Ready, Set, Go to Summer Camps at St. Nicholas


Ready! Set! Let’s go! Summer at St. Nicholas Camp is an incredibly fun time for kids ages 4-12. St. Nicholas Summer Camp challenges and nurtures imagination, encourages self-directed initiative, and develops leadership skills in children. Involvement in age-appropriate group activities and diverse athletic and educational experiences are the foundation of the program. The St. Nicholas Summer Camp program is a comprehensive school-age program licensed with the Hamilton County Department of Education.

Summer Camps at St. NicholasPrograms: Our camp offers swimming and swim lessons, art and music activities that make the summer days busy and fun. During our Gardening Program, children learn the basics of growing summer veggies, herbs and flowers in the St. Nicholas School Garden. The 24-acre campus includes the outdoor swimming pool, sports fields and five playgrounds as well as lots of outdoor green space and wooded areas to explore.

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Camps run M-F from 7:30am to 6pm June 1st-July 30th
Boys | Girls: both
Ages: 4–12 (Day and Enrichment Camp)

Cost: $160 per week, sibling discount available.

St. Nicholas Summer CampsCheck out all that St. Nicholas has to offer!

Located on a beautiful, wooded, 24-acre campus in the East Brainerd community, St. Nicholas School is an independent Episcopal school for boys and girls in preschool through 5th grade. Founded in 1958 as a neighborhood kindergarten at Grace Episcopal Church, St. Nicholas has grown into a unique educational community of cottage-based classrooms that provides focused settings for integrated learning. Our Early Learning Center offers a nature-based program that is Reggio Emilia-inspired. Our curriculum focuses on hands-on learning and builds problem-solving, collaboration and creative thinking skills.

St. Nicholas School offers after-school enrichments, a comprehensive summer camp, a woodworking program, foreign language, and year-round gardening programs. St. Nicholas nurtures the whole child, integrating spiritual, artistic, and physical development.

Email: [email protected]  (Cori Hasden)

Founded: 1958
Total Students: 170 Average
Avg. Class Size: 10–16
Religious Affiliation: Episcopal
Uniforms: No