2016 Summer Activities listings

CATHOLIC ELEMENTARY/
MIDDLE SCHOOL DAY CAMPS
(operated by individual schools
or church parishes)
(504) area code unless noted

IN NEW ORLEANS

➤ CHRISTIAN BROTHERS
Boys and girls entering grades 3-7. Session I: June 6-17; Session II: June 20-July 1: Session III: July 5-15. 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Recreational day camp with optional academic program. Team sports, games, movies, arts and crafts, field trips, special activities, snowballs and more. Academic options include math, educational technology, drama and study skills taught by certified instructors. Cost, $250 for one session (if pre-paid before May 15; per session cost increases to $260 after May 15); discounts for multiple sessions. Registration ranges from $50 to $60, depending on number of sessions. Extended care available. Information, Heath Barker, 486-6770; email, school@cbs-no.org; website, www.cbs-no.org.

➤ ST. MICHAEL SPECIAL
Camp for current and incoming St. Michael students offering faith, fellowship and fun. June 6-July 15, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Extended care available. Information, 524-7285 or visit www.stmichaelspecialschool.com.
IN GRETNA

➤ ST. CLETUS
Boys and girls ages 5-13. June 6-July 15, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Swimming, weekly field trips, Zephyrs baseball, Saints training camp, gymnastics, movies, arts and crafts. Daily breakfast and lunch included in camp tuition. Cost, $115 per week, plus one-time $25 registration. Extended care available. Information, 366-3538 or email stcletussummercamp@gmail.com.
IN HARVEY

➤ ST. ROSALIE
St. Rosalie School Summer Enrichment Program for students entering grades pre-K through 7 who attend any Catholic school within the archdiocese. All camp staff affiliated with St. Rosalie School. May 31-July 22, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Daily prayer, Bible study, physical activities, computer activities, unique field trips, drama, music, swimming, arts and crafts, talent shows, weekly water slide and more. National School Service Feeding Program provides free breakfast and lunch to all campers. Extended care available. Information, 341-4342.

IN LULING

➤ HOLY FAMILY
Boys and girls ages 4-11, June 6-July 1 and July 11-29, 9 a.m.-3 p.m. $725, with discounts available for multiple children in one family. Before and after care are available for an additional fee. Field trips, Space Walk, contests, dodge ball, arts and crafts, relay races, swimming, water days, magic shows and many other indoor/outdoor activities. Registration opens March 14. (985) 785-9244.

IN MARRERO

➤ IMMACULATE CONCEPTION
ICS Summer Camp for boys and girls ages 3-12; counselor-in-training program for ages 13-14. Session I: June 6- July 1; Session II: July 11-29, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Daily swimming on campus, field trips, karaoke, line dancing, sports, game room fun, playground, arts and crafts, drama, plays. Cost, $120 per week, plus $30 registration. Extended care available. Information, Kaolin Bush, 347-4409 or k.bush@icschargers.org.

IN METAIRIE

➤ OUR LADY OF DIVINE PROVIDENCE
Boys and girls entering grades pre-K4-7. June 6-July 15, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Field trips, pizza party, movies, magic show, cooking, skating, Talent Day, karate demo, swimming, bumper bowling, guest speakers, computer fun, storytelling, snowball treats, learning and video games, arts and crafts, organized play and more. Cost, $740 for six weeks, plus $30 registration. Multi-family discounts. Extended care available. Information, Joanna Cancienne, 452-9601. Email, jcancie@yahoo.com.

➤ ST. BENILDE
“Summer at Benilde” camps for boys and girls ages 6 weeks-13 years. June 6-Aug. 5, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Blend of traditional camps, specialty camps and academic services. Extended care available. Tuition and fees vary depending upon program. Information, Shanon Bayerback, 833-9894. Email,sbeyerback@stbenilde.com; website, www.stbenilde.com.

➤ ST. CHRISTOPHER
Camp for boys and girls entering grades pre-K3 through 7 (3- and 4-year-old camp is open to St. Christopher students only; grades K-7 open to all schools). June 6-July 22, 8:30 a.m. to 3:15 p.m. Swimming, sports, movies, parks, bowling, skating, music, museums, karate, various enrichment programs and more. Cost, $175 per week; Session I (June 6- July 1): $475; Session II (July 5-22): $390. Multi-child discounts available. Extended care available. Registration: March 31 and May 4, 3:30-7:30 p.m. at St. Christopher Parish Center. Information, 833-5591; email Sarah Todd,sawah32@yahoo.com.

➤ ST. EDWARD THE CONFESSOR
Camp Eagle for boys and girls entering kindergarten through age 13. May 31-July 1, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Games, water play, sports, music, arts and crafts, creative movement, indoor activities, computer games, guests, skits, sock hops, storytelling, Freaky Fridays. Cost, $150 per week, with multi-children discounts available, plus $35 registration fee per child and required camp T-shirt ($10). Extended care available. Students provide own lunch and snacks. Registration on March 19, noon-3 p.m., in school cafeteria. Works in partnership with St. Edward the Confessor Summer Reading and Math Clinic for families interested in attending both programs. Information, Melanie Bernard, 888-6353. Email,mbernard@steddy.org.

➤ ST. FRANCIS XAVIER
Camp Jaguar for boys and girls ages 3-11 (must be potty-trained). May 23 to July 22, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Weekly field trips, swimming, indoor and outdoor play, arts and crafts, Space Walks, snowballs, theme days. Weekly cost, $100, plus $60 registration fee for first child ($25 for each additional child). Extended care available. Information, email, campjaguar@hotmail.com. Register at website, www.stfrancisxavier.com.

➤ ST. LOUIS KING OF FRANCE
Camp Crusader for boys and girls entering grades Pre-K4 through 7. May 26-July 24, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Campers are grouped according to school grade level with special programs for Pre-K4-Kindergarten (activity centers, creative arts classes, STEM classes, sports, water play, story-time and more); grades 1-3 (swimming, sports creative arts, STEM, activities involving technology, literacy, food fun); and grades 4-7 (specialized classes in engineering, art, drama, wood working, architecture, technology, robotics and Louisiana studies in the morning; sports and swimming in afternoon). Cost, $140 per week, $400 per session, $1,000 for full summer, plus $50 registration fee (includes camp T-shirt). Extended care available. Information, 833-8224; email,kwindham@slkfschool.com.

➤ ST. MARY MAGDALEN
Cougar Camp for boys and girls entering grades pre-K3 through 7. Three 3-week sessions available May 31-July 29. June 6-July 29. 8:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. Sports, crafts, swimming, petting zoo, movies, water slides, video arcade bus, bowling and more. Cost, $35 daily; $135 weekly; $515 for 4 weeks; $1,005 for 8 weeks; call for multi-child discount. $35 registration fee includes camp bag and shirt. Extended care available for additional fee. Information, email smm cougarcamp@gmail.com.

➤ ST. PHILIP NERI
CampTastic for boys and girls ages 3-13. June 6-Aug. 5, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Field trips, bowling, zoo, guest speakers, mobile video van, Zoo-to-You visit, swim skills, arts and crafts, library and computer time, inflatables, water slide. Cost, $145 per week, with discounts available for multiple children. Registration fee ranges from $10-$50, depending on number of children. Additional fee of $15 charged if registered after May 13; campers registered before April 15 receive free camp T-shirt. Extended care available. Breakfast, lunch and snacks available for purchase. Information, Christine Grote, 887-5600. Email,cgrote@stphilipneri.org.

IN RIVER RIDGE

➤ ST. MATTHEW THE APOSTLE
Boys and girls entering grades pre-K3 through 7. June 13-July 29. 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Weekly, three-week and seven-week sessions available. Swimming, magic show, snowballs, ice cream, skating, art, cooking, computer, bowling, library, inflatables, karate demos and more. Cost, $130 per week; $360 for three weeks; $800 for seven weeks, plus $25 registration fee per child. Discounts for multiple campers. Extended care available for additional fee. Registration begins March 14. Information, Charlene Brinkman or Carol Hobson, 737-4604 (school); 737-4537 (rectory). Email, brinkmanc@smaschool.net. Website, www.smaschool.net.

IN SLIDELL

➤ OUR LADY OF LOURDES
May 31-July 15, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Swimming, bowling, rock climbing, gymnastics, karate, movie theater and more. Free breakfast and lunch. Registration $40 per family, $10 T-shirt (required for all campers). Camp pricing, which offers multi-child, multi-week discounts, can be found on website, ollonline.com. Extended care available. Information: Kim Maples, (985) 643-3230; email,kmaples@ollourdes.org or Gina Hattier, camp director, ghattier@ollourdes.org.

CATHOLIC HIGH SCHOOL
DAY CAMPS

➤ ACADEMY OF OUR LADY
Summer Camp for boys and girls, ages 3-12. Two sessions, June 6-July 1 and July 11-29, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., with before- and after-care available. Cost, $120 per child per week; $230 for two children and $330 for three. Swimming, water activities, arts and crafts, sports, skits, line dancing, game room, field trips and more. Registration ($25) May 7 in the Academy of Our Lady Gym, 5501 Westbank Expressway, Marrero. Information, Scott Walker, 341-6217, swalker@theacademyofourlady.org.

➤ ACADEMY OF THE SACRED HEART
Summer Fun Camp for girls entering grades Pre-K5. May 31-June 3; June 6-10; June 13-17; June 20-24; June 27-July 1; July 5-8; 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.; extended care available. Each week girls will explore new themes while engaging in fun-filled and adventurous activities: swimming, bowling, field trips, on-campus creative and educational events, water slide, inflatables, enrichment classes in art, dance, cooking, science and sports. Location: Mater Campus. Cost, $225 per week. Information, Meliss Saltaformaggio, 269-1230,  ashsummercamp@ashrosary.org. Register at www.ashrosary.org/summercamp.
“Sports ‘N More” camp for boys entering grades Pre-K5. May 31-June 3; June 6-10; June 13-17; June 20-24; June 27-July 1; July 5-8; and July 11-15; 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.; extended care available. Boys enjoy a fun-filled day of on-campus sports, games and off-campus field trips. Activities include swimming, bowling, taekwondo, art projects, video game truck, laser tag, water slide, inflatables, science, cooking and many sports. Cost, $225 per week. Location: Mater Campus. Information, Meliss Saltaformaggio, 269-1230, ashsummercamp@ashrosary.org. Register at www.ashrosary.org/summer camp.

➤ ARCHBISHOP CHAPELLE
Summer Camp for girls, entering grades 4-7, and Acorn Camp for girls, entering grades 1-3, June 6-July 1. Extended care available. Cost ranges from $75-$150 per camp. Deadline for registration, May 9. Information, 467-3105; www.archbishop chapelle.org.

➤ ARCHBISHOP HANNAN
Little Hawk Day Camp for boys and girls ages 5-12. June 6-24 and June 27-July 15, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Activities include fun field trips to Louisiana Children’s Discovery Center, Elevation Station, Safari Quest, X-Fusion, movie theaters and many more places. Participants will enjoy arts and crafts, petting zoos, karate demonstrations, sports, games and waterslides, under the supervision of experienced and energetic camp counselors. Cost, $435 per three-week session, $150 per week. Before care and after care are available for an additional fee. Sibling discounts and weekly rates available. Information, Thomas Huck, director, (985) 249-6363 or emailsumercamp@hannanhigh.org.

➤ ARCHBISHOP RUMMEL
Boys and girls ages 5-12. May 30-July 15, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Touch football, basketball, softball, track and field, soccer, kickball, obstacle course, swimming, arts and crafts, field trips, movies, indoor games, laser tag, roller skating, bowling and more. Extended care available. Cost, $145 weekly session, $840 for seven weeks; $35 registration fee. Sibling discounts available. Register in person only April 23 from 10 a.m. to noon or May 5 from 5 to 7 p.m. Information, Kevin Carrigee, 834-5592, ext. 333 or daycamp@rummelraiders.com.

➤ ARCHBISHOP SHAW
Boys and girls ages 4-12. Two, three-week sessions, June 6-July 15, 8:45 a.m. to 3 p.m. Swimming every day in the school’s Olympic-size pool with certified lifeguards. Field trips, on-campus activities, gymnasium, video game room, flag football, baseball, kickball and soccer fields. Early registration May 7 from 8 a.m. to noon; registration deadline June 3. Lunch and extended care available. Information: Warren Gabriel, 340-6727 or (985) 327-8945 or gabriel6@archbishopshaw.us.

➤ BROTHER MARTIN
Crusader Summer Camp for boys ages 6-12. May 30-July 8, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Activities include baseball, soccer, flag football, basketball, wrestling, swimming at UNO, movies, inflatables and field trips. Extended care available. Cost, $150 per week. Register by April 15 for two or more weeks and get a $25 discount. Deadline for registration and fees May 20. Kid-friendly boxed lunch, including a drink, available for $25 a week. Information, 283-1561, ext. 3022 or www.brothermartin.com.

➤ CABRINI
Camp Cabrini for girls and boys entering grades 1 through 7. May 30-July 1 in four weekly sessions; 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Activities include swimming, cooking, fishing, drama, soccer, media, arts and crafts, basketball, dance, volleyball, painting, sewing, field trips and more. Cost, $50 non-refundable registration fee and $140 per weekly session. Extended care available. All fees must be paid by May 15. Information,campcabrini@cabrinihigh.com.

➤ HOLY CROSS
Camps on Paris Avenue campus for two age groups of boys and girls
ages 4-12. Session I: June 6-24. Session II: June 27-July 15, 8:45 a.m. to 2:45 p.m. Camp for 4- and 5-year-olds features fun curriculum developed especially for this age group. Camp for ages 6-12 offers skills development through a variety of athletic clinics (karate, wrestling, football, basketball, baseball, soccer and cheer), as well as intellectual and life skills activities. Cost, $180 per week, $465 per session. Plus registration fee of $50 ($35 if received by May 1). Two T-shirts included with registration. Multi-child discounts. Extended care available. Current and incoming Holy Cross students get 10 percent off camp tuition. Information, Eric Rebaudo, 942-1884. Email, summercamp@holycrosstigers.com. Register at holycross tigers.com (click on “Parents” link).

➤ JESUIT
Boys ages 5-12. Two, three-week sessions, May 31-June 17 and June 20-July 8, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Field trips, movies, picnics, tours, indoor and outdoor games, swimming skating, laser tag, water play and more. Extended care available. Cost, $400 per session; $690 for all six weeks. Weekly rates also available, and discounts for siblings. Information, Troy Baglio, 251-1204 or www.jesuitnola.org/summercamps.

➤ ST. MARY’S DOMINICAN
Jumpin’ for Joy Camp for girls who have completed grades 1-4, June 6-24, 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Campers will be treated to days of fun and jazzy activities such as arts and crafts, cheerleading, music and much more. Cost, $170 for one week, $265 for two weeks and $375 for three weeks. All full-day camp registrations include catered lunch. Information, Meg Womble, director, 865-9401, ext. 4129, or email, mwomble@stmarysdominican.org; summer camp links at www.stmarysdominican.org.
DominiCamp for girls who have completed grades 4-8, June 6-24, 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Activities include Do-“mini” Chefs, Jewelry Making, Dance, Math Mania, Science Exploration, Drama, Arts and Crafts and more. Domini-tectives will solve a weekly mystery. Cost, $220 for one week, $435 for two weeks and $620 for three weeks. All full-day camp registrations include catered lunch. Information, Meg Womble, director, 865-9401, ext. 4129, or email, mwomble@stmarysdominican.org; summer camp links at www.stmarysdominican.org.

➤ URSULINE
Ursuline Academy Summer Arts Camp for girls ages 3 years through grade 8. Session I, June 6-24; Session II, June 27-July 15; “Super Week,” July 18-22. 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Choose from a variety of classes in art, acting, singing, cooking, cheer and dance, music, sewing, ceramics, science, sports, swimming and more. “Super Week” is an all field trip experience. Cost, $715 per session; $1,330 for both sessions; $290 for Super Week. Extended care available. Information, 931-6999. Email, mvanryckeghem@uanola.org. Website, www.uanola.org.

OTHER DAY CAMPS

➤ AUDUBON ZOO CAMP
Zoo Camp for boys and girls entering grades pre-K through 4; Zoo Explorers Camp for grades 5-7. Two sessions: May 31-July 1; July 11- 29, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Campers will explore nature and animal science topics through a schedule of arts and crafts, daily visits to zoo exhibits. Hands-on activities, animal encounters, behind-the-scenes tours and more. Cost for Zoo Camp, $250 a week for members, $295 weekly for non-members. Cost for Zoo Explorers Camp, $300 a week for members, $350 weekly for non-members. Information, 861-5103. Register online at www.audubonnatureinstitute.org.

➤ JEFFERSON PARISH RECREATION DEPARTMENT
Session I: June 6-July 1; Session II: July 11-Aug. 5. $300 a session. Open to ages 3-13. Weekly field trips, swimming, movies, arts and crafts, indoor and outdoor games and activities. At these Metairie playgrounds: Cleary, Girard, Little Farms, Lakeshore, Miley and Bright. 7:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m., with after care until 6 p.m. at an additional $50 a session. Counselors are 18 years old and older; directors 21 and older. 736-6999, ext. 112, 118.

➤ KEHOE-FRANCE
Southshore and Northshore Day Camps for boys and girls ages 8 weeks old (by June 1) to 13.
Southshore camp, 720 Elise Ave., Metairie, offers an eight-week session June 6-July 29 ($1,670) or six-week session, June 6-July 29 ($1,325). 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Optional part-time camp available. Swimming, ceramics, arts and crafts, tennis, team sports, computer activities, cookouts on Southshore campus. Enrichment camps also available in robotics, basketball, computers, science. Information, 733-0472, www.kehoe-france.com
Northshore camp, 25 Patricia Drive, Covington, offers session 1, June 13-June 24, $460; Session 2, June 27-July 8, $420; Session 3 July 11-July 22, $460, 9 a.m.-3 p.m., with before and after care. Entire 6 weeks: $1,200. For boys and girls 6 months to 13. Swimming, ceramics, arts and crafts, tennis, team sports, computer activities, cookouts, nature trails, scientific experiments and more. Family Fun Day tours are March 17, April 21, May 5, 8:30 a.m. (985) 892-4415 or www. kehoe-francens.com.

VACATION BIBLE CAMPS

➤ ACADEMY OF THE SACRED HEART
(New Orleans)
Joyful Journey camp for girls and boys entering grades preK-4. July 11-15, 9 a.m. to noon or 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.; extended care available. Campers experience the joy of Scripture as they sing songs, act out Gospel stories, make simple art projects and have fun with their friends. Location: Mater Campus. Information, ashsummercamp@ashrosary.org. Register at www.ashrosary.org/summercamp.

➤ ASCENSION OF OUR LORD
(LaPlace)
“Cave Quest: Following Jesus, the Light of the World,” for boys and girls entering grades kindergarten through fifth. June 13-17, 9 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Cost, $35 for first child; $25 for each additional sibling; added $5 fee for non-parishioners; $5 for VBS shirt; $6 for VBS CD. Registration deadline, May 25. Information, church office, (985) 652-2615, or email Emily Gurdian ataolcyo@gmail.com.

➤ BLESSED FRANCIS SEELOS
Vacation Bible Camp, June 6-10, 9:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m., 3037 Dauphine St., New Orleans. Fun-packed, Bible learning experiences for children kindergarten through eighth grade. Daily hot lunch and snack, off-site field trip every afternoon; transportation and T-shirt included. $80 one child; $70 second child; $30 each additional child in a family. Information, 943-5566,avicks@bfs.nocoxmail.com.

➤ ST. ANGELA MERICI
(Metairie)
Cave Quest vacation Bible school for boys and girls entering grades pre-K4 through 7. May 31-June 3, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Children grow closer to Jesus, the light of the world, through science, games, Scripture, praise and worship. Online registration March 15-April 15 at www.stangela.org. Cost, $80 and includes camp T-shirt. Extended care available. Information, Cathy Canter, 835-8491 or email ccanter@stangelaschool.org.

➤ ST. ANSELM
(Madisonville)
“Cave Quest ­– Following Jesus the Light of the World,” June 6-10, 9 a.m.-12:30 p.m. Open to students in grades kindergarten-5. Campers get camp shirt and snacks. Registration on St. Anselm website, www.stanselmmadisonville.org, look for Vacation Bible Camp tab. Email: psr@stanselm madisonville.org.

➤ ST. CATHERINE OF SIENA
(Metairie)
K4J VBS (Kids 4 Jesus Vacation Bible School) “Surfing with the Holy Spirit,” for boys and girls entering grades pre-K4 through 5. June 13-17, 9 a.m. to noon. Cost, $45. Parental participation required, with care available for volunteers who have younger children. Registration deadline April 1. Information, Lisa Cates, 234-4945. Email,lisabcates@att.net.

➤ ST. CLEMENT OF ROME
(Metairie)
Offers boys and girls in preK4 through grade 4 a fun, faith-filled getaway during summer vacation. June 6-10, 9 a.m. to noon. Cost, $75 per child. Registration deadline May 10. Information, Ronelle Brockway, 887-7821; email,robobrockway@gmail.com.

➤ ST. EDWARD THE CONFESSOR (Metairie)
“Cave Quest: Following Jesus the Light of the World,” for boys and girls entering pre-K4 through grade 6. July 11-15, 9 a.m. to noon. Bible-learning activities, songs, science fun, exploring environment for God sightings, daily closing celebration. Cost, $30. Information, Erin Gass, 888-6353. Email,  egass@steddy.org.

➤ ST. JANE DE CHANTAL
(Abita Springs)
Vacation Bible School for boys and girls who have completed kindergarten through fourth grade. Tentative date: June 20-24, 9 a.m. to noon, Barré Center. Cost, $35 for one child. Camp director Mary Conrad. Information, (985) 892-1439.

➤ ST. JEROME
(Kenner)
Summer Mission Camp for boys and girls in kindergarten through sixth grade will be held July 5-15, 9 a.m. to 12:30 p.m., 2402 33rd St., Kenner. Theme: “Angels” Cost, one week, $20; two weeks, $30. New activities each week. Registration May 9-June 10. Arts, crafts, games, music while learning about the Catholic faith. Information: 443-3174 ormnarvaez@arch-no.org.

➤ ST. JOHN THE BAPTIST
(Folsom)
Vacation Bible School, June 6-10, 9 a.m.-noon. Open to students in grades pre-K through fourth. (985) 796-5507, theresa.stjohnsreled@yahoo.com.

➤ ST. LUKE THE EVANGELIST
(Slidell)
Seven-week summer camp, “Saints Camp: How to be a Champion for Christ,” May 30-July 15, 9 a.m.-3 p.m., free before care starting at 7 a.m.; after care from $3-6 at $3 an hour. Boys and girls ages 5-13 can attend weekly sessions or all seven weeks. Many fun activities. $40 registration fee; $110 week. 910 Cross Gates Blvd., Slidell. (985) 641-6429, (985) 641-6570.
Bible Camp, May 23-27, 9:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. Accept 4 years old through 7th grade. Theme based on Catholic Olympics. Music, lesson, craft, activities, adoration time. Cost, $25 one child; $40 for two; $55 for three or more. (985) 641-2570.

➤ ST. MARY OF THE ANGELS
(New Orleans)
Boys and girls ages 6-12 explore the theme “Celebrating the Year of Mercy,” June 13-17, 9 a.m. to noon. Cost, $25. Information, 945-3186.

PRE-SCHOOL CAMPS

➤ ACADEMY OF THE SACRED HEART
Summer Hearts Camps for boy and girl toddlers. “Summer Hearts 1” (must be 1 by May 31); “Summer Hearts 2” (must be 2 or 3 by May 31). Camps run May 31-July 15; 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.; extended care available. Campers travel the world of their imaginations as they experience the tropical islands, America, Neverland and South of the border through arts and crafts, water play, music and movement. Location: Mater Campus. Cost, $225 per week. Information, Meliss Saltaformaggio, 269-1230, ashsummercamp@ashrosary.org. Register at www.ashrosary.org/summercamp.

➤ HOLY CROSS
Camp for 4- and 5-year-olds features fun curriculum developed especially for this age group. Session I: June 6-24. Session II: June 27-July 15, 8:45 a.m. to 2:45 p.m. Location: Paris Avenue campus. Cost, $180 per week, $465 per session. Plus registration fee of $50 ($35 if received by May 1). Two T-shirts included with registration. Multi-child discounts. Extended care available. Information, Eric Rebaudo, 942-1884 or email,summercamp@holycrosstigers.com. Register at holycrosstigers.com (click on “Parents” link).

➤ ST. BENILDE
Summer at Benilde for boys and girls beginning at 6-weeks-old. June 6-Aug. 5, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Provides fun and enriching environment in which to grow, play, laugh and love. Tuition and fees vary. Extended care available. Information, Shanon Beyerback, 833-9894. Email,sbeyerback@stbenilde.com; website, www.stbenilde.com.

➤ ST. PETER
(Reserve)
Summer Daycare Camp for boys and girls ages 2-4. May 23-July 29, 7:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Age-appropriate skills developed through interactive games, art projects, manipulatives, technology and outside play. Directed by Marie Comeaux, school principal. Cost, $120 per week. Information, (985) 536-4296. Email, mcomeaux@stpeterreserve.org.

➤ URSULINE
Ursuline Academy Summer Arts Camp for girls beginning at age 3. Session I, June 6-24; Session II, June 27-July 15; “Super Week,” July 18-22. 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Choose from a variety of classes in art, acting, singing, cooking, cheer and dance, music, sewing, ceramics, science, sports, swimming and more. “Super Week” is an all field trip experience. Cost, $715 per session; $1,330 for both sessions; $290 for Super Week. Extended care available. Information, 931-6999. Email,mvanryckeghem@uanola.org. Website, www.uanola.org.

ARTS, CRAFTS, MUSIC,
THEATER CAMPS

➤ ACADEMY OF THE SACRED HEART
Creative HeARTS Camp for girls entering grades K-4. Session I: May 31-June 17; Session II: June 20-July 8; 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.; extended care available. Students tap into their “inner artist” through ceramics, painting, sculpture, music, creative writing and illustration, crafts and dance. Location: Mater Campus. Cost, $725 per session Information,  ashsummercamp@ashrosary.org. Register at www.ashrosary.org/summer camp.
Creative Choice Camp for girls entering grades 5-9. Session I: May 31-June 17; Session II: June 20-July 8; 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.; extended care available. Middle school girls choose their own schedule from a list of new and exciting classes in dance, ceramics, jeweled art, sewing, yoga, Project Runway, cooking, doll-making, gym games, acting and more. Location: Rosary Campus. Cost, $725 per session Information, Meliss Saltaformaggio, 269-1230,  ashsummercamp@ashrosary.org. Register at www.ashrosary.org/summercamp.
Theater Camp for boys and girls entering grades 2-8. June 20-July 8; 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.; extended care available. Campers learn all aspects of drama, culminating with several performances of “You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown.” Location: Mater Campus. Cost, $725. Information, Meliss Saltaformaggio, 269-1230,ashsummercamp@ashrosary.org. Register at www.ashrosary.org/summer camp.

➤ ARCHBISHOP HANNAN
Ceramics & Painting Camp: “Mud and Sticks,” for children ages 11-14, May 31-June 10, from 1 to 4 p.m. Eight-day art camp for young artists who will be creative using clay and paint. All works of art and ceramic pieces will be finished to take home at the end of camp. Cost, $140. Space is limited. Information, Jamie Alonzo at jalonzo@han nanhigh.org; www.hannanhigh.org.
Video Production & Cinematography Camp: “Hawk Studios,” for children ages 11-14, June 20-23 or June 27-30, from 1 to 4 p.m. Each four-day camp will introduce campers to the wonderful world of digital video cinematography, “green screen” technology and screenwriting. Cost, $75. Space is limited. Information, Adolfo Rodriguez atarodriguez@hannanhigh.org; www.hannan high.org.
Registration forms for all Archbishop Hannan camps can be found at www.hananhigh.org. Information, Thomas Huck at (985) 249-6363 or summer camp@hannan high.org.

➤ GREATER NEW ORLEANS YOUTH ORCHESTRAS
Summer Music Festival, June 6-10, Monday through Thursday, 8:30 a.m.-4 p.m.; Friday, 8:30 a.m.-noon, with the O’Connor Family Band featuring Mark O’Connor. Two orchestras: ages 7-12 and 12-19. Tuition, $275 (before April 1); $340 after. Eighth annual Summer Orchestra Program, on Tuesdays, June 28-Aug. 2, 6:30-8 p.m. with final free performance on Aug. 2 at 7:30 p.m. in Roussel Hall at Loyola University, 6363 St. Charles Ave., New Orleans. Auditions not necessary; placement is based on proficiency. Tuition $165 before April 1; $210 after April 1. gnoyo.org. 861-1801.

➤ JEFFERSON PARISH RECREATION DEPARTMENT
Week-long art camp, June 27-July 1, Jefferson Playground, 4100 South Drive, Jefferson. Ages 6-9, 9 a.m.-noon; ages 10-15, 1-4 p.m. $64 a student, supplies included. Artists will work with watercolor and oil, different techniques. 736-6999, ext. 112.

➤ MOUNT CARMEL ACADEMY
Specialty camp fees range from $80 to $100 per child, per session. Mount Carmel Academy, 7027 Milne Boulevard, New Orleans, LA; www.mcacubs.com; summercamp@mcacubs.org, 288-7626.
The following camps are for girls entering grades 5-8:
  Adventures in Digital Filmmaking, June 13-17, 9 a.m. to noon. Spend a week in Mount Carmel’s exciting television studio learning how to create digital movies. Campers learn camera work, editing, lighting, storyboarding, television and newsroom production, directing and more.
  American Ninja-Princess Warrior, June 13-17, 9 a.m. to noon, or June 20-24, 1 to 4 p.m. Campers participate in adventurous fitness challenges like beach-ball running, parachute games, extreme bowling, team challenges and a crazy obstacle course.
  Art Detective, June 20-24, 9 a.m. to noon. Become an art detective and unravel mysteries and puzzles by searching for clues, going on scavenger hunts and creating art to solve the mystery.
  BEADazzled, June 27-July 1, 1 to 4 p.m. Do you love jewelry and everything sparkly? If so, this camp is for you. Create one-of-a-kind necklaces, bracelets, brooches, headbands, hairclips and more.
  Funk-tional Art, June 6-10, 1 to 4 p.m. Create beautiful works of art that you can use every day. Explore techniques with colorful stained glass, paints and decorative mesh and ribbon. Projects include a designed candle-holder, mosaic picture frame, jewelry dish, customized door wreath, pillow cases and more.
  Make-up Makeover for Theater, June 6-10, 1 to 4 p.m. or June 27-July 1, 9 a.m. to noon. Explore the various types of characters found on stage, from fairytale creatures to princesses.
  Making Music at MCA, June 6-10, 9 a.m. to noon. Learn basic singing and music performance techniques, all while enjoying your very favorite songs. The week will end with a recital showcasing the musical talent of the campers.
  Pop Art, June 6-10, 9 a.m. to noon. Create paintings, sculptures, printmaking projects and more in the style of Andy Warhol and other famous Pop artists.
  Preserving Memories-Scrapbooking, June 6-10 or June 13-17, 1 to 4 p.m. For beginners or advanced girls. Learn how to create scrapbooks, put pages together, use various tools and sort pictures. Campers are asked to bring about 50 to 75 pictures to use in the scrapbook.
  Summer in the Spotlight II: Alice in Wonderland, June 13-July 1, 1 to 4 p.m. Theatre Camp features singing, dancing and acting, culminating in a final production of “Alice in Wonderland.” Session II is open to girls and boys.
  Wild About Art, June 20-24, 1 to 4 p.m. or June 27-July 1, 9 a.m. to noon. Campers will learn to draw and paint animals in different mediums, including dot painting, Oaxacan-inspired painting, zentangle art, and printmaking.
  3-D Sculpture, June 13-17, 9 a.m. to noon. Creating papier-mâché flowers, animal sculptures, face masks, wooden boxes and more.
Mount Carmel Junior Camps for girls entering second to fifth grades:
  Beach Time Blast, June 6-10, 1 to 4 p.m. Hands-on craft camp to create everything you need for fun in the sun: beach bag, flip flops, sunglasses, beach balls and creations using seashells and sand.
  BEADazzled, June 20-24, 1 to 4 p.m. Create one-of-a-kind necklaces, bracelets, brooches, headbands, hairclips and more.
  Creature Creations, June 6-10 and June 27-July 1, 9 a.m. to noon. Experience the art of storytelling through puppetry. Campers will explore puppet-making from around the world, make two- and three-dimensional puppets, and develop stories for the characters they create.
  Disney Craftacular, June 13-17, 1 to 4 p.m. Make crafts inspired by Disney movies all while singing along to our favorite Disney tunes.
  E-Magination Creations, June 20-24 or June 27-July 1, 1 to 4 p.m. Campers will build their own web pages, star in their own short films using       iMovie and create movie trailers using iTunes! All skill levels are invited.
  Junior Cub Camp, June 20-24, 1 to 4 p.m., or June 27-July 1, 9 a.m. to noon. Activities designed to tap into the girls’ creativity, intellect, spirituality, as well as physical well-being, including art projects, Bible crafts, games, science projects, computer games, camp songs and children’s games.
  Holiday Craft, June 13-17, 9 a.m. to noon. Learn how to make crafts for every holiday of the year, from Mardi Gras to Christmas.
  Let’s Put on a Show of Dances, June 6-10, 1 to 4 p.m. Learn every aspect of putting on a show of dances. Every day will begin with warm-up and instruction in technical elements leading up to a show on Friday.
  YoGAPPY, June 13-17 or June 20-24, 9 a.m. to noon. Campers will learn to enhance, enjoy and spread the peace and positivity in their lives through arts and crafts, relaxation yoga and stretching, nutrition groups and much more.
  Summer in the Spotlight I, June 6-24, 9 a.m. to noon. Theatre Camp features singing, dancing, and acting culminating in a final production of an original musical revue featuring songs from your favorite musicals, the big screen and more.
  The Amazing Race, June 6-10 or June 13-17, 1 to 4 p.m. Working in teams, you will race around the world to complete various challenges that include Pinterest-inspired crafts, competitive races, cultural dances, and a variety of other activities as you travel from one country to the next.
  We “Heart” Art I, June 13-17, 9 a.m. to noon or 1 to 4 p.m. Campers will be exposed to a variety of art mediums and techniques including drawing, painting, clay sculpture, print-making and mixed-media art.
  We “Heart” Art II, June 20-24, 9 a.m. to noon, or June 27-July 1, 1 to 4 p.m. Build upon the art skills you practiced in We Heart Art I, but with totally new projects. Earlier session not required.
  3-D Sculpture for Juniors, June 27-July 1, 9 a.m. to noon. Perfect for the lover of sculpture or 3-D projects. Create papier-mâché flowers, animal sculptures, facemasks, wooden boxes and more.

➤ ST. MARY’S DOMINICAN
Campers who have completed grades 4-8 will learn from Dominican’s faculty in art, music, drama and robotics. Cost, $125 per camp. For more information about camp tuition, registration, before and after care, call camp director Meg Womble at 865-9401, ext. 4129 ormwomble@stmarysdominican.org.
Band Camp: June 13-17, 12:30 to 3:30 p.m.
Drama Camp: June 6-10, 12:30 to 3:30 p.m.
Studio Art Camp: June 20-24; 12:30 to 3:30 p.m.
Robotics Camp: June 6-10 and June 13-17, from 8:30 to 11:30 a.m.

➤ ST. PAUL’S
Drama Camp for boys and girls, ages 9-13, June 6-10, 1 to 4 p.m., at St. Paul’s Alumni Theatre. Cost, $160. Information, Denny Charbonnet,dennyc@st.pauls.com.

➤ ST. PHILIP NERI
Drama camp for boys and girls entering grades 1-9. June 13-July 28, 4 to 6 p.m. Campers learn onstage and backstage aspects of theater arts and skills building confidence, communication, trust and creativity. Interactive workshops and presentations by local theater professionals. Culminates with three public performances of the musical “Golly Gee Whiz!” July 22, 23 and 24. Cost, $135 for St. Philip Neri students and alumni; $185 for others. Sibling discounts available. Registration through May 20. Information, Stacy Taliancich Randall, 887-5600. Email, srandall@stphilipneri.org

➤ ST. SCHOLASTICA
Cartooning Camp for boys and girls ages 8-13 (limit 12 campers), June 20-24, 1 to 4 p.m., in SSA’s digital media classroom. Instructor is digital media teacher Peter Bertucci. Learn the basics of cartoon design with an introduction into animation. Learn the basic shapes of different cartoon characters, action lines, composition and animate a basic walk cycle of the character they design. Campers will also create a 3D model of their character and work on additional animated characters. Campers will receive a DVD of their animated character. Cost, $150. Information, (985) 892-2540, ext. 129.
  Movie Making Camp for boys and girls ages 9-12 (limit 10 campers), Session I, June 6-10, 1 to 4 p.m.; Session II June 20-24, 9 a.m. to noon; Session III, June 27-July 1, 9 a.m. to noon, in SSA’s digital media classroom. Instructor is digital media teacher Peter Bertucci. Learn the basics of how to make a short digital movie. Work together on pre-production storyboarding and story structure, camera use, lighting and audio, and post-production editing using iMovie on a Mac. Cost, $150. Information, (985) 892-2540, ext. 129.
  Stop Motion Movie Making Camp for boys and girls, ages 8-13 (limit 12 campers), June 13-17, 9 a.m. to noon, in SSA’s digital media classroom. Instructor is digital media teacher Peter Bertucci. Learn how to make a short stop-motion movie and explore the movie making process using paper cutout 2-D animation or 3-D animation using Legos, modeling clay, etc. Cost, $150. Information, (985) 892-2540, ext. 129.
  Video Game Camp for boys and girls, ages 10-14 (limit 12 campers), June 13-17, 1 to 4 p.m., in SSA’s digital media classroom. Instructor is digital media instructor Peter Bertucci. Showcase your skills competing with various game systems such as WiiU, Xbox360, Atari 2600 and             GameCube. Camp will feature a tournament format and a costume contest. Cost, $100. Information, (985) 892-2540, ext. 129.

➤ SOUTHERN REP
Musical Theatre Summer Camp, Musical Theatre Workshops: ages 4-8, “Wizard of Oz,” July 6-25, 9 a.m.-2 p.m., $400; ages 9-12, “A Streetcar Named One Direction,” June 6-July 3, 9 a.m.-2 p.m., $600; ages 13-18, “Into the Woods Jr.,” July 11-Aug. 7, 9 a.m.-3 p.m.). Young actors learn fundamentals of theater, with a focus on ensemble and confidence-building. Every child receives a part and dialogue. Location: to be announced. Students bring their own lunch; and parents are responsible for providing a costume. 523-9857 or www.southernrep.com.

➤ URSULINE ACADEMY
Summer Arts Camp for girls age 3-grade 8. Session I: June 6-24; Session II: June 27-July 15; “Superweek”: July 18-22. 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Campers choose from a variety of fun classes in art, acting, singing, cooking, sewing, cheer and dance, music, ceramics, science, sports, swimming and more. Super Week is an “all field trip experience.” $715 per session, $1,330 for both sessions; $290 for Superweek. Extended care available. Information, 866-5260; email mvanryckeghem@uanola.org; website, uanola.org.

BABYSITTING SEMINARS

➤ CHILDREN’S HOSPITAL
Boys and girls ages 11-13. The Parenting Center and the Junior League of New Orleans partner to provide “Safe Sitter” course. Nationally recognized, medically oriented training course teaches participants to safely care for children and themselves. Fourteen, one-day certification sessions offered from early June through early August at Junior League headquarters, 4319 Carondelet St. Pre-registration is required. Information, 896-9591 or www.theparentingcenter.net. Parenting Center open house, May 27, 5:30-7:30 p.m.

BOARDING CAMPS

➤ CAMP ABBEY
One-week, boys-only and girls-only camp sessions for those entering grades 3 though 9. Three, week-long sessions for boys offered June 12-18, June 19-25, June 26-July 2; four sessions for girls offered July 3-9; July 10-16; July 17-23; July 24-30). Overnight accommodations sponsored by the Archdiocese of New Orleans CYO-Young Adult Office. Swimming, boating, team sports, arts and crafts, archery, fishing, music and more in natural setting. Opportunities for Mass, eucharistic adoration, confession. Per-session cost of $409 a week includes all activities, lodging, three daily meals, snacks and T-shirt. Registration is first-come, first-served. Information, (985) 327-7240, email camp abbey@arch-no.org or visit www.campab bey.org. 77002 KC Camp Road, Covington.

➤ CAMP KATERI
Week-long day and overnight summer camp for girls and boys 7-13, at the 500-acre Rosaryville Spirit Life Center, 39003 Rosaryville Road, Ponchatoula. Canoeing, swimming, archery, sports, arts and crafts, talent shows, campfires, junior Olympic-size swimming pool, a 2-acre fishing pond, archery range, gymnasium, nature trails and more. Early-bird registration ending May 13 is: $411.95 overnight camp, and $271.95 for day camp. Two sessions: June 21-17; July 17-22. The day camp runs from 8 a.m.-5:30 p.m. Junior and seniors counselors sought. Register: (225) 294-5039, ext.101; rosary villela.com.

➤ CAMP MARYMOUNT
Ages 6-17. Two-week sessions for girls May 29-June 10; three-week session for girls June 12 to July 1, with option to sign up for all five weeks. One-week session for boys July 3-8; two-week boys’ session July 10-22 or can sign up for all three weeks. Catholic overnight camp is located 17 miles from Nashville, Tennessee. Horseback riding, arts and crafts, nature hikes, canoeing, archery and more. Non-refundable $100 deposit required after completing online application; it is applied to camp tuition. Information, (615) 799-0410, email info@campmary mount.com or visit www.campmarymount.com.

➤ ST. STANISLAUS
A day and resident camp for boys and girls ages 8-15. Sailing, water skiing, archery, field sports, father and son camp and more. 304 South Beach Blvd., Bay St. Louis, Mississippi. (228) 467-9057, ext. 277, campstanislaus.com.

➤ GIRL SCOUT CAMPS
Overnight summer camps for girls in first through 12th grade at Camp Marydale in St. Francisville, May 29-July 8 and Camp Whispering Pines in Independence, July 6-22. Three-, four-, five- and 2-week sessions available. Facilities at Marydale include sports field, archery field, low-rope challenge course, hiking trails, equestrian center and swimming pool. Facilities at Camp Whispering Pines include high-rope challenge course, rock climbing wall, swimming pool, hiking trails, and stocked 23-acre lake for canoeing, row boating, kayaking, fishing, and a large slide. Participants who are not Girl Scouts are welcome to attend camp but must pay the Girl Scouts’ $15 membership fee. Session information, www.gsle.org; registration information, (800) 644-7571; program information, cmdirector@gsle.org.

CHEERLEADING

➤ ACADEMY OF THE SACRED HEART
Cheer Camp for girls entering grades preK-6. June 20-24, 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Extended care available. Girls receive instruction in cheer/chants, dance, jumps, stunts and tumbling by National Champion cheerleaders. Instruction takes place Monday through Thursday, with culminating performance for parents and friends on Friday. Cost, $225. Location: Mater Campus. Information, ashsummercamp@ashrosary.org. Register at www.ashrosary.org/summercamp.

➤ MOUNT CARMEL
Cub Cheer, for girls entering second through fifth grades, June 27-July 1, 1 to 4 p.m. Introduction to jumps such as toe touch, spread eagle and tuck. Basic tumbling will be taught, including forward rolls and cartwheels. Information, www.mcacubs.com.

➤ ST. SCHOLASTICA ACADEMY
SSA/SPS Cheerleading Camp for campers entering K through eighth grade, June 20-23, 1-4 p.m. and June 24, from 9 a.m. to noon, with show-off at 12:30 p.m. in the SSA gym. Instructors Mary Simoneaux Egan ’09 and Julie Autin. Information, (985) 892-2540, ext. 129.

COMPUTER/MATH/ROBOTICS/SCIENCE CAMPS

➤ ACADEMY OF THE SACRED HEART
  “I Can Be” computer science and engineering camp for boys and girls entering grades 2-6. June 6-10; 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.; extended care available. Students guided through plugged and unplugged activities that explore some of the fundamentals of computer science and engineering. Students will engage with programmable floor robots that help them understand how to code; build using Goldieblox and Lego; design their own robots using Lego WeDo, and Mindstorms; explore game design through the CS First programming curriculum; Stencyl;               Gamestar Mechanic and Gamemaker. Students introduced to Kano, and Piper and engage in various unplugged activities using CS Unplugged activities and a curriculum designed by the co-founders of this organization, Young Women Who Code. In addition to learning key programming concepts, students will create and innovate using cardboard and other materials. A collaborative art piece will employ various iPad apps to explore stop-motion animation. Cost, $275 per week. Location: Mater Campus. Information, Meliss Saltaformaggio, 269-1230, ashsummercamp@ashrosary.org. Register at www.ashrosary.org/summer camp.

➤ ST. ANDREW THE APOSTLE
Summer STEM Academy (Science, Technology, Engineering, Math) for boys and girls ages 4-12. Session I: June 6-10; Session II: June 13-17. 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Cost, $225 plus registration fee of $25. Extended care available. Information, Patience Clasen, principal, 394-4171 orpclasen@sasno.org.

COOKING CAMPS

➤ MOUNT CARMEL
Cooking With Class, for girls entering fifth through eighth grades. Session I is June 6-10, from 9 a.m. to noon or 1 to 4 p.m.; Session II is June 13-17, 9 a.m. to noon. Session 1 is a beginners-level camp that introduces students to basic cooking skills through daily food labs, making healthful food choices, learning about etiquette and table settings. Session 2 emphasizes more advanced cooking skills. Information, www.mcacubs.com.
  Cub Kitchen Creations for girls entering fifth through eighth grades, June 27-July 1, 9 a.m. to noon or 1 to 4 p.m. Gain nutrition information and culinary skills from a local dietitian/caterer while participating in activities geared to living a healthier lifestyle. Information, www.mcacubs.com.
  Cupcakes, Cookies and Cakes, O My! for girls entering fifth through eighth grades, June 20-24, 9 a.m. to noon or 1 to 4 p.m. Campers will learn basic baking skills with an emphasis on the skills necessary to decorate various baked goods. Activities will include basic preparation of cookies, cakes and cupcakes, icing preparation and piping techniques. Information, www.mcacubs.com.

CREATIVE/ENRICHMENT CAMPS

➤ JESUIT
  Robotics Camp for boys and girls entering grades 6-8, June 22-26, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Cost, $350. Information, Kyle White, director, 483-3895 orwhite@jesuitnola.org.
  Science Camp for boys and girls entering grades 4-7, July 11-14, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.. Cost, $150. Information, Nick Nolfe, at nolfe@jesuitnola.org.

➤ LEGIONARIES OF CHRIST
Conquest Camp Bocamb I: June 6-12, Bocamb 2: June 15-21 for boys entering grades 5 through eighth grade; ninth graders and older teens may inquire about leadership positions; dads invited as helpers and participants. Bocamb Farms, 81495 Hwy. 437, Covington. Sacraments, sports, team dynamics, good food, bonfires, outings. Contact Martha Lindley at 452-1529,mfl33184@yahoo.com, www.conquestnol.org.

➤ MOUNT CARMEL
  CSI-MCA, for girls entering fifth through eighth grades, June 13-17 or June 20-24, 9 a.m. to noon. Work as part of an elite team of investigators to help solve a crime. Gain experience with evidence-gathering and testing techniques. In Week 1, campers will perform hair, fingerprint and chemical analysis. In Week 2, campers will perform blood typing and spatter analysis, and DNA analysis. Information, www.mcacubs.com.
  I Am an Author! for girls entering fifth through eighth grades, June 27-July 1, 9 a.m. to noon. Focus on the creative writing of stories, poems and short plays. Daily writing activities (poem and short story). The camp ends with a play based on the stories. Information, www.mcacubs.com.
  MCA Meets Apple for girls entering fifth through eighth grades, June 6-10, 9 a.m. to noon. Explore the uses of Apple products along with Office, new web-based software and storage locations. iPads will be utilized as well as iPhoto and iMovie. Information, go to www.mcacubs.com.
  Web Design Boot Camp for girls entering fifth through eighth grades, June 20-24, 9 a.m. to noon. Build, develop and design websites and learn the basics of Adobe Photoshop using digital photography and basic design elements. Information, www.mcacubs.com.
  Your Best Selfie for girls entering fifth through eighth grades, June 20-24, 9 a.m. to noon. Learn the fine art of smart phone photography, the basics of Internet safety and how to present your best self from behind the screen. Information, www.mcacubs.com.
  E-Magination Creations, for girls entering second through fifth grades, June 20-24 or June 27-July 1, 1 to 4 p.m. Play with cool gadgets and technology. Campers will build their own web pages, create short films using flip cameras, star in their very own band and create digital music. Information, www.mcacubs.com.
  The Amazing Race for girls entering second through fifth grades, June 6-10 or June 13-17, 1 to 4 p.m. Race around the world and compete against other teams to be the first to reach the final destination. You will visit France, China and Brazil, all in one week, ending with a royal tea party in England. Information, www.mcacubs.com.

➤ ST. PAUL’S
  Creative Writing camp for boys and girls ages 10-14, June 13-17, 1 to 4 p.m. Cost, $135. Information, Brad Guillory, bradg@stpauls.com.
  Video Production for boys and girls ages 10-14, June 20-24, 1 to 4 p.m. Cost, $135. Information, Brad Guillory, bradg@st.pauls.com.
  Robotics Camp for boys and girls in grades 5 through 7, dates to be announced. Cost, $150. Information, master teacher Julie Beck,j.beck@stpauls.com.

DANCE, EXERCISE, GYMNASTICS

➤ ARCHBISHOP HANNAN
  Cheer & Dance Camp for girls, ages 5-12, June 6-10, 3:30 to 5:30 p.m., in the Hannan gymnasium. Campers will work with the Hannan Hawk       Cheerleaders and Hannan Hawkettes. Campers will learn cheers, chants, dances, stunts, tumbling, turns, leaps and kicks. Cost, $100. Information, Katie Robinson at krobinson@hannanhigh.org.

➤ ELMWOOD GYMNASTICS CENTER
A variety of camps to provide boys and girls ages 3-14 with summer fun and to keep them physically fit. 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. The programs include:
Kidsports Camp, May 16-Aug. 19, 9-4, before and after care. Campers will have access to two floors of gym space, including the Adrenalin Rush – a 40-foot long inflatable obstacle course; the 100-yard long Adventure Challenge Maze featuring rope climbs, slides and obstacles; and a 40-foot tumble track trampoline; and daily swimming in Elmwood’s pools. Field trips for campers 5 and older include the Saints training facility, Airline Skate Park and Adventure Quest Laser Tag. Program also offers arts and crafts projects, talent show, and dress-up days based on weekly themes. Information, 733-1200, www.elmwoodfitness.com. 1200 South Clearview Pkwy., Suite 1200, Harahan.
Gymnastics, Tumbling and Cheer Camp, May 23-Aug. 12. For potty-trained boys and girls ages 3 and up, campers are divided by age and ability and have access to the 18,000-square-foot gym with beam, bar, floor exercise area, vault, a tumbling track, trampoline and cheerleading instruction, arts and crafts, camp songs; swimming nearby (at Elmwood Fitness), 700 C Elmwood Park Blvd., Harahan. Information, 733-4496.
New Westbank location at newly renovated, 34,000-square-foot Ochsner Fitness Center, 2220 Constitution St., New Orleans. Call 717-2600 for details. All the camps are overseen by certified CPR instructors. 10-percent discount if registered by April 30. www.elmwoodfitness.com.

➤ IVANOV’S GYMNASTICS ACADEMY
For boys and girls ages 3-15. May 31-Aug. 16, 9 a.m.-3 p.m., with before- and after-camp care available. Daily and weekly rates. Certified staff. Gymnastics, tumbling, arts and crafts, games. Registration starts March 15. 3930 Barron St., Metairie. 889-9800, www.ivanovsgymnastics.com.

➤ MOUNT CARMEL
  Carmelettes Pirouettes, for girls entering fifth through eighth grades, June 13-17 or June 20-24, 1 to 4 p.m. Dance camp teaches girls how to perform various styles of group routines. Campers will be introduced to jazz, pom-pom, novelty and high-kick routines. Instructor is Gloria Doran, assisted by the Carmelette Dance Team. Information at www.mcacubs.com.
  So You Think You Can Dance With the Cubs, for girls entering fifth through eighth grades, June 27-July 1, 1 to 4 p.m. This camp will simulate what it is like to be on a reality television dance show. Campers will be divided into small groups and will randomly draw dance genres. Director will be Kelly Amstutz with assistance from the Rhythm Dance team. Information, www.mcacubs.com.
  A Beautiful Me, for girls entering fifth through eighth grades, June 13-17 or June 27-July 1, 1 to 4 p.m. Learn how to have a healthy mind, body and spirit through fun, hands-on activities like art journaling, crafts, gumbo yoga and more. Information, www.mcacubs.com.
  Junior Carmelette Pirouettes for girls entering second through fifth grades, June 6-10, 9 a.m. to noon. Learn how to perform various styles of group routines. Campers will be introduced to jazz, pom-pom and novelty routines, and they will learn basic techniques in jazz and lyrical style dances. Information, www.mcacubs.com.
  Junior Cub Camp for girls entering second through fifth grades, June 20-24, 1-4 p.m. or June 27-July 1, 9 a.m. to noon. An exciting line-up of activities designed to tap into the girls’ creativity, intellectuality and spirituality as well as physical well-being. Activities include art, skits, Bible crafts, games, science projects, computer games, camp songs and a large dose of games people play all their lives like bowling, badminton, ping pong and crazy kickball. Information, www.mcacubs.com.
  Let’s Put on a Show of Dances for girls entering second through fifth grades, June 6-10, 1 to 4 p.m. Learn every aspect of putting on a show of dances. Learn pom, jazz and novelty in preparation for a show on Friday. Campers will learn how make their own backdrops, costumes, and stage make-up for the dance show. Information, www.mcacubs.com.

➤ ST. SCHOLASTICA
  Royalettes/Golden Blues Dance Camp for girls entering pre-K through eighth grade, June 20-24, 9 a.m. to noon with show-off at 12:30 p.m. on Friday in the SSA gym. Instructor is Laurel Szczepanski. Cost, $115. Information, (985) 892-2540, ext. 129.
  Combo Dance/Cheer Camp for girls entering K through eighth grade, June 20-23 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. and June 24, from 9 a.m. to noon, with show-off at 12:30 p.m. Instructors are Mary Simoneaux Egan ’09, Laurell Szczepanski and Julie Autin. Cost, $200. Campers may attend both dance and cheer camps at a discounted rate. Campers must bring their own bag lunch. Information, (985) 892-2540, ext. 129.

LEARNING

➤ ACADEMY OF THE SACRED HEART
  Jump Start I (girls entering grades K-4): July 11-15, 9 a.m. to noon or 9 a.m.-3 p.m.; extended care available. Jump Start into the next school year! Fun-filled activities geared toward easing students back into the school year. Location: Mater Campus. Information, Meliss Saltaformaggio, 269-1230, ashsummercamp@ashrosary.org. Register atwww.ashrosary.org/summercamp.
  Jump Start II (girls entering grades 5-8): July 11-15, 9 a.m. to noon or 9 a.m.-3 p.m.; extended care available. Art projects and games designed to help sharpen research and writing skills, math, and scientific inquiry. Location: Rosary Campus. Information, Meliss Saltaformaggio, 269-1230, ashsummercamp@ashrosary.org. Register at www.ashrosary.org/summercamp.

➤ ARCHBISHOP RUMMEL
Crash course for the June 11 ACT examination. June 6-10, 8-11:30 a.m., by ACT Prep Teacher Michael Mahoney. Cost, $150. Information, 834-5592, ext. 354 or mmahoney@rummelraiders.com.

➤ BROTHER MARTIN
Test Prep Workshop, for boys and girls entering fifth through seventh grades, July 28-29, Aug. 1-2, 8 a.m. to noon. Cost, $125. Information, 283-1561, ext. 3022.

➤ JESUIT
Study Skills Camp for students entering grades 5-9, two sessions, July 11-14, and July 18-21, 9 a.m. to noon. Sign up for one session only. Cost, $100. Information, Dr. Cyril Lagvanec, 887-2810 orlagvanec@jesuitnola.org.

➤ ST. EDWARD THE CONFESSOR
St. Edward the Confessor Summer Reading and Math Clinic for boys and girls who have completed grades K-7. May 31-July 1, 8 a.m. to 12:10 p.m. Develops or remediates basic skills in reading, math and language. Also accommodates strong students who wish to accelerate their learning. Students can take one or more classes. Small groups with a student-teacher ratio of about 5:1. Cost, $300 per class, plus $25 registration fee. Registration through June 3. Works in partnership with St. Edward the Confessor’s Camp Eagle for families interested in attending both programs. Information, Aimee Gardner, 888-6353. Email,agardner@steddy.org.

MARTIAL ARTS

➤ YONSEI MARTIAL ARTS
Summertime at Yonsei Martial Arts is a program for boys and girls beginning at age 3 1/2 through age 13. Kids’ and youth martial arts classes from June 6 through Aug. 6 at 2530 Florida Ave., Kenner. Summer special: $198, for twice weekly training and free uniform. Beginning and intermediate campers will learn discipline and self-confidence. Information, www.yonsei.us. 465-5353.

PRO-LIFE CAMPS

➤ PULSE Immersion Camp
A program that teaches high school students to be pro-life leaders of tomorrow, is taking registration for its immersion weekends April 15-17 at the Bishop Tracy Retreat Center, 1800 S. Acadian Thruway in Baton Rouge; and April 29-May 1 at Camp Abbey, 77002 KC Camp Road, in Covington. Cost is $60 for each weekend. Sessions have dynamic speakers and offer time to interact with other pro-life youth and leaders. The PULP Leadership Institute will be June 19-24 at the Bishop Tracy Center in Baton Rouge. Cost, $199 a student. Sponsored by Louisiana Right to Life Federation. Information, Alex Seghers, youth programs director, 1 (866) 463-5433 or visit www.campjoshua.org.

RIDING, OUTDOOR ACTIVITIES

➤ ARDEN CAHILL ACADEMY
Camp Corral for boys and girls ages 3-14 (must be 4 by 9/30/16). Session 1: May 31-July 1; Session 2: July 5-Aug. 5; 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Swimming, horseback riding, petting farm, archery and riflery, game room tournaments, box regatta races, sock hop, discovery zone, indoor/outdoor sports, arts and crafts, computer lab, Lego building, storytime live, gardening, overnight campout, theater productions, fishing and much more; academic enrichment classes available. Each session: $750. Weekly rate: $175. Family discount of $25 when registering for full session; $100 discount if registering for both sessions by May 20. See website for additional discounts and rates. Extended care and hot lunches available. 3101 Wall Blvd., Gretna. Information, 392-0902 or ardencahillacademy.com.

SCUBA

➤ HARRY’S DIVE SHOP
Scuba camp, boys and girls ages 8 and up; 10 students per class. June 6-10 and July 25-29, 9:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Safe diving instruction from professional staff. Cost, $425, includes a T-shirt, use of scuba equipment, study guides, lunch, daily snacks and beverages. Information, 888-4882 or harrysdiveshop.com.

SEWING

➤ PAULA HARDIN
Ages 8 and up “Learn to Sew” at Metairie, Gretna and Slidell locations. Information: 884-9627, paulasewingschool.com.

➤ MOUNT CARMEL
  Sew Fun 101 for girls entering fifth through eighth grades, June 6-10 or June 27-July 1, 9 a.m. to noon. Covers the basic parts of the sewing machine and how to use the machine correctly. Campers will complete at least one project a day such as a bandana bags, decorative pillows, headbands and more. Space is limited. Information, www.mcacubs.com.

SPECIAL NEEDS CAMPS

➤ CAMP RAINBOW & TEEN-SCENE
Jefferson Parish Department of Parks and Recreation offers two special-needs camps for those with developmental disabilities. Camp Rainbow, for children ages 6-12: Session I, June 6-July 1, and Session II: July 11-29. Camp Teen-Scene for ages 13-20, June 6-July 1 and July 11-29. Both camps are 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Cost, $350 for Session I; $263 for Session II. Extended care available. Both at the new multi-purpose center, 6900 Saints Drive, (the old Saints camp), Metairie. Information, 736-6999, ext. 110, or call Leslie Dunn, email ldunn@jeffparish.net.

➤ SPINA BIFIDA OF GREATER NEW ORLEANS
Camp Friendship is a weeklong camp for children with spina bifida, ages 3 through high school graduates. July 25-29, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., at Paradise Manor Community Club in River Ridge. Theme is “Camp Friendship Explores the World” Each camper will have a counselor. Meals, snacks and beverages provided, and all personal needs cared for throughout the day. Free camp for those with spina bifida. Information, Annual baby day for those ages 3 and under is July 26. Jamie Barnhardt, 737-5181 or campdir@sbgno.org.

➤ ST. GERARD DEAF CAMP
For deaf children and their hearing brothers and sisters, and hearing children of deaf parents and grandparents, ages 5-15. July 3-9 at Rosaryville Spirit Life Center, Ponchatoula. Sponsored by the Deaf Apostolate, Archdiocese of New Orleans. Swimming, arts and crafts, sports, sign language, talent show, canoeing, movies, relay races, fishing, archery and more. Cost, $125 a camper, includes meals, lodging and activities for the week. $10 nonrefundable deposit. Payment plans accepted. Camp director, Arthine V. Powers, 943-2456 orgerarddeaf@arch-no.org. Video phone number is 383-8808.

SPORTS CAMPS

➤ ACADEMY OF THE SACRED HEART
Half-day camps in three different sports for girls entering grades 2-4. Soccer: June 6-10 (Coach Molly Cowley); basketball: June 13-17 (Coach Micki Andry); and volleyball: June 27-July 1 (Coach Shannon Austin). 9 to 11:30 a.m. Cost, $135 per week for each half-day sports camp; there is an option to attend Sacred Heart’s “Summer Fun Day Camp” in the afternoon; before care available for morning camps only. Location: Rosary Campus. Information, Meliss Saltaformaggio, 269-1230, ashsummercamp@ashrosary.org. Register at www.ashrosary.org/summercamp.

➤ ARCHBISHOP CHAPELLE
Basketball, softball and volleyball camps will be offered this summer (check with the school for times and dates, which have yet to be announced). Registration ends May 9. Information, 467-3105, www.archbishop chapelle.org.

➤ ARCHBISHOP HANNAN
  Baseball Camp for boys ages 7-12 at Coquille Sports Park. May 31-June 3, 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Fundamentals with special emphasis on hitting, base-running and fielding. Campers will receive on-field instruction and compete in controlled scrimmages. Cost, $125. Information, Steve Shepherd at sshepherd@hannanhigh.org.
  Basketball Camp for boys and girls, ages 7-12. June 13-16 or July 11-14, 3:30 to 5:30 p.m. Held in two sessions at the Hannan gymnasium. Instruction includes ball-handling, shooting and defensive concepts. Information, Mike Senna atmsenna@hananhigh.org. Cost, $75 per session.
  Little Hawk Football Camp for boys, ages 7-10. June 6-9, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Campers will learn the rudiments of football, including basic stances and starts for every position, as well as running, catching, blocking, tackling and throwing. ,, $200 (if registered by April 30) or $250 (after April 30). Information, Scott Wattigny atswattigny@hannanhigh.org.
  Big Hawk Football Camp for boys, ages 11-14. June 13-16, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Campers will learn more advanced concepts of football, including stances and starts for every position, as well as running, catching, blocking, tackling and throwing. Cost, $200 (if registered by April 30) or $250 (after April 30). Information, Scott Wattigny at swattigny@hannanhigh.org.
  Quarterback START Camp for boys ages 10 and up, July 12-14, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., at Hawk Field and Hannan Gymnasium. Campers will learn in-depth skills on playing the quarterback position, including classroom work watching film. Campers will be introduced to the START philosophy (Serve, Train, Accountability, Review and Temperament). Cost, $150. Information, John McCoy atjmccoy@hannanhigh.org.
Soccer Camp for boys, ages 7-14. May 31-June 3, 8:30 a.m. to noon, at Coquille Park. Cost, $125. Information, Bryan Villa at bvilla@hannanhigh.org.
  Softball Camp for girls, ages 7-12, June 6-10, 8:30 a.m. to 1 p.m., at Coquille Park. Fundamentals in pitching, catching, throwing, infield and outfield play, hitting, bunting, slapping and base running. Cost, $125. Information, Becky Lambert at blambert@hannanhigh.org.
  Volleyball Camp for girls, ages 7-12, May 31-June 3, 8:30 a.m. to noon, at the Hannan gymnasium. Fundamentals, including defensive concepts, hitting, setting and serving. Cost, $125. Information, Bekki Bonnaffee atrbonnaffee@hannanhigh.org.
Registration forms for all Archbishop Hannan camps can be found at www.hanan high.org. Information, Thomas Huck at (985) 249-6363 or summercamp@hannan high.org.

➤ ARCHBISHOP RUMMEL
  Baseball Academy for boys ages 6-14 by head baseball coach Nick Monica at the Rummel baseball field. May 30-June 3, 9 a.m. to noon. Cost, $130. Information, 834-5592, ext. 245 or email nmonica@rummelraiders.com.
  Basketball Camp for boys and girls ages 5-12 by coach Troy Holley in the gymnasium. July 18-22, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Cost, $155. Information, 834-5592, ext. 240 or tholley@rummelraiders.com.
  Soccer Camp for boys and girls, ages 5-11, by soccer coach Tim Burns. July 25-29, 9 a.m. to noon. Cost, $105. Information, 834-5592, ext. 278.
  Soccer Camp for boys only, ages 12-18, July 25-28, 1 to 4 p.m. Cost, $80. Information, 834-5592, ext. 278.

➤ ASCENSION OF OUR LORD
Recreational sports program for boys and girls in T-ball, baseball and softball. Games start at end of May and continue through last week of July. All games played at Ascension of Our Lord School. Registration in the school lobby on the following dates: April 5, 5 to 7 pm.; April 10, 11:30 a.m. to 2 p.m.; and April 17, 11:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. Programs for the following age groups: boys’ and girls’ T-ball for ages 4-6; boys’ baseball for ages 7-8 (coaches pitch); boys’ baseball for ages 9-11 (coaches pitch); boys’ baseball for ages 12-13; girls’ softball for ages 7-9 (coaches pitch); girls’ softball for ages 10-11 (coaches pitch); and girls’ softball for ages 12-13. Information, Mike Abbate, (985) 652-5041. Email, michael.abbate54@yahoo.com.

➤ BROTHER MARTIN
  Baseball Camp for boys, ages 8-14, July 11-15. Instruction provided by Brother Martin baseball coaches and players. Information, 283-1561, ext. 3022.
  Basketball Camp for boys entering second through eighth grades, July 18-22. Instruction provided by Brother Martin basketball coaches and players. Information, 283-1561, ext. 3022.
  Soccer Camp for boys, entering grades 5-12, July 25-29, 6 to 8:30 p.m., Audubon Park soccer fields. Information, 283-1561, ext. 3022.

➤ CABRINI
  Soccer Camp for girls, entering grades 2-8, July 5-8, 8:30 to 11:30 a.m. Cost, $100. Learn and develop skills under the guidance of coach Ryan Hodkinson. Information, 482-1193 orrhodkinson@cabrinihigh.com.
  Volleyball Camp, July 11-15, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Instruction by coach Kasey Laird and the Cabrini varsity volleyball team. Cost, $150. Information, 482-1193.
  Softball Camp for girls, ages 11-14, July 20-23, 9 a.m.-3 p.m. Cost $120 week/$40 day. Instruction provided by Cabrini softball staff and players. Campers will focus on individual skills development in the areas of fielding, hitting/slapping, base running, and pitching and catching techniques. Information, Coach Shannon Austin, 250-1370 orshannonaustin@cox.net. Registration form at cabrinihigh.com.
  Basketball Camp for boys and girls, ages 5-8, July 13-16, 9 a.m.-3 p.m. Cost $120. Information, coach Nancy Walsh, 220-2346 ornewalsh@hotmail.com.

➤ JESUIT
  Baseball Camp for boys ages 6-12, June 20-23, 8 a.m. to noon, at John Ryan Stadium, 100 Blue Jay Way. Cost, $150. Information, Kenny Goodlett, at 483-3914 or goodlett@jesuitnola.org.
  Basketball Camp I for boys ages 10-13, June 6-10, 9 a.m. to noon. Cost, $150.
  Basketball Camp II (Biddy Basketball) for boys ages 6-11, June 13-17, 9 a.m. to noon. Cost, $150.
  Basketball Camp III (Shooting Camp) for boys ages 8-14, June 6-10, 1 to 3 p.m. Cost, $150.
  Basketball Camp IV (Shooting Camp) for boys ages 8-14, June 13-17, 1 to 3 p.m. Cost, $145.
  JayKids Basketball Camp for boys ages 5-8, May 31-June 3, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Fundamentals for younger boys. Cost, $255, with extended care available.
Information on all basketball camps, Chris Jennings at Jennings@jesuitnola.org.
  Football Camp for boys, ages 7-14, July 25-28, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Cost, $170 per camper (if paid before July 5) or $195 (after July 5). Information, Troy Baglio, director, 251-1204 orbaglio@jesuitnola.org.
  Lacrosse Camp I for boys, entering grades 4-6, June 6-10, 8 a.m. to 12:30 p.m., at John Ryan Stadium. Cost, $185.
  Lacrosse Camp II for boys, entering grades 7-9, June 13-17, 8 a.m. to 12:30 p.m., at John Ryan Stadium. Cost, $185.
  Soccer Camp, for boys, ages 9-18, July 25-29, 6 to 9 p.m., John Ryan Stadium, 100 Blue Jay Way. Cost, $175. Information, Hubie Collins, 722-6710.

➤ KELLY GIBSON FOUNDATION SUMMER JUNIOR GOLF CAMP
Boys and girls ages 7-17 at TPC Louisiana, 11001 Lapalco Blvd., Avondale, May 31-June 2, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Taught by former De La Salle great and veteran PGA Tour professional Kelly Gibson and a PGA professional staff. The camp offers 18 hours of instruction by Gibson and other professionals. The camp includes VIP tee gifts, lunch, drinks, awards, prizes and playing opportunities during the camp. Cost, $250 (limited to the first 60 participants registered). Randy Mason 400-8013 orrandy@thekellygibsonfoundation.org. www.kellygibsonfoundation.org.

➤ MOUNT CARMEL
  Dig It and Dig Deeper Volleyball Camp for girls entering fifth through eighth grades, June 6-10 or June 13-17, 1 to 4 p.m. Girls of all skills levels can improve their knowledge of volleyball and develop skills through drill and reinforcement. The Dig Deeper advanced camp is designed for girls who have prior knowledge of the game and are ready to be further challenged. Information, www.mcacubs.com.
  Fast Pitch Frenzy Softball Camp for girls entering fifth through eighth grades, June 13-17, 9 a.m. to noon. Girls of all ability levels learn the fundamentals and intricacies of softball. Program includes defensive and offensive skills, conditioning, position training, base running techniques and pitching/catching skills. Camp will be held at the softball fields in City Park. Bus transportation will be available at noon from the facility to MCA if necessary for afternoon camp. Information, www.mcacubs.com.
  Hoop It Up Basketball Camp for girls entering fifth through eighth grades, June 27-July 1, 9 a.m. to noon. Quality instruction in fundamental basketball skills. Players of all levels will have the opportunity to learn and improve on shooting, ball-handling and game play. Coach Jamie Thomatis will be the instructor. Information, www.mcacubs.com.
  Soccer Camp for girls entering fifth through eighth grades, June 6-10, 9 a.m. to noon. Learn defensive and offensive techniques and game tactics. This advanced camp is aimed at the serious, driven. MCA head soccer coach Pavlos Petrou will be the instructor. The Soccer Camp will be held at the Marconi Meadows Fields in City Park. Information, www.mca cubs.com.
  Ace of Cubs Tennis Camp, for girls entering fifth through eighth grades, June 20-24, 9 a.m. to noon at UNO tennis facility. For girls of all skill levels to increase their knowledge of tennis and develop skills in serving, ground strokes, volleys, overheads, and match play. Bus transportation will be available at noon from the facility to MCA if necessary for afternoon camp. Information, www.mcacubs.com.

➤ ST. MARY’S DOMINICAN
At St. Mary’s Dominican sports camps, girls who have completed grades 4-8 will participate in sport-specific instruction and skill development under the supervision of Dominican’s coaching staff. Cost, $125 per camp.
  Volleyball Camp, June 6-10, 8:30 to 11:30 a.m., for girls who have completed grades 4-5; and June 6-10, 12:30 to 3:30 p.m. for girls who have completed grades 6-8.
  Basketball Camp, June 13-17, 8:30 to 11:30 a.m., for girls who have completed grades 4-8.
  Softball Camp, June 20-24, 8:30 to 11:30 a.m., for girls who have completed grades 4-8. Camp will be held at Harahan Playground.
  Soccer Camp, Aug. 1-5, 8:30 to 11:30 a.m., for girls who have completed grades 4-8. Camp will be held at Playmakers Indoor Sports.

➤ ST. PAUL’S
Seven sports camps for boys ages 8-14. une 6-July 29, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Campers will be taught the essential skills to improve their athletic abilities. Student athletes will assist. Individual camps include: Baseball, June 6-10; Football, June 13-17; Wrestling, June 20-24; Basketball, June 27-July 1; Lacrosse, July 11-15; Soccer, July 18-22; Speed and Strength camp, July 25-29. No equipment is needed. Cost, $195 per camp. Information, Phil Williams, director (985) 373-0225 orphilw@stpauls.com.

➤ ST. SCHOLASTICA
  Basketball Camp for girls, ages 9-14, June 13-17, 9 a.m. to noon, in the SSA gym. Instructor is SSA basketball coach Elicia Ocmond. Fundamentals of basketball through group and individual instruction, including dribbling, passing, shooting and defense. Cost, $115. Information, (985) 892-2540, ext. 129.
  Softball Camp for girls, ages 9-14, June 13-15, 9 a.m. to noon, on the SSA fields. Instructor is SSA softball coach (and former ULL softball player) Lacey Bertucci. Fundamentals of softball, including hitting, fielding, pitching, base running and catching. Each camper should bring her own equipment. Cost, $90. Information, (985) 892-2540, ext. 129.
  Volleyball Skills Camp for girls entering grades 4-8, Session I, June 6-10, 9 a.m. to noon; and Session II, June 6-10, 1 to 4 p.m. Instructors are SSA coaches Andrew Beyer and Pete Bertucci and athletic director Charles Richard. Skills include hitting, defense, serving, setting, blocking, etc. Two courts will be available to accommodate skill levels. Cost, $115. Information, (985) 892-2540, ext. 129.

➤ URSULINE ACADEMY
  Volleyball camp for girls ages 8-14 taught by Ursuline’s coaching staff. June 20-24, 9 a.m. to noon. Quality instruction for all players, with goal of stimulating love for game while laying foundation for development of strong fundamental skills through drills and reinforcement. Cost, $100, plus $30 registration. Fee deadline June 13. Information, Andrea Williams, 212-6952. Email,awilliams@uanola.org.
  Softball camp for girls ages 8-14. June 6-10, 9 a.m. to noon. Softball fundamentals including all aspects of hitting, defensive skills and pitching. Focus on development and improvement of player’s skills and self-confidence, while stimulating love for game. Cost, $100, plus $30 registration. Fee deadline June 3. Information, Andrea Williams, 212-6952. Email, awilliams@uanola.org.
  Basketball camp for girls ages 8-14 taught by Ursuline’s coaching staff. May 30-June 3, 9 a.m. to noon. Introduction to technical aspects of basketball, including training in defensive and offensive techniques and game tactics. Emphasis on ball handling, passing, shooting form and defensive footwork, while having fun. $100, plus $30 registration. Fee deadline May 27. Information, Andrea Williams, 212-6952. Email,awilliams@uanola.org.
  Soccer camps for girls in grades 3-12, offered in two grade divisions. Session I, June 13-17: 9 a.m. to noon (grades 3-7); 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. (grades 8-12). $100 plus $30 registration. Fee deadline June 6. Session II, July 11-15: 9 a.m. to noon (grades 3-7); 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. (grades 8-12). 100 plus $30 registration. Fee deadline July 6. Introduction to technical aspects of soccer, including training in defensive and offensive techniques and game tactics. Emphasis on passing, offensive and defensive footwork, while having fun. Counselors are members of Ursuline’s varsity program. Information, Andrea Williams, 212-6952. Email, awil liams@uanola.org.
  Running camp for girls ages 8-14 taught by Ursuline’s cross country and track and field staff. June 13-17, 9 a.m. to noon. Introduction to technical aspects of running, including training in various track and field events. Emphasis on basic strength training, conditioning, stretching, proper warm-up and cool-down while having fun. Cost, $100, plus $30 registration. Counselors are members of Ursuline’s varsity programs. Fee deadline June 6. Information, Andrea Williams, 212-6952. Email, awilliams@uanola.org.

VOLUNTEERS

➤ CATHOLIC CHARITIES
S.E.R.V.E. Students Engaging in Reflective Volunteer Experiences, four week-long sessions for high school freshmen through seniors to serve needy. Southshore and northshore locations. Information at www.ccano.org/serve/ or call Shannon Murphy, director of volunteers for Catholic Charities, at 310-6962, smurphy@ccano.org.

➤ JEFFERSON PARISH
RECREATION DEPARTMENT
The Jefferson Parish Recreation Department invites high school students needing service hours, teachers and college students studying education, to apply for various summer programs. Contact Rebecca Bourg, coordinator, at 736-6999, ext. 112 or 118 daily from 8 a.m.-5 p.m.

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