Each summer St. Thomas More School offers on campus summer camps taught by STM staff. The camps are open to all ... even if you do not attend St. Thomas More School. Dates, times, and recommended ages vary with each camp. Camps are offered on a 'first come-first serve' basis.
2017 STM C.A.T.C.H CAMP
Competitive Attitudes Through Christian Hearts
Basketball - June 5th – 9th
2017 STM P.A.S.S CAMP
Positive Attitudes Score Success
Soccer/Multi-sport - June 12th–16th
Rhythmic Gymnastic is a very well know technique of gymnastic that requires the use of specific apparatus such as the Ball, the Hoop, the Clubs, the Ribbon, the Rope and the Floor.
It requires flexibility, balance, harmony and coordination. During the Camp, young athletes will train all these skills and they will work on routines and choreographies with music to show at the end of each camp.
This Camp is opened only to girls from 6th to 12th years old and it runs from 8.30am to 12.30pm in the Friends and Family Hall in St. Thomas More Church.
The camp is opened to children from 6 to 11 years old and runs from 8.30am to 4.30pm, with the possibility to choose between the whole day option or the half day option until 12.30pm, after lunch.
It will be all about Wood and Wool and the different techniques children can use to create original works of art using these two natural materials. Students will work on big collective projects as well as on individual projects. Everything will be displayed in St. Thomas More Art Gallery and in the outdoor space around the building for everybody to enjoy it.
The main focus and goal of the camp is having the children being able to experience the deep connection between arts and environment and having them creating original works of art that can have an impact on the community.
The camp is opened to children from 6 to 11 years old. and it runs from 8.30am to 4.30pm.
It will be all about Rocks. Everyday children will create a new art work made out of rocks. They’ll paint rocks, they will create compositions with them, they will display all the works of art in the St. Thomas More Art Gallery and in the outdoor space around the Art and Music building for everybody to enjoy.
The main focus and goal of the Camp, is having the children use a natural material and understand the connections between arts and natural environment. All the activities will be done respecting the children’s paces, creativity and the surrounding environment.
This camp is for middle-school students who want to learn all about making movies, from developing a script to editing the final product. Participants will team together as writers, actors, and production crew and in five days will produce a high-quality DVD movie. They’ll learn about lights and sound and work with a variety of cameras. The camp will conclude with a public showing of the final product for friends and family. Mr. Middlesworth, who leads camp, is not only the drama director at STM, but a graduate of UNC’s School of Media and Journalism.
This camp is open to rising 6th-8th grade students and it runs from 9:00 am to noon in the Lower School Hall. There will be a limit of ten participants.