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2019 Summer Camps and Classes Registration

Holy Family Catholic High School Camps and Clinics for Youth are offered throughout the school year and in the summer months. All camps are led by our varsity coaches. See our current offerings below. 

Downloadable catalog of summer camps: Summer Camp Catalog


 

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Athletic Camps
Basketball Shooting Skills for Boys and Girls

This will be a fundamental-intensive camp that will not feature full court games, or any non-shooting contests.  This camp is designed for players who are passionate about the game, and interested in investing time before and after camp to become a great shooter. Fundamentals that will be emphasized: 1. Proper shooting form; 2. Balance and ability to shoot on the move; 3. Using the dribble to create a shot; 4.Shooting off of the catch.

Each player will have their shot analyzed on video, and have the opportunity to receive feedback from the Holy Family coaching staff and players.  Drills, techniques, and repetition will help establish a foundation for future improvements.

$ 50July 11 Only, Thursday   
 9:00 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.
  
Boys Basketball

Gear up for a camp focusing on individual fundamentals, drill work, and five-on-five games with 2014 Section 6AAA Coach of the Year Matt Thuli and players. Contact Coach Thuli with any questions at thulim@hfchs.org

$ 100Grades 4-6   
 June 24-27 (M-Th) - 11:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m.
$ 100Grades 7 and 8   
 June 24-27 (M-Th) - 9:00 a.m. - 11:00 a.m.
  
Fencing
Focus is on basic elements of fencing's rules, footwork,blade skills, and competition. No experience is necessary and equipment will be provided. This camp is led by Holy Family Varsity Fencing Coach Zach Brown. Contact Coach Brown with any questions at brownz@hfchs.org
$ 125Grades 6-9    Enrollment Limit: 12
 July 8-11 (M-Th) - 10:00 a.m.-Noon
  
Fire Power 2018
Summer strength, speed, and explosiveness training for athletes in grades 9-12.

Join the Fire coaching and strength staff for 5 weeks of intensive strength, speed, and explosiveness training. We will employ a variety of techniques that have been proven effective to promote athletic development, while pushing each individual to improve their speed, strength, explosiveness, flexibility, and overall fitness. The strategies employed include, but are not limited to weight training, interval training, yoga, and conditioning.

We are committed to fostering a spirit of camaraderie, centered around the concept of helping each individual develop to their fullest potential. Athletes will be grouped by age, ability, and maturity level throughout the clinic to ensure that we meet each student at their current level, while helping them to see improved performance.

Contact activities director Nick Tibesar with any questions at tibesarn@hfchs.org
$ 150Session 1: 9:00-10:45am, grades 9-12   
 June 11- July 19, M-Th, grades 9-12
$ 275Session 3: 12:00-2:30pm   
 June 11- July 19, M-Th
$ 150Session 2: 11:00am-Noon, grades 7-8   
 June 11- July 19, M-Th, grades 7-8
  
Football Camp featuring NFL MVP Rich Gannon

Join the FIRE Football staff for a comprehensive skill development and competition clinic featuring 17-Year NFL Veteran and 2002 NFL MVP Quarterback Rich Gannon. Contact Head Coach Tim Triplett with questions at triplettt@hfchs.org.
 

$ 75Football Grades 3 - 8   
 Tuesday, June 18 - 8:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.
  
Football Offensive Line Camp

This camp focuses on specialized skills and drills for offensive linemen. (Helmets only)  Film review is incorporated into this camp. HF head coach Tim Triplett will be joined by college offensive line coaches and members of his Fire football coaching staff. Contact Coach Triplett at triplettt@hfchs.org with any questions.

$ 75June 11-13, (T, W, Th), 6:00-7:30 p.m.. Grades 8-12   
 OL Camp
  
Girls Basketball

Work on basketball fundamentals (shooting, passing, ball handling) as well as team skills (defense and rebounding drills, offensive skills). This camp is led by HF girls basketball head coach Adrian Turner. Contact Coach Turner with any questions at hfaturner@gmail.com

$ 100Grades 5 - 8   
 June 17-20, M-Th, 9:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m.
  
Girls Lacrosse

Campers will work on individual skills, including footwork, conditioning, and stick skills. Fundamental team concepts in offense and defense will also be taught. This camp is led by HF girls lacrosse head coach Laura Hunt. Contact her at laurahunt85@gmail.com with any questions.

$ 75Girls Lacrosse 1-Day Camp   
 July 13, Saturday Only, 9:00 a.m.-Noon, Grades K-8
$ 100Girls Lacrosse Weekdays   
 June 18-20, T-Th, 9:00 a.m.-10:30 a.m., Grades K-8
  
Middle School Spring Track Club - Grades 5-8
Join the Holy Family Catholic H.S. Track & Field team for a 5-week skill-building and competition clinic. Train with the Holy Family FIRE Track & Field coaches 3 days per week (Mondays, Wednesdays, & Fridays from 5:30-7pm) to explore the different events of track and field, learn new athletic skills, make friends, improve your overall fitness, and find your niche! This clinic also includes 2-3 local Saturday afternoon meets where participants will be able to track their growth. Contact Alex Krause (alexkrause13@gmail.com) or Ron Hoffman (ronald_hoffman5@yahoo.com) with questions.
$ 100Grades 5-8    
 April 15 - May 18 - M, W and F - 5:30-7 p.m.
  
Soccer Advanced Skills for Boys and Girls

We will help your child advance in the areas they need most improvement and/or further development. This camp will focus on age appropriate TECHNICAL DEVELOPMENT (dribbling, ball control, passing, receiving, shooting), MATCH STRATEGY (attacking, defending, ball movement, communication) and POSITION-SPECIFIC INSTRUCTION (making runs, reading the game, responsibilities during the match). Our instruction will not include boring drills, repetition around cones or simple exercises your child might have done several times in the past. Camps will be instructed by Holy Family's Boys Varsity Coach Jorge Oconitrillo. Contact him at oconitrillojo@hfchs.org with any questions.

$ 100Ages U9-U12 Boys and Girls Soccer Camp   
 July 15-19, (M-F), 9:30 am-11:30 am.
  
Tennis Camp for Boys and Girls
This camp is lead by tennis pro and HF varsity Coach TJ Garin. Each camp will provide young athletes with an opportunity to fine tune their tennis skills in a fun, positive atmosphere If you child is interested in learning a new sport or refining his or her skills, this camp will be a fun way to do both! Contact coachgarin@gmail.com.
$ 100June 10-14, M, W and Th, grades 8-12   
 3:00 - 4:30 p.m.
$ 100June 17-21, M, W and Th, grades 8-12   
 3:00 -4:30 p.m.
$ 100June 24-28, M, W and Th, grades 8-12   
 3:00-4:30 p.m.
$ 100July 8-12, M, W and Th, grades 8-12   
 3:00-4:30 p.m.
$ 100July 15-19, M, W and Th, grades 8-12   
 3:00-4:30 p.m.
$ 100July 22-26, M, W and Th, grades 8-12   
 3:00-4:30 p.m.
  
Volleyball

Camps are designed to improve the individual skills and knowledge of each camper.  Camp sessions will be taught by Holy Family Head Coach Tony Bongaarts, along with his staff and players, in a fast-paced and fun environment! Hone your skills and develop your passion. Contact Coach Bongaarts at holyfamilyvolleyball@gmail.com with questions.

$ 120Grades 3-6 Session 1   
 June 17 - 21 (M-F) - 5:00 - 6:30 p.m.
$ 120Grade 7 and 8 Session 1   
 June 17-21, (M-F), 6:30 p.m.-9:00 p.m.
$ 120Grades 3-6 Session 2   
 July 15 - 19 (M-F) - 5:00 - 6:30 p.m.
$ 120Grade 7 and 8 Session 2   
 July 15-19, (M-F), 6:30 p.m.-9:00 p.m.
  

Culinary and Fine Arts
Squisito Italian Cooking and Language
Cook the most scrumptious recipes of Italy while learning essentials of the Italian language. The students will hear the history and phrases that go with each recipe and come home with Italian on their lips. See info button for session menus. Fees include cost of all supplies.
$ 125June 10-13, 10:00 a.m.-Noon, Session I - Grades 4-8    Enrollment Limit: 12
 Session I menu will include: pizza, pasta, tiramisu, biscotti, bread and gelato.
$ 125July 8-11, 10:00 a.m.-Noon - Session II- Grades 4-8    Enrollment Limit: 12
 Session II menu will include: filled pastas, pasta sauces, risotto, panna cotta and additional flavors of gelato.
  
Theatre Camp

This is your summer to be onstage under the lights! In this eight-day program, students will act, sing, dance, and create the set for a final performance for family and friends. Let’s be creative together! Please contact HF Theatre Director Eric Olson at OlsonE@hfchs.org with questions.

$ 200June 17-27, M-Th, 10:00 a.m.-3:00 p.m., Grades 3-8   
 Snack Provided, Campers should bring a lunch.
  

Innovation and Robotics Lab Camps
Techno-Mathematics

Use laboratory equipment, computers, a variety of simulations and programs, video cameras, and interface equipment to develop the ability to use mathematics to understand the world we experience. This summer course features lots of fun active learning, indoor and outdoor physical movement, and use of technology. Students will explore the fields of engineering, mathematical modeling, computer applications and forensics.

$ 125Techno-Math for Grades 5-8   
  June 24-28, M-F, 9:00-noon
  

For Credit High School Courses
American Government Online Course

In this new online summer course, students will learn about the powers and responsibilities of the three branches of national U.S. government, as well as the general workings of basic political systems.  They will also explore federal and state divisions of power, US political parties, and American civil liberties. (.5 credits)  Students should be sophomores or older in the 2019-2020 school year.

The course runs June 10 – July 18.  On-line classes require a strong work ethic and organizational skills to complete assignments on time.  An explanation of expectations will be provided by the teacher in late May.

$ 200Session 1    Enrollment Limit: 24
 June10-July 18
  
Chemistry
Students will acquire understanding of the key concepts of chemistry; for example, principles of measurement, matter, energy, states of matter, gas laws, kinetic molecular theory, mixtures and compounds, and the internal structure of the atom. Students build on this foundation to study chemical reactions, stoichiometry, and chemical bonding. Only one semester may be completed during a summer session.(.5 credits each) This course may not meet the prerequisite expectation for AP Chemistry and/or AP Biology.
$ 380Semester 1 (No class week of June 17)    Enrollment Limit: 12
 June 10-14 M-F, June 24-27 M-F, and July 1-2, 8:00-11:00am
$ 380Semester 2 (No class week of June 17)    Enrollment Limit: 12
 June 10-14, June 24-27, and July 1-2, Noon-3 p.m.
  
Hybrid Health
This hybrid option of Health is completed online with a small part being completed in the classroom in order to fulfill the CPR/AED certification requirement. Online classes demand significant organizational skills and motivation to meet expectations. The completion of this course is entirely a student's responsibility. It is important students check their emails regularly and communicate effectively with the instructor and classmates while fulfilling expectations. The Adult CPR/AED requirement must be completed to earn credit for this class and will be scheduled during the week of August 17.
---------Session 1 - Grades 10-12 only ***camp/course limit reached   
  
Speech
This course provides students opportunities to study and practice different rhetorical styles, with the goal of effectively transmitting one's ideas to an audience. Types of speeches include: demonstration, informative, persuasive, oral interpretation, impromptu, special occasion, and advertisement. Nervousness at the podium and dull class presentations will be a thing of the past after taking speech. (.5 credits)
---------Session 1 - Grades 10-12 only ***camp/course limit reached   
$ 380Session 2 - Grades 10-12 only    Enrollment Limit: 24
 June 10 - June 27, M-Th, Noon-3:00 p.m.
  
Technology Studies

This is an integrated course which takes the student through basic technology concepts and fundamentals of design theory, web page, programming, engineering graphics, and architecture. This fulfills the prerequisite for Engineering Graphics II and Advanced Programming. Students must have passed HF Algebra 1 or the math placement test.

$ 380    Enrollment Limit: 18
 June 10-27, M-Th, 8:30 a.m.-11:30 a.m.
  



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