Here is a list of opportunities that are available to school-age children. These opportunities are provided by organizations not affiliated with St. Pius X / St. Leo School.
Registration is now open for Gross Catholic Summer Camps for students in 1st to 8th grade. Gross Catholic offers a variety of different summer camps including art, STEM, drama, cooking, and several different sports! Click HERE for information about each camp, pricing, as well as registration. Limited space available for some camps, so register today! Please call the school office if you have questions: 402-734-2000.
Start planning your summer now with Marian’s 2019 SummerCamps. There is something for every age and interest! Camps include: art, basketball, golf, soccer, softball, tennis, show choir, musical theater and volleyball. For more information, visit https://www.marianhighschool.net/camps/.
Skutt Catholic High School is hosting girls basketball camps this summer. Camp for girls in 1st to 7th grade will be held June 10-13 from 1:00-3:00 pm. Camp for girls in 8th to 12th grade will be held June 3-6 from 1:00-3:30 pm. Camps will be held at Skutt Catholic High School and will include skills led by coaches and players, camp t-shirt, awards, 3 on 3 tournament, $10 Pitch lunch card and other prizes. Register at www.skyhawkcamps.com. Contact Kip Colony at email@example.com with questions.
Beat the summertime blues when kids SOAR with the SkyHawks! With so many to choose from, there’s a camp for everyone at Skutt Catholic: Band, Basketball, Baseball, Cheer, CSI, Dance, Football, Show Choir, Soccer, Softball, Volleyball, and Wrestling. Visit skyhawkcamps.com for complete details and to register online.
Click here for the Arts For All Summer 2019 Class Schedule. Classes run from June 3 to July 26. Arts For All is also offering a “Week Long Tour Of The Arts” summer camp from July 8-12. Camp will focus on piano, drawing, dance, painting, cartooning, guitar, acting, and drums. Register for this camp at www.artsforallomaha.org.
The transition to high school or college is a big step! Set incoming or outgoing students up for success by encouraging them to sign up for one of Creighton University’s enrichment programs. They’re designed to help students understand what to expect and build excitement for the next stage of their academic journey. All students are welcome, regardless of where they’re headed next. Download their flier here.
How to High School July 10–12 | 9 a.m.–3:30 p.m. | On Campus | $400 How to College June 19 | 9 a.m.–3:30 p.m. | On Campus | $140
Join the Ironhawk Juniors Triathlon Club this summer. Girls age 8 to 14 who are interested in swimming, biking, running, and fun are invited to join! Click here to download their flier with club information.
Omaha South will be hosting a Girls Basketball Camp on June 12-14 at South High School. Download their flyer/registration form here. Prior to the camp in June, Omaha South will be hosting open gyms for young girls in grades 5th and 12th for the 2019-2020 school year. Dates for open gyms are Tuesdays and Thursdays (starting April 16th through May 30th) from 4:30 – 6:00 pm. Location is Omaha South High School (4519 S 24th Street). The last day of open gyms will be May 30, 2019.
Become a host family for Corn Belt Baseball. For baseball fans, this is an opportunity to develop a life-long friendship with someone who may someday be a major league baseball player. If you would be willing and able to be a host family, please contact Teri Cissell at 402-598-4998 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Creighton Prep Summer Camps: There are open spots in the Creighton Prep sports and innovation summer camps for boys and girls in kindergarten through 8th grade. All camps are led by Creighton Prep coaches, teachers and students, and are held on the Creighton Prep campus throughout the summer. There are a variety of options — basketball, football, soccer, strength and conditioning, speed and agility, wrestling, innovation, and speech & debate. Take a look at the complete list of camps, dates and other details. When you’re ready, register your camper on the Creighton Prep website.
Creighton Prep is offering a Math+ course this summer. The Math+ program includes 6 courses. Each Math+ course focuses on 1 major idea based on key concepts included in Stanford University’s introductory math sequence. This Summer’s course will focus on Number Theory – a branch of Math devoted primarily to the study of integers (e.g., -1, 2, 3). The concept has applications across disciplines but is particularly critical in computer science. A letter about the course is attached. The six session course will be taught at Creighton Prep on Mondays, Tuesdays and Thursdays from 12:00 to 1:00 pm starting on Monday, June 10th and ending on June 20th. More information can be found on their flier here. Families can sign-up at www.RedwoodPrep.com.
St. Pius X / St. Leo School is a diverse community forming students
in the Catholic faith to excel in academics and service to others.
St. Pius X / St. Leo School is a diverse community forming students in the Catholic faith to excel in academics and service to others.