School Life

After School and Summer Programs at SES

Join us as we set sail on many wonderful, new adventures this year! We are excited to announce that our after-school and summer programs (formerly known as Beyond the Bell and External Studies programs) are taking on a new name: Jolly Roger Adventures!

With the new name comes new leadership as well: Morgan Smith '07 has been an integral part of our external studies programs, bringing great energy and new ideas. Now she is bringing that enthusiasm to all of our summer and after-school programs as our new Director of Auxiliary Programs. We are thrilled to have Morgan in this new role at Saint Edward's School!

Whether you are joining us for the first time, or are a family who has experienced many of our afterschool and summer programs before, we are excited to have you!

  • Summer Camp Programs Catalog 2021
    Our summer camps offer boys and girls of all ages a chance to grow and thrive outside traditional classrooms. Jolly Roger Adventures at Saint Edward’s School in beautiful Vero Beach, Florida provides opportunities for campers to have fun, learn and be challenged.
Our after-school and summer programs are uniquely planned to manage the various challenges that COVID-19 has presented. Many of our programs can instantly pivot to a digital format, so we will be ready for whatever the future brings. And, if you are currently learning from home, you can attend select sessions virtually. Have fun exploring, and we look forward to seeing you soon!

If you have any questions, please contact msmith@steds.org

After School at SES

Enrolling your child in a Jolly Roger Adventures program after school enables you to enrich your child’s education and expand their world.  Our after-school programs offered each fall and spring semester at the end of the school day and on some weekends. We offer a wide range of academic, athletic, recreational and artistic disciplines. Many of our after-school programs are taught by Saint Edward’s teachers and coaches.  We even have several professional instructors from the community that come to Saint Edward’s to share their talents with our students. Jolly Roger Adventures after-school programs have something for everyone!

Get to Know Jolly Roger Adventures

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    Mrs. Morgan Smith 07

    Director of Auxiliary Programs
    (772) 492-2106
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    My Spanish Club (Thursday)

    This class is designed to give your pre-kindergartner and junior kindergartner reinforcement of their weekly learning in the classroom. The goals include helping students develop an ear for the language and building a foundation of very high-frequency words and phrases. Students will learn to communicate and perform simple tasks through the use of music, storytelling, flashcards, books and more.

    Abracadabra!

    Hocus Pocus, you're the focus as you amaze and astound your friends with some awesome science magic! Master the art of illusion and discover the scientific secrets behind these tricks. Use your newfound skills to make an egg sing or float on command, create invisible ink, make water disappear, and shock your family and friends when you cut a hole in a piece of copy paper big enough to walk through!
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    Youth Sailing

    Each school squadron learns to sail while enjoying the beautiful Indian River Lagoon and getting hands-on experience applying science, math and environmental concepts. The program is taught by professional sailing instructors and uses elements of the US Sailing STEM Education Initiative curriculum. The 10 weekly sessions take place at Saint Edward's School, which provides indoor and outdoor classroom space, all necessary boats and equipment and waterfront access.

    Virtual Lil' Picassos

    This class will be taught virtually by local artist Teri Barrett of Artworks by Teri. Students will receive custom art bags that include canvases, paints, and brushes. Students can create all week long and spend 45 minutes each Monday on Zoom with Ms. Teri and friends for fun, painting, creating, and sharing!
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    Olympic Games

    WAC - Wachter Activities Center - SES Campus

    My Spanish Club(Tuesday)

    This class is designed to give your pre-kindergartner and junior kindergartner reinforcement of their weekly learning in the classroom. The goals include helping students develop an ear for the language and building a foundation of very high-frequency words and phrases. Students will learn to communicate and perform simple tasks through the use of music, storytelling, flashcards, books, and more.
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    Nifty Knitting

    In our spring knitting class, young knitters will learn the basics for their first project, some knitting trivia, and how to make a bunny, just in time for spring! All participants will receive their own knitting kits, ensuring that they will have what they need for this lifelong skill. Knitting helps kids learn math, spatial awareness, and mindfulness. It also boosts their creativity and confidence!
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    My Spanish Club (Thursday)

    This class is designed to give your pre-kindergartner and junior kindergartner reinforcement of their weekly learning in the classroom. The goals include helping students develop an ear for the language and building a foundation of very high-frequency words and phrases. Students will learn to communicate and perform simple tasks through the use of music, storytelling, flashcards, books and more.

    Wearable Electronics

    Abracadabra!

    Hocus Pocus, you're the focus as you amaze and astound your friends with some awesome science magic! Master the art of illusion and discover the scientific secrets behind these tricks. Use your newfound skills to make an egg sing or float on command, create invisible ink, make water disappear, and shock your family and friends when you cut a hole in a piece of copy paper big enough to walk through!
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    Youth Sailing

    Each school squadron learns to sail while enjoying the beautiful Indian River Lagoon and getting hands-on experience applying science, math and environmental concepts. The program is taught by professional sailing instructors and uses elements of the US Sailing STEM Education Initiative curriculum. The 10 weekly sessions take place at Saint Edward's School, which provides indoor and outdoor classroom space, all necessary boats and equipment and waterfront access.

    Virtual Lil' Picassos

    This class will be taught virtually by local artist Teri Barrett of Artworks by Teri. Students will receive custom art bags that include canvases, paints, and brushes. Students can create all week long and spend 45 minutes each Monday on Zoom with Ms. Teri and friends for fun, painting, creating, and sharing!
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    Olympic Games

    WAC - Wachter Activities Center - SES Campus

    My Spanish Club(Tuesday)

    This class is designed to give your pre-kindergartner and junior kindergartner reinforcement of their weekly learning in the classroom. The goals include helping students develop an ear for the language and building a foundation of very high-frequency words and phrases. Students will learn to communicate and perform simple tasks through the use of music, storytelling, flashcards, books, and more.
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    My Spanish Club (Thursday)

    This class is designed to give your pre-kindergartner and junior kindergartner reinforcement of their weekly learning in the classroom. The goals include helping students develop an ear for the language and building a foundation of very high-frequency words and phrases. Students will learn to communicate and perform simple tasks through the use of music, storytelling, flashcards, books and more.

    Wearable Electronics

    Abracadabra!

    Hocus Pocus, you're the focus as you amaze and astound your friends with some awesome science magic! Master the art of illusion and discover the scientific secrets behind these tricks. Use your newfound skills to make an egg sing or float on command, create invisible ink, make water disappear, and shock your family and friends when you cut a hole in a piece of copy paper big enough to walk through!
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    Youth Sailing

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    Olympic Games

    WAC - Wachter Activities Center - SES Campus

    My Spanish Club(Tuesday)

    This class is designed to give your pre-kindergartner and junior kindergartner reinforcement of their weekly learning in the classroom. The goals include helping students develop an ear for the language and building a foundation of very high-frequency words and phrases. Students will learn to communicate and perform simple tasks through the use of music, storytelling, flashcards, books, and more.
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    My Spanish Club (Thursday)

    This class is designed to give your pre-kindergartner and junior kindergartner reinforcement of their weekly learning in the classroom. The goals include helping students develop an ear for the language and building a foundation of very high-frequency words and phrases. Students will learn to communicate and perform simple tasks through the use of music, storytelling, flashcards, books and more.

    Wearable Electronics

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    Youth Sailing

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    Olympic Games

    WAC - Wachter Activities Center - SES Campus

    My Spanish Club(Tuesday)

    This class is designed to give your pre-kindergartner and junior kindergartner reinforcement of their weekly learning in the classroom. The goals include helping students develop an ear for the language and building a foundation of very high-frequency words and phrases. Students will learn to communicate and perform simple tasks through the use of music, storytelling, flashcards, books, and more.
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    My Spanish Club (Thursday)

    This class is designed to give your pre-kindergartner and junior kindergartner reinforcement of their weekly learning in the classroom. The goals include helping students develop an ear for the language and building a foundation of very high-frequency words and phrases. Students will learn to communicate and perform simple tasks through the use of music, storytelling, flashcards, books and more.

    Wearable Electronics

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