Cardinal University Summer Academy



Session I

September 4th - October 9th 

Every Wednesday 3:35-4:35



PreK4 - 2nd grade 

Tuition: $108

Instructor: Bobby Howard

Soccer Shots is an engaging children’s soccer program with a focus on character development. Our caring team positively impacts children’s lives on and off the field through best-in-class coaching, curriculum and communication. Our coaches are the best-trained in the business. Our expert-approved curriculum is age-appropriate and aligns with early childhood education standards and our staff is always available for your questions. Our curriculum utilizes creative and imaginative games to focus on basic soccer skills like dribbling, passing and shooting while introducing 1v1 soccer moves and fundamental tactics. We also highlight a positive character trait each session such as respect, teamwork and appreciation. Come join us this fall season for outdoor soccer fun.

Minimum: 5  Maximum: 20



Prek4 – 1st Grade

Tuition: $95

Instructor: Miss Hance and Miss Runnels

In this class, students will learn spatial awareness, build self-confidence and make new friends! As we teach movement in an exciting and nurturing environment, we also talk about positive character traits that promotes a life of confidence, compassion and FUN! This is a great class for children who love to be active with encouraging and talented teachers! As always in Tippi Toes, we will exercise, use our imagination and learn technique in ballet, jazz and tap. Dancers will learn special recital dances and will have an in-class recital the last day of class to celebrate all that they have learned!

Minimum: 5   Maximum: 12



K-2nd grade

Tuition: $85

Instructor: Mrs. Scoggins

Put the tablets away and come play. We will play some good old-fashioned games. We will have a blast playing card games, dominoes, ball games outside... We Will Do It All. Some of our games will be small group, while others are large. We will get back to the simplicity of good conversation and a great GAME! 

Minimum: 5   Maximum: 20


1st-5th grade

Tuition: 100

Instructor: Mrs. Lothes

Tired of sitting at your desk all day? Come get your energy out at Mrs. Lothes' boot camp! We will explore all different types of exercise both inside and outside. We'll do cardio, strength building, yoga, and play an assortment of sports and activities outdoors. We'll also talk about the importance of a healthy diet and lifestyle. Activities can be modified for different abilities and age levels. Go Noodle, Five Star Fitness, and Yoga for Kids on YouTube are just a few of the fun sites we will dance and exercise to. 

Minimum:  5 Maximum: 20



2nd-5th grade

Tuition: $100

Instructor: Mrs. Garrett

Come garden with Mrs. Garrett. Gardening engages kids by providing a dynamic environment to observe, discover, experiment, nurture and learn. Gardens are living laboratories where lessons are drawn from real life experiences and fueled by a child’s innate curiosity and enthusiasm, resulting in an environment that encourages them to become active participants in the learning process. Students will have the opportunity  to play, learn, and grow through gardening, engaging their natural curiosity and wonder. We will make different projects, like homemade botanical paper, plant people, create a butterfly puddle, plant different flowers and plants, and so much more!

Minimum:  5 Maximum: 20


1st - 4th grade

Tuition: $115

Instructor:Shannon Wildman

In this 6 week program, children explore the following topics: heat, lights and color, magnetism, sound, electricity and simple machines. They learn the concepts of heat and heat transfer. They experiment with thermometers, materials that transfer heat at different rates. They explore Newton’s color theory using color-wheel blending and prism-splitting spectra and also discover  the physics of light. They learn the basic physical principles governing magnetism and why magnets behave in such ways. Students capture the characteristics of sounds and sound waves. They discover the world of current and static electricity. They see sparks fly from a Van de Graaff generator, make feathers levitate by creating a static field. Children investigate the mechanics and the role that simple machines play in our everyday lives. Students take home a science project at each meeting.

Minimum: 6   Maximum: 20

Carpool pick-up will be on the Boulevard  (East) side of the school. Teachers will deliver your child to your car at 4:35pm. Please be on time for pick-up. If your child is not picked up by 4:45, he/she will be taken to Cardinal’s Club. You may pick your child up there. Register and pay through the Cardinal University tab on our St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Website.