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Summer camps, programs offered at Wheaton College

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LaTonya Taylor

Summer Camps and Programs Offered at Wheaton

Wheaton College invites the community to take part in the following summer camps and programs.

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Athletic Camps

Wheaton College athletic camps provide excellent instruction in basketball, soccer, tennis and wrestling within the context of Christian character development and sportsmanship. Each camp is run by the Wheaton College head coaches and staffs of the respective sports. Registration for the camps is now open for summer of 2013.

Basketball Camp, June 17-21 and June 24-28

Coached by an outstanding team of collegiate and high school coaches and led by Wheaton College's Men's Head Coach Mike Schauer, the Wheaton College Basketball Camp returns for its 47th season. Camp options include day camps for 1st--9th grade girls and boys and a one-week residential camp for 6th--9th grade boys.

Day Camp for boys and girls grades 6-9

June 24-28, 2013 (9 a.m. -- 1 p.m.)

$195 before April 1, $215 after April 1

Day Camp for boys and girls grades 1-5

June 17-21, 2013 (9 -- 11:15 a.m.)

June 24-28, 2013 (9 -- 11:15 a.m.)

$105 before April 1, $125 after April 1

Residential Camp for boys grades 6-9

June 17-20, 2013

(Check-in on Monday, June 17 from 8-9:30 a.m. Departure on Thursday, June 20 at 5 p.m.)

$445 before April 1, $475 after April 1

For more information or to register online, visit the athletic website.

Soccer Camps, June 27-28 and July 12-13

Wheaton men's soccer team will run on four soccer academies this summer.

Wheaton College Elite Soccer Academy is an overnight camp designed for high-school aged boys interested in maximizing their soccer abilities over an intense two-day period. Campers will have the opportunity to receive personal coaching from Head Coach Dr. Mike Giuliano and assistant coaches Garrett Bireline and Joel DeLass. Camp sessions will be held June 27-28 or July 12-13. The $190 fee includes four meals, lodging and a t-shirt.

The Wheaton College Soccer Academy is a five-day long day camp for boys and girls in grades 3-8. Campers will be taught tools and techniques that will help them develop and reach their maximum potential. Camp sessions are scheduled for June 24-28 and July 8-12. Cost is $195.

All soccer camps offered are patterned after Wheaton College's own men's soccer program and seek to help students maximize their soccer abilities in a positive and fun environment.

Tennis Camp, June 10 -- July 26

The Wheaton College Tennis Camp provides instructions for players of all skill levels for this lifetime sport. Camps are designed for girls and boys grades 2-12 and are offered in one-week sessions throughout the summer.

Beginner-Intermediate campers will learn stroke fundamentals, scoring, strategy and sportsmanship, while stroke production, point play and match play will be emphasized in advanced camp. Pricing is based on the number of weeks attended. Rates range from $90 to $190 per week.

Beginner-Intermediate Camp- Ages 9-14 (9 - 10:30 a.m.)

Advanced Camp- Ages 13-18 (10:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.)

Wrestling Camp, June 11-14 and July 15-19

Led by two-time Olympic wrestler and Wheaton College Head Wrestling Coach Jim Gruenwald, these wrestling camps will be geared towards grades 1-6 and 7-12 Camp goals include teaching character and leadership skills; high-percentage; low-risk techniques; and strategies to improve core strength and proper nutrition.

Day Camp for grades 1-6

June 11-14 (10 a.m. -- 3:30 p.m.)

$200 before April 1, $225 after April 1

July 15-19 (10 a.m.-- 3:30 p.m.)

$250 before April 1, $275 after April 1

Day Camp for grades 7-12

June 11-14 (10 a.m. -- 3:30 p.m.)

$200 before April 1, $225 after April 1

July 15-21 (10 a.m. -- 3:30 p.m.)

$250 before April 1, $275 after April 1

Enrollment in these athletic programs is now underway. For more sports information, please call 630.752.5079.

Explore the Arts with Community School of the Arts

The Community School of the Arts (CSA) at Wheaton College offers a variety of programs this spring and summer that feature art, show choir, theater and early childhood music classes for students of all ages -- from babies to adults.

Spring Arts, May 20-June 27

A 6-week intro to the arts for all ages. Spring Arts offers Suzuki Samplers in guitar, strings, flute, and harp. Visual Art classes include Superheroes, 3-D sculpture, and handbound books.

Summer Arts Junior, June 10-14, July 8-12

First arts experience designed in half-day sessions for children ages 6 months through 7 years. Summer Arts Junior offers art, music, and creative movement. The two sessions are different but complementary and students have the option to enroll both weeks.

Summer Arts Encounter, June 24-28

Adventure into the arts during this week-long day camp for students in 2nd--12th grade. Summer Arts Encounter offers show choir, theater, music, and visual arts including the creation of an outdoor art installation on the campus of Wheaton College.

Online registration will begin on March 4. Visit csa.wheaton.edu for a complete listing of programs and descriptions.

HoneyRock Residential Camp, June 24-August 9

HoneyRock is an 800-acre facility on the eastern shore of Long Lake, Wisconsin, owned and operated by Wheaton College since 1951. Summer residential and wilderness expeditions provide rustic experiences for young people to make new friends, learn new activities, face personal challenges, and have fun.

Camp sessions run through the summer from June 24-August 9, and include one-and two-week sessions for 3rd -- 8th graders, advance camp sessions specifically designed for transitioning 9th graders, and a four-week adventure camp for 10th-12th graders. Cost varies per camp session. For more information, call 630.752.5124, or visit www.honeyrockcamp.org.

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