Looking for something fun for your kids and teens this summer? San Jac hosts fun and
enriching summer camps for kids of all ages and all interests – from athletics and
career exploration, to music and STEM, and everything in between.
Camps and Career Days
Camp prices vary, and scholarships are available to those who qualify. Register
today! If you have any questions, call us at 281-998-6150 for more details.
At EnergyVenture, middle school students enjoy fun hands-on activities that introduce
them to fields within the energy industry. Each year, they can return to a reunion
of their friends and build on their learning.
Bravo! Kids between 5 and 18 can get their chance to be part of a production. Daily
rehearsals build up to a theatrical production performed at the end of each week.
Music and Band Camps
These camps are designed to provide teens with the insight and musical skill development
to be more consistent performers through an intensive program of study. Students participate
in a joint concert for family and friends on their last day.
STEM from Dance Girls Rise Up Camp
This summer camp brings creativity, confidence, leadership, and innovation to middle
school-aged girls through STEM and dance education. Through hands-on project-based
learning, girls imagine a dance-technology performance and bring it to life using
programmable LED costumes, animated backdrops, and more.
A FREE summer camp - designed especially for ages 14-18. Campers will experience
a full day behind the scenes at Space Center Houston, hands-on team activities, lab
experiments, critical thinking skills development, SAT math prep, and more. During
this summer camp, students will get an inside look at future STEM opportunities while
having fun and making new friends!
Kids aged 8-12 will work on the fundamentals of hitting, fielding, throwing, and
base running. Camp is held at the North Campus baseball field.
The clinic is a technique clinic to help girls aged 6-13 become a better softball
player. The clinic is designed to teach progressions, offer constructive criticism
and to give assistance in improving techniques and training.