Camp St. John's Northwestern offers four one-week summer camp sessions for young men ages 11-16. These high-energy camps are designed to promote leadership, self-confidence, teamwork and physical endurance while having fun! Each camp session will include popular activities such as paintball, rappelling/rock climbing, "THE MUD PIT" and archery to name a few. Each camp session will include activities such as new forensic lab at Discovery World and hands-on projects with Kohl's Design It! Lab. Join us for one or all of our camps--they will provide an unforgettable experience for memories that will last a lifetime!
Accredited by the American Camping Association, the mission of Camp St. John's Northwestern is to motivate campers to understand their potential through a structured program that combines military adventure skills training. Have fun developing:
St. John's Northwestern provides the structure and facilities for our boarding and day camp programs. Our dedicated camp staff is comprised of Academy faculty, staff and cadets. They work together to make summer camp a safe, enjoyable and rewarding experience while teaching your son respect, self-discipline and responsibility.
For questions or to register, call Enrollment Services at (800) 752-2338 or complete a contact form.
Camp Director Carl Lloyd is deputy commandant at SJNMA and has over 19 years of service in the private military school system. He has coached drill teams at each of his former schools and started summer programs at two other military schools.
Give the Gift of Camp
Camp St. John's Northwestern is an experience every young man will remember for years. There's nothing quite like hearing your young man as he describes with pride the great experiences he had and the new friends he made. Gift certificates are available for our summer adventure camps. Payment options are available for those who wish to plan their summer activities early. For details, contact Judy Rutherford in the Enrollment Office at (262) 646-7297, (800) 752-2338 or email@example.com.