Children in kindergarten through ninth grade have the opportunity to learn from Cathedral High School coaches at athletic camps this summer, even if they aren’t a Cathedral student.
Cathedral will offer more than 30 athletic camps, including for baseball, basketball, bowling and football.
“Those camps are led by Cathedral coaches, so it’s a wonderful opportunity for young kids to get a taste of what it’s like to work with a coach who’s won a state championship,” Cathedral High School Director of Marketing Grace Rodecap said.
Cathedral High School also offers 50 enrichment camps, such as LEGO Robotics camp, baby-sitting camps and choir camps.
“We are really proud of how diverse our camps are,” Rodecap said. “Really, we do have a lot that appeals to students who are kindergarten through rising ninth graders.”
Camps run one week at a time with the first camp starting June 7. Most camps are half days, and Rodecap said families often sign children up for two different camps.
“So, a lot of kids stay all day,” Rodecap said. “They could do a football camp in the morning and a pottery camp in the afternoon.”
All indoor camps are operating at 50 percent capacity to reduce the spread of COVID-19. Other safety measures include face masks and extra sanitation,
Registration is open at campcathedral.com. Sports camps range from $85 to $160 per camper and enrichment camps range from $130 to $200.
For more, visit campcathedral.com.