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Saint Paul Public Schools, District 625
360 Colborne Street
Saint Paul
MN
55102

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Summer Learning Programs

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SUMMER LEARNING PROGRAMS 2024

Grades Pre-K - 12 Summer Learning Programs help students strengthen academic and social emotional skills, discover new talents, and recover high school credits. Examples of program themes include: Experiential & Project-Based Learning; Environmental Studies; Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Math (STEAM); Leadership; and, Languages & Cultural Studies. When registering, choose a Summer Learning Program that matches your student's current grade level during the 2023-24 school year.

All programs are FREE and include:

  • Academic Support & Enrichment- Students will be inspired to learn new skills and increase their current understanding of reading, math and other subjects while discovering new interests and talents and making new friends.
  • Breakfast and Lunch - All students receive two free healthy meals daily that include entrees, salads, baked goods, and locally grown fruits and vegetables.
  • Transportation - Transportation is available to most students who live in Saint Paul (within transportation guidelines).
  • 2023-24 District Map - find your Area (A-F1/F2). Transportation information will be mailed out two weeks prior to the start of programs.

Registration Opens March 15, 2024

PRIORITY REGISTRATION DEADLINE:  April 15, 2024

Register between March 15 - April 15 for the best opportunity to get into the program of your choice. Many programs fill quickly. Based on capacity, students may be placed on a waiting list.

Elementary

For grades PreK-4

Middle School

For grades 5-8

 
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High School

For grades 9-12