Summer Camps


Sign-up is first come, first served.

If the link doesn’t work, the camp is full!

If you have questions, please contact the teacher in charge of each camp.

Your FACTS account will be drafted prior to the first day of camp. No cash, please. 


Rising K3, K4 and K5 students

July 18 - 21


Led by Tina Oates

Rising K3, K4 and K5 will have the opportunity to learn how to garden and understand God's creation around them. We will focus on God's promises that he always keeps! From creation, the fall, flood, Jesus' birth and His coming again are promises God has and will keep with His people.  

Students will garden, hear guest speakers, like farmers and master gardeners, have snacks from local farms, Bible, arts and crafts. 

Price - $150

Contact information: or 601-506-0111



Click on the camp titles below for information and registration.



Storytime STEAM Camp - July 11th-15th for rising 1st-3rd graders (8:30am-10:00am) $150

Students participating in our Storytime STEAM Camp will begin each day with a favorite book read aloud by Mrs. Brister. Afterwards, students will take part in a related, fun, and engaging STEAM activity that incorporates Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and simple Math. For example, if we read the story, Three Little Pigs, we may do an engineering project in which students construct houses made from different materials to see if theirs can withstand the wolf (Mrs. Brister) trying to blow them down (using a blowdryer). What a great way to challenge our brains and have lots of fun in the process! 


Innovation STEAM Camp - July 11th-15th for rising 3rd-6th graders (10:30am-12:00pm) $150

Innovation STEAM Camp at First Pres. offers boys and girls project-based learning activities emphasizing 21st century skills to include Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Math. This camp will reinforce skills from students’ core subjects as well as allow them to explore more topics that are of interest to children today. We will concentrate on students’ readiness for school with a focus on creativity, innovation, critical thinking, problem-solving, communication, and collaboration. Students will create, evaluate, and effectively utilize information, media, materials, and technology. Engaging students in a deeper understanding of real-world connections will better help prepare them for the fast changing world we live in today. 


Coding Boot Camp - July 11th-15th for rising 3rd-6th graders (1:00pm-2:30pm) $150

From self-driving cars to robot-assisted surgery, computer science is revolutionizing every aspect of our lives. Coding is a fundamental part of it and a skill that children need to learn so that when grown, they can be on the cutting edge of these fields. When kids are introduced to coding, they gain an appreciation of how digital technology works. Digital technology surrounds us every day whether it be through our smartphones, video games, websites, video entertainment, automated machines, or even robots. There is very little one can do in the world today, that we aren't confronted with digital technology. What drives this technology is software or computer programs that are created by coding. Like learning about biology and chemistry, it is important for kids to understand the building blocks of an integral part of their lives. They need to realize that what happens when they use technology is not magic, and they themselves can create programs that can be useful. Knowing what happens under the hood of modern technology is just one of the benefits of learning to code for kids. Many of the other benefits are related to teaching them how to think and develop skills that they will need in the future. WE HAVE NEW ROBOTS IN THE LAB! YOU DO NOT WANT TO MISS THE FUN!!!


Summer Dance Camps 

Click on the camp title above for information and registration on the following two camps.
Disney Dance Camp - July 18th-22nd, ages 6-8 (8:00am-10:00am) $150

Step it Up Dance Camp - July 18th-22nd, ages 9-12 (10:30am-12:30pm) $150

Learn dance techniques and awesome choreography from an award winning competitive dancer, former feature singer/dancer of the nationally renowned Attaché show choir, and FPDS Alum, Anna Grace Brister. Students, ages 6-8, participating in the Disney Dance Camp will be learning a routine to "How Far I'll Go" from Moana. Each student will receive a Hawaiian grass skirt and lei. Students, ages 9-12, participating in the Step it Up Dance Camp will learn a routine to the contemporary Christian hip hop song, "Everything" by Toby Mac. Step it Up students will receive a camp t-shirt.



Back to School, Back to Ball Basketball Fundamentals Clinic

Join FPDS Coaches Jackson, Vandevere and Moss on the court. This two-day camp is designed to teach the basics of the game and instill a love for the game of basketball. Designed for girls and boys of all skill levels, campers will learn the fundamentals of passing, rebounding, shooting, catching and ball-handling in a nurturing Christian environment.

Ages: Rising 1st - 6th 

Date / time: 

Rising 1st - 3rd July 25th - 26th from 8:00am - 11:00am 

Rising 4th - 6th July 25th - 26th from 12:00pm - 3:00pm 

Cost: $50

Bring a snack and water bottle.

Contact info (email):  or  

Sign up link:



Progress in Mathematics camp is an opportunity to give students a first look at our new curriculum. Camp will be from 9:00-10:30 or 12:30-2:00 June 13-17. There are limited spots. Please only sign up if you are sure you can attend camp during these dates. The form says the 13th, but you are signing up for the whole week. The cost is $150. Please do not sign up if your child has been part of the pilot program in their classroom this year. Contact information is found within each sign-up link. 

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Crusader Chronicle Summer Academy

This camp is a summer media camp for FPDS students who are returning or potential newspaper staff and those interested in pursuing careers in journalism. The academy is a 5-day, hands-on summer program where students will learn best practices in interviewing, writing, editing and photography.

Rising 4-6th graders

Class size: Minimum 10 - Maximum 20

Date / time: June 13-17 from 9:00am - 10:30am

Cost: $150

Contact info (email): 

Sign up link: Crusader Chronicle Summer Academy


PSA Workshop
In this camp, students will learn about the power of video and media by participating in the actual production of Public Service Announcements or PSAs. PSAs are short messages that are intended to affect public interest by raising awareness of an issue. Students in the workshop will not only learn how video is used to influence public opinion but cover many aspects of video production, including writing, audio, camerawork, directing and editing. Let your child’s creativity flow with this fun camp!

Rising 4-6th graders

Class size: Minimum 10 - Maximum 15

Date / time: June 13-17 from 11:00am - 12:30pm

Cost: $150

Contact info (email): 

Sign up link: PSA's and the Media: A Digital Filmmaking Experience


June 13th - 17th
Art Camp I - Morning session 8 - 9:30 - Rising 1st - 3rd

Art Camp II - Morning session 10-11:30 - Rising 4th - 6th

Art Camp I - Afternoon session 12 - 1:30 - Rising 1st - 3rd

Art Camp II - Afternoon session 2 - 3:30 - Rising 4th - 6th

Minimum of 10 to make class / Maximum of 20


Questions? contact Mrs. Riles at

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Camp Connect reviews skills in reading, math, and language through fun and interactive activities. The goal is to review skills learned the previous year in preparation for the new school year. Open to any FPDS student rising first through fifth grade. This camp is required for all new students to FPDS. 

Rising 1st-5th grades 

July 25th-28th 

2 sessions 

8:30-11:30 OR 12:30-3:30


Contact: Abby Heavener,


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