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Carmel Catholic High School is a private college preparatory and secondary school for young men and women in grades 9 through 12. Carmel Catholic provides a quality Catholic education and is committed to meeting the academic, physical, social and spiritual needs of the students it serves. At the core of Carmel Catholic are an abiding commitment to community service and a deep respect for all people.

Carmel Catholic is jointly sponsored by the Sisters of Charity of the Blessed Virgin Mary (BVM) and the Order of Carmelites (O.Carm.). In 1960, the Archdiocese of Chicago invited these two religious communities to build a co-institutional Catholic high school in Lake County.



For more than 50 years...

Carmel Catholic High School has continued a rich tradition of academic excellence. As a Catholic college preparatory school, we strive to provide every opportunity for our students to succeed, allowing them to become reflective, grateful, and responsible individuals. Our 16,000+ alumni continue to lead lives of faith and service well beyond their high school years.


Four-Time Blue Ribbon School

Carmel Catholic High School is one of two schools in the state and less than 10 schools nationwide to receive the prestigious Blue Ribbon School award by the U.S. Department of Education FOUR times! 

Curriculum Guide

View our 2017-2018 curriculum guide to see what Carmel Catholic High School has to offer!


We Support the Arts

During the summer of 2013, Carmel Catholic completed a new 33,000 square foot Fine and Performing Arts Center. This innovative center features classrooms and practice rooms for instrumental and choral students, a dance studio, a black box theater, visual arts studios, an art gallery, a darkroom, and a Mac computer lab.

Express Yourself

Carmel Catholic’s outstanding Fine and Performing Arts curriculum allows students to gain a broad understanding and appreciation of the arts. There are diverse opportunities to excel in vocal, instrumental, performing, and visual arts.  


Go Corsairs!

More than 85% of Carmel Catholic students participate in interscholastic sports and intramural play. We offer 12 boys' sports and 12 girls' sports. Scholarship offers from some of the nation's finest colleges and universities have been made to our students in nearly every sport.

EFT Sports Performance

Do you want to be a better version of your current self? CCHS has partnered with EFT Sports Performance to offer personalized training opportunities. Click here to learn more.


 

Beyond the Classroom

Carmel Catholic offers many opportunities to get involved, including service opportunities, clubs, dances, fundraisers, and other social events.

By participating in extracurricular activities, students develop skills such as leadership, working with others, responsibility, and self-discipline. The school strongly encourages all students to become involved in at least one extracurricular activity; most students participate in several. 

Carmel Catholic believes that the spiritual growth students experience through ministry to others will lead to a lifetime commitment to service. All students participate in the school’s Christian Service Program, which requires each student to perform 20 hours of services to the community each semester.


We Are Grateful

Carmel Catholic is most grateful to its many generous donors. Charitable donations may be restricted to a specific area of interest, may be unrestricted or may be planned to accommodate a donor's unique tax situation. All donations are tax deductible to the extent allowed by law. Carmel Catholic's Director of Institutional Advancement is available to discuss these options at any time.

Carmel Summer 2017


Carmel Summer 2017

This summer, Carmel Catholic High School is offering...

  • academic credit courses for students in grades 9-12.
  • enrichment camps for students in grades 1-12.
  • athletic camps for students in grades K-12.

INFORMATION APPLICABLE TO ALL ACADEMIC CREDIT COURSES AND ENRICHMENT CAMPS

Registration

Registration will remain open until the start of the course/camp or until the course/camp reaches maximum capacity. Registration will be accepted on a first come, first served basis. Some courses and camps will fill up quickly, so register early! If you have questions regarding registration or need assistance, please contact Mrs. Sue Gille, registrar, at sgille@carmelhs.org

Refund Policy
  • If you register for a course or camp and you are unable to attend, you must notify Mr. David Pazely, summer school coordinator, at 847-388-3455 or dpazely@carmelhs.org prior to May 5 in order to receive a complete refund for the course or camp. If you notify the summer school coordinator after May 5, there will be no refund.
  • If you are dropped from a course or camp because of attendance or discipline issues, there will be no refund.
  • If Carmel Catholic cancels a course or camp for any reason, tuition/fee will be refunded in full.
Dress Code

Casual dress is permitted for summer courses and camps. Modesty and good taste are required.

INFORMATION APPLICABLE TO ACADEMIC CREDIT COURSES ONLY 

Exciting Additions This Year
  • Register for an academic credit course for the opportunity to have STUDY HALL during the 2017-18 school year. 
  • Save $50 on an academic credit course, if you register before May 5.
  • If you register for Health and PE at the same time, the total price will be $900.
Attendance Policy

Attendance is extremely important in all credit courses. Students are expected to be present for every day of class. If there is a legitimate illness and a student must miss one day, the family must notify Mr. David Pazely, summer school coordinator, at 847-388-3455 or dpazely@carmelhs.org on the morning of the illness date. If a student misses more than one day for any reason, s/he will be dismissed from the class without a refund or credit. Chronic tardiness (time in minutes) will be deducted from the one absent day allowed.

Grade Information

Grades in the academic credit courses will be emailed to the primary parent's/guardian's email address at the end of July.

Supplies

Starting on the first day of class, students should be prepared to take organized notes either in a notebook or on a tablet/computer. Students should have a pen, pencil, and folder with loose-leaf paper with them every day. Other necessary supplies are listed within the course descriptions.

ACADEMIC CREDIT COURSE LISTING

Algebra I H

Grade: entering 9 in fall 2017
Date As early as June 5; as late as June 19; course ends July 28
Time Office hours M-TH, 9 a.m. - 1 p.m. Cost $850 for CCHS students; $1,000 for non-CCHS students
Min 10 students Credit:  1.0 Instructor Mrs. Emily Solarz  

This course is designed to be taken primarily online and will be completed as an Independent Study. Students taking this course must be self-driven, focused, organized, and dedicated. Students will initially meet with the instructor to coordinate the procedures of the class, but they will be largely responsible for their learning. The learning platform will be Edmodo, with links to YouTube videos. Students will have to take up to 15 supervised tests at Carmel Catholic in order to receive credit for the class. Online help will be available on a nightly basis, with face-to-face meetings available Monday through Thursday to answer challenging questions and to complete the supervised tests. This class can be taken in order to place directly into Algebra II Honors.

Algebra II H

Grades: entering 10 or 11 in fall 2017
Date As early as June 5; as late as June 19; course ends July 28
Time Office hours M-TH, 9 a.m. - 1 p.m. Cost $850 for CCHS students; $1,000 for non-CCHS students
Min 10 students Credit:  1.0 Instructor Mrs. Emily Solarz 

This course is designed to be taken primarily online and will be completed as an Independent Study. Students taking this course must be self-driven, focused, organized, and dedicated. Students will initially meet with the instructor to coordinate the procedures of the class, but they will be largely responsible for their learning. The learning platform will be Edmodo, with links to YouTube videos. Students will have to take up to 15 supervised tests at Carmel Catholic in order to receive credit for the class. Online help will be available on a nightly basis, with face-to-face meetings available Monday through Thursday to answer challenging questions and to complete the supervised tests. This class can be taken in order to place directly into Pre-Calculus.

Authentic Visual Arts Applications

Grades: entering 10-12 in fall 2017
Date June 12-30
Time M-F, 8 a.m. - Noon Cost $725 (includes supplies fee)
Min 10 students Credit:  0.5
Instructor Ms. Alejandra Mata 

In Authentic Visual Arts Applications, students will examine famous murals from around the world. This historical perspective will provide students background to collaboratively create a mural at Carmel Catholic, which will embrace the school mission. Ideally, efforts will culminate with the project installation on a wall in the fine arts wing, thus leaving their impact upon the school community. Although coursework will technically conclude in June, painting may extend into July.

Chicago History

Grades: entering 9-12 in fall 2017
Date June 12-30
Time M-F, 8 a.m. - Noon Cost $725 (includes field trip fee)
Min 10 students Credit:  0.5
Instructor Mr. Jonathan Clark  

This course is a survey of the geography, history, and culture of the city of Chicago. Students will learn about the people, places, and events that shaped the city and its neighborhoods: early settlers, immigrants, politicians, religious leaders, business and labor leaders, educators, entertainers, athletes, artists, architects, historic buildings, the lakefront, transportation centers, disasters, major crimes, festivals and fairs, social movements, and the role of the Catholic church in the growth and development of the city.

Contemporary Literature

Grades: entering 9-12 in fall 2017
Date June 12-30
Time M-F, 8 a.m. - Noon Cost $700
Min 10 students Credit:  0.5
Instructor Ms. Anne Nieminski 

Prior to class starting, students will need to purchase "Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close" by Jonathan Safran Foer. 

In Contemporary Literature, students will examine literature written since 1980. Students will compose essays and creative responses to literature, participate in class discussions, and deliver oral presentations. In all these activities, critical thinking is a priority.

Creative Writing

Grades: entering 9-12 in fall 2017
Date June 12-30
Time M-F, 8 a.m. - Noon Cost $700
Min 10 students Credit:  0.5
Instructor Ms. Debra Laskonis  

This course is designed for writers who want to practice the craft of writing in its many forms. Students will spend time in and out of class writing journals, short stories, drama, poetry, and assorted nonfiction. Students will engage in guided writing exercises to encourage new uses of language and structure. Much of the work will look at writing as a process, and students will share work with both peers and the instructor during revision. 

Film Appreciation

Grades: entering 9-12 in fall 2017
Date June 12-30
Time M-F, 8 a.m. - Noon Cost $700
Min 10 students Credit:  0.5
Instructor Mr. Alex Rafferty  

Film Appreciation explores the history of cinema with a focus on film as an art form. Narrative structure is emphasized with ample time given to studying the craft of film making. Skills such as screenwriting, editing, directing, lighting, and cinematography are examined.

Forensic Science

Grades: entering 11 or 12 in fall 2017
Date July 10-28
Time M-F, 8 a.m. - Noon Cost $730 (includes lab fee)
Min 10 students Credit:  0.5
Instructor Ms. Suzanne Huntemann 

Forensic Science is a STEM oriented course that applies the principles of physics, chemistry, and biology to the science for solving crimes. This is a course rich in exploration and lab investigation and will help hone your observational and critical thinking skills. Topics will include the examination of physical evidence, such as hair and fibers, soil and plants, and entomology. DNA profiling and blood spatter patterns will be studied along with toxicology, ballistics, fingerprint analysis, and forensic anthropology. Due to the nature of the content, students must exhibit a high level of maturity and work ethic.

Geometry H

Grade: entering 10 in fall 2017
Date As early as June 5; as late as June 19; course ends July 28
Time Office hours M-TH, 9 a.m. - 1 p.m. Cost $850 for CCHS students; $1,000 for non-CCHS students
Min 10 students Credit:  1.0 Instructor Mrs. Emily Solarz   

This course is designed to be taken primarily online and will be completed as an Independent Study. Students taking this course must be self-driven, focused, organized, and dedicated. Students will initially meet with the instructor to coordinate the procedures of the class, but they will be largely responsible for their learning. The learning platform will be Edmodo, with links to YouTube videos. Students will have to take up to 15 supervised tests at Carmel in order to receive credit for the class. Online help will be available on a nightly basis, with face-to-face meetings Monday through Thursday to answer challenging questions and to complete the supervised tests. This class can be taken in order to place directly into Algebra II Honors or Pre-Calculus Honors as a sophomore.

Geoscience

Grades: entering 10-12 in fall 2017
Date June 12-30
Time M-F, 8 a.m. - Noon Cost $735 (includes lab and field trip fees)
Min 10 students Credit:  0.5
Instructor Ms. Marcella Linahan 

How are volcanoes and earthquakes related? This course provides the student with an opportunity to explore dynamic earth processes. Topics for study include earth materials, tectonic plates, biogeochemical cycles, natural disasters, weather patterns, and Illinois geology. Do you like to play in the dirt? Come join us for a hands-on approach to Geoscience.

Health
SESSION 1 

Grades: entering 9-12 in fall 2017
Date June 12-30
Time M-F, 12:30 - 4:30 p.m. Cost $700
Min 10 students Credit:  0.5
Instructor Mr. Jacob Solarz

SESSION 2

Grades: entering 9-12 in fall 2017
Date July 10-28
Time M-F, 12:30 - 4:30 p.m.  
Cost $700
Min 10 students Credit:  0.5
Instructors Ms. Molly Daluga and Ms. Monica Hannan

This course focuses on personal health with emphasis on identifying, implementing, and maintaining health-enhancing behaviors. Summer health class presents a broad range of topics: leading a healthy life, activity and health, nutrition, healthy living, first aid, safety education, substance use and abuse, and safe and healthy relationships.

History of Science H or UCP

Grades: entering 10-12 in fall 2017
Date July 10-28
Time M-F, 12:30 - 4:30 p.m. Cost $725 (includes field trip fee)
Min 10 students Credit:  0.5
Instructors Mr. Ray Krawzak and Mr. Brian Smithe   

Imagine a world without the influence of science. I wonder if you even can. Science has shaped our world in tremendous ways. This course will present a survey of the history of science in the Western world from the beginning of recorded history, through the Age of Reason, and into the present. The goal of this course will be to understand what science is, how it developed, why it developed, and what has shaped it through time. A co-teaching instructional strategy will be utilized bringing both a history teacher and a science teacher into the classroom for this unique summer session exploring the incredible story of science through the ages.

Introduction to Engineering H

Grades: entering 10-12 in fall 2017
Date May 30 - June 30
Time May 30 - June 9, 8 a.m. - 4 p.m.; June 12-30, 8 a.m. - Noon
M-F 
Cost $950 (includes materials fee)
Min 10 students Credit: 1.0
Instructor Mr. John Titterton 

Through design challenges and a distinct problem-solving model, students will learn how to model, improve, and develop products both in and out of the classroom. Students will learn to sketch solutions by hand and illustrate solutions using sophisticated three-dimensional modeling software. Emphasis in class is placed on documenting the design process when analyzing and considering solutions. Students will also learn how best to communicate and present ideas to others. Students will gain skills in how to solve problems in ambiguous situations and become leaders in terms of identifying and solving problems.

Introduction to Journalistic Writing

Grades: entering 9-12 in fall 2017
Date June 12-30
Time M-F, 8 a.m. - Noon Cost $700
Min 10 students Credit:  0.5
Instructor Mrs. Ericka Smith   

This course builds a strong foundation in journalism through the practice in writing and editing all types of media. Students study the history of journalism and debate the legal ethical questions of topics like news coverage, privacy, citizen journalism, and the public’s right to information. Deep dives into current events and the major media concerns of the time round out this course that prepares a student for the journalism course and work on the student news website, www.carmelcrossroads.com.

Physical Education
SESSION 1 

Grades: entering 9-12 in fall 2017
Date June 12-30
Time M-F, 8 a.m. - Noon Cost $725 (includes field trip fee)
Min 10 students Credit:  0.5
Instructors Ms. Kacey Valentine and Ms. Kirsten Stice

SESSION 2

Grades: entering 9-12 in fall 2017
Date July 10-28
Time M-F, 8 a.m. - Noon 
Cost $725 (includes field trip fee)
Min 10 students Credit:  0.5
Instructors Ms. Molly Daluga and Ms. Monica Hannan

This course fulfills one-half of the Carmel Catholic PE requirement. It focuses on lifetime fitness through an array of indoor and outdoor activities. Students will explore both individual and team athletic activities. Intensity of athletics activities will vary and can become competitive. Students will bicycle (bike riding ability required) or walk to some locations that are not on campus to engage in some of the required activities. It will be the responsibility of the student/parent(s) to provide transportation for these activities. Must bring bicycle and helmet.

Spanish

Grades: entering 9-11 in fall 2017
Date June 12-30
Time M-F, 8 a.m. - Noon Cost $700
Min 10 students Credit:  0.5
Instructors Mr. Greg Schwab and Ms. Sonja Thrush    

This class is open to students of any level, including incoming freshmen who want to advance from Spanish 1 to Spanish 2 or simply gain fluency in Spanish to improve their comprehension skills. This class is recommended for students who want an advantage in their yearly Spanish courses, those who want to be considered to move up to honors, and students who simply want to enrich their Spanish skills. The class will be co-taught by Sr. Schwab and Srta. Thrush who will work in tandem using a variety of engaging methods, including oral class stories, “movie talks,” and reading of level appropriate novels, to name a few. This course counts as a one semester elective and is not intended to replace core Spanish courses offered during the school year.

U.S. Government H or UCP

Grades: entering 9-12 in fall 2017
Date June 12-30
Time M-F, 8 a.m. - Noon Cost $700
Min 10 students Credit:  0.5
Instructor Mrs. Julie Donner   

Prerequisite for U.S. Government H:  Approval of U.S history teacher and social studies department. For the honors course, students are expected to relate primary source readings to contemporary political issues and events. This course provides a strong background in government for the college bound student planning to major in one of the social studies.

This course fulfills the social studies U.S. government requirement. It examines the American political system, the key concepts of the democratic process, and the elements of responsible citizenship. Students engage in a study of the government of Illinois and are required to pass a comprehensive examination on the U.S. and Illinois constitutions. 

 

ENRICHMENT CAMP LISTING

Algebra Foundations

Grades: entering 8 and 9 in fall 2017
Date July 24-27
Time 9-10 a.m.
Cost $125
Min/Max 5/30 students
Instructor Ms. Shannon Kouba

This class will review important skills needed to be successful in the Algebra courses for incoming freshmen. Topics include: linear equations involving graphing, slope intercept form, point slope form, standard form, factoring quadratics, formulas and solving for variables, fractions/decimals, and physics word problems.

 

Dance Intensive

Grades: entering 7-12 in fall 2017
Date June 19-22
Time 1-4 p.m.
Cost $250
Min/Max 15/25 students
Instructor Ms. Kacey Valentine

This intensive will include four days of technical training in ballet, jazz, hip-hop, and modern dance. In addition to technical training, students will engage in the following class sessions: choreography, strength and conditioning, turns and jumps, auditioning 101, dance after high school, and more. On the fourth and final day of the intensive, the students will rehearse the choreography that they were taught throughout the week and perform for their family and friends in Carmel Catholic's black box theater.

Dramatic Techniques

Grades: entering 6-9 in fall 2017
Date: June 12-16
Time: 9-11 a.m.
Cost: $130
Min/Max: 12/34 students
Instructor: Mrs. Denise Sebastiano

This camp is for those students wishing to sharpen their acting skills and basic acting tools of mind, body, voice, and emotion through fun warm-up and improvisational games. Students will use these skills as they work on character development through scene work and performance.

Drumline Camp (for CCHS students only)

Grades: entering 9-12 in fall 2017
Date June 19-30
Time M-F, 5-8 p.m.
Cost $180
Instructor Mr. Brian Massimo

This camp is a continuation of the instrumental program at Carmel Catholic. If you are planning on playing in the Carmel instrumental program as a percussionist, it is required that you attend this camp – this includes incoming freshmen! This class is designed to further develop students’ understanding and ability to perform rudimental drumming. The top forty Percussive Arts Society Rudiments, techniques of drumming, and hand eye coordination will be covered in this camp.

Gamer's Camp

Grades: entering 5-12 in fall 2017
Date June 12-16
Time 10 a.m. - Noon
Cost $100
Min/Max 6/40 students
Instructor Ms. Maureen Geary

Gamers of all kinds are welcome. We will play video games, board games, and card games. Tournaments can be arranged for each game, and video games will be played on large projector screens. Teams can be formed for games like Halo or Call of Duty and then play other opponents online. 
Math Problem Solving

Grades: entering 5-9 in fall 2017
Date July 24-27
Time 10:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.
Cost $200
Min/Max 5/30 students
Instructor Ms. Shannon Kouba

This camp will focus on creative problem solving. Problems will be taken from different areas of mathematics to help students learn about or reinforce their knowledge of these areas. Students will work in small groups to solve rich, unique problems and will present their problem solving process to the class. Students will work on problems in both written and electronic form, with the opportunity to use algebraic and geometric online tools to explore certain concepts even further. Interested students should enjoy mathematics and science while also wishing to increase their knowledge base in a wide variety of subjects.

Minecraft - A Networked Adventure

Grades: entering 3-5 in fall 2017
Date June 19-22
Time 9:30 - 11:30 a.m.

Grades: entering 6-8 in fall 2017
Date June 19-22
Time Noon - 2 p.m.  

Cost $120
Min/Max 6/10 students
Instructor TechStars by Computer Explorers

TechStars grants you access to a proprietary adventure on your own! Learn the fundamentals of computer networking through this unique Minecraft experience that also allows you and your friends to work in multiplayer mode as you mine, craft, and build together to survive. Working with a partner, use your skills to explore all the secrets the world has to offer, including a mysterious castle filled with challenges.
Pottery Techniques

Grades: entering 1-6 in fall 2017
Date June 12-16
Time 1-2:30 p.m.
Cost $130
Min/Max 6/12 students
Instructor Ms. Alejandra Mata

Fire up your creativity in pottery techniques. This camp expands students’ imagination while exploring the exciting world of clay through projects and hand-building techniques. Campers will also participate in the exciting process for throwing a pot on the potter’s wheel. Join the fun in getting your hands dirty while creating art.

Spiderman and Animation
LIGHTS, CAMERA...SPIDERMAN! 

Grades: entering 3-5 in fall 2017
Date July 17-20
Time 9:30 - 11:30 a.m.

PROJECT ANIMATION: LOOK WHO'S TALKING

Grades: entering 4-8 in fall 2017
Date July 17-20
Time Noon - 2 p.m.  

Cost $120
Min/Max 6/12 students
Instructor TechStars by Computer Explorers

Is there is future Steven Spielberg in your house? As directors and producers, we will work in teams to create our own story and script, build scenes, and film and edit our own movie. We will use graphic editing techniques and stop motion animation, add special effects, background noise, and music. At the end of the day, we will show our movies at a private screening! All students will get a copy of their movie to take home after the class is complete.

Study Skills

Grade: entering 9 in fall 2017
Date June 12-22
Time M-TH, 1 - 2:30 p.m.
Cost $150
Min/Max 5/30 students
Instructor Mr. Alex Rafferty

This camp is designed to prepare students for the challenges of high school. Students will be introduced to a variety of study skills and techniques including note-taking, memorization, concentration, and reading various texts. Students will identify personal learning profiles and plan how to be a proactive student. 

 

ATHLETIC CAMP LISTING

Baseball and Softball
BASEBALL GRADES 4-8 

Date June 6-8
Time Noon - 2 p.m.
Location: Baseball Field
Cost: $90
Coach: Mr. Bill Taylor

BASEBALL GRADES 9-12 

Date June 6-8
Time 2-4 p.m.
Location: Baseball Field
Cost: $90
Coach: Mr. Bill Taylor

SOFTBALL GRADES 6-8 

Date June 12-16
Time 10 a.m. - Noon
Location: Softball Field
Cost: $60
Coach: Mr. Shane Schueneman

Basketball
BOYS' GRADES 5-8 

Date June 12-22
Time M-TH, 8-10 a.m.
Location: Salvi Arena
Cost: $160
Coach: Mr. Zack Ryan

BOYS' GRADE 9 

Date June 5-29
Time M-TH, 9 a.m. - Noon
Location: Salvi Arena
Cost: $240
Coach: Mr. Zack Ryan

BOYS' GRADES 10-12 

Date June 5-29
Time M-TH, 9 a.m. - Noon
Location: Salvi Arena
Cost: $320
Coach: Mr. Zack Ryan

GIRLS' GRADES 5-8 

Date June 26-30
Time M-F, 8-10 a.m.
Location: Auxiliary Gym
Cost: $100
Coach: Mr. Ben Berg

GIRLS' GRADE 9 

Date May 30-June 22
Time May 30-June1, 5:30-7:30 p.m.
June 2, 3:30-5 p.m.
June 5-6, 6-8 p.m.
June 14-22, 8-10 a.m.
Location: Auxiliary Gym
Cost: $240
Coach: Mr. Ben Berg

GIRLS' GRADES 10-12 

Date June 5-22
Time M-TH, 8-10 a.m.
Location: Salvi Arena
Cost: $240
Coach: Mr. Ben Berg

Cheerleading and Dance
CHEERLEADING GRADES K-8 

Date June 20-22
Time 9 a.m. - Noon
Location: Cafeteria/Baker Stadium
Cost: $60
Coach: Mr. Nathan Palmer

CHEERLEADING GRADES K-8 

Date August 22-24, 25
Time 4-6 p.m. and half time on August 25
Location: Cafeteria/Baker Stadium
Cost: $60
Coach: Mr. Nathan Palmer

DANCE GRADES 3-8 

Date August 19
Time 9 a.m. - 3 p.m.
Location: Wrestling Room
Cost: $60
Coach: Ms. Dina Pryhocki

Football
GRADES 9 & 10 

Date July 10-21
Time M-TH, 6:30-8:30 p.m.
Location: Baker Stadium
Cost: $150
Coach: Mr. Andy Bitto

GRADES 11 & 12

Date July 5, 6, 10-27
Time M-TH, 4-6:30 p.m.
Location: Baker Stadium
Cost: $200
Coach: Mr. Andy Bitto

Golf
GIRLS' GRADES 3-8 

Date June 7, 14, 21, 28
Time 5-6 p.m.
Location: Countryside GC
Cost: $100
Coach: Ms. Jill Franz

GIRLS' GRADES 9-12

Date June 7, 14, 21, 28 Time 6-7:30 p.m. Location: Countryside GC Cost: $155 Coach: Ms. Jill Franz

Gymnastics and Tumbling
GIRLS' GYMNASTICS GRADES K-8 - CAMP 1

Date June 19-23
Time 12:30-3 p.m.
Location: The Gym Spot
Cost: $150
Min: 10 students
Coach: Mrs. Sarah Mikrut-Doyle

GIRLS' GYMNASTICS GRADES K-8 - CAMP 2

Date June 26-30
Time 12:30-3 p.m.
Location: The Gym Spot
Cost: $150
Min: 10 students
Coach: Mrs. Sarah Mikrut-Doyle

GIRLS' TUMBLING FOR CHEERLEADERS GRADES K-12 - CAMP 1

Date June 19-23
Time 12:30-3 p.m.
Location: The Gym Spot
Cost: $150
Min: 10 students
Coach: Mrs. Sarah Mikrut-Doyle

GIRLS' TUMBLING FOR CHEERLEADERS GRADES K-12 - CAMP 2

Date June 26-30
Time 12:30-3 p.m.
Location: The Gym Spot
Cost: $150
Min: 10 students
Coach: Mrs. Sarah Mikrut-Doyle

Lacrosse
BOYS' GRADES 4-8

Date July 10-14
Time 5-7 p.m.
Location: South Fields
Cost: $100
Coach: Mr. Tony Orsini

BOYS' GRADES 9-12

Date June and July
Time TBD
Location: Various Tournaments
Cost: $650
Coach: Mr. Tony Orsini

GIRLS' GRADES 6-8

Date June 19-23
Time 4-6 p.m.
Location: Baker Stadium
Cost: $160
Coach: Mr. Jim Lasky

GIRLS' GRADES 9-12

Date June 19-23
Time 4-6 p.m.
Location: Baker Stadium
Cost: $160
Coach: Mr. Jim Lasky

Soccer
BOYS' AND GIRLS' GRADES K-8

Date July 24-27
Time 8-10 a.m.
Location: South Fields
Cost: $95
Coach: Mr. Ray Krawzak

BOYS' GRADES 9-12

Date July 10-20
Time M-TH, 10 a.m. - Noon
Location: South Fields
Cost: $200
Coach: Mr. Ray Krawzak

GIRLS' GRADES 9-12

Date July 10-20
Time M-TH, 8-10 a.m.
Location: South Fields
Cost: $200
Coach: Mr. Ray Krawzak

Tennis
BOYS' AND GIRLS' GRADES 4-12

Date June 5-30
Time M-F, 8-10 a.m. or 10 a.m. - Noon
Location: Tennis Courts
Cost: $576 for complete session or $160 per week
Coach: Mr. Chris Kannenberg

BOYS' AND GIRLS' GRADES 4-12

Date July 10-28
Time M-F, 8-10 a.m. or 10 a.m. - Noon
Location: Tennis Courts
Cost: $430 for complete session or $160 per week
Coach: Mr. Chris Kannenberg

Track and Cross Country
BOYS' AND GIRLS' JUMP CAMP GRADES 5-12

Date June 12-15
Time 1-3 p.m.
Location: Baker Stadium
Cost: $90
Max: 15 students
Coach: Mr. Brian Stith

BOYS' AND GIRLS' SPEED CAMP GRADES 6-12

Date June 6, 7, 8, 13, 14
Time 4-5:15 p.m.
Location: Baker Stadium
Cost: $150
Coach: Mr. Jim Halford

BOYS' AND GIRLS' CROSS COUNTRY GRADES 5-12

Date June 6-29 and July 18-27
Time T/TH, 5:30-7:30 p.m.; W, 5:30-7 p.m.
Cost: $250
Coach: Mr. Jim Halford

Volleyball
BOYS' AND GIRLS' GRADES 4-8 

Date July 10-13
Time 8-11 a.m.
Location: Salvi Arena
Cost: $110
Coach: Mr. Kevin Nylen

BOYS' GRADES 9-12 

Date July 17-20, 24-27
Time 10:45 a.m. - 1:15 p.m.
Location: Salvi Arena
Cost: $310
Coach: Mr. Kevin Nylen

GIRLS' GRADES 9-12 

Date July 17-20, 24-27
Time 8-10:30 a.m.
Location: Salvi Arena
Cost: $310
Coach: Mr. David Pazely

 


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