Summer at SFP


  • Academic/Sport Camps
  • College Symposium
  • Service Academy
  • Summer School
St. Francis Prep Summer Academy and Sports Camps

St. Francis Prep's Sports Camps and Summer Academy is an enrichment opportunity for students aged 8 through 14 on our campus.   Our Mission is to enable students to experience the joy of learning in a comfortable atmosphere. HERE for next summers offerings    For more information please call 718-423-8810 ext.223.

Camp Dates  

Camp and Academy Information and Registration

Football Fitness & Conditioning June 24th-June 28th   5 PM to 8 PM Register Online
BASEBALL CAMP July 8th – July 12th 9AM – 3 PM Register Online
CHEER CAMP July 8th – July 12th 5PM – 8 PM Register Online
Girls Basketball July 8th – July 12th 9AM – 3 PM Register Online
Boys Basketball Session I July 15th – July 19th 9AM – 3 PM Register Online
Volleyball Session I July 15th – July 19th 5PM – 8 PM Register Online
Boys Basketball Session II July 22nd  – July 26th 9AM – 3 PM Register Online
Dance July 22nd – July 26th 9 AM – 3 PM Register Online
Softball July 22nd – July 26th 9AM – 3 PM Register Online
Soccer July 29th – August 2nd 9AM – 3 PM Register Online
Volleyball Session II July 29th – August 2nd 9AM – 12PM Register Online
Concert Band Workshop July 15th – July 19th  9AM – 11:30AM Register Online
Electronic Orchestration Workshop July 15th – July 19th  12:20PM – 3PM Register Online
TACHS Prep Course July 15th – July 19th  9AM – 12PM Register Online
Computer & Fine Arts July 29th – August 2nd 9AM – 3 PM Register Online
Music Tech & Production July 29th – August 2nd 9AM – 3 PM Register Online
Musical Theater July 29th – August 2nd 9AM – 3 PM Register Online
Stem Cell & Forensics July 29th – August 2nd 9AM – 3 PM Register Online
Video Game Design July 29h – August 2nd 9AM – 3 PM Register Online

Mail in Registration form HERE

SENIOR COLLEGE PROCESS SYMPOSIUM

Each session is three hours a day for four days. You can choose from six sessions throughout the first three weeks of August. (See registration form for available dates and times.)

* FINANCIAL AID * THE COLLEGE ESSAY * SCHOLARSHIPS * APPLICATION PROCESS *

We want to “take the stress off” and allow for this important year to be one of higher learning, excitement and accomplishments. The Guidance Department visits, networks and explores many aspects of the college process including applications and essays, resumes, personality and career development, financial aid, SUNY and CUNY, and much more.

We, at SFP, strive to ensure a smooth transition from the stresses of junior year into the intense college selection process in senior year. This year, an added service will be provided throughout the month of August. In addition to all the tasks we will accomplish within each session, we have chosen the first three weeks of August as the Common Application will be live and ready for each student to complete. Once the Common Application and all other components of the application are completed, such as the essay, your child will be ready to hit the “submit” button by the start of their senior year! We are offering these mini sessions over the summer for all incoming seniors in order for this special year to be one that will be missed, not forgotten. The Symposium will allow us to become familiar with your specific needs and help you prepare for your college search early on in the process. This is especially imperative for students who choose early action or early decision options.

“This was the best choice I could have made. Imagine having your college essay done, your college choices narrowed down, and your Common Application completed all before your senior year starts? This week made my college process so much easier.”
Eric, Cor 402
Service Academy

Registration information is not available at this time

Summer School

Address all inquiries to:
Mr. Chris Mendolia, Summer School Principal
6100 Francis Lewis Blvd.
Fresh Meadows, NY 11365
cmendolia@sfponline.org
(718) 423-8810 Ext. 211

Dedicated to helping students realize their academic potential in a Christian setting since 1858
Approved by the University of the State of New York

July 9 - August 3

Requirements

  • Non SFP Students must have written course approval from home school principal or guidance counselor.
  • Driver Ed.: Proof of 16 years of age and written parental permission. (SFP students only)
  • Science: students must have proof of having completed lab work and a Regents Lab Practical grade (Earth Science) if they intend to sit for the August Regents in Science.

Course Offerings
Full Courses (6 weeks):
July 9 - August 3
Math 1, 2®, 3®
English 9, 10, 11
Earth Science ®, Biology ®, Chemistry ®
Global History 9, 10®, American History ®
Spanish 1,2,3; French 1,2,3;

Mini-courses (3 weeks):

  • Art Studio
  • Business
  • English 12
  • Computers
  • Math 12
  • Health/PE
  • Music
  • Physics
  • Religion/Social Studies
  • Italian 1,2,3

The school reserves the right to cancel any course due to insufficient registration.


Registration

Friday, June 22 from 9:00 A.M. to 12:00 P.M.
Note: Only those students who have failed a course(s) are eligible for summer school.

Registration for Senior Level Courses: May 31st from 9:00 A.M. to 12:00 P.M

Sessions

Seniors: Senior Courses will meet in school 3 hours daily during the weeks of June 6th, June 14th and/or June 20th depending on the course.
Full Year Course Failure Summer Classes: July 9 - August 3
Regents Exams: August 16th and August 17th
Classes meet Monday thru Friday

Requirements
  • Non SFP Students must have written course approval from home school principal or guidance counselor.
  • Driver Ed.: Proof of 16 years of age and written parental permission. (SFP students only)
  • Science: students must have proof of having completed lab work and a Regents Lab Practical grade (Earth Science) if they intend to sit for the August Regents in Science.