor:  SSA Science Teacher Kyle Smith
     
    S.T.E.M. (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) Camp awakens one's curiosity about how our world works . Campers will enjoy the adventures of exploring, investigating, building, and trouble-shooting while learning about the science that surrounds us. Campers will have ample opportunity for hands on experiences covering a wide range of topics including alternate energy, biology, chemistry, environmental science, and physics.
  • Volleyball Camp

    SSA Gym
    Cost: $115 per camper
    Girls: 4th – 8th Grade
    Session: June 3 – 7; 9 am – noon
    Instructors: SSA Volleyball Coach Pete Bertucci and Athletic Director Charles Richard
     
    Come and get totally immersed in the sport of volleyball with focused and intense training which is vital for skill improvement. No matter your ability, instruction will be tailored to your needs. Learn and develop all volleyball skills: hitting, defense, serving, setting, blocking, etc. Two courts will be available to accommodate age and skill level. Come and make the most of your summer by becoming the volleyball player you want to be!
  • Movie Making Camp Session I

    SSA Classroom
    Cost:  $150 per camper
    Boys & Girls:  4th – 8th Grades
    Session I:  June 3 - 7; 1 pm – 4 pm
    Instructor:  Peter Bertucci, B.A., Digital Media Teacher
     
    Are you the next George Lucas or Steven Spielberg?  Campers learn the basics of how to make a short digital movie.  All the campers will participate in making one film with all the campers.  Campers will work together on preproduction storyboarding and story structure, camera use, lighting and audio, and post-production editing using iMovie on a Mac.  Campers will study the different types of camera shots and movie techniques essential to creating a great short film.  Each camper will receive a DVD copy of the movie.  There will be a free showing of the movie for parents and friends on the last day of camp.
  • Cheer and Dance Combo Camp

    SSA Gym
    Cost:  $175 per camper
    Girls:  K – 5th Grades
    Session:  June 10 – 14; 9 am – 3 pm with show-off at noon on Friday
    Instructors:  St. Paul’s Cheer Coach Julie Autin, St. Paul’s Golden Blues Coach Katherine Banta, SSA Cheer Coach Jessica Esquivel ’09 and SSA Royalettes Coach Laurell Szczepanski
     
    Come cheer and dance with us at SSA this summer!  Girls will learn pom technique, dance routines, leaps, jumps, cheers, chants, games, team building, strength and conditioning, crafts, and so much more. Campers will work with SSA Cheerleaders, SSA Royalettes, St. Paul’s Cheerleaders and St. Paul’s Golden Blues, perfecting routines for a show off performance on the last day of camp, Friday, June 14th at Noon.  They are sure to come home excited and exhausted!  This summer, campers will enjoy a full day of camp 9am - 3pm (there is no half day option) and a carline for afternoon pick up.  Camp fee includes a camp t-shirt. We can’t wait to cheer and dance with our campers this summer!
    GO DOVES!
  • Sculpting Camp

    SSA Classroom
    Cost:  $150 per camper
    Boys & Girls:  4th – 8th Grades
    Session:  June 10 – 14; 9 am – 12 pm
    Instructor:  Peter Bertucci, B.A., Digital Media Teacher
                8th Grade Studio Art Teacher
     
    Do you like to play and create with clay?  Do you have a favorite cartoon character, video game character, animal, movie character, etc?  Come join us in creating a 3-D wire armature sculpture of that figure.  Using Super Sculpey clay around a metal wire skeletal frame you sculpt, mold, bake and paint your character.  If you are an experienced sculpter or just want to try something new then this is the camp for you!
  • Movie Making Camp Session II

    SSA Classroom
    Cost:  $150 per camper
    Boys & Girls:  4th – 8th Grades
    Session II:  June 10 – 14; 1 pm – 4 pm
    Instructor:  Peter Bertucci, B.A., Digital Media Teacher
     
    Are you the next George Lucas or Steven Spielberg?  Campers learn the basics of how to make a short digital movie.  All the campers will participate in making one film with all the campers.  Campers will work together on preproduction storyboarding and story structure, camera use, lighting and audio, and post-production editing using iMovie on a Mac.  Campers will study the different types of camera shots and movie techniques essential to creating a great short film.  Each camper will receive a DVD copy of the movie.  There will be a free showing of the movie for parents and friends on the last day of camp.
  • Cartooning Camp

    SSA Classroom
    Cost:  $150 per camper
    Boys & Girls:  4th – 8th Grades
    Session:  June 17 – 21; 9 am – 12 pm
    Instructor:  Peter Bertucci, B.A., Digital Media Teacher
     
    Learn the basics of cartoon design with an introduction into animation.  Campers will learn the basic shapes of different cartoon characters, action lines, composition, and will animate a basic walk cycle of the character they design.  Campers will receive a drawing pad, artist pencil and eraser.  Each camper will receive a DVD of their animated character.
  • S.T.E.M. Design Challenge Session II

    SSA STEM Building
    Cost:  $175 per week
    Boys & Girls:  4th – 8th Grades
    Session I:  June 17 – 21; 9 am – 12 pm
    Instructor:  SSA Science Teacher Kyle Smith
     
    S.T.E.M. (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) Camp awakens one's curiosity about how our world works . Campers will enjoy the adventures of exploring, investigating, building, and trouble-shooting while learning about the science that surrounds us. Campers will have ample opportunity for hands on experiences covering a wide range of topics including alternate energy, biology, chemistry, environmental science, and physics.
  • Basketball Camp

    SSA Gym
    Cost:  $115 per camper
    Girls:  4th- 8th grades
    Session:   June 17 - 21; 1 - 4 pm
    Instructor:  SSA Basketball Coach Elicia Ocmond

    This camp will teach the fundamentals of basketball through group and individual instruction while having fun in a positive and safe environment.  Instruction will include fundamentals of dribbling, passing, shooting and defense.  We will provide all necessary equipment items.  Please wear appropriate basketball clothing.  Tennis shoes are required.  Water will be provided.
  • Movie Making Camp Session III

    SSA Classroom
    Cost:  $150 per camper
    Boys & Girls:  4th – 8th Grades
    Session III:  June 17 – 21; 1 pm – 4 pm
    Instructor:  Peter Bertucci, B.A., Digital Media Teacher
     
    Are you the next George Lucas or Steven Spielberg?  Campers learn the basics of how to make a short digital movie.  All the campers will participate in making one film with all the campers.  Campers will work together on preproduction storyboarding and story structure, camera use, lighting and audio, and post-production editing using iMovie on a Mac.  Campers will study the different types of camera shots and movie techniques essential to creating a great short film.  Each camper will receive a DVD copy of the movie.  There will be a free showing of the movie for parents and friends on the last day of camp.
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St. Scholastica Academy is a Catholic, all-girls, college-preparatory high school located in Covington, Louisiana. Founded in 1903, SSA perpetuates the Benedictine tradition of balancing prayer, work, study, and community in developing adolescent girls into Christian women grounded in the Gospel values of the Catholic faith.
St. Scholastica Academy is a Catholic girls high school of the Archdiocese of New Orleans. As such it admits students of any race, color, national and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities available to students at its schools. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national and ethnic origin in administration of educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship and loan programs, or athletic and other school-administered programs.