Sign Up for SOAR Summer Camp Today! 

SOAR Camp is open to the public.  Junior camp is available for preschoolers age three (by June 1) through age five. Senior camp is available for children who have completed kindergarten through sixth grade.  The camp is divided into six "themed" weeks and will be open from June 12 through July 21, 2017.  Camp runs Monday through Friday, from 8:30 a.m. until 3:30 p.m.  Early Bird and Aftercare are available for an additional charge. 

Complete details are available in the 2017 Camp Brochure.  Click here to review and print out  the Registration Form and Camper Emergency Form.  

8th Grade Graduates from 2003 - 2007

(Graduating year from SRCS in parentheses.)

Kevin M. Carbonell (2003) 

Kevin was a 2007 graduate from Saint Andrew's School. He graduated Summa Cum Laude from the University of Florida in 2011, majoring in Biology and Classical History.  Kevin distinguished himself by his membership in the Phi Beta Kappa Honor Society and by receiving the Anderson Scholar Award of Highest Distinction.  He is on track to graduate in 2015 from the Nova Southeastern University College of Dental Medicine with a Doctorate of Dental Medicine.

 

Dean Metropulos (2003)

After leading the graduating class last year and being named the University of Florida's four-year Distinctive Scholar with Summa Cum Laude status, Dean was hired by the Department of Defense in Washington, D.C. and will receive his Master's Degree in Intelligence Engineering this year as a student of the D.C. Intelligence Engineering University.

Lucas Metropulos (2007) 

As a recent graduate of Duke University Lucas continues to embrace his educational experience and his dedication and commitment towards improving our world and positively impacting lives. He majored in Public Policy with a minor in History and a certification in Marine Conservation and Leadership with plans to pursue a degree in law. Lucas's passion for life, his caring of others and his ongoing humanitarian efforts to make a difference in this world earned him the 2013 Top 10 Most Outstanding Youth in America by the U.S. Jaycees.  He founded, directed and became President of Fishing for Families in Need (FFN) at the age of 15 which has raised over $70,000, taught over 450 impoverished children in 3 cities and 2 countries to be ethical anglers and has provided over 850 meals of fresh fish to area soup kitchens. This summer FFN will continue to educate, enrich and enhance lives of economically disadvantaged children in the Bahamas and in Miami by providing tools, hands on education and trips at sea.