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Summer Programs


NEW to Whitefield’s Summer Programs? If you are not a Whitefield family, please fill out the Permission/Health form and bring it with you on day one of your camp.

Please go to this site to register for Summer Programs at Whitefield Academy. https://whitefieldacademy.campbrainregistration.com (REGISTATION IS NOW OPEN!!)

Frequently Asked Questions

How do I register for camps?
Register online beginning in January. Please go to this site to register for Summer Programs at Whitefield Academy. https://whitefieldacademy.campbrainregistration.com. Once you create an account, all your information will be saved and all information will be saved even if you must log out before completion of an application.

We accept Visa, MasterCard, Discovery, American Express.

Will I receive a receipt or confirmation?
For summer camps, you will receive an email confirmation. A reminder email with details and logistics will be sent the Wednesday before the start of the camp.

Receipts can be printed from the registration site. Under FORMS, click on Download Printable Registration Confirmation to receive a PDF receipt for each camper.

Are the programs open to non-Whitefield students?
YES! We desire to serve and bless our community, so all camps are open to everyone except for a few camps. Those few camps for only Whitefield students are specified in the camp description.

Can I sign up for a specialty camp and have my child attend Camp Whitefield for lunch and the rest of the day?
Absolutely! Your child can attend a specialty camp for half the day, then Camp Whitefield for the rest. We will make sure your child eats lunch, snack, and gets from camp to camp. They will even get a Camp Whitefield t-shirt and have the option to attend the weekly field trip! This year, when you add Camp Whitefield to your cart, it will ask if you want to add a specialty camp for $100.

How can I get a discount?
EARLY BIRD discount of 10% off all camps will be applied to your total prior to March 1st.

REFERRALS--For every non-Whitefield student you refer, there will be a $50 discount for your camp sign-up. Contact Angie Boone before you checkout so she can give you the discount code.

What is the refund and cancellation policy?
Whitefield Academy reserves the right to cancel any portion of a summer program in case of unforeseen circumstances. Refunds will be issued.

Whitefield Academy reserves the right to dismiss a student from a camp if the behavior is not in line with the Whitefield standard of expectations. Refunds will be issued on a prorated basis.

Any cancellation, prior to two weeks of the start of a camp date, will result in a tuition refund, minus a $50 non-refundable processing fee.

If a camper withdraws within 14 days of the camp start date, a refund will be made, minus a $100 non-refundable fee.

In case of withdrawal due to death in the family or illness, a full refund will be given. For an illness, written notice from a physician may be required before the refund is issued. Please contact Angie Boone at 678-770-3236 and a refund can be arranged.

How do I get receipts for childcare tax deductions?
Receipts can be printed from the registration site. Under FORMS, click on Download Printable Registration Confirmation to receive a PDF receipt for each camper. The school tax number is on the top of that document along with the dates you attended camps.

To browse our Summer Programs offerings, please read below.

To REGISTER for camps, please click here.


Wee Whitefield is an abbreviated version of Camp Whitefield for rising PreK-4 children. From 8:00 a.m. until 12:00 p.m., these young campers will enjoy all the activities and crafts on their level with some great counselors right by their side. The cost of $200 includes lunch, field trip/or in-house special speaker, t-shirt, craft supplies, and Wacky Wednesday activities. Wee Campers must be 4 years of age by May 1st and there is a limit of 15 per week. Parents will pick up in the LSSAC after lunch and some free time. Before Care is open to Wee Campers for an additional fee.

LS Camp Whitefield is a Christ-centered day camp for Kindergarten through fourth graders. During the day, the campers will spend time in praise and worship, playing games, making arts and crafts, competing in age-appropriate physically challenging events, advancing educational knowledge, forming new friendships, and exploring God’s creation in a fun, loving, and caring environment. There will be two different groups within Camp Whitefield to ensure that age-appropriate games and activities will keep younger and older elementary children engaged all day long! Wacky Wednesday not only includes water games and water slides, but also other games that will guarantee to be messy fun, so be sure to wear old clothes every Wednesday. Cost of $295 includes lunch, field trip, t-shirt, craft supplies, and Wacky Wednesday activities.

Wee and LS Camp Whitefield Director:


MS Camp Whitefield is a Christ-centered day camp for rising fifth through eighth graders. Every day will be a new adventure for the middle school campers. The day begins at 8:00am and ends at 3:00pm. We will have games/arts & crafts day, field trips, water day, skill day, and service day. The goal of this camp is to challenge the middle school campers to learn new skills, make new friends, see new places, and develop their God-given gifts…all while having tons of FUN! Cost of $295 includes lunch, snacks, field trips, t-shirt, supplies, and Wacky Wednesday activities.

MS Camp Whitefield Directors:


Add a Camp is EASIER this year!  - Your child can attend a specialty camp for half the day, then Camp Whitefield for the rest. We will make sure your child eats lunch, snack, and gets from camp to camp. They will even get a Camp Whitefield t-shirt and have the option to attend the weekly field trip!  This year, when you add Camp Whitefield to your cart, it will ask if you want to add a specialty camp for $100.


Before and After Care - For an additional fee (Before Care $5 a day or $20 a week, After Care $20 a day or $60 a week), we offer before care at 7:30 a.m. until the start of camp at 8:00 a.m. and after care from 3:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m.

 


DISCOUNTS! - Register before March 1 and get 10% off all camps.  Tell others about us and for every non-Whitefield student you refer, you get $50 off your camp! You also have discount savings when you take part in our Add a Camp program (where you purchase Camp Whitefield and add a specialty camp for only $100).

 

Kindergarten Konfidential

There’s no mystery here! Kindergarten Konfidential is a one week course that will   involve a variety of fun and exciting learning activities for rising kindergarten students. As a result of this program, students will have a jump start to the Whitefield Kindergarten program. The class will cover phonics skills, reading and reading comprehension strategies, math skills, and the basics of Whitefield’s handwriting program. Get ready to have fun!

Teacher: Adrienne Margine
Dates: July 29-Aug 2, 8-11am

Grades: rising PreK-K

 

Pack in the Phonics

This one-week course will involve a variety of fun and exciting multi-sensory learning activities. Students will benefit from activities that focus on many aspects of phonetic skills, listening skills, and comprehension skills. The camp will also focus on an introduction to the Riggs Institute method of handwriting skills, and a daily literature experience exploring a variety of genres.

Teacher: Laurel Runager
Dates: June 24-28, 8-11am

Grades: rising 1st

 

Chess Camp

Enjoy playing chess? Want to learn? Beginning or experienced campers will learn tactics, practice openings and endgame strategy, and enjoy playing with friends. Includes tournament-style play, Bughouse (team chess), and SmartBoard instruction.

Teacher: Kyle Justice
Dates: July 29-Aug. 2, 1:00-4:30pm

Grades: rising 1st-6th

 

Composition Writing

Students will explore the art of writing by developing foundational skills in building interesting sentences, fluid paragraphs, and coherent age-appropriate essays   . . . all while having FUN! Foundational skills include writing mechanics, brainstorming, organization, sentence structure, word choices, supporting details, and overall development.  

Teacher: Angie Boone
Dates: July 15-19, 8-11am

Grades: rising 3rd-5th

 

Grammar Camp

Grammar…ugh.  I don’t like grammar, or at least I didn’t   until I took this amazing summer class! Students will be introduced to a new, fun way to learn grammar through   songs, games, and oral recitation as a group. This class is designed to help students get a jump start on learning the grammar curriculum taught in third grade, as well as give a great   foundation of review for students who would like more practice learning   essential grammar concepts.  This is a perfect course for students new to Whitefield entering 3rd, 4th or 5th grades. 

Teacher: Angie Boone
Dates: July 15-19, 12-3pm

Grades: rising 3rd-5th

 

Composition Writing & Grammar Combo

If someone is interested in both camps, then the price will be reduced to $350 and the student is welcome to pack a lunch and join Mrs. Boone from 11:00-12:00 to eat in the classroom, be outside for recess time, and relax before the next class begins.

Teacher: Angie Boone
Dates: July 15-19, 8am-3pm

Grades: rising 3rd-5th

 

College Essay Writing 1

During the College Essay Writing camp students will learn to develop and construct a well-written personal essay for their college applications. While the primary objective of the week is for each student to have written, edited, and finalized at least one essay, other goals include developing students’ writing skills and helping them become more reflective thinkers about the significance of their individual life stories. This highly participatory camp will cycle through periods of direct instruction, reading example essays, individual writing, and workshopping with the group as a whole.  Rising WA senior students only.  Room U-207

Teacher: Dr. Kyle Hughes
Dates: July 15-19, 9am-12pm

Grades: rising 12th

 

College Essay Writing 2

During the College Essay Writing camp students will learn to develop and construct a well-written personal essay for their college applications. While the primary objective of the week is for each student to have written, edited, and finalized at least one essay, other goals include developing students’ writing skills and helping them become more reflective thinkers about the significance of their individual life stories. This highly participatory camp will cycle through periods of direct instruction, reading example essays, individual writing, and workshopping with the group as a whole.  Rising WA senior students only.  Room U-207

Teacher: Dr. Kyle Hughes
Dates: July 22-26, 9am-12pm

Grades: rising 12th

 

Drivers Education 1

The Georgia Department of Driver Services requires a state approved 30 hour Drivers Education course for all 16 year olds in order for them to receive their driver’s license. This course may be taken before or after the student   receives their learner’s permit. This course will not include actual on the road driver training. Please note this course is licensed through the State of Georgia Department of Driver Services.

Teacher: David Watson
Dates: May 28-31, 9am-5pm

Grades: rising 9th-12th

 

Drivers Education 2

The Georgia Department of Driver Services requires a state approved 30 hour Drivers Education course for all 16 year olds in order for them to receive their driver’s license. This course may be taken before or after the student   receives their learner’s permit. This course will not include actual on the road driver training. Please note this course is licensed through the State of Georgia Department of Driver Services.

Teacher: David Watson
Dates: July 8-11, 9am-5pm

Grades: rising 9th-12th

 

Fifth Grade Boot Camp

The fourth grade teachers will do a quick review of some key concepts we’ve learned this past year. This will allow students to come back to school with a bit more CONFIDENCE and EASE! The three subjects we’ll cover will be math, grammar, and reading. Each day, campers will go through some RIGOROUS training, reminding them of skills they learned to multiply, divide, figure out fractions, and MORE! They will go back over pattern 1, 2, and 3 sentences to help “oil” those rusty grammar brains! They will be reminded of the areas of reading we’ve covered this year (plot, theme, character, setting, rising and falling action, climax, and the list goes on!)! But wait… there’s MORE! Former fifth graders will come back and help show their successors some helpful things about what to expect, organization tips, and get the campers EXCITED about the upcoming year! THIS CAMP IS GOING TO ROCK!!!

Teacher: Melinda Lee, Sarah David, Susan Underwood
Dates: July 29-Aug, 2, 9am-12pm

Grades: rising 5th

 

 

Tinker Camp

A camp for those kids that want to be creative and make new and exciting things out of wood, using the 3D printer, video screen, even robotics, etc. If you can dream of making it, we will do it!  This a great camp for those students that are looking to add to previously made items at other camps. The camp will be conducted in the New Innovation Lab using all that the Innovation Lab has to offer. Bring a snack and water bottle.

Teacher: Timothy Unsicker
Dates: June 17-21, 12-3pm

Grades: rising 3rd-12th

 

Camp Sunshine

Do you want to learn some neat tricks and helpful hints for babysitting or being a “momma’s helper”? Do you get bored at sleepovers and want to learn some new crafts and games? Ever get the itch to try your hand at karaoke or learning something NEW? Do you cherish friendship and want to know how to be the BEST friend you can be? This camp will help you with ALL of these things! We’ll even look at God’s Word to see how MUCH God loves you and learn how to stand FIRM in the Lord! Let’s get ready to have a BLAST! Fuddy duddies need not apply.

Teacher: Melinda Lee, Sarah David
Dates: June 3-7, 9am-12pm

Grades: rising 5th-7th

 

Back to Basics

This class will focus on basic life skills such as sewing on a button, writing a thank you card, planning for an event, setting a table, general etiquette, and much more.  Each day will have specific items to bring in that will be communicated before camp begins.

Teacher: Tracy Blunier
Dates: June 17-21, 12-3pm

Grades: rising 3rd-8th

 

Woodworking

This camp is for those students that have a high level of curiosity and want to learn to create things with wood.  There will be several projects going on at the same time with wood and paint included. For example, building bird houses, bug cages, go karts, rubber band guns, play camping tents, etc.  No prior knowledge of woodworking is needed for the students.  All are welcome and invited.  All tools will be provided and each student will receive the proper training for the operation of the tools.  Materials are included in the rate.

Teacher: Tim Unsicker
Dates: June 10-14, 8-11am

Grades: rising 1st-8th

 

Painting

Students will work with a variety of painting mediums including acrylic and watercolor. Students will learn how to blend paint to render depth and realism while creating landscape and close-up nature paintings. Students will also learn how to work with texture and mixed media while gaining understanding of composition while creating more creative and expressive works of art.

Teacher: Rebecca Brown
Dates: June 10-14, 12-3pm

Grades: rising 3rd-7th

 

Camp Wolfpup (Mon./ Wed./Fri ONLY)

Each day will have a Bible story time, outdoor games, a special snack, and indoor playtime. Each day will have a theme from one of Jesus’s parables. The 3 parables we will be learning about will be the lost sheep, the wise man who built his house upon a rock, and the parable of the talents. Carpool Drop off and pick up in one of the K4 classes.  We will also be outside or in the LSSAC for some activities. Please pack a water bottle with name, diapers and wipes (if needed), and a weather-appropriate change of clothes all placed in a bag with child’s name clearly labeled on the outside.  If you would like your child to wear sunscreen, please apply it before dropping them off at camp. We will provide a snack each day, but if your child has allergies, you may send a special, allergy friendly snack in their bag.  Cost of camp is $125, with a sibling discount of $100.  Discount will be given as a refund.

Teacher: Carter Fawcett
Dates: 9-11:30am/ Monday, Wednesday, Friday the week of July 15-19

Grades: Ages 2 (as of May 1) to K

 

 

Archery

Cupid,   Apollo, Artemis, William Tell, Robin Hood, Legolas Greenleaf, Katniss Everdeen, Hawkeye; what do all these characters have in common? They are all expert archers! Join me this summer and begin to learn about this ancient yet timeless sport. We will learn about the different types of bows, parts of an arrow, how to determine your dominant eye, and safety procedures. Through practice, drills, and games, you will become familiar with this fun sport of the ages!

Teacher: Tracy Blunier
Dates: June 17-21, 8-11am

Grades: rising 3rd-8th

 

Softball

PLAY BALL! Have you ever wanted to play softball or to improve your skills? Here’s your chance! Come to camp to learn/improve on your mechanics of throwing, catching, hitting, and/or pitching with the Wolf Pack softball staff!  

What to bring: water, glove, bat, cleats/old tennis shoes, hat/sunglasses (if you do not have softball equipment, contact Coach Stout at Kstout@whitefieldacademy.com and it can be provided for you.

Teacher: Kasey Stout

Dates: June 3-7, 8-11am
Grades: rising rising 2nd-6th

 

Speed and Agility

DON’T MISS THIS AMAZING OPPORTUNITY! Wolfpack speed and agility camp is designed specifically to help your son or daughter improve in areas of foot speed, coordination, strength and quickness. Wolfpack speed and agility is an up tempo, high energy 3 hour camp, full of non-stop action and fun with daily prizes! The camp will be split into two groups with both a younger and older division. Those in the younger division will work to develop basic movements and vital motor skills that will serve as an excellent platform and foundation for greater speed and agility as your child grows in the future. The older division will work on those skills as well along with more advanced movement patterns. Don’t miss this opportunity for your child to develop his or her athleticism in a huge way with this very hands-on experience with Coach McClellan!

Teacher: Jonathan McClellan

Dates: May 28-31, 8-11am
Grades: rising rising 1st-8th

 

Basketball

Basketball camp for the beginner to intermediate basketball player.  We will have a lot of skill development and time to hone their skills in small scrimmages.  We will have a SOD (skill of the day) every day including ball handling, shooting, post play, and defensive positioning.  Every day will start with a devotional and we will end the day with prayer.  Each child will receive a tee shirt for the camp. 

Teacher: Timothy Unsicker

Dates: June 17-21, 8-11am
Grades: rising K-3rd

 

Wrestling

A great camp for boys to be boys.  A week of wrestling!  Beginners will learn the fundamentals of wrestling.  Stances, rules, and beginner level moves.  More advanced wrestlers will have the opportunity to learn high level moves and participate in lots of live wrestling.  There will be portions of the week devoted to cardiovascular fitness as well as time for fun and games.  We have been fortunate the last few years we have been fortunate to have guest coaches who were NCAA All-Americans and even Olympic wrestlers.  There is an extremely high level of instruction that wrestlers get regardless of skill level at our camp.  

What to bring:  wrestling shoes if they have them, if not they can wrestle in socks or barefeet.

Teacher: Dan Young

Dates: July 8-12, 8-11am
Grades: rising 1st-8th

 

Tennis Camp 1 (Coach Smith)

Whitefield Tennis staff and Varsity players are excited to offer an opportunity for beginner and experienced tennis players alike! Those new to the sport will be able to discover more about the game of tennis, learn correct technique on strokes, and learn tennis etiquette and scoring. More experienced players will also benefit from lots of point play and various drills that will allow students to learn about court positioning, match play strategy, and technique on groundstrokes, serves, and volleys. Most importantly though, it will be a fun week that will expose students to a great sport they can enjoy for a lifetime!

What to bring: Tennis racquet, tennis shoes, water bottle, hat/visor, snack

Teacher: Ryan Smith

Dates: May28-31, 8-11am
Grades: rising Prek4-4th

 

SWAT (Student Wolfpack Athletic Training)

Does your child have an interest in athletic training or the field of sports medicine? Come take a closer look and learn many of the skills and techniques used to get athletes back on to the playing field as quickly as possible. Over the course of the camp, students will learn the many taping techniques used in the athletic training room as well as basic first aid and CPR certification. We will also cover the many function of the equipment used in athletic training as well as what to do in emergency situations. Student will also learn extensively about the profession of athletic training, the many areas of employment in the field, as well as educational requirements to become a certified athletic trainer. Camp is for all levels of S.W.A.T. members and will have different education sessions for novice as well as experienced students. Some field trips may also be scheduled! Come experience the fun and excitement of Whitefield athletic training camp!!   (Cost includes cost of lunch all 3 days, t-shirt, taping supplies, CPR certification, and field trips)

Teacher: Hilary Adams

Dates: July 8-11, 9am-3pm
Grades: rising 9th-12th

 

Soccer

Soccer camp for the beginner to intermediate soccer player.  We will have a lot of skill development and time to hone their skills in small scrimmages.  We will have many different types of games played where the athletes will become familiar and learn to love the game of soccer.  We will have a SOD (skill of the day) every day including ball handling, shooting, post play, and defensive positioning.  Every day will start with a devotional and we will end the day with prayer.  Each child will receive a tee shirt for the camp. 

Teacher: Timothy Unsicker

Dates:June 3-7, 8-11am
Grades: rising K-3rd

 

Track and Field

This is a camp for all ages looking to learn or improve on track skills including speed, technique, and mechanics. It is also an opportunity to broaden your knowledge in the “field” of track with introductions to Pole Vault, Discus, Shot put, High Jump, Long Jump, Triple Jump, and even Hurdles. Open to all athletic ability levels, you will learn different events and have a fun camp experience! Bring snacks and water. No spikes are required. 

Teacher: Allison Duncanson

Dates: July 8-12, 8-11am

Grades: rising 4th-12th

 

Wolfpack Junior LS Cheer Camp

Is your daughter interested in learning cheer basics or refining her cheerleading skills? This camp will offer instruction on correct formation of motions, introduce new, exciting chants and cheers, and work on basic stunts. We will also instruct tumbling at an appropriate level based on individual strengths and abilities. The girls would also learn a dance throughout the week. Lastly, campers will learn how to celebrate and encourage school spirit AND one another through daily devotions and team-building activities. Coached by Amelia Carmichael and Christy O’Connor

Teacher: Amelia Carmichael and Christy O’Connor

Dates: July 29-Aug 1, 8-11am

Grades: rising K-4th

 

Tennis Camp 3 (Coach Smith)

Whitefield Tennis staff and Varsity players are excited to offer an opportunity for beginner and experienced tennis players alike! Those new to the sport will be able to discover more about the game of tennis, learn correct technique on strokes, and learn tennis etiquette and scoring. More experienced players will also benefit from lots of point play and various drills that will allow students to learn about court positioning, match play strategy, and technique on groundstrokes, serves, and volleys. Most importantly though, it will be a fun week that will expose students to a great sport they can enjoy for a lifetime!  

What to bring:  Tennis racquet, tennis shoes, water bottle, hat/visor, snack

Teacher: Ryan Smith

Dates: June 24-28, 8-11am

Grades: rising PreK4-4th

 

Wolfpack Junior Cheer Camp

Is your daughter interested in learning cheer basics or refining her cheerleading skills? This camp will offer instruction on correct formation of motions, introduce new, exciting chants and cheers, and work on basic stunts. We will also instruct tumbling at an appropriate level based on individual strengths and abilities. The girls would also learn a dance throughout the week. Lastly, campers will learn how to celebrate and encourage school spirit AND one another through daily devotions and team-building activities. Coached by Jessica Vaughan and Rachel Bassing

Teacher: Jessica Vaughan and Rachel Bassing

Dates: June 17-20, 8-11am

Grades: rising K-4th

 

Football

The varsity football WolfPack coaching staff is excited to offer a junior football camp this summer. Both new and experienced players are encouraged to come out and have a blast while learning the game of football. Campers will not need pads as the camp will center around objectives, skills, technique and fundamentals. 

Teacher: Coleman Joiner

Dates: June 10-13, 11:30-2pm

Grades: rising 5th-8th

 

5th and 6th Cheerleading Camp

Is your daughter interested in learning cheer basics or refining her cheerleading skills? This camp will offer instruction on correct formation of motions, introduce new, exciting chants and cheers, and work on basic stunts. We will also instruct tumbling at an appropriate level based on individual strengths and abilities. The girls would also learn a dance throughout the week. Lastly, campers will learn how to celebrate and encourage school spirit AND one another through daily devotions and team-building activities. Coached by Amelia Carmichael and Christy O’Connor

Teacher: Amelia Carmichael and Christy O’Connor

Dates: July 29-Aug. 18-11am

Grades: rising 5th-6th

 

LS Baseball

Come out and have a blast at the Whitefield Academy baseball camp! Whether you are wanting to try the game out for the first time, looking to sharpen your skills or just love playing baseball all summer, come out and be apart of a fun week of baseball excitement. This camp will be led by our new varsity baseball head coach (Coach Shaheen) and his staff along with some of this year’s varsity baseball players. You won’t want to miss this great opportunity to learn baseball from the best at Whitefield and have fun doing it!

Teacher: Mike Shaheen

Dates: June 10-13, 9am-12pm

Grades: rising K-4th

 

Tennis Camp 2 (Half Day)

We are very excited for the new tennis facility at the school with 10 brand new beautiful tennis courts for that reason we are offering a very nice tennis camp this summer. Professional coaches and Varsity players from Whitefield will be teaching the camp.  The camp will be divided in two Groups:  
1. PreK to 3rd grade beginners (for kids that need to review and learn all basics of tennis shots, score, and learn how to play a 10 and under tennis match)
2. Competitive tennis (For kids 1st to 4th grade that already know how to play the game and have some experience with playing matches.)

Teacher: Paula Umano

Dates: June 10-14, 8-11am

Grades: rising PreK4-K

 

Tennis Camp 4 (Half Day)

We are very excited for the new tennis facility at the school with 10 brand new beautiful tennis courts for that reason we are offering a very nice tennis camp this summer. Professional coaches and Varsity players from Whitefield will be teaching the camp.  The camp will be divided in two Groups:  
1. PreK to 3rd grade beginners (for kids that need to review and learn all basics of tennis shots, score, and learn how to play a 10 and under tennis match)
2. Competitive tennis (For kids 1st to 4th grade that already know how to play the game and have some experience with playing matches.)

Teacher: Paula Umano

Dates: July 15-19, 8-11am

Grades: rising PreK4-K

 

Tennis Camp 2 (Full Day)

We are very excited for the new tennis facility at the school with 10 brand new beautiful tennis courts for that reason we are offering a very nice tennis camp this summer. Professional coaches and Varsity players from Whitefield will be teaching the camp.  The camp will be divided in two Groups:  
1. PreK to 3rd grade beginners (for kids that need to review and learn all basics of tennis shots, score, and learn how to play a 10 and under tennis match)
2. Competitive tennis (For kids 1st to 4th grade that already know how to play the game and have some experience with playing matches.)

Teacher: Paula Umano

Dates: June 10-14, 8am--2pm

Grades: rising 1st-5th

 

Tennis Camp 4 (Full Day)

We are very excited for the new tennis facility at the school with 10 brand new beautiful tennis courts for that reason we are offering a very nice tennis camp this summer. Professional coaches and Varsity players from Whitefield will be teaching the camp.  The camp will be divided in two Groups:  
1. PreK to 3rd grade beginners (for kids that need to review and learn all basics of tennis shots, score, and learn how to play a 10 and under tennis match)
2. Competitive tennis (For kids 1st to 4th grade that already know how to play the game and have some experience with playing matches.)

Teacher: Paula Umano

Dates: July 15-19, 8am--2pm

Grades: rising 1st-5th

 

MS Baseball

Come out and have a blast at the Whitefield Academy baseball camp! Whether you are wanting to try the game out for the first time, looking to sharpen your skills or just love playing baseball all summer, come out and be apart of a fun week of baseball excitement. This camp will be led by our new varsity baseball head coach (Coach Shaheen) and his staff along with some of this year’s varsity baseball players. You won’t want to miss this great opportunity to learn baseball from the best at Whitefield and have fun doing it!

Teacher: Mike Shaheen

Dates: June 24-27, 9am-12pm

Grades: rising 5th-8th

 

LS Wolfpack Soccer

Begin or continue your preparation for becoming a part of the Whitefield soccer program.  During this camp you will learn the Whitefield Way when it comes to the game of soccer, you will develop the skill, focus and attitude that have been the tenets for the Wolfpack’s success out on the soccer pitch.  Get a head start on becoming a part of the next generation of the Whitefield varsity soccer team this summer.  

Teacher: Coach Hellier with past and present members of the Whitefield varsity soccer program

Dates: June 10-14, 8-11am

Grades: rising 1th-4th

 

MS Wolfpack Soccer

Begin or continue your preparation for becoming a part of the Whitefield soccer program.  During this camp you will learn the Whitefield Way when it comes to the game of soccer, you will develop the skill, focus and attitude that have been the tenets for the Wolfpack’s success out on the soccer pitch.  Get a head start on becoming a part of the next generation of the Whitefield varsity soccer team this summer

Teacher: Coach Hellier with past and present members of the Whitefield varsity soccer program

Dates: June 10-14, 12-3pm

Grades: rising 5th-8th

 

Ruck Camp

Rucking is walking with a loaded backpack – and not just in the woods! “Ruck”, short for “rucksack”, is military slang for a backpack. This is a cheap, simple exercise that burns calories and builds aerobic endurance due to the added weight.  Rucking is deceptively effective. It sounds simple, but it can burn up to two times the number of calories when compared to an unweighted walk. What’s more, it can benefit your posture and back strength. 

 

Each day we will visit local state parks with hiking trails and spend a portion of the day rucking through the wilderness of GA. Campers should bring a camelbak pack that they can have filled with water for the ruck.  Camper should also wear shoes that will be good for walking in for about an hour and a half.  Lastly campers should wear clothes they could potentially get dirty and wet in.  Some parks we ruck in will be near streams or flowing rivers.  We may end a ruck a little early and give ruckers a chance to cool off especially if it is a hot day.

Campers must bring/provide: camelbak pack ,comfortable shoes, towel, sunscreen

We will provide: paying the entrance fees to parks, bottled water for after ruck, snacks for during and after ruck, transportation to and from ruck sites

Teacher: Dan Young

Dates: May 28-31, Tues.-Thurs. (8am-12pm) and Friday (8am-3pm)

Grades: rising 6th-8th