Enroll in summer camp at St. Luke’s today!
St. Luke’s summer camp, Camp Wildcat, will keep your child entertained with a variety of fun-filled activities from May 28 until August 2. Parents may choose which weeks their children attend Camp Wildcat.
We invite children age 3 to sixth grade to attend Camp Wildcat, which begins daily at 7:30 a.m. until 5:30 p.m. Our summer camp is located in Mobile, Alabama.
REGISTER ONLINE /PAY REGISTRATION FEE ONLINE or DOWNLOAD YOUR REGISTRATION FORM for summer camp today before all spots are filled. Since St. Luke’s Camp Wildcat has limited availability, we ask parents to register as soon as possible. Fill out the registration form and pay the registration fee online, or print and return the completed registration and fee 3975 Japonica Lane Mobile, Alabama 36693.
Camp Wildcat: Mobile’s Full-Filled Summer Camp
Children in pre-kindergarten through sixth grade are invited to attend Camp Wildcat. St. Luke’s organizes a variety of events to ensure your child has both an educational and fun experience throughout the summer that keeps them active and safe. In addition to traditional summer camp experiences, we also offer the following activities:
- Water slides
- Fun weekly themes
- On-site activities
- Classes in Spanish, music, computers, and more!
- Museum trips & field trips*
*Senior Campers attend field trips and swim once a week, however Junior campers and Senior campers will both enjoy fun on-site activities.
Fun Activities for Children of Every Age!
The Senior Camp serves rising first through sixth grade children. Junior Camp serves children ages 3 through 5 (rising K-3, K-4 and K-5). Our junior campers will enjoy many on-site activities, while our senior campers attend field trips and swim once a week. St. Luke’s also hosts “Water Slide Wednesday” to everyone each week to keep cool!
Our Staff Will Ensure a SAFE and FUN Camping Experience!
In addition to entertaining and educating your child, our counselors maintain the highest level of safety. Only registered individuals may pick up your child from camp. St. Luke’s requires a signed parental for all field trips and off-campus events.
Return completed forms to 3975 Japonica Lane Mobile, Alabama 36693. For more information about Camp Wildcat, review the registration form. For additional questions, email Connie Jackson at email@example.com or call (251) 666-2991.
Since St. Luke’s summer camp has limited space, we ask all parents to register as soon as possible.
We hope to see you at Camp Wildcat this summer. Happy camping!
“Best camp ever” my daughter said. Camp Wildcat is a place where she felt safe, happy and cared about. The many different activities provide an environment of learning and fun all summer. She is so excited to be coming again this year!”
— Wendy Wheeler
“Our family loves Camp Wildcat! You might think our children would be ready for a break since they are at St. Luke’s during the school year, but they can’t get enough. They look forward to the waterslide, science projects, music class and field trips. As parents, we love the care that has been put into developing themes for each week of camp, which is not only fun, but also is educational. Most importantly, we know the children are in good hands and are making friends, both from St. Luke’s and other schools, that will last a lifetime! ”
— Rachel Banks
“For parents, it’s nice to have a place to take them in the Summer where you know they will have a blast and look forward to returning the next day. There is nothing better than dropping them off and seeing the smiling counselors greeting them by name, and knowing they will be in a safe and nurturing environment.”
— Brian & Brandi Trammell
“Camp wildcat was our first St. Luke’s experience. We chose to sign up in hope that it would make transitioning to a new school easier and it was the best decision that we could have made! The childrenare divided up based on grade level so our daughter was able to meet other children that she would be in school with right away. As a parent, I love that summer camp is so structured and offers art, Spanish, library time, etc along with lots of other fun activities like tea parties, scavenger hunts, and water days. Our daughter absolutely LOVES Camp Wildcat and is excited to do it again this year!”
— Hilary Seay