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1110 Victor St.
St. Louis, MO 63104
(314) 865-2799

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Camp Soulard 2019:  Soulard Gets Real!

Camp Soulard is the place to be this summer for laid-back, unplugged summer fun. Our mixed-age groups promote teamowrk across grade levels and our themes provide new experiences every week. Don't worry, there's still plenty of time for outside play, crafts, swimming, cooking and science projects.



Camp Soulard is open to students entering Grade 1 through Grade 6. See below for middle/high school counselor program.

All camps are held from 9am-3pm, Monday through Friday.

EARLY-BIRD RATES! If you register BEFORE April 1, 2019: One-Week Session: $175 

AFTER April 1, 2019: One-Week Session: $200

Beforecare is available at 8:00 a.m. at no charge.
Aftercare is available until 6:00 p.m. for $60/week. 

To reserve your weeks, please fill out the 2019 Camp Registration Form and send it in with your 2019 Application for Summer Placement. Current TSS families need only complete the Registration Form. Both forms are required for students not currently enrolled at TSS. 

Camp Questions? Call the school at (314) 865-2799, or email camp coordinator Sarah Kate Buckles - 


Camp Soulard 2019:  Soulard Gets Real!

Week 1, June 3-7: The Amazing Soulard Race

We'll kick off the summer with team-building games, scavenger hunts, and map-making challenges as our troops work together and explore our neighborhood.

Week 2, June 10-14: Soulard Project Runway

Self-expression through fashion is the theme this week. Campers will learn basic mending skills, create their own wearable art, use non-traditional materials and even visit a working fashion designer's studio.

Week 3, June 17-21: Soulard Double Dare - FULL!

We get messy with slime challenges and other science concoctions. We'll learn ways to reduce our plastic consumption at the Science Center and reuse what we have to create a messy showdown of slime-tastic fun. 

Week 4, June 25-29: Soulard Survivor - FULL!

Do you have what it takes to survive? Campers will learn fire safety, compass skills, edible plant identification and more. The week ends with an optional potluck and campout on the playground. 


Camp is closed the weeks of 7/1 and 7/8

Week 5, July 15-19: Animal Planet Soulard - FULL!

From local wildlife to the wild creatures of the world, we focus on all things animal, including a trip to the Zoo. 

Week 6, July 22-26: The Great Soulard Baking Camp - FULL!

Break out the measuring spoons as we take on recipe challenges pulled from the pages of our favorite fiction (pumpkin pasties, anyone?). We'll also visit a local bakery and learn how the pros do it.  

Week 7, July 29-August 2: Ninja Soulard - FULL!

Build your ninja skills as we create and test our own obstacle courses, visit local playgrounds and work on our parkour. We'll take a field trip to Bounce U for the final ninja challenge. 

Week 8, August 4-9: Camp Soulard's Got Talent - FULL!

We wrap up the summer with student perforamnces, visits from local musicians and theater workshops with a talent show on Friday night.   



Be A Camp Soulard Counselor!


Camp Soulard is seeking engaged, compassionate, creative, energetic, and motivated young people to serve as counselors.  Being a Camp Soulard Counselor is a lot of fun, and it's also a great opportunity to gain valuable work and interpersonal experience, earn volunteer hours for school, and build your resume and college application credentials.


Details and Requirements

  • Complete the online application here

  • Mandatory 2019 training session dates are coming soon. 

  • 2-week minimum commitment if accepted to the program (any two weeks, they do not have to be consecutive)

  • Counselor families are asked to pay $25/week to cover training, daily snack, and any field trip expenses; 

  • The counselor day is 9-3:00 (8-9:00 optional beforecare), with aftercare available for $60/week

  • These positions are volunteer internships


This year we have changed up our themes, building activities around reality shows.  We will still cook each week and have the same basic structure of play, pool, crafts, etc.  We will have a campout at the end of Week 4, and a potluck/talent show at the end of week 8. Please read through the above descriptions so you know a little of what to expect!


We look forward to hearing from you!  If you have any questions, please contact Sarah Kate, camp coordinator, at