La Lumiere School continues to offer enriching academic courses and athletic camps this summer to La Lumiere students and students in surrounding communities.
Academic opportunities include courses in health, root camp, and writing camp for La Lumiere students, and economics, geometry, and government that are open to all. Athletic opportunities are open to all and include: Basketball Camp, coached by La Lumiere Head Boys Basketball Coach Shane Heirman; World Cup Soccer Day Camp, coached by U.S. Soccer Federation and National Academy advanced licensed coach Jim Tallman; and Lacrosse Camp, coached by La Lumiere Athletic Director and Head Lacrosse Coach Sean Murphy. Visit www.lalumiere.org/summer for more information about all of these programs.
The School will also host Camp Invention® again this year for all students entering grades 1 through 6. Camp Invention® is the only nationally recognized, non-profit elementary enrichment program backed by the National Inventors Hall of Fame. This program is dedicated to providing a quality experience for children in the academic disciplines of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM). Visit www.campinvention.org for more information about Camp Invention® and to register your child online. Or visit www.lalumiere.org/summer and click on “Camp Invention” in the left navigation bar to also register. Deadline for registration is Sunday, July 12, 2015.
About La Lumiere School
La Lumiere School is a premier college preparatory boarding and day school located on a spectacular 190-acre campus 25 miles west of South Bend, eight miles from La Porte, seven miles from New Buffalo, and about one hour southeast of Chicago. Academic excellence characterizes the entire curriculum and helps to prepare its students to attend some of the best colleges in the country including Stanford University, Northwestern University, Rhode Island School of Design, University of Notre Dame, Wake Forest University, Middlebury College, Georgetown University, Cornell University, Colgate University, University of Michigan, and the University of Chicago. La Lumiere School is accredited by the Independent Schools Association of the Central States (ISACS) and the North Central Association Commission on Accreditation and School Improvement (NCA). Additional information about La Lumiere School can be found at lalumiere.org.