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2017 Summer Camp Lineup…

SPC announces the 2017 Summer Camp Lineup for all ages
KIDS' Camp 2017

2017 Summer Camp Lineup

St. Philip's College summer camps are underway for the 2017 season at the college's 1801 Martin Luther King Drive and 800 Quintana Road locations, and the camps are filling or have filled quickly. While many classes started this week, and students are joining at their convenience, the GenCyber Security Summer Workshop, a new-for-2017 lineup of two summer cybersecurity camps with NSA-approved curriculum for both for middle-to-high school students and teachers, is full with 70 students and a waiting list of 30 students. The college’s Science and Math Summer Academy (SAMSA) in July still has plenty of space available, as does the college’s KIDS’ CAMP with Microsociety for ages 4-13. Find details online for each camp listed below, and check the college home page for the list of camp opportunities and contacts.

June 5- Aug. 11 | KIDS’ CAMP with Microsociety | 10 weeks of fun and educational programs for ages 4-13 | Apply weekly |

June 12-29 | Motivating and Engaging with STEM Activities (MESA) | Math, engineering project-based learning for grades 9-12 | 2017 enrollment closed |

June 19–Aug. 11 | Student Leadership and Academic Movement (SLAM) | For Eastside Promise Zone residents, STEM project-based learning for ages 11-15 | 2017 space available | | Visit the Ella Austin Community Center staff at 1023 N. Pine St. – Contact Stephen Lucke at (210) 224-2351 ext. 127

June 12-16 | GenCyber Security Summer Workshop | New-for-2017 summer cybersecurity camp with NSA-approved curriculum for both for middle-to-high school students and teachers – Apply online or directly with either Reynaldo Sánchez, Jr., (210) 486-2104 or Haydar Sahin,, (210) 486-2486 | 2017 camp enrollment limited to waiting list

June 19-23 | GenCyber Security Summer Workshop | In partnership with UTSA, new-for-2017 summer cybersecurity camp with NSA-approved curriculum for middle school students – Apply online or directly with either Reynaldo Sánchez, Jr., (210) 486-2104 or Haydar Sahin,, (210) 486-2486 | 2017 camp enrollment limited to waiting list

June 12-July 27 | Prefreshman Engineering Program 1 (PREP) | Math-based learning for grades 6-12 | 2017 enrollment closed - Apply for 2018 class Nov. 2017-Jan. 2018 |

June-August | San Antonio Youth Wind Ensembles (SAYWE) | Advanced wind and percussion performance - Auditions scheduled throughout the season |

July 10-27 | Science and Math Summer Academy (SAMSA) | STEM project based learning, field trips and guest speakers for ages 11-15 - Apply before June 30 |

July 31-Aug. 3 | Robotics Summer Program | Design, construction and programming of Lego EV3 robots for grades 4-8 - Apply before July 7 |


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    St. Philip’s College observes a unique 12th anniversary of giving back next week when 60 culinary arts and restaurant management students prepare a tasty Thanksgiving feast for formerly abused, neglected, abandoned and homeless children on the campus of St. Peter-St. Joseph Children's Home at 919 Mission Road. Read More >
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    St. Philip's College announced this week that in 2018 the college hosts an international economic development program led by hospitality professions schools in countries of the Western Hemisphere where gastronomy is an economic engine. Read More >
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