St. Bonaventure Catholic School, located in Huntington Beach, recently completed its first five-week K-8 summer program with the great enthusiasm of all participants. Throughout the session students were able to experience engaging activities presented by the school’s highly qualified credentialed teachers. This allowed for active learning, while genuinely promoting fun for students and teachers alike.  

Some of the activities included STEM, drama, installation art, fairytales, movie making, Shakespearean literature, and Bible heroes.  

The goal of any teacher is for a student to want to learn, and that is exactly what happened on campus this summer. Another major asset to the program was the extended day camp, a before- and after-Academy care program in which the students continued their learning and fun.  

The summer program was attended by St. Bonaventure’s students, parishioners and children from the surrounding communities.  

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