Student athletes in grades 1-9 will gain valuable skills and practice time in our exciting and affordable summer athletic and academic camps taught by varsity coaches, faculty, and players.
Summer Camp Dates and Pricing
|Art||4-8||July 10,17,24,31||12:30–2:30p||$60/70||June 30|
|Beginner Band||5-8||July 31-Aug 4||1:00-3:00p||$50/60||June 30|
|Computer Science||3-5||July 10–14||9:00–11:00a||$50/60||June 30|
|Computer Science||6-8||July 10–14||1:00–4:00p||$60/70||June 30|
|Language & Culture||5-8||June 19–23||9:00a–12:00p||$60/70||April 30|
|Science||5-8||July 17–20||9:00a–11:30p||$60/70||June 30|
|Boys Basketball||4–6||June 19–22||8:30–11:30a||$75/90||May 31|
|Boys Basketball||7–9||June 19–22||12:30–3:30p||$75/90||May 31|
|Girls Basketball||5–9||June 12–16||8:45a–3:00p||$150/$175||May 31|
|Bowling||4–12||July 24–28||1:00–4:00p||$65/75||June 30|
|Football||6-9||August 7–11||9:00a–12:00p||$65/75||June 30|
|Soccer||5–9||July 31–Aug 4||9:00a–12:00p||$60/70||June 30|
|Volleyball||6–9||July 24–27||9:00a–12:00p||$60/70||June 30|
|1–9||June 26–30||9:00a–12:00p||$50/60||May 31|
Explore a variety of artistic media and methods, including drawing, painting, printmaking, and sculpture. Create your own works of art under the direction of SCL art instructor Lucas Boehm and top student artists. Weather permitting, the outdoors will serve as creative inspiration.
Build a love for the game and develop sound fundamental skills and team play. Each day includes instructional stations, individual skill contests, and team competition. Campers should bring a great attitude. Grades 4-6 boys may be dropped off as early as 8:00 a.m. Girls may be dropped off as early as 8:15 a.m. Girls should bring a lunch. Girls basketball camp will finish at 12:00 p.m. on Friday.
Dave Mielke (Girls Coach)
Jay Wendland (Boys Coach)
Become a computer superhero by understanding the “whys” and “hows” of the technology you use every day! Campers will learn to think like programmers in this hands-on five-day camp that teaches computing beyond video games. Grades 3-5 will program a robot while learning basic programming logic and sequencing. Grades 6-8 will design basic games using more advanced logic.
Learning a new language is fun, but how do you decide which one? Language and culture camp gives students a taste of SCL’s global community by sampling four world languages - Latin, Mandarin, Spanish, and German. The last day of camp will include an activity that brings all of the languages and their cultures together for a day of fun! A minimum of 10 campers is required to have the camp or refunds will be issued.
SCL’s co-ed soccer camp will improve your fundamental skills in a relaxed, yet enthusiastic and competitive environment. Arrive early and be dressed for physical activity. Proper athletic shoes, socks, shorts, etc., should be worn. Shin pads are mandatory. We ask that participants bring their own water each day also. Registration is limited to 80 campers and includes individual instruction, a soccer ball, t-shirt, and awards.
David Huebner (Girls Coach)
Chris Maki (Boys Coach)
Serve, bump, set, spike, and block! Come and learn from three-time section 4AA coach of the year Rachel Grev and varsity players at the SCL volleyball camp! Each day includes instructional stations, individual skill contests, and team competition. Campers will also play games of 6-on-6. To maintain a strong and safe learning environment, the camp will be limited to the first 80 registered and paid. Registration fees include instruction, prizes, awards, and a camp t-shirt. Campers must bring shoes, socks, shirt, shorts, knee pads, and a water bottle for break times. Please report any illnesses or injuries to the staff prior to the start of camp.