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In this workshop, local partners at Backflip will help students tap their creativity to make a video in a format of documentary, motion graphics, or live action.

Teachers will walk them through the stages of film production. We’ll explore how movies are made, what digital technology is based upon, and how it works, and we’ll get to view some cool video to see how the pros do it.

Summer workshops are a fantastic way to engage the mind and keep boredom at bay this summer for any student entering 5-9th grade. Workshop is held 10 AM – 2 PM daily.

REGISTER

Visit www.ambroseacademy.org/workshops for a more detailed description of each workshop and to register.

COST

Attend one Summer Workshop for $200/student or register for BOTH weeks for $350/student!

Get ready to get your hands dirty and become a scientist, farmer, chef, and taster for a week!

We will approach our themes from all sorts of angles, with many hands-on experiments, a visit to a farm, learning about soil and the critters in them, and tracing the path from soil to ice cream. Learn to put skills acquired to the test in the field.

Summer workshops are a fantastic way to engage the mind and keep boredom at bay this summer for any student entering 5-9th grade. Workshop is held 10 AM – 2 PM daily.

REGISTER

Visit www.ambroseacademy.org/workshops for a more detailed description of each workshop and to register.

COST

Attend one Summer Workshop for $200/student or register for BOTH weeks for $350/student!

Join St. Ambrose Academy for a faculty speaker event featuring Ms. Theresa Klinkhammer, SAA religion teacher and Director of Student Ministries. Ms. Klinkhammer will share a talk based on a text that is a part of our senior high religion curriculum and is especially timely for Catholics who want to incorporate their faith more into their daily lives.

Blessed Columba Marmion was a leader of the liturgical renewal in the early 20th century. His book, Christ in His Mysteries, shows how we enter into the mysteries of Christ’s life by living liturgically.

This talk will first delve into Marmion’s thought concerning participation in Christ’s mysteries and then explore this idea through looking at the power of the propers of the Mass, especially those of the Easter season.

After a fun, interactive virtual event last year, we’re thrilled to be back together in person for the 15th Annual Benefit Dinner! Gather a group and join us for a night of community and celebrate the continued growth of our school community as we raise support to advance the mission of St. Ambrose Academy.

Info and registration can be found at this link. $75/person, $250/group of four, $600/table of ten.

RSVPs due December 3. (This event is a great way to invite prospective parents to get a glimpse of the community, so don’t be shy!)

Spiritual Bouquet for Bishop Hying! If you cannot attend, you’re still encouraged to contribute prayers for Bishop Hying! Each year our community offers prayers in support of our shepherd, as we unite our work to the work of the Diocese and Holy Mother Church. Email Carolyn the number and type of prayer (Rosaries, Masses, Chaplets of Divine Mercy, days of fasting, etc…) to be included.

Volunteers Needed! In-person events also mean in person help is needed to welcome all our guests and create a memorable event for them! Check the Sign-Up Genius to sign up to help before, during, or after the fun.

Get to know the Ambrose Advantage! Join St. Ambrose faculty and students on a Breakfast Tour that will introduce you to the core values of our school, see our curriculum in action in the classroom, and get your questions answered.

  • 8:30 – 9:00AM:  Light Breakfast & Faculty/Student Presentations
  • 9:00 – 9:45 AM:  Tour Facility and Observe Classical Classrooms in Action
  • 9:45 – 10:00 AM:  Question/Answers Period with St. Ambrose Academy Faculty and Parents

Email Director of Enrollment Angela Hineline with questions or to RSVP!