|Dates||Times||Tier 1 Rate||Register|
|Session 1||June 24-July 5||Noon-5pm||$585||Register|
|Session 2||July 8-July 19||Noon-5pm||$630||Register|
|Session 3||July 22-Aug 2||Noon-5pm||$630||Register|
No camp Thursday, July 4th.
This exciting and challenging program focuses on teamwork, sportsmanship, technique, strategy, and encourages an appreciation for all sports with friendly competition. All sports activities are played in a safe and fun-filled environment in the College's gymnasiums and athletic fields with alternating indoor and outdoor activities.
Younger Campers - For younger campers, we emphasize learning the skills and fundamentals of a variety of team and individual sports.
Older Campers - For older campers, the program fosters improving skill levels, developing a deeper understanding of strategies in competition and experiencing advanced skill development in each sport.
Campers are divided by age into small groups (approximately 10-12 children) under the supervision of qualified/trained counselors (age 18-25) who are assisted by counselors-in-training (aged 15-17). Sports include baseball/softball, soccer, basketball, flag football, tennis, lacrosse, volleyball, dodgeball, kickball, badminton, bowling, pickleball, team handball, floor hockey, water-play, and other age-appropriate sports activities, all played in a safe, friendly, and fun-filled environment. Sport-specific coaches are provided for basketball, soccer, and tennis. All other activities are facilitated by group counselors.
Each day includes lunch in Concordia College's Dining Hall which is included in the cost of the program. Campers then participate in four sports activities each day. The schedule of activities changes from day-to-day to provide a variety of activities throughout the week. There are sport-specific instructors for baseball, soccer, and tennis. All other activities are facilitated by group counselors. In addition, all campers enjoy at least one off-site trip each session to go bowling at Homefield Bowl in Yonkers. Time is set aside each day for rest, snacks, drinks and bathroom breaks.
Lunch is provided in the College cafeteria, where the campers will eat with their counselors. Meals include: pizza, chicken nuggets, hamburgers, macaroni & cheese, tacos, hot dogs, cream cheese & jelly (peanut butter is no longer served) or American cheese sandwiches. A fresh salad bar is always available, along with fruit and beverages. A mid-afternoon snack of juice & cookies, sunchips, goldfish, ice pops or pretzels, etc. is also provided. A menu calendar will be sent home.
Children will be grouped by their birthdays.