Students currently in grades K-11 can participate in sports, arts, environmental and cultural programs with other students from across the metro area. These summer programs are offered at no cost to students.
Students living within SPPS district transportation boundaries will receive transportation to Multi-District Programs. All students living outside the SPPS boundaries, must provide their own transportation.
Register your current SPPS student online at spps.org/ summer OR fill out the registration form included in the S-Term booklet and mail it back in the postage-paid envelope.
National Youth Sports Program
The Center for Academics and Sports / National Youth Sports Program (NYSP) provides a college experience, meaningful classroom learning, athletic activities and two USDA-approved meals a day. Students will experience a mix of academic and athletic programs taught by local teachers and coaches.
Camp Teranga with ARTS Us
Join ARTS Us for six weeks of music, art and fun this summer! Students will build skills in artistic appreciation and expression, academic achievement and community leadership. Workshops include African drumming, storytelling, poetry, African-based movement, environmental arts and more. Camp will end with a final performance and exhibition.
World Cultures Program (NYSP)
The Center for Academics and Sports / National Youth Sports Program (NYSP)/ World Cultures Camp provides access to a college experience, meaningful classroom learning, athletic activities, and two USDA-approved meals a day. Students will experience a mix of academic and athletic programs taught by local teachers and coaches.
Native American Program
The Department of Indian Works (Indian Youth Enrichment Program) teams with Belwin Outdoor Science Program to deliver a two-week cultural awareness program for Native American and non-Native American students.
Belwin Outdoor Science Program
The summer program at Belwin incorporates Ojibwe and Lakota themes into outdoor science-based experiences. The Ojibwe’s Seven Teachings and Seven Clans frame the day, so students will study how birds, pond life, plants and other animals connect to themes such as respect. Students have access to over 200 acres of prairie, wetlands and forest to explore.