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Whitefield Academy Summer Programs offers spiritual, physical, educational, and mental growth in a loving, caring, safe, and Christ-centered environment. Campers age 4 through rising high-school seniors will find the perfect summer adventure at Whitefield's top-rated summer camps!

 

Whitefield Summer Programs are open to the public and run throughout the summer, from May 31 through July 29, 2022.


FIND THE CAMP THAT'S RIGHT FOR YOU!

Pick a customized camp program where your child can dive deep into areas of interest, or they can have a blast at our weekly high-energy Camp Whitefield -- within a nurturing Christ-centered environment.  Click on the tabs below to find out more information.

*Camp registration will close on Wednesday at 5:00 p.m. for the following week of camp.


Frequently Asked Questions

How do I register for camps?
Register online beginning in February. 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.

What forms of payment can I use?
We accept Visa, MasterCard, Discovery, American Express.

Will I receive a receipt or confirmation?
Yes, you will receive an email confirmation once you have completed registration. 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.

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 camps are open to everyone. If there is an exception for only Whitefield students, those camps will be 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, has a snack, and gets from camp to camp. They will even get a Camp Whitefield t-shirt! 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 Heather Barnes 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. In case of withdrawal due to death in the family, the family and the summer program will share the loss equally. Changing camp enrollment to another camp would be permitted. For an illness, written notice from a physician may be required before the refund is issued. Please contact Heather Barnes to discuss arrangements.

Refunds
100% Refunds will be issued until April 30, 2022. Beginning May 1, 2022 refunds will be issued minus 50% of registration fee.

Cancellations
Whitefield Academy will review all camp enrollment two weeks prior to the start of the camp. Any camp that has not met the minimum number required will be canceled and registered campers will be notified in order to select a new camp choice. If you are unable to make a new selection, a refund will be issued.

Changes
Camp enrollment may be switched to another camp up to 5 days prior to camp start. If the cost of the new program is higher than the original, the difference will be charged to your account.

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.

Camp Whitefield is a Christ-centered summer day camp for rising PreK through rising 8th grade students. 

 

Campers are divided into age-specific groups (Wee Whitefield for rising PreK4 students, Lower School Camp Whitefield for rising kindergarteners through 4th grade students, and Middle School Camp Whitefield for rising 5th - 8th grade students.) They spend their days playing games, enjoying arts and crafts, and enjoying weekly field trips all based around weekly themes. Campers compete and practice their skills in age-appropriate physical challenges, gain educational knowledge, and explore God’s creation in a fun and caring environment. Read more below about the age-specific programs, and go to this site to register for Camp Whitefield Summer 2022.

 

  • Wee Whitefield is an abbreviated version of Camp Whitefield for rising PreK children. 

From 8 a.m. to 12 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 includes lunch, t-shirt, craft supplies, and Wacky Wednesday activities. Wee Whitefield campers must be four years of age by September 1st and there is a limit of 10 campers per week. Parents will pick up in the Lower School Student Activity Center (LSSAC) after lunch. Before Care is open to Wee Whitefield campers for an additional fee. 

 

 

Contact Wee Whitefield Camp Director with questions: Jan Hawkins, 678-305-2907

 

  • Lower School Camp Whitefield is a Christ-centered day camp for rising kindergartners through rising 4th-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 Lower School 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 guarantee to be messy fun, so be sure to wear a bathing suit and old clothes every Wednesday.  Cost includes lunch, snack, field trip, t-shirt, craft supplies, and Wacky Wednesday activities. 

 

Contact Lower School Camp Whitefield Director with questions:  Jan Hawkins, 678-305-2907

 

  • Middle School Camp Whitefield is a Christ-centered day camp for rising 5th through 8th-graders. 

Every day will be a new adventure for the middle school campers. The day begins at 8 a.m. and ends at 3 p.m. We will have a 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 includes lunch, snack, field trips, t-shirt, supplies, and Wacky Wednesday activities.

 

Contact Middle School Camp Whitefield Directors Katie Kling or Julie Flores with questions here.

 


CAMPUS MAP AND DIRECTIONS

To find the meeting location of your program and see driving directions to campus, head to our campus map and directions page.


BEFORE AND AFTER CARE

 

For an additional fee, we offer before care starting at 7:30 a.m. until the start of camp at 8 a.m. After care for all-day camps or afternoon camps is available from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m. Before care and after care can be added during camp registration

 

Before care costs: $5/day or $20/week

 

After care costs: $20/day or $80/week

 


 

DISCOUNTS!

 

Early bird special - get 10% off (automatically applied) when registration is completed by March 1st. 


Referral discount -
Tell others about us and for every non-Whitefield student you refer, you get $50 off your camp.


For more information about Summer Programs, please contact Heather Barnes, Summer Programs Director at hbarnes@whitefieldacademy.com or 678-305-1427.

Specialty Camps: Academics

 

Please see the Academics specialty camps descriptions and schedule below:


What’s New in First Grade? 1 and 2

Leader: Laurel Runager

Dates: June 27 - July 1, July 11 - 15

Time: 8:00-11:00am

Cost: $300

Rising First Graders

 

Do you want to be the first to know all about "First Grade"? Join us for a FUN and exciting week as we explore all the things you need to know about "First Grade". The course will involve multi-sensory activities, phonics games, and exploring daily literature experiences. Camp is open to rising first graders or completed first graders that want a review before second grade. Whitefield and Non-Whitefield students are welcome. See you there!!  Be sure to pack a water bottle and snack each day.  LS Room 111

 

Chess Camp

Leader: Kyle Justice

Dates: July 25 - 29

Time: 1:00-4:30pm

Cost: $200

Grades 1st-6th

 

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. US Room 102

 

College Essay Writing 1 and 2 (Seniors only)

Leader: Dr. Kyle Hughes

Dates: June 13 - 17, June 27 - July 1

Time: 9:00am-12:00

Cost: $285

 

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.  Students may bring their laptops. Rising WA senior students only.  US Room 207

 

Driver’s Education 1 and 2

Leader: Tracy Blunier and Matthew David

Dates: June 6 - 10, July 18 - 22

Time: 9:00am-3:00pm

Cost: $150

Grades 9th-12th

 

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. US Lecture Hall

 

Fifth Grade Bootcamp

Leaders: Melinda Lee, Sarah David, Morgan Johnson

Dates: July 25 - 29

Time: 8:00-11:00am

Cost: $200

Rising 5th Graders

 

Miss Lee, Mrs. David, and Miss Johnson 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 focus on 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 (character, theme, cause/effect, similes, metaphors, alliteration, and the list goes on!)! But wait… there’s MORE! Former fifth graders will 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!!! Students should bring folder, pencil, snack and water bottle each day. LS Room 204


Camp Invention 

Leader: Kevin Spingler

Dates: July 11 - 15

Time: 8:00-3:00pm 

Cost: $295

Rising Grades 2nd-6th

 

Camp Invention® is coming back to Whitefield Academy! This inspiring experience has received rave reviews from campers, parents and teachers, and now it’s returning with an all-new program, Explore! From July 11 to July 15, children in grades 2-6 will team up with friends for fun, hands-on STEM adventures, from adopting a robotic fish to exploring space to building robotic artists and marble arcades! Each activity sparks creativity and builds confidence. Lunch is included 

 

Secure your spot at invent.org/mylocalcamp and use promo code SUM25 by 3/31 to save $25. LS Rooms 212, 214, 216

 

Register Here 

 

Intensive Virtual Help Desk – Math 

Required: $350 

 

This course is offered as a means for students who did not pass math during either the 1st or 2nd semester or both. Students will be enrolled in a curated course offered virtually through Schoology and Zoom. No time on campus will be required, only access to the internet. Students will work individually on the skills that are assigned through Khan Academy and IXL. Teachers will be available for consultation in 15 minute windows throughout the summer on Tuesdays and Thursdays between 9 am and 12 pm. In addition to the available bi-weekly support, students will be required to sign up for two afternoon sessions in June and two afternoon sessions in July between 1 pm and 3 pm where they will demonstrate their learning to the teacher serving on the help desk. More information is contained in the email sent individually to select families by Dr. Horner and Mrs. Karvis. 

  

Recommended Virtual Help Desk- Math 

Recommended: $250 

 

This course is offered as a means for students who demonstrated some degree of struggle in Math during either the 1st or 2nd semester or both. Students will be enrolled in a curated course offered virtually. No time on campus will be required, only access to the internet. Students will work individually on the skills that are assigned through Khan Academy and IXL. Teachers will be available for consultation in 15 minute windows throughout the summer on Tuesdays and Thursdays between 9 am and 12 pm. More information is contained in the email sent individually to select families by Dr. Horner and Mrs. Karvis. 

  

Intensive Virtual Help Desk – Reading 

Required: $350 

 

This course is offered as a means for students who did not pass English/Language Arts during either the 1st or 2nd semester or both. Students will be enrolled in a curated course offered virtually through Schoology and Zoom. No time on campus will be required, only access to the internet. Students will work individually on the skills that are assigned through No Red Ink and STAR and Khan Academy. Teachers will be available for consultation in 15 minute windows throughout the summer on Tuesdays and Thursdays between 9 am and 12 pm. In addition to the available bi-weekly support, students will be required to sign up for two afternoon sessions in June and two afternoon sessions in July between 1 pm and 3 pm where they will demonstrate their learning to the teacher serving on the help desk. More information is contained in the email sent individually to select families by Dr. Horner and Mrs. Karvis. 

  

Recommended Virtual Help Desk- Reading 

Recommended: $250 

 

This course is offered as a means for students who demonstrated some degree of struggle in English/Language Arts during either the 1st or 2nd semester or both. Students will be enrolled in a curated course offered virtually through Schoology and Zoom. No time on campus will be required, only access to the internet. Students will work individually on the skills that are assigned through No Red Ink and STAR and Khan Academy. Teachers will be available for consultation in 15 minute windows throughout the summer on Tuesdays and Thursdays between 9 am and 12 pm. More information is contained in the email sent individually to select families by Dr. Horner and Mrs. Karvis. 

 


BEFORE AND AFTER CARE


For an additional fee, we offer before care starting at 7:30 a.m. until the start of camp at 8 a.m. After care for all-day camps or afternoon camps is available from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m. Before care and after care can be added during camp registration. 

 

Before care costs: $5/day or $20/week

 

After care costs: $20/day or $80/week

Specialty Camps: Arts

 

Please see the Arts specialty camps descriptions and schedule below:


Camp Wolf Pup

Leader: Carter Fawcett 

Dates: July 18 - 22

Time: 8:00-11:00am Monday, Wednesday, Friday ONLY

Cost: $125

Grade PreK

 

Each day we will have a Bible story time, outdoor games, a special snack, and indoor playtime. If you would like your child to wear sunscreen or bug spray, please apply it before dropping them off.  We will provide a snack each day, but if your child has allergies, please provide a special allergy friendly snack in their bag. 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 the child’s name clearly labeled on the outside.  LS Room 105


All Things Paint

Leader: Kim Machnik

Dates: June 6 - 10

Time: 8:00-11:00am

Cost: $225

Grades 2nd-5th

 

 A fine art camp dedicated to using a variety of painting media including but not limited to watercolor, watercolor pencil, and acrylic paint. Students will also get instruction in both drawing and painting techniques.   

Please bring a smocks or wear clothing appropriate for painting, students may be using acrylic paint which does not wash out of clothing! MS Art Room

 

Under The Sea

Leader: Kim Machnik 

Dates: June 6 - 10

Time: 12:00-3:00pm

Cost: $225

Grades 2nd-6th

 

A fine art camp dedicated to creating art works all related to life under the sea. We will use both 2 and 3-dimensional media including but not limited to, paper mache, watercolor and acrylic paint, and polymer clay to create several finished artworks. 

Please bring a smocks or wear clothing appropriate for painting! Students may be using acrylic paint which does not wash out of clothes! MS Art Room

 

 

Dance Camp 1 

Leader: Dan Young

Dates: June 6 - 10

Time: 8:00-11:00am

Cost: $200

Grades K-2nd

 

Students will learn the fundamentals of ballet and jazz taught by US students Katelyn Young, Priscilla Kennedy, and Emma Vreeland.  All have extensive years of dance in these areas performing in both competitions and productions throughout Georgia.  There will also be a small choreographed performance each group will learn throughout the week to be performed on the final day for parents at the end of the class. Please wear comfortable clothes and bring a water bottle. BBT-US Theater 

 

Dance Camp  2

Leader: Dan Young

Dates: June 6 - 10

Time: 12:00-3:00pm

Cost: $200

Grades 3rd-4th

 

Students will learn the fundamentals of ballet and jazz taught by US students Katelyn Young, Priscilla Kennedy, and Emma Vreeland.  All have extensive years of dance in these areas performing in both competitions and productions throughout Georgia.  There will also be a small choreographed performance each group will learn throughout the week to be performed on the final day for parents at the end of the class. Please wear comfortable clothes and bring a water bottle. BBT-US Theater 

 


Adventure Camp

Leaders: Katie Kling and P.J. Miller

Dates: June 13 - 17

Time: 8:00-5:00pm

Cost: $500

Grades 5th-8th

 

Each day will test your strength as we 'battle the elements" on various field trips. We will go on a different field trip every day. 

 

Earth- rock climbing

Air- Zipline

Water- Rafting

Fire- Cooking

 

On the last day we will have competition day and apply the skills we have learned. Do you have what it takes? Lunch and T-shirt included. Please wear comfortable clothes and shoes, sunscreen, bug spray and bring a water bottle. 

 

Outside the Lines

Leader: Rebecca Hall

Dates: June 20 - 24

Time: 8:00-11:00am

Cost: $275

Grades 3rd-5th

 

Students will be able to explore their artistic side through arts and crafts activities of all kinds, using a variety of different materials. There are many ways to finish an arts project – and each student will get to explore the fun of making their art their own way. Please wear smocks or clothes that are OK to get messy and a water bottle. LS Classroom 210


Introduction to Theater

Leader: Caroline Kraehe

Dates: June 27 - July 1

Time: 8:00-11:00am

Cost: $220

Grades 1st-4th

 

A thorough (and fun!) introduction to the excitement and energy of the dramatic arts and a terrific warm up before middle school drama classes and auditions! Students begin by learning about basic theatre etiquette and stage directions as we tour Whitefield Academy’s black box theater. Students will learn about gesture, vocal dynamics, blocking, and other basic acting skills as we explore various famous fairy tales. They will engage with story in new ways through words, voice, mime, creative movement, emotions, and use of space. Students will learn to perform individually and collaboratively as they explore the power of drama through simple skits and improvisation exercises. No special equipment required; just bring your imagination! Please bring a water bottle. BBT-US Theater 


Listen to Your Art

Leader: Rebecca Hall

Dates: June 27 - July 1

Time: 8:00-11:00am

Cost: $275

Grades 5th-8th

 

Students will enjoy a variety of arts and crafts activities using many different materials. There will be many planned activities, but also planned time for students to pick their own materials to create something fun on their own. Please wear smocks or clothes that are ok to get messy and a water bottle. LS Classroom 210


Theater Camp: An Exploration of Shakespeare

Leader: Caroline Kraehe

Dates: June 27 - July 1

Time: 12:00-3:00pm

Cost: $300

Grades 5th-8th

 

A fun exploration of excerpts from various Shakespearean plays such as the comedy A Midsummer Night's Dream and the tragedy of Macbeth. Campers will learn and hone basic acting skills in preparation for high school auditions and classes. A great, stress free way to find out if drama is something you would like to pursue and a marvelous introduction to the world and writings of William Shakespeare!

 

The One Act Competition play auditions start in August and are OPEN to rising 9th graders who ARE NOT IN THE DRAMA CLASS. Great opportunity to prep that audition piece. During camp, we will also do a round table read though of the actual competition script!

 

Please bring a notebook, pencils and water bottle. BBT-US Theater

 

Nature Adventures

Leader: Jessica Bassett

Dates: July 18 - 22

Time: 8:00-3:00pm

Cost: $225

Grades 1st-4th

 

Come explore God's good creation!  Campers will tend to the Whitefield Garden, participate in activities about composting and vermiculture (worms!), and even do some cooking with produce from the garden.  Students may also participate in a farm stand to take donations for the Whitefield Ecuador missions team during camp dismissal. Lunch is included. Please wear sunscreen & bug spray and bring a water bottle. Whitefield Garden (by old LS Playground)

 

Camposaurus Rex

Leader: Rebecca Hall

Dates: June 13 - 17

Time: 8:00-11:00am

Cost: $275

Grades 2nd-4th

 

This is a dinosaur themed Arts & Crafts camp! Students will have fun with a variety of different arts and crafts activities focused on dinosaurs! Activities will be on a variety of levels and using different materials so that children will have fun but also be challenged to grow in their creative abilities.

 

Please wear smocks or clothes that are OK to get messy! Some of our art supplies may not wash out of clothing. Please bring a water bottle.  LS Classroom 210


BEFORE AND AFTER CARE

For an additional fee, we offer before care starting at 7:30 a.m. until the start of camp at 8 a.m. After care for all-day camps or afternoon camps is available from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m. Before care and after care can be added during camp registration. 

 

Before care costs: $5/day or $20/week

 

After care costs: $20/day or $80/week

Specialty Camps: Sports

 

Please see the Sports specialty camps descriptions and schedule below:


Speed and Agility (Boys and Girls Divided) 

Leaders: Kerri and Brandon Dobo

Dates: May 31 - June 3

Time: 8:00-11:00am

Cost: $210

Grades 2nd-12th

 

New this year....The Dobo-DUO!   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 the Dobo's! *New this year--special S & A t-shirt with camp registration* Please wear sunscreen, bring a water bottle and snack. Athletic Center


Wrestling

Leader: Dan Young

Dates: May 31 - June 3

Time: 8:00-11:00am

Cost: $200

Grades 1st-8th

 

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 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.  

 

Please bring a water bottle and wrestling shoes if they have them, if not they can wrestle in socks or barefeet. Wrestling Room inside Athletic Center

 

Tennis 1

Leader: Coach Paula, Certified Tennis Instructor

Dates: May 31 - June 3

Time: 8:00-11:00am

Cost: $245

Grades K-4th

 

Based on the net generation tennis program of the United States tennis Association' kids will learn and improve their tennis game.  Popsicles prizes and fun getting wet will be part of the program.  Grades K to 4 grade (Players will be divided in groups according to their age and tennis level)

 

1. K 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.)

Please wear tennis shoes and a hat/visor and bring a tennis racquet, water bottle and snack. Tennis Courts

 

Tennis 2 and 3

Leader: Colin Sylvester, Head Tennis Coach

Dates: July 18 - 22, July 25 - 29

Time: 12:00-3:00pm

Cost: $180

Grades 1st-4th

 

Players will be divided in groups according to their age and tennis level and learn all basics of tennis shots, score, and learn how to play a tennis match.

 

Please wear tennis shoes and a hat/visor and bring a tennis racquet, water bottle and snack. Tennis Courts

 

SWAT

Leader: Brandon Dobo

Dates: June 13 - 17

Time: 9:00-3:00pm M-W, 9:00-1:00pm TH (No Friday)

Cost: $200

Grades 9th-12th

 

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 4 days, t-shirt, taping supplies, CPR certification, and field trips. Wolfpack Den

 

Cheer Camp 1 and 2

Leader: Amelia Carmichael, Rachel Bassing and Jennifer Whitaker 

Dates: June 20 - 24, July 18 - 22

Time: 8:00-11:00am

Cost: $180

Grades PreK-6th

 

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. Please bring a water bottle. Athletic Center

 

Football

Leader: Coleman Joiner

Dates: July 18 - 22

Time: 9:00-11am (No Friday)

Cost: $180

Grades 3rd-8th

 

The varsity football 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 camp will center around objectives, skills,  techniques and fundamentals. Please put on sunscreen before your child arrives and wear comfortable clothing and cleats. If you do not have cleats, athletic shoes are good too. Please bring a water bottle. Athletic Field 

 

Baseball 1 and 2

Leader: Mike Shaheen

Dates: June 6 - 9, July 18 - 21

Time: 8:00-11:00am (No Friday)

Cost: $180

Grades 2nd-7th

 

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 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! Please wear comfortable clothes, hat, cleats (if you have them) and bring a glove and water bottle. Baseball Fields

 

 

5th and 6th Grade Volleyball 1

Leader: Casey Brothers

Dates: June 13 - 14

Time: Monday-Tuesday Only 8:00-11:00am

Cost: $150

 

This camp is designed to teach the game of volleyball in a fun and positive atmosphere. We will focus on individual development and self-confidence. Campers will receive skill instruction under the direction of varsity volleyball coach Casey Brothers, and will also get an opportunity to play competitive games. Each camper will be taught fundamental skills in a fun environment!  Please wear comfortable clothes and bring a water bottle and knee pads. Athletic Center

 

7th and 8th Grade Volleyball 2

Leader: Casey Brothers

Dates: June 15 - 16

Time: Wednesday-Thursday Only 8:00-3:00pm

Cost: $160

 

This camp is designed to teach the game of volleyball in a fun and positive atmosphere. We will focus on individual development and self-confidence. Campers will receive skill instruction under the direction of varsity volleyball coach Casey Brothers, and will also get an opportunity to play competitive games. Each camper will be taught fundamental skills in a fun environment!  Lunch is included. Please wear comfortable clothes and bring a water bottle and knee pads. Athletic Center

 

Basketball (Boys)

Leader: Courtney Brooks

Dates: June 6 - 10

Time: 8:00-11:00am

Cost: $150

Grades 4th-8th

 

Coach Courtney Brooks, WolfPack Boys Basketball Coach will conduct a co-ed basketball camp for boys and girls ages 8-14. The Fundamental Basketball Camp will focus on the five basic fundamentals for development: Passing, Shooting, Dribbling, Rebounding and Defense. Camp will also focus on fundamental conditioning training to help young basketball players become better athletes: speed training, speed ladder, mini hurdles and jump rope.

 

Please bring a water Bottle, a great attitude and energy to have fun while working hard! Athletic Center

 

The Great Outdoors

Leader: Dan Young

Dates: May 31 - June 3

Time: 12:00-3:00 pm

Cost: $275

Grades 7th-8th

 

Does your son/daughter enjoy the outdoors?  Do they go into the woods in your backyard and disappear for hours exploring?  Do they see a stream and immediately jump in?  If so, The Great Outdoors Camp is a great fit for them.  The week will cover hiking, kayaking, archery, and fly fishing. We will spend 2 days visiting local state parks and getting a tour with the park rangers as well as kayaking.  We will spend one day learning archery on campus.  The final 2 days we will learn the art of fly fishing (how to tie flies, how to cast, knot tying, etc.) as well as take a trip to a local stream to catch some trout.

 

Please wear comfortable clothes and shoes, clothes that can get dirty and wet, sunscreen, and a water bottle.

 

Technika Soccer Camp

Leader: Amy Feigl, Director

Dates: June 13 - 17, July 18 - 22 (Recreational and Competitive Camp options for both weeks)

Time: 8:00-12:00pm Half Day, 8:00-3:00pm Full Day

Grades PreK-12th

 

Technika Academy's Rec Summer Camp is a great way to keep your touch on the ball over the summer season and have FUN while doing it.  This camp is designed for the recreational player or those looking to learn more about the game of soccer. Our Competitive Camps are designed for the Academy or Select player. Please bring cleats (or tennis shoes), shin guards, water, athletic clothes, and appropriately sized soccer ball; also any medical equipment or epi pens, etc. that we'll keep with the on-site nurse. Upper Fields 

 

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Soccer Camp 1

Leader: Kerri Dobo

Dates: June 20 - 24

Time: 8:00-11:00am (No Friday)

Cost: $210

Grades 1st-4th

 

Whether this is your son or daughter's first time playing soccer or he/she has been playing for a little while, this camp will be a good time for all soccer players to come out and practice their skills! There will be plenty of skill drills, small sided games, and lots of fun! This camp will be led by the Varsity Girls Soccer coach (Kerri Dobo) and your child will also get to receive some instruction from our middle school and varsity soccer players! This year, you will even get a special camp t-shirt! Please bring a soccer ball, water bottle, athletic clothes, shin guards, cleats or sneakers. Upper Fields  

 

Soccer Camp 2

Leader: Kerri Dobo

Dates: June 20 - 24

Time: 12:00-3:00pm (No Friday)

Cost: $210

Grades 5th-8th

 

Whether this is your son or daughter's first time playing soccer or he/she has been playing for a little while, this camp will be a good time for all soccer players to come out and practice their skills! There will be plenty of skill drills, small sided games, and lots of fun! This camp will be led by the Varsity Girls Soccer coach (Kerri Dobo) and your child will also get to receive some instruction from our middle school and varsity soccer players! This year, you will even get a special camp t-shirt! Please bring soccer ball, water bottle, athletic clothes, shin guards, cleats or sneakers. Upper Fields    

 

Softball

Leader: Thomas Turner

Dates: July 25 - 29

Time: 8:00-11:00am

Cost: $150

Grades K-6th

 

This camp will focus on the principles of Softball and improve fundamentals skills.

 

Please bring a water bottle, glove, bat, cleats or sneakers.  Baseball Fields 

 

Basketball (Girls)

Leader: Anthony Myers

Dates: June 27 - July 1

Time: 8:00-11:00am

Cost: $180

Grades 1st-8th

 

Whitefield Girls' Basketball Camp is a 3-hour day camp that utilizes small-group training sessions as well as position-focused drills to teach players the fundamentals of basketball.  Sessions will focus on shooting, dribbling, passing, defense and more.  Campers will get to apply the skills learned in fun, appropriate games and competitions daily.  All campers will receive a post-camp analysis report with coach feedback and important takeaways. Please wear comfortable clothes and sneakers and bring a water bottle. Athletic Center

 

Fast and Furious Track and Field

Leader: Allison Duncanson

Dates: June 13th-17th

Time: 8:00-11:00am

Cost: $180

Grades 3rd-8th

 

Runners starting in 3rd grade and up can attend this Fast & Furious track and field camp to get exposure to the sport and develop speed, form, and technique. Campers will develop skills and use a variety of techniques from pushing sleds to parachutes. Campers will work on acceleration, drive, form, and fitness! Please wear comfortable clothes and sneakers and bring a water bottle. Football Track

 

All Sports Camp

Leader: Justin Krueger

Date: May 31- June 3

Time: 8:00am-3:00pm 

Cost: $200

Grade: PreK-4th

 

Come join the fun at The new Whitefield All-Sports Camp! Our focus will be on developing a wide range of skills and fundamentals that can benefit athletes in any sport or physical activity. From throwing to catching, skipping, running, chasing, kicking, passing, shooting, and defending! This camp provides athletes with the opportunity to show off their diverse set of skills, while working to improve in different areas. Sports that will be available include Basketball, Softball/Wiffle-Ball, Lacrosse, Flag-Football, Cheerleading, Soccer, and more! There will also be plenty of time for other cooperative, and competitive, games!  Don’t miss this chance to have fun AND improve upon your sports for next season! Lunch is included. Please wear comfortable clothes and sneakers and bring a water bottle. Lower Field

 

Pole Vault Clinic

Leaders: Brent Vanderpool, Whitefield Track and Field Pole Vault Coach, and Todd Brown, Assistant Varsity Track Coach

Date: June 13th-17th

Time: 12pm-3:00pm 

Cost: $180

Grade: 6th-12th

 

Come join the fun at The new Whitefield All-Sports Camp! Our focus will be on developing a wide range of skills and fundamentals that can benefit athletes in any sport or physical activity. From throwing to catching, skipping, running, chasing, kicking, passing, shooting, and defending! This camp provides athletes with the opportunity to show off their diverse set of skills, while working to improve in different areas. Sports that will be available include Basketball, Softball/Wiffle-Ball, Lacrosse, Flag-Football, Cheerleading, Soccer, and more! There will also be plenty of time for other cooperative, and competitive, games!  Don’t miss this chance to have fun AND improve upon your sports for next season! Lunch is included. Please wear comfortable clothes and sneakers and bring a water bottle. Lower Field


BEFORE AND AFTER CARE

 

For an additional fee, we offer before care starting at 7:30 a.m. until the start of camp at 8 a.m. After care for all-day camps or afternoon camps is available from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m. Before care and after care can be added during camp registration. 

 

Before care costs: $5/day or $20/week

 

After care costs: $20/day or $80/week