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Summer School 2023

A great set of summer school programs are coming to St. Marcus.
We encourage parents to choose the program that best meets the needs of their family.

Title Summer School:
If your child participates in the Title program during the school year, they will be invited to attend the Title Summer School (fliers coming soon in backpack folders).  The school will focus on math and reading skills and will be taught by our friendly Title teachers.

• Who Can Attend? Students that were enrolled in Title services in the 2022-2023 school year
• Date: June 5 - 23, 2023
• Time: Monday - Thursday, 8:15 am - 12:15 pm
• Location: Hosted at the North Campus
• No meals will be served

Center for Urban Teaching (CfUT) Summer School:
St. Marcus partners with the Center for Urban Teaching to offer summer school.  Students will be offered breakfast & lunch and classes will focus on math and reading skills.  There will be recess and fun activities interwoven into the day.

• Who Can Attend? Summer school is open to ALL St. Marcus students (Main, North and Harambee Campuses) that are enrolled for the 2023-2024 school year in K5-4th grades.
• Dates: July 6, 2023 - Aug 1, 2023
7:30 am – 2:00 pm Mon, Tues, Thurs, and Fri. (Breakfast and Lunch included)
7:30 am – 1:00 pm Wednesdays (Breakfast and Lunch included)
Location: Hosted at the North Campus
Cost: There is no cost to attend summer school; however, students are required to wear a uniform. A uniform consists of the summer school t-shirt and regular uniform bottoms (pants, skirts, etc.), shoes, and socks. A minimum of 1 summer school uniform t-shirt must be purchased for $5.  This is a non-refundable cost.
How to Register: Registration is open and seats are limited. Visit and scroll to St. Marcus, then click “Enroll”.

St. Marcus recognizes the importance of continuous forward motion. Students can lose one to three months of learning during the summer months without an engaging summer program. Therefore, St. Marcus’ has a strategic partnership with The Center for Urban Teaching, a pipeline of high-quality urban education teachers in training. CfUT partners with St. Marcus and other area Milwaukee schools to have teachers in training tailor curricula to each grade’s academic needs, teach lessons at a college-preparatory level and build relationships with students during the summer program. Many of St. Marcus’ teacher candidates come from CfUT.

To learn about St. Marcus' summer school programs, please contact Becky Sappington at or 262-844-4977.