Who doesn’t love a great Pixar or Disney movie? Did you know that the Lion King movie projects an important message of friendship and hope? There is so much to learn when examining movies’ underlying messages and the songs associated with blockbuster films. Located at Miriam's high school in Olivette, MO, campers entering grades 9-12 or who just completed grade 12 learn strategies for navigating the social nuances of getting older. Fun STEAM-inspired activities encourage interaction between high school campers.
Location: Miriam High School, 1138 N. Warson Road, Saint Louis, Missouri 63132
June 27-July 1
HOW TO APPLY
First-time campers, please click here to complete a summer camp application. New campers MUST provide an evaluation report or report card and an IEP (if they have one) at the time of the application. We will also get feedback from your child’s teacher(s). Once we have received all of the documents, camp staff will contact you. All new campers will meet with camp staff for approximately 20 minutes before acceptance.
Returning campers or current Miriam School/Academy students, please call Gail Porter at 314-961-1500 or email email@example.com to receive a registration link. Please indicate your camp selection(s) at the time of contact.
Limited need-based scholarships are available on a first come, first served basis for families with an Adjusted Gross Income of less than $80,000. Click here for scholarship application. Families must include financial documentation for consideration of scholarships. Miriam is a Department of Mental Health and Regional Center vendor and accepts EMAP funds for select summer camps.
When Miriam accepts a child to camp, a $250 deposit per camp is due. Deposits are non-refundable after April 29, 2022. To secure a camper’s spot, all camps must be paid in full by April 29, 2022. Those not paid in full may result in the loss of a camper’s placement. Due to small camp ratios, switching camps or sessions and refunds will not be available after April 29, 2022.