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Summer Program: 

Join us for an exciting and enriching summer at Saint Brigid! 


Our engaging activities and skilled educators promise a memorable experience for your child, fostering both learning and fun. Scroll down for details. 


Contact us at (415) 673-4523 or email

Location - 2250 Franklin Street

(Between Pacific & Broadway)

Dates - July 8 to August 2, 2024

Time - 9 AM to 3 PM

(half day and extension care available)

Summer Offerings 


Morning Selection (choice of two electives):


LITERACY: Small whole group instruction emphasizing the Orton-Gillingham (Wilson Reading System) approach. This will be an intensive writing, comprehension, multi-sensory, and phonemic awareness curriculum to provide remediation and/or strengthen your child's ELA skills. 

MATH: Small whole group instruction with an emphasis on multi-sensory, applicable math curriculum.  Students will learn fundamental math skills with games, puzzles, and projects while making math fun. 

Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Math (STEAM): Students will participate in collaborative activities that encourage problem-solving, building, and real-world applications. Students will bring home one project per week. This program will encourage creativity and boost their curiosity! 

SPANISH: Teaching students to read and speak Spanish with a native Spanish speaker and educator for over 20 years.  Students will learn basic vocabulary and grammar, and become more proficient in their language studies.  The curriculum will include book studies as well as games and play. 

Afternoon Selection (choice of one elective):


SPORTS: Students will play a variety of sports from basketball and volleyball to flag football and kickball, among other activities, working on gross motor skills and teamwork. 

DRAMA: Students will work on a small performance each week while learning acting, posture, expression, movement, collaboration, and public speaking skills, and growing their confidence. The student will also have an opportunity to build props and a small set. Those students who engage in all four weeks will have a larger cumulative performance. 

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