St. Vrain Valley Schools is excited to offer a menu of in-person and online summer opportunities for students ages 3-17. Programs are designed to advance students’ academic and social engagement in safe and welcoming environments, supporting them to realize their highest potential. Visit the summer program webpage to learn more about each camp’s activities, dates, and the registration process.
Stay engaged with St. Vrain Valley Schools throughout the summer through these incredible opportunities for student learning and fun.
Community Schools will offer a Summer Wraparound Pre-K Camp for children ages 3-5 at Fall River Elementary and Prairie Ridge Elementary. Community Schools hosts traditional summer camp options for students ages 5 -12 at ten elementary school sites across the district. Summer Camp offers children new friendships, confidence, independence, and a sense of belonging in a safe, structured environment. Creativity abounds in our camps with staff developing exciting, energizing invisible learning.
The Innovation Center is hosting three programming options including for-credit courses for high school students, Innovation Academy which will be located at Blue Mountain Elementary this summer for students from grades K-5, and a diverse offering of hands-on and innovative SuperSTEM camps with two age group options (ages 9-12 and ages 13-17). For more information go directly to our Innovation Center website: innovation.svvsd.org/summeropportunities
Project Launch, St. Vrain’s initiative to provide elementary students an opportunity to strengthen their reading and math skills over the summer in a fun, friendly camp-like environment, is available for students in grades K-5, at no cost to families. Project Launch Middle School provides an opportunity for students in grades 6-7 to master grade level content in math and language arts, and participate in STEM extension activities.
Transition Programs, St. Vrain offers summer transition programs for two weeks in August to support students graduating from elementary school to middle school, and middle school to high school. Programming is available at no cost and transportation is provided through the JumpStart initiative. JumpStart programs are designed for students who might need additional support and encouragement to help them have a successful start to the new school year in their new school. Students who participate in the eighth to ninth grade transition program will receive one elective credit. Programs vary by school. For additional information, please contact your school’s main office.
eCredit Recovery will continue for high school students in an in-person learning environment. Students who are behind on high school credits are encouraged to enroll in the eCredit Recovery summer session.
Participants who attend in-person summer programming will wear face coverings while indoors. All St. Vrain summer programs have implemented comprehensive, research-based safety and well-being measures that adhere to CDPHE guidelines and CDC best practices.