Pre-College and Summer Programs
From sports to science, Maryville offers a wide range of fun summer camps and programs.
Maryville University offers a variety of fun and interesting summer camps for children and pre-college programs for teens. Our programs allow students to improve their athletic skills, expand their artistic vision, explores the sciences and discover the exciting place where sports and business intersect.
Summer Pre-College & Summer Programs
Basketball Camp (Boys)
The camp will focus on your offensive development. Shooting the basketball and your 1-on-1 offensive moves will be emphasized every day. Learn More>
Basketball Camp (Girls)
Girls Basketball Camp: 27-29, 9-11 a.m.
Women’s Basketball Elite Camp: Friday, Aug. 7, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Pre-College Art & Design Summer Program
Session One: June 13 – June 24, Monday – Friday, 9 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.
Session Two: July 25 – August 5, Monday – Friday, 9 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.
Workshop: August 6, Saturday, 9 a.m. – 3 p.m.
This program provides a unique opportunity for developing artists to build their portfolios while studying with college-level faculty in a highly creative and enriching art school setting. Learn More >
Cyber Security Summer Institute
June 6-9, 2016
Cyber Security is one of the fastest-growing, highest paying career fields and we want you to experience Maryville’s Cyber Security program first hand. This institute will involve cyber related discussions and activities utilizing the iPad and Maryville Virtual Labs. Potential guess speakers or off campus trips to companies such as MasterCard, Boeing, SpearTip, and Contegix.
Rawlings Sport Business Management Summer Institute
This action packed week gives students the opportunity to experience what it’s like to work in the fast paced environment of the business of sports. Students will have the opportunity to interact and network with professionals in a variety of positions within the business of sport including a product good company, professional sports, minor league sports, sports commission and college athletics.
Check-in – Monday, June 13th @ 6:00 p.m.
Check-out – Saturday, June 18th @ 12:00 p.m.
• Must stay on campus, no commuters
• 5 student allowed per High School
• Day program includes breakfast, classroom experience, visits and lunch
• Dinner and on campus activities will be provided in the evening
• Students will be staying in Potter Hall on Maryville’s campus
• Transportation to and from all events is provided and required, no self-transportation
Summer Science and Robotics Program for High Ability Students
July 11-22, 2016
An engaging opportunity for students who are interested in science, technology, engineering, art and math (STEAM) fields. We offer high end programming with highly qualified faculty, including professors, engineers, computer programmers and gifted certified teachers. Learn More >
Saints Soccer Camp
May 31-June 5 (Girls), June 7-12 (Girls), June 14-19 (Boys), June 21-26 (Girls)
For over 30 years, the Maryville University Saints Soccer Camp has provided an atmosphere where players learn the fundamentals of soccer while receiving instruction from elite-level coaches. Learn More >
Body Basics Summer Institute
June 27-July 1, 2016
Are you interested in pursuing a career in medicine or the health sciences, but unsure if you would like and excel in the required courses? Maryville’s Body Basics gives you an introduction to college-level science and medical school courses, with a focus on anatomy – one of the most intimidating subjects. This week-long program focuses on some of the key anatomy topics covered in health science fields, such as physical and occupational therapy, nursing, and medicine. In small groups, students interact with models, bones, tissue specimens, and cadavers, while asking questions and making thoughtful observations. They also investigate the anatomical sciences using cadavers – active participation that fosters scientific engagement. At all levels of interest, students develop a hands-on respect for life and the human body.
Murder to Trial Institute
June 6-10, 2016
Do you find yourself waiting anxiously for the next episode of CSI, Criminal Minds, NCIS, Bones or Law & Order: SVU?
If so, you may be thinking of a career in law enforcement, forensic science or the justice system. This one-week summer program will allow you to explore all facets of the Criminal Justice system. You will be introduced to a hands-on learning experience that explores the process of evidence collection, evidence analysis and the presentation of evidence in the courtroom.
Cheerleading and Dance Camp
Maryville University’s Spirit Program cheer and dance teams are partnering with the National Cheerleaders Association (NCA) and National Dance Association (NDA), both division of Varsity Brands Inc., to host two summer camps. These camps will work in collaboration with Peter Michel, Spirit coordinator and head cheer and dance coach.
NCA Non-Building Cheer Camp: July 16-19
The cheer camp is a no stunting camp and is geared toward non-building cheerleading teams. Teams are required to bring one adult coach/chaperone per cheerleading program.
NDA Elite Dance Camp: July 20-23
The dance camp is geared toward dance teams of all ability levels and will cover beginner through elite level dance material. Teams are required to bring one adult coach/chaperone per dance program.
Overnight participant: $339
Overnight coach: $324
Commuter participant: $205 (Does not include meals or lodging)
Commuter coach: $105 (Does not include meals or lodging)
For information and to register, visit: nda.varsity.com
Overnight Participant: $339
Overnight Coach: $324
Commuter Participant: $205 (Does not include meals or lodging)
Commuter Coach: $105 (Does not include meals or lodging)
For information and to register, visit: nca.varsity.com
Media Now STL High School Digital Media Summer Camp
Maryville University is partnering with Media Now STL to host a digital media workshop for high school students. Students will push their design, writing, photography, web and multimedia skills to the limit with hands-on instruction. Professional journalists, and collegiate and scholastic experts will teach the courses.
Session: June 26-29, 2016
Cost: $285, Early Bird (through April 1); $300, Regular Open Registration (April 2-June 1); $325, Late Fee (After June 1). Additional $100 housing fee for students who wish to stay on campus.
To register, visit: medianowstl.com/registration/