Summer Camps

Notre Dame High School – St. Louis will be offering several different camp options during Summer 2024. Check out all the opportunities below!

9th-12th grade camps are only offered for students currently enrolled at Notre Dame High School for the 2024-2025 school year.

Athletic Camps

Our Athletic Camps will run throughout June and July with options for most grade levels.

ACT Bootcamp

One of the most dreaded aspects of the college admissions process is taking the ACT. However, this task does not need to be such a scary endeavor. Notre Dame High School does a great deal to prepare its students, and here is an additional opportunity for the ND community: the ACT Bootcamp.  

By understanding the makeup of the test and its common "traps," students will learn strategies to boost their scores. Instructors will help each student identify her areas of weakness and how to improve them for future testing sessions. This material will expand on concepts presented in the ACT Prep course taken by all juniors. 

The camp will be from May 28th-30th.

Camp ND

Camp ND is a week-long summer camp experience for rising 5th-8th grade girls from June 3-7th. 

Monday through Thursday (June 3-6) from 9:00 AM – 3:00 PM campers will attend various sessions that include activities like learning dances and cheers, cooking yummy snacks, creating green screen videos and playing pickleball. Each day will have a theme and campers are encouraged to dress to it! Snacks will be provided, but please bring your own lunch. 

Camp ND will conclude with a Camp In Sleepover on Thursday night June 6th (pickup is Friday morning June 7th at 7:00 AM) in the ND Gym.  Dinner, snacks and breakfast will be provided during the sleepover. Camp ND costs $300 for the week.

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Esports Camp

  • June 10th-13th

  • Information about times and registration coming soon!

ND Jumpstart

  • July 15-18 

  • More information about times and registration coming soon!

A study skills camp for ND's Class of 2028 led by our Learning Consultant, Kathy Hess. Incoming freshmen will have the opportunity to jumpstart their high school experience by learning important study skills including mindfulness, organization, note taking and test taking strategies.