Summer Academy

2021 Registration is NOW OPEN! 

Evansville Day School is proud to offer Summer Academy for children age 3 through rising Grade 8. EDS Summer Academy offers educational and fun programs designed to engage young minds throughout the summer months. Summer Academy enrollees enjoy learning experiences tailored to each grade level and guaranteed to make the summer both interesting and fun!
 
Click the headings below for a full list of themes for each age group. 
Free t-shirt with registration of three or more weeks!

 

Eaglets (3 - 4 year olds)

The Preschool program at Evansville Day School's Summer Academy is like no other in the area! An amazing team of educators have developed engaging, entertaining, and educational activities, for ages 3 - 4. Please note: children must also be potty trained.
 

Rising Eagles (K - 4th Grade)

Rising Kindergarten - 4th Grade students explore and learn while having FUN! Due to Covid-19 safety concerns, we will not have field trips or specialty classes this year; however, we are working on some fun virtual and visitor-based options to provide added fun for our participants. Summer Academy emphasizes team building, communication skills, and theme-based explorations. Students interact with multiple teachers, each bringing their own specialized skills to the classroom. 
 

Soaring Eagles (5th - 8th Grade)

We are excited to continue this special program for rising 5th - 8th graders! Soaring Eagles will explore weekly themes designed with the skills and interests of middle school students in mind. Full day (8:30 - 3:00) or half day (12:00 - 3:00) programming is available. 

 

For more information:

  • Contact Amanda Bultemeier, Summer Academy Director or Carla Englebright, Assistant Director with any questions. 

  • Click here for a copy of the 2021 Release Form due on your child's first day of Summer Academy.

  • Find Summer Academy on Facebook here. Be sure to like our page, and invite relatives to like it, too! We will post pictures each week with descriptions of what your kids are learning.