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Summer at Bishop's

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The mission of the Bishop’s summer program is to advance the work of current students, assist the transition of new students into our community, and attract prospective students to the School.

Upper School/Middle School Academic Sessions

Session I: June 6 - 24 (June 20th -- no classes)
8 a.m. - noon; 12:30 - 4:30 p.m.

Session II: June 27 - July 15 (July 4 -- no classes)
8 a.m. – noon; 12:30 - 4:30 p.m.

Middle/Elementary School Enrichment Sessions

Session A: June 21 - July 1 
Session B: July 5 - July 15

Athletic Camps

Basketball (Rising Grades 3-9): June 21 - 24
9 a.m. - noon

Football (Rising Grades 4-8): June 27 - July 1
8:45 - 11:45 a.m.

Beginner & Intermediate/Advanced Volleyball (Rising Grades 3-10): July 25 - 28
9 - 11 a.m.

Advanced Volleyball (Rising Grades 8-12): July 25 - 28
3 - 6 p.m.

Bishop's Summer Session

Session I offers for-credit classes such as World Religions (rising eighth-grader), Health and Introduction to Biblical Literature in both morning and afternoon. We will also offer elective courses for the Religion and Ethics graduation requirement.  In addition, there will be writing opportunities, visual arts, and more!

In Session II, World Religions, Middle School Math 1 and 2, Middle School Writing, Health and Introduction to Biblical Literature will be offered.

Session II will also offer a number of other upper school courses, including writing opportunities, Literature and Writing Workshop, Math 3 and 4 Prep.

Open to all students entering grades 4-8, enrichment classes for younger students are also available and quite popular. These on-campus courses allow students  to express themselves creatively. Classes are offered in one-and-a-half-hour periods and students may enroll in up to four classes a day for the two-week session. These can be combined with summer athletic camps held on campus as well.

Schedules at a Glance

Internships for Bishop's Students

Current Bishop's students can explore summer internship opportunities and programs in STEM, the arts and the humanities around San Diego and nationally. Families can access experiences by logging in to the Student Information resource board. Summer programs and internships are updated annually.

General Information

Contact Us

Ben Duehr

Director of Summer Programs, Science Faculty