Expert instruction in eight sports.
6 weeks | June 21-July 30
9 am-3:30 pm
Boys and girls ages 6-14
Drop-off begins at 8:00, and pickup is no later than 4:00 pm.
Space is limited.
$2370 six weeks
$1975 any 5 weeks
$1,580 any 4 weeks
$1,185 any 3 weeks
$790 any 2 weeks
$395 single week
Deposit required: $100 per week enrolled
Penn Charter’s Sports Camp is open to boys and girls ages six to 14 and is designed for the
athlete who truly loves sports. Open to the beginner, intermediate and advanced athlete, the camp will offer instruction, competition, coaching, games and fun in eight sports per week.
Weekly sports: basketball, soccer, flag football, baseball/softball, floor hockey, team handball,volleyball, Ultimate Frisbee and swimming. Choice sports: archery and tennis. Tournaments, skill contests, swim and trips.
Although we are not offering extended-day this year, parents who need flexibility of schedule may drop off Day Camp and Sports Camp participants as early as 8:00 am and pick them up as late as 4:00 pm.
Two sports will be offered each day, Monday through Thursday. There will be instruction, skill development and team competition in each sport daily. Skill contests will take place throughout the summer. Teams will be assembled based on age, skill level and desire of the camper. Every Tuesday and Thursday campers will attend swim. Experienced teachers and coaches will work directly with the campers on a daily basis to foster self-confidence, sportsmanship and good competitive habits.
The camp fee covers all regularly scheduled activities and instruction, including Friday treats and a camp T-shirt. Penn Charter will provide all equipment for campers. Personal equipment is optional but encouraged due to covid-19 safety.
Weekly tournaments: The week will culminate with a sport-specific tournament each Friday. There will also be an awards ceremony to honor the accomplishments of the campers throughout the week. Tournaments will include: World Cup, Stanley Cup, Super Bowl, NBA/WNBA Finals and World Series.
Tuesday and Thursday instructional and free swim.
Cooperative activities. Campers will engage in large group activities that promote team building, strategy, fair play and teamwork.
Clinics and guest speakers: Past guests have included Philadelphia Soul Football, Philadelphia Phoenix Professional Frisbee Team, Scholar Athlete Advantage and George Pagano (who rowed across the Atlantic Ocean).
Trips. This year, due to covid-19 restrictions, we will not have off-campus trips.
Lunch. Also this year, we will not offer a lunch option because of covid-19 safety. Campers must bring their own lunch and beverage.