Student Life

Summer Programs

LEARN * PLAY * BUILD * MOVE * GROW * EAT
Offering a wide variety of activities for boys entering Grades K–12, Memphis University School is a great place for boys in the summer.

*New* Learn Like an Owl
Want to know what it’s like to be an MUS Owl? Get a jump start on the academic experience with our Learn Like an Owl courses July 6-24. Promoting a fun and exciting taste of scholastic fitness for students interested in joining the MUS family, these “introductory” math and English courses cover subjects offered during the regular academic year. They are perfect for rising fifth- and sixth-grade boys.

*New* Day Camp Experience
July 6-17 we will offer Camp U, full-day and half-day camps for boys in first through seventh grade, including STEM, sports, art, and makerspace adventures. We'll keep you moving, indoors and out, as you explore, learn, and play.

Prep-for-Success and Summer Review Courses
Have a favorite subject you want to pursue more deeply? Want to get a jump start on next year? Need help completing your summer reading assignment? Our summer academic offerings will boost your brain power. These courses will be offered online in June and on campus in July.

Sports Camps
Sports are a great way to learn teamwork, gain confidence, and improve athleticism. In these popular baseball, basketball, lacrosse, and soccer camps in the month of July, you will develop athletic skills and enhance your overall physical fitness.

Mid-South Chess Camp is CANCELED
The Mid-South Chess camp (originally scheduled for June 7-12 with the final tournament June 13) has been canceled.

*** See an updated list of camps and classes HERE. ***

Registration for Summer Programs is managed by Active Works Camp & Class Manager. 
All summer programs will be listed by the grade the student will enter this fall. You will need an account to register.

Create an account, log in, and explore camp offerings here:
NOTE: The health and safety of our boys, their families, and our faculty and staff are always a top priority. We will move forward with summer programs as it is safe to do so, incorporating recommended protocols and safeguards for the protection of all.

If we delay the start of any programs, we will inform our community. Academic programs will be offered as online learning opportunities, should protocols prohibit on-campus learning.

If any summer programs are canceled, registrants wll receive a full refund.

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