Summer School

ACADEMIC COURSES FOR GRADES 6-12

  • Register for an academic credit course for the opportunity to have STUDY HALL or open space for other ELECTIONS during the 2019-20 school year.
  • Save $50 on an academic credit course, if you register before May 4, 2019.
  • If you register for Health and PE at the same time, the total price will be $900.

Important Details for All Academic Courses

Registration: Registration for academic credit courses will take place in mid/late March 2019. Registration for both academic courses and enrichment camps will remain open until the start of the course or until the course reaches maximum capacity. Registration will be accepted on a first come, first served basis. If you have questions regarding academic credit registration, please contact Mrs. Sue Gille.

Refund Policy: If you register for a course or camp and you are unable to attend, you must notify Mr. Ryan Hornung, summer school coordinator, at 847-388-3485 prior to May 4 in order to receive a complete refund for the course or camp. If you notify the summer school coordinator after May 4, 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. Please consult the Student Handbook for casual dress.

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. Ryan Hornung, summer school coordinator, at 847-388-3485 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.

If you have any questions regarding academic summer courses, please contact Mr. Ryan Hornung, Summer School Coordinator, at 847-388-3485 or rhornung@carmelhs.org, or Ms. Anne Nieminski, Assistant Summer School Coordinator, at 847-388-3355 or anieminski@carmelhs.org.

ACADEMIC CREDIT COURSES FOR GRADES 9-12

Algebra I - Honors

Flexible Start Date:  As early as June 3rd, as late as June 17th.  Course ends on July  25th.
Times: online sessions and interactions at student’s pace
Office Hours:  Monday – Thursday;  8:00 am – 12:00 pm
Grades: entering 9
Credit: 1.0
Cost: $850 for Carmel Students;  $1000 for non-Carmel students

Description of course: 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 Google Classroom, 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.

Algebra II - Honors

Flexible Start Date: As early as June 3rd, as late as June 17th.  Course ends on July  25th.

Times: online sessions and interactions at student’s pace
Office Hours:  Monday – Thursday;  8:00 am – 12:00 pm
Grades: entering 10 or 11Credit:  1.0
Cost: $850 for Carmel Students;  $1000 for non-Carmel students

Description of course: 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 Google Classroom, 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 PreCalculus.

Creative Writing

Dates:  6/10-6/28

Times: Monday – Friday, 8:00 am - noon
Grades: entering 9-12
Credit: 0.5
Cost: $700

Description of course: 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 instructor during revision. Students may take this course more than once.

 

Geometry - Honors

Flexible Start Date:  As early as June 3rd, as late as June 17th.  Course ends on July  25th.

Times: online sessions and interactions at student’s pace
Office Hours:  Monday – Thursday;  8:00 am – 12:00 pm
Grades: entering 10Credit:  1.0
Cost:  $850 for Carmel Students;  $1000 for non-Carmel students

Description of course: 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 Google Classroom, 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 PreCalculus Honors as a sophomore at Carmel.

Health (Session 1)

Dates:  6/10-6/28

Times:  Monday – Friday 12:30 – 4:30 pm
Grades: entering 9-12
Credit:  0.5
Cost: $700

Description of course: 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, and healthy living, first aid, safety education, substance use and abuse, and safe and healthy relationships.

Health (Session 2)

Dates:  7/8-7/26

Times:  Monday – Friday 12:30 – 4:30 pm
Grades: entering 9-12
Credit:  0.5
Cost: $700

Description of course: 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, and healthy living, first aid, safety education, substance use and abuse, and safe and healthy relationships.

Horticulture - Upper College Prep

Grade Level: Incoming Freshmen
Prerequisite: none
Dates:  7/8-7/26
Time:  8:00AM-12:00PM
Credit: 0.5
Cost: $950

Description of course: Summer Horticulture class is an introductory course for students with a strong interest in plants and horticulture. Plants are critical to the survival of all living things.  They can be grown in large fields, small nooks, inside a greenhouse or even on a window sill. In this class you will earn about the basics anatomy of plants, their nutritional and energy needs, the soil they grow in, and the successful cultivation of plants both indoor and out both with and without soil. This class provides a strong base for those interested in environmental science, sustainability, botany, horticulture, nursery management and landscape design.  Part of the class includes design and creation of a garden. Part of class time will be spent outdoors.

Introduction to Journalism - Upper College Prep

Grades: 9-12

Dates: 6/10-6/28
Time: 8:00AM-12:00PM
Credit: 0.5
Cost: $700

Description of course: Students will learn to write and produce multimedia journalistic content. Emphasis will be placed on basics of journalistic writing, and the basics of media law and ethics, design, photography, audio, and video. Students will contribute to Crossroads, Carmel Catholic High School's school newspaper.

Intro to Media Production (Session 1)

Dates: June 10-28
Grades: students entering 9-12
Credit: 0.5 Fine Arts Credit
Cost: $500

Description of course: In this class, students will work primarily independently, coming to school a handful of times to present on their findings and research on various topics. Students should expect to read/watch, interact with, research, and present on the following forms of media:

1. Graffiti
2. Posters
3. Video Games
4. Comics/Graphic Novels
5. Television/Film

This will be a scholarly exercise that will mix topics of the day and topics in the past to show how society copes with issues. Students should expect to write papers, discuss in online forums, create presentations, and create examples of the media that we go over.

Introduction to Media Production (Session 2)

Dates: July 8-26
Grades: students entering 9-12
Credit: 0.5 Fine Arts Credit
Cost: $500

Description of course: In this class, students will work primarily independently, coming to school a handful of times to present on their findings and research on various topics. Students should expect to read/watch, interact with, research, and present on the following forms of media:

1. Graffiti
2. Posters
3. Video Games
4. Comics/Graphic Novels
5. Television/Film

This will be a scholarly exercise that will mix topics of the day and topics in the past to show how society copes with issues. Students should expect to write papers, discuss in online forums, create presentations, and create examples of the media that we go over.

Physical Education (Session 1)

Dates:  6/10-6/28

Times:  Monday – Friday 8:00 am - noon
Grades: entering 9-12
Credit:  0.5
Cost: $725 (includes field trip fees)
Necessary Supplies: bicycle and helmet (Teachers will notify students which days these are needed)

Description of course: 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.

Physical Education (Session 2)

Dates:  7/8-7/26

Times:  Monday – Friday 8:00 am - noon
Grades: entering 9-12
Credit:  0.5
Cost: $725 (includes field trip fees)
Necessary Supplies:  bicycle and helmet (Teachers will notify students which days these are needed)

Description of course: 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.

Principles of Engineering - Dual Credit

Dates and Times: May 28 through June 7 - 8 AM until 3 PM.  June 10 - June 26 - 8 AM - Noon

Grades: Students entering grades 10-12
Prerequisite: Introduction to Engineering.
Credit: 1.0
Cost: $950

Description of course: Through problems that engage and challenge, students explore a broad range of engineering topics, including mechanisms, the strength of structures and materials, and automation.  Students develop skills in problem solving, research, and design while learning strategies for design process documentation, collaboration, and presentation. Students will continue to learn general engineering skills.  Students will develop problem-solving skills and will become leaders in terms of identifying and solving problems.

Sports Marketing

Dates:  6/10-6/28

Time: Monday-Friday 8:00AM-12:00PM
Grades: Students entering grades 9-12
Credit: 0.5
Cost: $700

Description of course: This course is designed to introduce students to marketing concepts in the sports and entertainment industry. Topics include industry overview, economics, event marketing, advertising, and promotion, including social and digital initiatives as well as event execution.  Classroom instruction will be reinforced through the use of outside lectures, case studies, and possible field trip experiences as well as computer simulations.  Career opportunities in this field will also be explored.

U.S. Government - Honors (Session 1)

Dates:  6/10-6/28

Time: Monday-Friday 8:00AM-12:00PM
Grades: 12
Credit:  0.5
Cost: $700
Prerequisite: approval of US History teacher and Social Studies Department

Description of course: This course fulfills the Social Studies US 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 US and Illinois constitutions.  Because this is an honors level 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.

U.S. Government - Upper College Prep (Session 1)

Dates:  6/10-6/28

Time: Monday-Friday 8:00AM-12:00PM
Grades: 12
Credit:  0.5
Cost: $700

Description of course: This course fulfills the Social Studies US Government requirement.  It examines the American political system, the key concepts of the democratic process, and the elements of responsible citizenship.  The students engage in a study of the government of Illinois and are required to pass a comprehensive examination on the US Constitution and the Illinois Constitution.

World History - Upper College Prep

Grade Level: Incoming Sophomore

Dates:  6/10-6/28 and 7/8-7/26
Time:  8:00AM-12:00PM
Credit: 1.0
Cost: $900

Description of course: World History Upper College Prep surveys a variety of topics spanning the history of the world from the start of the Middle Ages (approximately 500 B.C.) up to the year 2000. The course is a general survey of Western and Eastern civilizations. Additional projects in current events, geography, and reading may be required. Emphasis is placed on reading, note-taking, and writing as well as the methods used in solving historical problems and current world problems.

NON-CREDIT CLASSES FOR GRADES 6-9

Broadcasting Camp

Dates and Time: June 18-25, M-F, 8 a.m.–12 p.m.
Grade: Students entering grades 9-12
Cost: 250

Description of the course: In this week-long camp, students will learn how Carmel Catholic High School plans, sets up, and executes every production to be broadcasted on the Carmel Digital Network. On June 25th, we will venture to Rosemont for a Chicago Dogs baseball game. Game time is 11:35 and details will be given when available.

Driver's Education

We know the difficulty that teenagers and their parents face in managing their student's busy schedules. Fresh Green Light, an Illinois DMV Certified Driver Education Program, is making it easier by bringing diver's education right to Carmel Catholic. The basic program meets all of the Illinois DMV requirements for issuance of a driver’s license and includes eight hours of private, behind-the-wheel lessons, and 30 hours of classroom instruction taught at Carmel Catholic. The summer session will begin June 10, 2019. 

Drumline Camp

Dates: June 26-July 3

Time: June 26-28, 6-9 pm; June 29 & 30, 9 am-1 pm; July 1-3, 6-9 pm

Teacher: Mr. Chris Avgerin
Grade: Carmel Catholic students entering grades 9-12.
Cost: $180
Note: All percussion students are required to attend.

 

Description of camp: 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 camp is designed to further develop the 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. Camp is non-credit.

Film-making Camp

Dates and Time: June 10-14 and July 29-Aug 2, M-F, 8 a.m.–3 p.m.
Grade: Students entering grades 9-12
Cost: $500

Description of camp: In this 2-week long camp, students will be making a short film. Most of the first week will be spent writing or editing scripts with filming to take place the rest of the time. Students will learn the basics of filming, lighting, editing, and sound designing in film production. Open for budding actors, writers, and filmmakers. A bit of separation between the weeks will provide students the necessary time to prepare their films.

Library Service Team

Dates and Time: June 3-14, M-F, 8 a.m.–3 p.m. (time is flexible)
Grade: Students entering grades 9-12
Cost: Free (students earn service hours)

Description of course: Help Mr. Franklin improve the quality of programming, materials, book displays, artwork, and advertising for the 2019-2020 school year. Students will also learn how to do basic functions of librarians to help out throughout the year. Students interested in reading, marketing, being creative, and organization should sign up for this opportunity.

Study Skills

Dates and Time: June 10 – 20, M–TH, 1 p.m. – 2:30 p.m.

Grade: Students entering grade 9
Cost: $150
Min/Max: 5 student min. and 30 student max.

Description of course: 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 CAMPS FOR GRADES K-12

Middle School Families: Through Carmel Catholic High School's educational relationship with various Catholic grade schools, we are offering students entering 6-8th grade at our partner Catholic schools one FREE summer athletic camp. More details and a listing of available camps will be coming soon.

Baseball

Baseball

Grades: 4 thru 8
Date and Time: 6/10 - 6/12, 12:00 - 2:00 PM
Coach: Coach Taylor
Cost: $100
Location: Baseball Field

Baseball
Grades: 9 thru 12
Dates and Time: 6/10 - 6/12, 2:00 - 4:00 PM
Coach: Coach Taylor
Cost: $100
Location: Baseball Field

Pitching Camp
Grades: 4 thru 9
Date and Time: 6/25 & 6/27, 12:00 - 1:30 PM
Coach: Coach Taylor
Cost: $90
Location: Baseball Field

Basketball

Boys' Basketball

Grades: 9 thru 12
Date and Time: 6/3-6/27, Mon-Thu, 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Coach: Coach Ryan
Cost: $360
Location: Salvi Arena and Aux Gym

Boys' Basketball
Grades: 5 thru 8
Date and Time: 6/17-6/27, Mon-Thu, 8:00 - 10:00 AM
Coach: Coach Ryan
Cost: $180
Location: Salvi Arena

Girls' Basketball
Grades: 10 thru 12
Date and Time: 6/3-6/27, Mon thru Thu, 8:00-10:00 AM
Coach: Coach Berg
Cost: $260
Location: Salvi Arena

Girls' Basketball
Grade: 9
Date and Time: 6/3-6/20, Mon thru Thu, 8:00-10:00 AM 
Coach: Coach Berg
Cost: $260
Location: Aux Gym

Girls' Basketball
Grades: 5 thru 8
Date and Time: 6/24-6/28, 8:00-10:00 AM
Coach: Coach Berg
Cost: $120
Location: Aux Gym

Girls' Basketball (Skills Camp)
Grades: 5 thru 8
Date and Time: 6/24-6/28, 10:00-11:00 AM
Coach: Coach Leach
Cost: $100
Location: Aux Gym

Girls' Basketball (Skills Camp)
Grades: 9 thru 12
Date and Time: 6/10-6/13, 10:00 -11:00 AM
Coach: Coach Leach
Cost: $80
Location: Aux Gym

Cheerleading and Dance

Cheerleading

Grades: K thru 8
Date and Time: 8/27-8/30, 4-6 PM & Half Time
Coach: Coach Dompke
Cost: $60 Cafeteria/Half Time of FB game

Dance
Grades: 3 thru 8
Date and Time: Aug 19, 9:00-3:00 PM
Cost: $60
Location: Wrestling Room

Football

Football

Grades: 10 thru 12
Date and Time: 7/22-8/2, Mon thru Fri, 3:30 to 7:30 PM
Coach: Coach Annen
Cost: $200
Location: Baker Stadium

Football
Grade: 9
Date and Time: 7/22-8/2, Mon thru Fri, 3:30 to 7:30 PM
Coach: Coach Annen
Cost: $200
Location: Baker Stadium

Football
Grade: 4 thru 8
Date and Time: 8:00-10:00 AM, Mon thru Thu, 7/8-7/11
Coach: Coach Annen
Cost: $100
Location: Baker Stadium

Gymnastics and Tumbling

Girls' Gymnastics (Camp 1)

Grade: K thru 8
Date and Time: 6/17-6/20, 12:30-3:00 PM
Coach: Coach Mikrut-Doyle
Cost: $150
Location: The Gymnastic Factory

Girls' Tumbling for Cheerleaders (Camp 1)
Grades: K thru 8
Date and Time: 6/17-6/20, 12:30-3:00 PM 
Coach: Coach Mikrut-Doyle
Location: The Gymnastic Factory

Girls' Gymnastics (Camp 2)
Grades: K thru 8
Date and Time: 6/24-6/27, 12:30-3:00 PM
Coach: Coach Mikrut Doyle
Cost: $150
Location: The Gymnastic Factory

Girls' Tumbling for Cheerleaders (Camp 2)
Grades: K thru 8
Date and Time: 6/24-6/27, 12:30-3:00 PM
Coach: Coach Mikrut-Doyle
Cost: $150
Location: The Gymnastic Factory

Lacrosse

Boys' Lacrosse (Summer Team)

Grades: 9 thru 12
Date and Time: T/Th 6-8pm practices in June & July, Tournaments
Coach: Coach Dever
Cost: $650
Location: Baker Stadium & Tournaments 

Girls' Lacrosse
Grades: 6 thru 8
Date and Time: 6/17, 6/18, 6/20, 6/21, 7:00-9:00 AM
Coach: Coach Amato
Location: Baker Stadium

Girls' Lacrosse
Grades: 9 thru 12
Date and Time: 6/17, 6/18, 6/20, 6/21, 7:00-9:00 AM 
Coach: Coach Amato
Location: Baker Stadium

Soccer

Boys' Soccer

Grades: 9 thru 12
Date and Time: 7/8-7/19, 10:00 AM-12:00 PM
Coach: Coach Krawzak
Cost: $250
Location: South Fields

Girls' Soccer
Grades: 9 thru 12
Date and Time: 7/8-7/19, 8:00-10:00 AM
Coach: Coach Krawzak
Cost: $250
Location: South Fields

Boys' and Girls' Soccer
Grades: K thru 8
Date and Time: 7/22-7/25, 8:00-10:00 AM
Coach: Coach Krawzak
Cost: $95
Location: South Fields

Tennis

Boys' and Girls' Tennis - All levels

Grades: 4 thru 8
Date and Time: 6/3-6/6, 8:00-10:00 AM
Coach: Coach Kannenberg
Location: Carmel Courts Beginners 

Boys' and Girls' Tennis - All levels
Grades: 9 thru 12
Date and Time: 6/3-6/6, 8:00-11:00 AM
Coach: Coach Kannenberg
Cost: $160
Location: Carmel Courts Advanced 

Boys' and Girls' Tennis - All levels
Grades: 4 thru 8
Date and Time: 6/10-6/13, 8:00-10:00 AM
Coach: Coach Kannenberg
Cost: $140
Location: Carmel Courts Beginners

Boys' and Girls' Tennis - All levels
Grades: 9 thru 12
Date and Time: 6/10-6/13, 8:00-11:00 AM 
Coach: Coach Kannenberg
Cost: $160
Location: Carmel Courts Advanced 

Boys' and Girls' Tennis - All levels
Grades: 4 thru 8
Date and Time: 6/17-6/20, 8:00-10:00 AM 
Coach: Coach Kannenberg
Cost: $140
Location: Carmel Courts Beginners 

Boys' and Girls' Tennis - All levels
Grade: 9 thru 12
Date and Time: 6/17-6/20, 8:00-11:00 AM
Coach: Coach Kannenberg
Cost: $160
Location: Carmel Courts Advanced

Boys' and Girls' Tennis - All levels
Grade: 4 thru 8
Date and Time: 6/24-6/27, 8:00-10:00 AM
Coach: Coach Kannenberg
Cost: $140
Location: Carmel Courts Beginners 

Boys' and Girls' Tennis - All levels
Grade: 9 thru 12
Date and Time: 6/24-6/27, 8:00-11:00 AM
Coach: Coach Kannenberg
Cost: $160
Location: Carmel Courts Advanced

Boys' and Girls' Tennis - All levels
Grade: 4 thru 8
Date and Time: 7/8-7/11, 8:00-10:00 AM
Coach: Coach Kannenberg
Cost: $140
Location: Carmel Courts Beginners 

Boys' and Girls' Tennis - All levels
Grade: 9 thru 12
Date and Time: 7/8-7/11, 8:00-11:00 AM 
Coach: Coach Kannenberg
Cost: $160
Location: Carmel Courts Advanced 

Boys' and Girls' Tennis - All levels
Grade: 4 thru 8
Date and Time: 7/15-7/18, 8:00-10:00 AM
Coach: Coach Kannenberg
Cost: $140
Location: Carmel Courts Beginners 

Boys' and Girls' Tennis - All levels
Grade: 9 thru 12
Date and Time: 7/15-7/18, 8:00-11:00 AM
Coach: Coach Kannenberg
Cost: $160
Location: Carmel Courts Advanced

Boys' and Girls' Tennis - All levels
Grade: 4 thru 8
Date and Time: 7/22-7/25, 8:00-10:00 AM
Coach: Coach Kannenberg
Cost: $140
Location: Carmel Courts Beginners 

Boys' and Girls' Tennis - All levels
Grade: 9 thru 12
Date and Time: 7/22-7/25, 8:00-11:00 AM
Coach: Coach Kannenberg
Cost: $160
Location: Carmel Courts Advanced

Track and Cross Country

Boys' & Girls' Speed Camp

Grades: 6 thru 12
Date and Time: 6/4, 6/5, 6/6, 6/11, 6/12, 9:15-10:30 AM 
Coach: Coach Halford
Cost: $150
Location: Baker Stadium

Boys' & Girls' Jump Camp - Track
Grades: 5 thru 12
Date and Time: 6/10-6/13, 1:00-3:00 PM
Coach: Coach Stith
Cost: $90
Location: Baker Stadium (maximum 15) 

Boys' & Girls' Cross Country
Grades: 5 thru 12
Date and Time: 6/4-6/27 & 7/16-7/25, Tu/Wed/Thu, 7:00-9:00 AM
Coach: Coach Halford
Cost: $250

Volleyball

Boys' & Girls' Volleyball Skills

Grade: 5 thru 8
Date and Time: 7/8-7/11, 8:30-11:30 AM 
Coach: Coach Nylen
Cost: $120
Location: Salvi Arena

Girls' Volleyball
Grade: 10 thru 12
Date and Time: 7/8-7/11 & 7/15-7/18, 11:30 AM-1:30 PM (week 1) & 11 AM-1 PM (week 2)
Coach: Coach Pazely
Cost: $310
Location: Salvi Arena

Girls' Volleyball
Grade: 9
Date and Time: 7/15-7/18 & 7/22-7/25, 9:00 to 11:00 AM
Coach: Coach Pazely
Cost: $310
Location: Salvi Arena

Boys' Volleyball
Grade: 9 thru 12
Date and Time: 7/15-7/18 & 7/22-7/25, 1-3pm (week 1) & 11-1pm (week 2)
Coach: Coach Nylen
Cost: $310
Location: Salvi Arena

Important Details for Athletic Camps

Registration: Registration for athletic camps will begin in early April. Registration will remain open until the start of the camp or until the camp reaches maximum capacity. Registration will be accepted on a first come, first served basis.

 

If you have any questions, please contact Mark Pos, Athletic Director, at 847-388-3328 or mpos@carmelhs.org.