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Monarch Summer Camps 2024 - Rising PreK4 - rising 8th

June 17th through June 28th


Come join in the fun at St. Mary Magdalene Catholic School’s summer camp!   

Camps are available for rising PreK4 through rising 8th graders.

 Camps will run from June 17th through June 28th, 2024. 

Camps are divided into sessions: 
Session I (8:30 am-11:30 am) and Session II (12:00 pm-3:00 pm). 

Campers may register for one camp per session each week.   
Lunch break for campers enrolled in both sessions is from 11:30 am-12:00 pm.  Lunch will NOT be provided.  Campers will need to pack their own nut-free lunch. NO aftercare will be offered after camp. Please plan to pick up your children promptly at 3:00 pm.

Registration for all summer camps will end on May 5, 2024. 

For siblings or multiple camp discounts, please reach out to Ms. Lawson at

Take a look at our camp offerings below! Click on the links to register! There is something for everyone!

2024 Monarch Summer Camps 

*Please note, space is limited for each camp and will be filled on a first come, first served basis. 

For waitlist, please email Kate Lawson,

Week 1: June 17th-21st, 2024

Week 1 Session I Camps 8:30am-11:30am

*Lunch Break from 11:30-12:00 (Students attending both camp sessions must bring a nut-free lunch)

Week 1 Session II Camps 12:00pm-3:00pm

Week 2: June 24th-28th

Week 2 Session I Camps 8:30am-11:30am

*Lunch Break from 11:30-12:00 (Students attending both camp sessions must bring a nut-free lunch)

Week 2 Session II Camps 12:00pm-3:00pm


Spots are limited. If a camp is full, please reach out to Mrs. Lawson about joining our waitlist. 

Registration will end on May 5, 2024.

For any questions or for sibling and multiple camp discounts, please reach out to Mrs. Lawson,

Summer Camp Procedures

Morning session- Drop off at 8:15 am, and pick up at 11:30 am
Afternoon session- Drop off at 12:00pm and pick up at 3:00 pm
Please bring your ID at both drop-off and pick-up

Pick-Up and Drop-Off Procedures:

For K-8 Camper drop-off: please walk your child up to the front entrance of the Activity Building (building between the Church and the playground). Campers will check in with Ms. Bright Smith.

For Mini-Monarchs drop-off: please walk your child up to the main school entrance (located next to the playground).  Campers will check in with Ms. Maddie.

For K-8 Monarch Camper pick-up: please use our carpool line coming in from Apex Barbecue Road. Students will be released at 11:30 am (morning session) or 3:00 pm (afternoon session). 

For Mini-Monarchs pick-up:  Mini-Monarchs are to be picked up from the entrance of the main building, located next to the playground. Please park and check your child out with Ms. Maddie. Your child will be brought out to you by the facilitator at 11:30 am.

Pickleball is held off campus at Apex Elementary School courts. Please drop your camper off between 8:15 and 8:30 am. Pick-up will be at the same location beginning at 11:30-11:45 am. We cannot transport your students, so please provide all necessary transportation to and from camp.

What To Bring to Camp:

Each camper should plan to bring a refillable bottle of water, and a NUT-FREE snack for each camp they are attending. A camper attending both Session I and Session II camps in the same week should also plan to bring a NUT-FREE lunch.  Some camps will be held outdoors at times, so please apply sunscreen to your camper before they arrive at camp. Although campers may bring additional sunscreen to apply if needed, staff will not be able to assist them with sunscreen applications.

Additional Camp Information:


Medications: If a student knows when and how to use their emergency medication, such as EpiPens or inhalers, they may carry it in a fanny pack, spi-belt, or any bag that they can have on their bodies at all times. If a child has a prescribed emergency medication and needs the assistance of an adult to administer the medication, please provide the proper medication to Ms. Bright-Smith in the Activity Lobby on the first day of camp. All medication will be kept with the camp instructor and go with the child at all times. All children who have EpiPens must have an Allergy Action Plan. All children who have inhalers require an Asthma Action Plan. These plans are to be completed by a healthcare provider and signed by the parent. 

Cell Phone Usage: Cell phones are not allowed during camps. Campers must leave their cell phones in their bags turned off or on silent for the duration of camp.

Snacks/Lunch: If a student brings in a snack/lunch with an allergen, the snack will remain unopened and be put into their bag with a note. Parents will be called to bring another lunch or snack if this need arises.

Inclement Weather: In inclement weather, our outdoor camps will be moved inside. Pickleball students will be picked up by a parent and brought back to StMM’s campus at 625 Magdala Place.

Illness: If a camper becomes suddenly ill, parents will receive a phone call home. If a student has a fever of over 100.1 or vomits, the camper must be picked up immediately. Campers who have been sent home due to these instances will not be allowed to return until fever-free for 24 hours without medication.

Behavior: St. Mary Magdalene Monarch and Mini Monarch Camps may opt to immediately terminate the enrollment of any child whose behavior creates a significant risk of harm to the health and safety of other children or staff.

Monarch Athletic Camps

Softball, Basketball, and Cheerleading summer camp registration is now open! Click HERE to register! 

Contact Jeff Bessler, Athletics Director, with any questions.  

Go Monarchs!