January 2 – 5, 2018
There are two types of Winter Break Camps available, an Superstars Camp and Specialty Sports Camp. Sign up for 1, 2, 3 or 4 day sessions. Open to ages 4-12.
Superstars Camp provides a safe, engaging, and fun program for children during the holiday break. Not sure what sports your child likes to play or just starting out, consider this camp to allow them to try their hand at a variety of sports. Campers get to participate in sports, games, inflatables, crafts, and more! Activities Camp participants can join specialty sports camps for no additional cost. ($60 per day or $225 whole day weekly) ($45 half day/$164 weekly)
Superstars Camp is from 9am – 4pm, 9am-12pm or 1-4pm
Specialty Sports Camp have morning options where campers are divided by age and skill level. In level one campers are introduced to the fundamentals of the sport. Level two reinforces fundamentals, teaches strategic game play, and emphasizes physical development. ($45 half day/$164 weekly).
Baseball: Basketball: Football: Soccer:
9am-12pm 9am-12pm 9am-12pm 9am-12pm
Registration is limited so sign up early!
For more information contact The Athletico Center at (224)326-2061 or email@example.com
- What will my child do at camp?
- Everything! We have a variety of sports and fun activities. Some old childhood favorites to new and progressive activities and sports.
- What should my child bring?
- Your child should bring a water bottle, allergy or emergency medicine if needed.
- Does my child need to bring a lunch or snack with them?
- We provide lunch for children staying all day (9am-4pm). Please provide a snack for half day or two snacks for a full day of camp.
- Who is supervising my child?
- Well qualified and trained coaches are with the kids at all times. They love sports, activities, creativity and work well with all kids. Coach to camper ratio is:
Ages 3-5 = 1:7
Ages 6-7= 1:10
- How are campers divided into groups?
- Campers are grouped primarily by age, but we do take into account individual differences in social and cognitive development. Each group follows specific curriculum designed to meet the needs of the campers.
- If my child has an allergy or needs to take medication, who do I contact?
- You should contact the camp coordinator when checking your child in at the front desk. Let them know of any allergies or medication your child may need, such as an EpiPen. They will notify the rest of the staff and have the medicine kept in a safe and centrally located area. Please note that we are unable to assist children in administering their medications.