2011 Summer Camps AvailablePublished: July 15, 2011
CSULB offers a wide variety of camps/programs during the summer. Contact camps to verify times, dates, costs and other pertinent information before signing up. Please note the following: each camp is run independently of the others; each camp has its own application process; contact the appropriate camp director for information and an application; most camps (where appropriate) will provide lunch supervision and transportation to other CSULB summer camps; acceptance in one camp does not guarantee acceptance in another and enrollment is based on first-come basis; and camp dates, times and costs are subject to change.
Participants will learn a variety of sports skills including basketball, soccer, softball, tennis, volleyball, archery, bowling, etc., as well as daily swim lessons.
Ages: 5-13 years of age (if entering eighth grade in the fall).
Sessions: June 20-July 15 and July 18-Aug. 12, Monday-Friday, 12:30-5 p.m.
Cost: $490 per session
For more information, contact Rick Hayes at 562/985-4049.
Sessions: June 27-July 1, July 11-15, July 18-22, July 25-29, Aug. 1-5
Cost: Each Camp Session $150, After Camp Hitting (full week) $40, After Camp Hitting (one day) $20
For more information, contact David Yamane at 949/922-0800.
Team Camp: June 20-22 (grades 9-12)
Elite Position Camp: June 23-24 (grades 8-12)
Individuals Youth Camp: June 27-30 (grades 3-7)
Costs: See camp brochure for each camp cost.
For more information, contact Lauren Kawahara at 562/985-2210.
Youth Day Camp: Aug. 1-4 (ages 6-14)
For more information, contact Ryan Hellenthal at 562/985-1610.
Youth Day Camp (ages 5-13)
Session I: June 20-24, 9 a.m.-noon
Session II: July 11-15, 9 a.m.-noon
Cost: $150 per session
Girls’ Residential Camp: June 27-30 (ages 9-13 and 14-18)
Cost: $450 residential, $360 commuter
For more information, contact Mauricio Ingrassia at 562/985-1858.
Swim Lessons (boys and girls)
For more information, contact Jim Cullingham at 562/985-4674.
Tennis (boys and girls)
Session 1: June 20-June 24
Session 2: June 27-July 1
Session 3: July 5-July 8** (short week)
Session 4: July 11-July 15
Session 5: July 18-July 22
Session 6: July 25-July 29
Session 7: Aug. 1-Aug. 5
Session 8: Aug. 8-Aug. 12
Cost: $155, $125** per session
For more information, contact Jennifer Hilt-Costello at 562-985-4336.
Track and Field
Sessions: Every Tuesday and Thursday from 5-7 p.m. at the Jack Rose Track
Ages: 8 and up
CSULB’s track and field staff along with its athletes conduct clinics in all event areas for all ages and abilities. Coaching is offered in distance, throws, jumps, and sprint hurdles and relays. The goal of the camp is to provide technical skill development in the area(s) of interest to each participant.
Cost: $20 per session
For more information, contact Andy Sythe at 562/985-4666.
Ages: 12 and up
Skills Camp Session I: July 16-19
Team Camp Session I: July 16-19
Setters Camp: July 19-21
Skills Camp Session II: July 22-25
Team Camp Session II: July 22-25
Kids’ Camp: July 19-22, 8 a.m.-noon (ages 7-11)
Cost: Overnight Camp $445, Day Camp $335, Kids’ Camp $175
For more information contact Kara Ulmer at 562-985-7352.
Young Artists’ Camp (boys and girls)
Participants will be trained in art fundamentals, with experiences in drawing/painting, printmaking, sculpture, and ceramics.
Session: Aug. 1-19; Monday-Friday, 1-5 p.m.
For more information, e-mail YoungArtistCamp@gmail.com, visit its website or call 562/985-4387.
Young Scientists’ Camp (boys and girls)
Participants will spend two weeks doing exciting hands-on physical science investigations as they learn how to think like a scientist.
Grades 3-8 (in the fall).
Session: Aug. 8-19, 8:30 a.m.-noon
Cost: $300 ($25 sibling discount; $25 discount for CSULB faculty and staff)
For more information, visit the Young Scientists website or call 562/985-4801.
Academic Enrichment (boys and girls)
Basic skills and activities in math, computers, public speaking and art are taught in a relaxed and exciting learning environment.
Sessions: June 20-July 15 and July 18-Aug. 12; Monday-Friday, 8:30-noon.
There will be lunch supervision from noon-12:30 p.m. for those attending 49er Camp.
Cost: $485 per session
For more information, call 562/985-4668 or 562/985-7351.
Young Writers’ Camp
Participants are challenged to shape their ideas and experiences into meaningful written communication.
Sessions: June 21-July 9, 8:45-noon and July 12-July 30, 9 a.m.-noon
Cost: $350 ($25 sibling discount; $25 discount for CSULB faculty and staff)
For more information, call 562/985-1696 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
Camp Nugget 2011
A low-cost summer day camp program for children with special needs and disabilities. The camp provides activities in physical activity, swimming, sports and games, fitness, relaxation and socialization. The program fills up quickly.
Session: June 20-July 15, 9 a.m.-noon
For more information visit the Camp Nugget website.
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