De La Salle Collegiate Summer Camps 2022

De La Salle Collegiate Summer Camps offers academic, artistic, and athletic summer camps for boys and girls ages Third Grade through 12th Grade. Kids can enjoy 3-4 day sports camps, academic camps / STEM camps, art camps, even a sports broadcasting camp.

All camps take place at De La Salle High School in Warren, MI and are taught by De La Salle coaches, teachers, and staff.

De La Salle Collegiate is proud to sponsor Summer Camps this year in June and July. These camps offer your son or daughter a chance to learn a new skill, practice an existing talent, or just have FUN. Registration is now open. Learn more.

De La Salle Collegiate Summer Camps 2022

De La Salle Collegiate Summer Camps 2022 – ACADEMIC CAMPS

Literacy Camp
June 13-16. This camp is a great way to reinforce important literary skills and for participants to meet future classmates. The goal of De La Salle Collegiate literacy camp is to reinforce fundamental literacy skills before entering De la Salle’s rigorous course of study. Participants will be introduced to the 9th grade literature/ comp I curriculum and engage in word study, fluency, and comprehension practice. They will also review literary devices including plot, theme, irony, and character through the short stories that are highlighted in the first semester. Cost: $100

Intro to Engineering Camp
June 20-23. In the Intro to Engineering Camp, students will learn manual and computer 3D drawing (CAD) skills. Students will create and design basic two and three-dimensional designs using CATIA (prominent engineering software used worldwide by such companies as Ford, Chrysler, BMW, and other auto design companies which exposes them to in-demand real-world skills. By Engaging in these projects, students will understand how the material covered in camp can be applied in their everyday lives and possibly to their own careers one day. Cost: $175

Art Camp
June 27-30. Learn art skills and build on ones you already have this summer! De La Salle Art Camp gives students the opportunity to take any level of skill and grow. It does not matter if you are a beginner or experienced. These four days will help you not only create original works with new techniques but will teach you to think and see like an artist. Cost: $130

Robotics Camp
July 18-21. Campers will be divided up into teams where they will work together to construct, program, and compete with a Lego Mindstorms robot. To complete the robot, campers will have guided instruction from members of the AutoPilots, De La Salle’s FIRST Robotics team 7762, but must also develop cooperative strategies and skills that will allow them to complete the robot. These are abilities that will transfer to classes and careers in the science and technology fields. Cost: $150

Medical Camp
July 18-21. This will be a fun and informative camp that will allow students to learn about anatomy and physiology of the human body and receive practice in many important medical skills. De La Salle Collegiate’s Medical Camp is a great way to get an introduction and exposure to what a career in the medical field is all about. Cost: $175

Academic Prep Camp
July 18-21. De La Salle Collegiate is excited to offer Academic Prep Camp: How to Succeed Your Freshman Year for 9th grade students. This weeklong camp is designed to provide each student a jump start on how to become a successful De La Salle Collegiate Freshman. LUNCH FOR THE WEEK IS INCLUDED! Your son will receive lunch each day from 12:00 p.m. – 1:00 p.m. Please let us know of any food allergies or dietary restrictions the student may have. Cost: $225

ACT/SAT Prep Camp
August 1-4. This camp is for students entering grades 8-12 in the Fall of 2022. This camp is designed to provide each student a jump start on the ACT/SAT tests. Cost: $150

De La Salle Summer Camps 2022 – SPORTS CAMPS

Speed and Strength Camp
April 25 – May 18. Level 1 for grades 6-8, Level 2 for grades 9-12. The focus areas will be to instruct and develop proper form in both running and lifting, to help better achieve athlete’s maximal velocity. Instructed by Tyler Alwardt, strength and conditioning coordinator at De La Salle and head trainer at Alwardt Elite will provide strength, speed, and agility to work with student-athletes in graduating classes 2022-2025. De La Salle athletic coaches & staff will also be assisting with instruction and supervision. Cost: $50

Athletic Training Camp
June 20-23.  This camp can help prepare high school students to pursue Athletic Training at your high school or as a career. As a participant in our camp, you will receive a comprehensive overview of all aspects of Athletic Training. You will receive one-on-one instruction in the latest taping techniques, injury evaluation, treatment, and rehabilitation, and emergency management. Participants will also be able to receive their CPR & 1st aid certification from a certified instructor. $150

Football Youth Camp
June 21-22. The Skill Camp is designed to give each athlete an opportunity to receive focused, intense, position-specific technique training. This concentrated training camp will help each participant have a more positive, productive experience. Cost: $90

Baseball Camp
June 21-23. The goal of the De La Salle Collegiate Baseball camp is to teach and reinforce fundamental skills to all participants in all aspects of the game. The camp is overseen by De La Salle Head Coach John Musachio and his staff of coaches and players, both past and present. Cost: $115

Tennis Camp
June 27-30. Sessions are 8 a.m.-10:00 a.m. (Middle School & High School -Beginner & Intermediate Players) and 10:00 a.m.-Noon (Middle School & High School -Intermediate-Advanced Players). Cost: $90

Hockey Camp
July 6-8. Improves each player’s game by drilling the fundamental skills and language. Instructors to work with each camper on improving his or her skills and mindset. Players will be given one-on-one instruction in passing, shooting, defense, forecheck, and goaltending. Cost $250

Wrestling Camp
June 27-30. This camp is to develop individuals in the sport of wrestling by teaching: rules, proper form, good technique as well as discipline and good sportsmanship.  This camp is perfect for both the beginner and the seasoned wrestler alike!  Cost: $125

Bowling Camp
June 28-30. The focus of this camp is to develop biomechanical efficiency through physical game drills. Camp is run by Head Bowling Coach Jay Lang, and his staff. During camp, students will learn: Lane transition, Targeting Techniques, Ball Selection, Surface adjustments, Proper mental skills needed to develop champions. Cost: $300

Basketball Camp
July 11-14. This is an intensive camp that focuses on the basic fundamentals involved in a strong triple threat. Students will be taught new drills that will help them refine their ball handling, triple threat and overall knowledge of the game while also learning time-tested shooting principles. Cost: $150

Ice Hockey Camp
July 11-14. The De La Salle Collegiate Hockey Camp improves each player’s game by drilling the fundamental skills and language. Instructors to work with each camper on improving his or her skills and mindset. Camp participants will be arranged by position and work with the team’s specialists for each. Cost: $250

Soccer Youth Camp
July 18-21. The camp is designed to push players to reach their potential, allow them to train with their friends and teammates, and prepare them for their upcoming seasons. Players will spend the week learning the game the right way, working hard, and most importantly, having fun! Join thousands of camp alumni that have improved their understanding of the game and taken their skills to the next level. Cost: $135.

E-Sports Camp
July 18-21 (Super Smash Bros. Ultimate); July 25-28 (Overwatch). The eSports camp provides an opportunity to improve all aspects of your game. Participants get to learn how to prepare for and navigate high-pressure situations. So much of eSports is instinctually oriented, so it’s important to be mentally prepared for those moments so that you can rely on those instincts. Participants will also learn how important it is to manage their emotions while playing. Communication is pivotal as well. The camp will provide you with the ability to learn how to improve and put into practice your communication and leadership skills. Cost: $200

Golf Camp
July 25-28. Campers must bring their own clubs, balls, and equipment. Intermediate campers must have a minimum of a putter, 3 irons, 2 woods, and at least 3 golf balls. Advanced campers must have a full complement of golf equipment including bag, balls, and clubs. Advanced campers must also have some prior golf experience, including golf camps, lessons, and golf-course playing experience. Camp will be limited to no more than 20 campers. (Advanced Camp will be limited to no more than 9 campers.). Cost: $200

Soccer High School Camp
July 35-29. The camp is designed to push players to reach their potential, allow them to train with their friends and teammates, and prepare them for their upcoming seasons. Players will spend the week learning the game the right way, working hard, and most importantly, having fun! Join thousands of camp alumni that have improved their understanding of the game and taken their skills to the next level. Cost: $150

To register online visit, www.delasallehs.com/admissions/summer-camps or call at 586-541-6262.

De La Salle Collegiate
14600 Common Rd
Warren, Michigan 48088
586-541-6262
www.delasallehs.com/admissions/summer-camps
slaudicina@delasallehs.com

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For more info on De La Salle Collegiate Summer Camps, visit www.delasallehs.com/admissions/summer-camps

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