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Summer Camps 2016

Fun Camps and Sports Camps Descriptions 

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Chess  Camp

July 11-15, 8-11 a.m. $100

For both new and experienced chess players looking to perfect their game strategy. This camp “rooks” for everyone that enjoys chess. All supplies provided.

Maximum number of campers: 30

 

Archery Camp CAMP IS FULL

July 11-14, Noon-2 p.m. $65

We’re targeting fun with this camp! Campers will learn to use a bow and arrow and the fundamentals of archery. All supplies included.Maximum number of campers: 20


Build Your Own Arcade Camp  CAMP IS FULL

June 20-24, Noon-2 p.m. $80

Build your knowledge and your own old-time video arcade  controller.  Perfect for guys who love video games. Even take your controller home with you once the camp is finished. Tools and supplies provided.Maximum number of campers: 24


Fishing Camp                     CAMP IS FULL

June 13-16, 8-11 a.m. $80

Relax and enjoy some summer fishing. Fish at various locations in Toledo for four days and learn some tips to help snag the big one!

Maximum number of campers: 30


Adventure Camp  CAMP IS FULL

June 20-23, TBA $175

Experience a different adventure outing every day at various locations in Ohio and Michigan. Adventures through the week may include four of the following: rock wall climbing, high ropes course, mountain biking, paintball, canoeing or Sky Zone Jump Park. Transportation is provided.

Maximum number of campers: 30


LEGO Robotics I Camp CAMP IS FULL

June 20-24, 8:30-10:30 a.m. $80  CAMP IS FULL

 

June 13-17, Noon-2 p.m. $80                   CAMP IS FULL

June 20-24, Noon - 2 p.m.  $80                  CAMP IS FULL

The next generation of LEGO Robotics is here! This camp introduces building and programming robots using the LEGO Mindstorms NXT Robotics Systems. Students will practice construction and programming with the NXT intelligent brick with servo-style motors and ultrasonic new sensor. In pairs, students build robots and program them with a computer to move, react and make sounds to solvechallenges.  This camp is good practice for those interested in robotics competitions such as FIRST  LEGO League. Previous NXT experience is fine. Beginners are welcome, too. All supplies are provided.

Maximum number of campers: 24


LEGO Robotics II Camp

July 11-15, 9-11:30 a.m. $80

This camp is the next step for campers who have already taken LEGO Robotics Iand are looking for more advanced programming. All supplies are provided.

Maximum numbers of campers: 15


Marching Band Camp

July 25 - July 29  9am - 12p Noon $60

Performance of Camp Week July 29th @6pm

Come be a Marching Titan for a week! Students will be introduced to the basics of marching band and will have an opportunity to perform, in the football stadium, alongside current Marching Titans. Our high school officers will lead music and marching sectionals and will help teach our middle school performers a marching show similar to the high schools! Performance on Friday will be followed by an ice cream social held by our Band Boosters.

 Maximum number of campers: 50

Science Enrichment Camp         camp is full

July 11-15, Noon-3 p.m. $80

Hands-on lab work defines this fun-filled science enrichment camp. The Egg Drop Challenge, water rocket and more will keep everyone busy learning while having fun throughout the week.

Maximum number of campers: 15

 

Sports Camps

 Baseball Camp

June 6-9, 8:30-11:30 a.m. $55

Fundamentals of baseball, hitting technique/practice, fielding training and base running will be covered. Put it all into practice during team games.Directed by Head Coach Greg Christian and SJJ Coaching Staff


Basketball Camp

June 13-16, 8:30-11:30 a.m. $55

Fundamentals of basketball, shooting drills, ball handling and team defense will be covered. Put it all into practice during team games and contests.Directed by Head Coach Ed Heintschel and SJJ Coaching Staff

Titan Basketball Elite Camp

June 20-22, 8:30-11:30 a.m. $50

High-level competition accompanied  by high-level instruction for 7-9th grade only. Players will be placed on teams and instructed by coaches within the team concept. Competitive games each day will follow team instruction and individual skill development. Be elite.Directed by Varsity Assistant Coach Mike Schoen ‘05


Football Camp

July 11-14 8:30-11:30 a.m. $55

Fundamentals of offense and defense, speed enhancements and form-running techniques will be covered. Passing and running games will test your abilities, along with daily punt, pass and kick competitions.Directed by Head Coach Doug Pearson ‘82 and SJJ Coaching Staff

 

Titan Footbll Combine
July 18-19, 9 -11 a.m. $40

Athletes will be instructed on proper skill and technique as well as participate in college-like combine drills. Along with one-on-one skill development and NCAA Requirement information from some of the best in the business.Directed by Head Coach Doug Pearson ’82 and SJJ Coaching Staff


Lacrosse Camp

June 27-29, 8:30-11:30 a.m. $55

Fundamentals of lacrosse, team concepts and stick handling will be covered. Drills will take place to aid player development.Directed by Head Coach Adam Salon and SJJ Coaching Staff


Specialty Lacrosse Camp

June 27-29, 12:30-3:30 p.m. $65

Both shooting skills and goalie skills will be covered at this advanced skill level camp.Directed by Head Coach Adam Salon and SJJ Coaching Staff

Soccer Camp

June 13-16, 12:30-3:30 p.m. $55

July 25-28, 8:30-11:30 a.m. $55

Fundamentals of soccer, team concepts, passing and ball control will be covered. Individual and team drills will help improve your play.Directed by Head Coach Tom Shook and SJJ Coaching Staff

Total Athlete

July 25-28, 12:30-2:30 p.m. $55

Fundamentals of strength training, proper lifting techniques and free weights instruction will be covered. Anyone interested in individual training and fitness should attend.Directed by SJJ Strength Training Coordinator Dustin Winkler


Wrestling Camp

July 18-21, 8:30-11:30 a.m. $55

Fundamentals of wrestling, escape drills and techniques and takedown drills will be covered.Directed by Head Coach Chad Marzec and SJJ Coaching Staff

 

 

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