Student Life

Co-Curricular Programs

Risk-Taking Encouraged

Students in Grades 1 – 5 have the opportunity to participate in a robust after-school co-curricular program, focused on nurturing and development of the whole child.  Arts, Academics, Athletics, Clubs and Service programming runs for 6–8 weeks and is offered after school, usually 3:30-4:30 p.m., once per week.

Participation in the co-curricular program is an integral part of student life throughout the year and students are expected to participate regularly. Meaningful participation helps our students improve their life balance, take risks, have fun, and grow socially and personally.


Co-curricular Activities

  • Arts and Crafts
  • Games Club
  • Lego Robotics
  • Eco Club
  • Mandarin
  • Kids' Lit Quiz Club
  • Ballet
  • Karate Club

Outdoor Experiential Education

As part of the School’s after-school care program, we offer Outdoor Experiential Education, daily from 3:30 – 4:30 p.m., for students in JK – Grade 4.  

Each week the program offers supervised, themed, outdoor activities including opportunities for students to plan their own adventure. The program utilizes the School’s expansive campus and connects students to their natural environment. There is no additional fee associated with Outdoor Experiential Education. 

Students will learn about an array of subject matters, including plant and animal species that live on our campus, the pond's ecosystem, meteorology, archeology and more!


Join us at Camp Kilmarnock Summer 2020!

Each summer, SJK's Camp Kilmarnock takes over the campus. Students from Junior Kindergarten through Grade 5 delve into subjects such as wilderness exploration, the arts, and STEM.

Learn more about the offerings by downloading the information package here and click here to register!

Camp Kilmarnock's Summer Session is open to the public and is $235.00 per child per week.

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  • Arts & Drama

    This program gives campers an opportunity to explore many different forms of art. Through visual art, drama, music and dance, campers will be creative all week long. There will be active games mixed in that provide physical engagement and on Friday artwork will be displayed for parents to see. This program has a 1:10 ratio. 
  • Junior Adventurers

    This program is for the youngest campers, those who completed Junior and Senior Kindergarten this past year. Activities will include cooperative and hands on learning, imaginative play, exploring the outdoors and creating various forms of art. This program has lots of physical activity as well as games that are played with campers in other programs. Due to the age of the campers there will be a 1:7 ratio.
  • Multi-Sport

    During this program, campers will get to try multiple sports from broomball to ultimate frisbee. There will be games and drills designed to build introductory skills, as well as pick up games. Campers will also get to learn rules to popular sports and try out being the referee. This program has a 1:10 ratio.
  • STEAM

    Campers will participate in hands on, engaging activities that focus on Science, Technology, Engineering and Math. From experimental and design based inquiry to self-lead problem solving, this week will be about discovery and having a lot of fun. This program has a ratio of 1:10.
  • Wilderness Explorers

    This program will take campers outdoors and explore the various ecosystems on campus. With hands on activities, campers will learn about the environment, how to take care of themselves in nature and how to care for nature itself. As this program is spent primarily outdoors, please send your camper with appropriate clothing and protection from the sun. This program has a 1:10 ratio for staff to campers.