Summer at a glance

You don't have to be a Shorecrest student to be a part of Summer at Shorecrest! Full day and half day camps are open to the public, age 4 - grade 12 in St. Petersburg, Florida.

We offer a wide variety of camps: from sports, to STEM, to dance, to theatre. Also traditional day camp with sports, games, arts, and water fun.

Sign up for the whole summer or a week at a time!
  • Half Days:  9am - 12pm or 1pm - 4pm
  • Full Day:  9am - 4pm
  • Before Care: 7:30am - 9am
  • After Care: 3pm - 5pm
  • Lunch option available
Now partnering with more camp programs such as:
  • St. Pete MAD (Music, Acting, and Dance)
  • Codemoj
  • Drobots
  • Family Center on Deafness
  • Little Scholars
  • Pathfinder Outdoor Education
  • ALC Tutoring
  • Eckerd College Athletics
  • ICE Writers - Tampa Bay Area Writing Project

Frequently Asked Questions

List of 9 frequently asked questions.

  • Q. Are Summer Programs Open to the Community?

    Yes, we welcome all children to attend any of our camps during the summer, regardless of whether they attend Shorecrest for school.
  • Q. What are the camp fees?

    There is a one time, $10 registration fee per child per summer charged at the time of enrollment. 
    Specific camp prices vary and can be seen in our online catalog.
  • Q. What additional health precautions are in place this summer?

    Camp staff and campers must follow all guidelines outlined in the Summer Programs Family Handbook. Key Items:
    • Campers will remain with their cohorts/groups. Maximum group size is dependent on the size of the classroom to allow for distancing.
    • Camp families, counselors and all adults on campus must review the Daily Attestation Checklist each morning. Anyone who answers YES to any of these questions may not attend camp. 
    • To reduce the number of people on campus, adults/siblings are asked to remain in their vehicles during camp drop-off and pick-up.
    • Summer Programs will maintain 4 different drop-off and pick-up zones to reduce the mixing of groups. Zones are marked on the Summer Carline Map. Camp families will be notified of their drop-off and pick-up zone. 
    • All employees, including camp counselors, must be masked at all times while on campus. The only exception is outdoors at a 6'+ distance. 
    • Equipment/spaces must be disinfected between uses. 
  • Q. What does my child eat at camp?

    Daily snack is provided to all on-campus campers in the morning and afternoon. A daily bagged lunch can be purchased for each week of camp when registering online. Campers may also bring lunch from home each day. Everyone should bring a reusable water bottle - already filled - labeled with first and last name every day.
  • Q. How do camps communicate with parents?

    Email is the primary source of communication during the summer. Please ensure that your email address is up to date at time of registration, and that you check your email account while camp is in session.
  • Q. How is medical insurance taken care of at camp?

    All parents/guardians are responsible for the camper's medical insurance and medical bills.
  • Q. What happens with camp during bad weather?

    In the event of typical summer rain/lightning storms – all outdoor, on-campus camps will be moved indoors. In the event of hurricanes or tropical storms that close our campus, you will be notified of camp closure via email and text. No refunds or make-up days are provided due to natural disasters.
  • Q. What is the Shorecrest Summer Program Refund Policy?

    Refunds will only be given if:
    1) A child’s enrollment is canceled at least two weeks prior to the camp start date. For example: if a camp begins June 8, notification must be received prior to May 25. 
    2) A camp is canceled due to minimum enrollment not being met.
    *Camps/classes are not prorated based on child’s attendance.  

Summer Programs Sponsors

Summer Programs Director

Dominique Hamm

Contact the Camp Director

School Information

5101 First Street Northeast
St Petersburg, FL 33703
Phone: (727) 522-2111  |  Fax: (727) 527-4191

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