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St. Philip's College Library

MLK Campus: (210) 486-2330
Location: Center for Learning Resources (CLR)

SWC Campus: (210) 486-7023
Location: Building 1-C123




This extremely popular program engages children ages 4-13 in both academic and enrichment classes that increase each child's creative and critical thinking skills, self-esteem, and ability to work with others. Program participants receive instruction from Texas certified instructors and college faculty members, allowing each student the opportunity to engage in new activities, revisit interests and enhance their academic skills in a supportive relaxed atmosphere.

Download the Kids Camp 2016 flyer here

Kids' Camp Flyer  

Click Here to Register for Kids' Camp 2016

Dates of operation: June 6, 2016 - August 12, 2016

(Camp is closed on Monday, July 4th in observance of Independence Day)

Camp Cost: $75.00/week/child

Camp Hours: Drop Off begins @ 7:00 am, Pick up by 6:00pm

Camp Meals: Week 1, we ask that children bring lunch and snack.

Camp Meals: Weeks 2 through 10, we provide a healthy lunch and nutritious snack.  Students may bring their own lunch.


For more information about "Kids' Camp 2016" contact:

Director - Nina McGrath 


Phone: 210-486-2704


 Kids' Camp Info 2016 1

 Kids' Camp Info 2016 2

MICROSOCIETY, Inc.has been creating learning environments that are meaningful and relevant to children. Beyond project based learning or one day simulations, our real life business ventures and government agency activities are long-term, authentic, and interconnected. They inspire success. We help children find meaning and purpose in their education and prepare them to be discerning students as they proceed through higher education and ultimately into adulthood as productive, contributing citizens and skilled innovators in a global economy. Our students engage in running “St. Philip’s City” by electing their Mayor and securing individuals to operate ventures like our post office, bank, the government center, and our arts and crafts store. Students meet with San Antonio city leaders to learn the similarities of developing an effective government. 


Featured Activities

  • Micro Society
  • Special Events
  • Sports
  • Arts and Crafts
  • Computer Classes
  • Dance Classes

Contact Information

Nina McGrath

Center for Learning Resources #110

(210) 486-2704


Music Director/Conductor in Residence:
Albert Aguilar

Center for Learning Resources #104

(210) 486-2782