Rising 3rd-5th Grade
Bringing the Magic of Broadway to East Tennessee
June 15-26; 1PM-4PM at Sacred Heart Cathedral School
Sacred Heart Cathedral School offers a variety of fun and educational summer camps for SHCS students and our friends in the community. For more information or to download registration forms visit www.sacredheartsports.org
For Your Information ...
Drop off registration at the SHCS office.
Register at least 2 weeks prior to the start date of your camp to reserve a camp t-shirt.
Camp fees increase by $10 for same day registration.
Campers must pack a lunch for all day sessions.
Plan on arriving 15-30 minutes early on the first day of camp so that registration can be completed and campers can find their group.
Young Folks at SHCS offers full or part time plans in the summer from 7:30AM-6PM. For more information please contact Jim Manning 865-584-8882.
Sacred Heart Cathedral School
Sacred Heart Cathedral School offers a rigorous and diverse academic curriculum, complimented by an exceptional co-curriculum of fine arts, technology, athletics and campus ministry to 700 preschool, elementary and middle school students. It is a ministry of the Cathedral of the Sacred Heart of Jesus, a diverse parish of over 1,500 families located in Knoxville, Tennessee, near the University of Tennessee and the Smoky Mountains.
Spend Your Summer Soaring!
Camp Instructor: Jessica Magers-Rankin
At Sacred Heart Cathedral School, Jessica splits her time between as the Fine Arts Department Drama Teacher and as Communications Associate working with the Admissions and Development Office and Parish Communications.
She recently directed All My Sons as part of the Church Street UMC Master Arts Series, Tic Toc, by local playwright, Gayle Green for the Tennessee Stage Company's New Play Festival and serves as a Teaching Artist with Erin Presbyterian Church's Creative Expression Ministry and the Oak Ridge Playhouse Jr. Playhouse Summer Academy. Jess is the Artistic Director of the Knoxville Theatre Workshop, a newly formed arts education and advocacy organization committed to educating and empowering artists in their creative development and to fostering community engagement in the arts.
As an actor, East Tennessee audiences may have most recently seen Jessica as Joy in Rogers & Hammerstein's Cinderella (Oak Ridge Playhouse). Other local credits include, Tracy Turnblad in Hairspray! (Oak Ridge Playhouse), as Cathy in The Last Five Years(Caritas Players), as Sister Amnesia in Nunset Boulevard (Tennessee Valley Players), and as Miss Hannigan in (Annie) at the Oak Ridge Playhouse. Other favorite roles from her days in the San Francisco Bay Area include Judy/Ginger in Ruthless (Shellie Award Winner), Oolie/Donna in City of Angels, and Calliope in Rogers & Hammerstein’s Cinderella.