From our coed offerings of Academic Prep and Enrichment Camp STH, Eagle Academic Mysteries and Adventure Camp, Debate Camp, Theater Performance Camp and Athletic Training Camp to our elite sports camps for boys ...

all middle school opportunities are designed to reflect a carefully chosen set of engaging content and challenging instruction that will stimulate rising students entering the 6 & 7th grades, stirring their vivid imaginations and building self confidence.

Age-­specific sessions introduce tweens to technology, engineering, math, 3D printing, creative writing and competitive athletics ... broadening their world and enhancing their abilities ... with hands­-on direction supported by acclaimed STH faculty and championship varsity Eagle coaches along with prominent counselors.

Enhance your skill set, explore what you truly love doing, all while having fun and meeting new friends ... Summer@STH!

An invaluable opportunity for curious and high-achieving middle school students to explore the frontiers of 3D printing, digital media, riveting history, and improvisational music, all created in collaboration with acclaim St. Thomas faculty.

Five days of interactive instruction allows campers to begin identifying and fueling their passions while enjoying personal development, honing their leadership skills and kick-starting their futures.

Eagle Academic Mysteries and Adventure Camp is an enrichment week designed to ignite exploration of new subjects as bright, forward-thinking campers make new friends and experience the St. Thomas campus and community.

It’s an amazing pre-high school summer experience for middle schoolers unlike any other!

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Camp STH is a co­ed academic prep and enrichment experience to help rising 6th-­8th graders prepare for their transition from middle school to high school and beyond.

Our program builds a strong cognitive, strategic and creative foundation of skills and knowledge as well as social and recreational activities to give middle school students a fun and enriching summer. Camp STH inspires independent thinking, personal growth and self­-confidence.

Everyone is welcome and everyone belongs. Join Camp STH and stretch your brain while creating long-­lasting friendships this summer.

Do you have a flair for the dramatic? Have a sense of humor, like to make others laugh or cry? Do you have what it takes to command the stage or become the next big star?​

Theater Performance Camp can help aspiring young actors and musical theater performers spark a curiosity or reach their dreams. Students entering grades 6­-12 will collaborate with STH Theater Director Dan Green who owns more than twenty years experience leading acclaimed STH productions, including recent performances of Three Musketeers, The Addams Family Musical, West Side Story, Oklahoma!, Macbeth, Fiddler on the Roof, Beauty and the Beast, and The Mouse That Roared. The nine­-day highly orchestrated workshop focuses on having fun while stretching the performing talents of artists of all levels culminating in an exciting summer showcase. Limited spaces are available so register early!

STH Faculty: Dan Green, English Department, Drama Director

This rewarding one-week camp with a focus on Public Forum Debate is designed by acclaimed college preparatory faculty members to give beginners entering grades 6-12 an introduction to basic oratory skills such as pacing, articulation and body language, all fundamental elements to deliver speeches and debate clearly, concisely and persuasively.

Our middle school students will develop core presentation and communications skills that boost confidence and self-esteem, all in a safe and secure environment while having fun.

All students are instructed with effective debate strategies rooted in logic and critical thinking, research and analysis, leadership and teamwork, rebuttals and summary.

The goal is for all campers take ownership of their intellectual development, learn to read an audience and use creativity to persuade, as well as better express thoughts in academic work and college applications.

St. Thomas in collaborating with St. Agnes Academy have assembled a team of renown instructors with deep expertise who have mentored award-winning results from the National Forensics League, Texas Forensics Association, National Speech and Debate Association, Tournament of Champions and Texas Association of Private and Parochial Schools.

There’s no debate - gaining a greater command as a public speaker and the power of debate are increasingly valuable strengths for life-long success. Let’s get started!

Students may bring their own lunch or prepay $50 for a prepared lunch for the week at time of online registration

STH Faculty: Darrell Yarbrough, English Department, Speech & Forensics Team Director

St. Agnes Faculty: Kate Wright, Communications Chair, Speech & Forensics Sponsor
Designed to provide a fun, low pressure atmosphere where players can receive individual instruction to improve their fundamentals while developing a love for the game.

State champion coach Ryan Lousteau, who has led Eagle Baseball to two TAPPS state championships in four years and in 2016 to the program's first national ranking in its acclaimed history, strives to offer the best learning environment possible. The commitment to excellence provides young players with the proper role models to build future success.

Personal player development emphasizes mental preparation and hitting philosophy, foundation and balance, hand-eye coordination, proper weight transfer, opposite field hitting, situational hitting, hitting with two strikes, all within the confines of historic Fr. Wilson Field, home to 24-time state champion Eagle Baseball.

All campers must be equipped with baseball pants or athletic shorts, bat, batting gloves, batting helmet if available, fielding glove, cap, cleats or athletic shoes.

Camp is open to rising 6th-8th graders. Boys only.

June 25-27, 6:00-8:00 p.m.

Cost is $165 per camper. Camp t-shirt included.

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Designed for the player ready to take his game up a notch. Instruction is directed and conducted by acclaimed coach Ryan Lousteau, who has led Eagle Baseball to two TAPPS state championships in four years and in 2016 to the program's first national ranking in its acclaimed history.

The camp takes great pride in the quality of instruction, providing a low coach to camper ratio with high energy attention to detail, including pitching philosophy, how to create a throwing program and workout strategy, proper throwing mechanics and injury prevention.

This is a baseball opportunity that we are confident will exceed your expectations. All campers must be equipped with baseball pants or athletic shorts, glove, cleats or athletic shoes.

Camp is open to rising 6th-8th graders. Boys only.

June 11-13, 6:00-8:00 p.m.

Cost is $165 per camper. Camp t-shirt included.

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An extensive four-day camp to better maximize the summer basketball season, promoting individual development through a variety of skill instruction sessions and competitive daily scrimmages with an emphasis on offensive/defensive team concepts.

Camp will be conducted in legendary Reckling Gymnasium on the STH campus. All campers should be equipped with basketball shoes and appropriate athletic wear.

Camp is open to rising 6th-8th graders. Boys only.

Session 1: June 4-7, 9:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m.
Session 2: June 25-28, 9:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m.

Cost is $165 per camper. Camp t-shirt included.

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Designed by Eagle state championship coach and former University of Houston track and field performer Nathan Labus with a focus on training paces, form running, nutrition and core development.

Campers from a full spectrum of experience and skill levels are encouraged to attend. From the very first session, our talented staff will identify the needs and goals for each camper and provide an experience ideal for each one. Training sessions are designed in small groups so coaches and counselors have more opportunity for one-on-one interaction with the campers.

Campers must be equipped with running apparel, running shoes, running watch, towel and water bottle, and be prepared for morning runs followed by classroom sessions and then pool workouts.

Camp is open to rising 6th-8th graders. Boys only.

June 18-20, 8:00-10:00 a.m.

Cost is $165 per camper. Camp t-shirt included.

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Join the Eagle Football staff for a proven process to program success and individual skill position development ... quarterback, receivers, running backs and tight ends.

Position-specific coaches from Eagle Football conduct creative sessions featuring innovative drills and competitions to equip our campers with the tools to rise to the next level ... proper throwing mechanics, route running, individual skill development, all with a sense of competitiveness and an emphasis on motivation and sportsmanship.

The quarterback position is the most difficult position to play in sports ... and often the most under-coached. Build your confidence with the necessary foundation of fundamentals while having fun and becoming a better leader and communicator.

Camp will be held on Hotze Field inside historic Granger Stadium on the St. Thomas campus. All campers must be equipped with athletic apparel and athletic shorts. Cleats are strongly recommended. Campers may bring their own labeled football if desired.

Camp is open to rising 6th-8th graders. Boys only.

July 9-12, 6:00-18:00 p.m.

Cost is $165 per camper. Camp t-shirt included.

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Designed exclusively for rising 6th-8th grade offensive and defensive linemen and coached by Eagle Football head coach Rich McGuire and varsity staff members.

Skill development will focus on all aspects of line play including run blocking ... pass protection ... pursuit angles ... slant technique ... gap control ... plus additional skills which promise to make an immediate individual impact.

A limited coach-to-athlete ratio allows for individualized and small group/classroom instruction.

Our campers achieve a powerful sense of confidence by learning repetition with perfect execution of fundamentals.

Camp will be held on Hotze Field inside historic Granger Stadium on the St. Thomas campus. All campers must be equipped with athletic apparel and athletic shorts. Cleats are strongly recommended.

Camp is open to rising 6th-8th graders. Boys only.

July 9-12, 6:00-18:00 p.m.

Cost is $165 per camper. Camp t-shirt included.

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Receive instruction from the Eagle varsity staff and outstanding high school players.

This camp is fast-paced and combines skill sessions and scrimmages so athletes can crank up the tempo of their game.

A prime opportunity to fine-tune skills, grain a greater appreciation and understanding for the game while having lots of fun!

Camp will be conducted under the lights at beautiful Hotze Field inside Granger Stadium on the St. Thomas campus.

All campers must have appropriate lacrosse gear, including stick, helmet and protective gear. Cleats are recommended.

Camp is open to rising 6th-8th graders. Boys only.

Session 1: June 4-7, 6:00-8:00 p.m.
Session 2: June 18-21, 6:00-8:00 p.m.

Cost is $165 per camper. Camp t-shirt included.

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An accomplished staff led by Texas Rugby Union Hall of Famer Jim Wolfinger, Eagle Rugby state championship coach and program founder, along with acclaimed Eagle assistant coaches and professional guest coaches from Major League Rugby’s Houston Sabercats, build core fundamentals, skill development and tactical awareness in a supportive and fun environment.

This is a non-contact, no-tackling camp emphasizing positive character development, as well as the spirit of the game.

Camp will be conducted at beautiful Hotze Field inside Granger Stadium on the STH campus. All campers must be equipped with appropriate rugby gear, including athletic shorts, t-shirt or jersey, and mouthpiece. Cleats are highly recommended.

Camp is open to rising 6th-8th graders. Boys only.

June 14 & 15, 6:00-7:30 p.m. & June 16, 10-11:30 a.m.

Cost is $165 per camper. Camp t-shirt included.

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Hosted by longtime Eagle Soccer head coach Kenny Martin and his varsity coaching staff along with former standout Eagle student-athletes now competing at the collegiate level.

Each of our instructors is selected for their specific expertise to comprise a balanced approach creating a challenging yet fun environment for learning. Daily individualized attention emphasizes technical topics, as well as small group tactical work and individual development including passing, dribbling, defending, possession and shooting.

We look forward to not only hosting our campers but starting a relationship which will continue in future years.

All campers must be equipped with the proper athletic apparel and equipment including ball, shin guards and cleats.

Camp is open to rising 6th-8th graders. Boys only.

June 11-13, 6:00-7:30 p.m.

Cost is $165 per camper. Camp t-shirt included.

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Designed by Eagle state championship coach and former University of Houston track and field performer Nathan Labus to teach, instruct and guide campers with the most cutting-edge techniques for the respective individual events.

Pole Vault instruction emphasizes event-specific training including the run, plant, swing and flyaway techniques.

Hurdle instruction focuses on proven running and hurdling form plus block starts.

High Jump concentrates on learning basic as well as advanced techniques in all phases of the event, including developing better bar clearance.

Triple Jump focuses on the approach run, planting and taking off, plus plyometric exercises for explosive movement, hitch-kick and hang techniques.

Training sessions are designed in small groups so coaches and counselors have more opportunity for one-on-one interaction with the campers.

Campers should be equipped with running apparel, running shoes, running watch, towel and water bottle.

Camp is open to rising 6th-8th graders. Boys only.

June 18-20, 5:30-7:30 p.m.

Cost is $165 per camper. Camp t-shirt included.

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Individual instruction from Eagle head coach Phillip Joseph, a former NCAA Division I performer at Eastern Michigan University, who is committed to ensuring that every camper receives the same support, guidance, and training that our Eagle student-athletes receive at a level that matches their age and experience in the sport.

This camp is designed for aspiring wrestlers who are wanting to learn about the sport and are committed to the training and lifestyle necessary to succeed at the highest level.

Campers should be prepared for a training environment that will challenge their physical and mental abilities while learning the basics of wrestling. All experience levels are welcome.

Camp is open to rising 6th-8th graders. Boys only.

June 4-29, Monday-Thursday 9:00-11:00 a.m.

Cost is $165 per camper. Camp t-shirt included.

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