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Summer Camps

Flagler College Camps

Flagler College hosts a variety of sports and educational programs for children of all age groups and skill levels. Please review the Flagler College Sponsored programs listed below. We look forward to providing your child with a positive experience they will remember for a lifetime.

  • Flagler College Cheerleading Camp for Kids

    Campers ages K-8th grade will learn age-appropriate fundamental cheerleading and dance skills including cheerleading motion technique, dances, jumps, tumbling and stunts will be presented in a safe environment.

    March 25, 2017 from 8am – 5pm

    Camp Director: Nicki Hicks & Kristen Villacci
    Contact: Nicki Hicks at fccheerleading@gmail.com
    Online Registration: Flagler College Cheerleading
  • 30th Annual Flagler College Bo Clark Basketball
    3 exciting weeks of day camp for boys and girls ages 5 – 17 (morning, afternoon or all-day sessions offered), June 5-9, June 12-16, June 19- 23

    Camp Director: Bo Clark
    Contact: BClark@flagler.edu, 904-484-6495
    Online Registration: Flagler College Basketball

  • Coach E’s Flagler College Basketball

    Team Camp
    Team camp for High School JV, Varsity & AAU, June 2-4

    Saint For A Day
    Overnight/Commuter camp for girls entering 6-12 grade, June 17-18

    Day Camp
    Day camp for girls and boys entering grades K-8, June 26-30 & July 10-14 from 9:00AM – 4:00 PM

    Camp Director: Erika Lang-Montgomery
    Contact: ELangMontgomery@flagler.edu, 904-819-6388
    Online Registration: Coach E's Basketball

  • Flagler College Volleyball Camps

    Libero Camp
    Day camp for girls in 6th to 12th grade, July 5

    All Skills Day Camp
    Day Camp is for girls grades 6th to 8th grade, July 5-6 from 9am-3pm daily

    Little Saints Camp
    Day camp for girls and boys ages 5 to 5th grade, July 5-6 from 9am-11:30am daily

    Hitter Camp/ Setter Camp
    Day camp for girls in 6th to 12th grade, July 7

    Flagler Saints Elite Camp
    Residential or commuter camp for girls in 9th-12th grade, July 7-9

    Camp Director: Matt Affolder
    Contact: MAffolder@flagler.edu, 904-819-6376
    Online Registration: Flagler College Volleyball
  • Flagler College Tennis Camp

    For beginner, intermediate and advanced tennis player’s ages 5-21, half day, full day or residential options available. Campers will be grouped by age, size, and skill level. June 12-16, June 19-23, June 26-30.

    Camp Director: Thomas Hipp
    Contact: Thipp@flagler.edu, 904-826-8622
    Online Registration: Flagler College Tennis

  • Flagler College Summer Seminar

    “Pirates, Protest and Preservation: Exploring the Stories of St. Augustine,” a residential college experience seminar for rising 11th and 12th grade students within Florida. June 11-17

    Program Directors: Jay Szczepanksi & Stephanie Burgess
    Contact: SBurgess@flagler.edu, 904-826-8572
    Website: Summer Seminar

  • Flagler College Writing Camp

    Journey Back in Time: Historical Journal Writing, ages 6 – 14, May 30-June 2 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.

    Camp Director: Dr. Sandra Davis
    Contact: DavisSL@flagler.edu, 904-819-6232

    Instructor: Kathy Abare
    Contact: KAbare@flagler.edu

    Online Registration: Flagler College Writing Camp

    Historical research and creative writing will come alive as campers use journal writing to reflect on new information from the perspective of a fictional character. Excerpts from famous diaries and journals will be discussed before campers have a crash course in selected periods of Florida history from Juan Ponce de León's search of gold and the fountain of youth through the Flagler era. Campers will complete a character analysis as they focus on the events of their selected time period.

    Throughout the week, campers will grab their journals and pencils as we hop on the Old Town Trolley and embark on several walking fieldtrips to tour secret places in the former Ponce de León Hotel and historic St Augustine. During these field trips, students will gather details to add to their research and imaginations.

    During writers’ workshop, campers will participate in mini lessons on the five W’s, writing effective leads, the importance of vivid descriptions, creating voice and the principles of editing. Every writer will receive individual attention and will be inspired and encouraged to polish their writing and presentation skills in a fun, interactive environment.

    In addition to research and writing, each day, we will go for a swim in the pool and head to the campus recreation room for a game of ping pong or foosball with our new friends.

  • Flagler College Theatre Camp

    Middle School Camp

    In the morning, we will focus on building our acting skills through improvisation, ensemble work and playbuilding. In the afternoon, we will focus on theatre arts and design. We will build props, costumes, sets, and more. You may choose to sign up for the full-day or just the morning or afternoon.

    Session 1
    Rising 6th-8th Grade
    June 5th-June 9th
    Morning Session- Acting/Playbuilding (9 am-12 pm)
    Afternoon Session- Theatre Arts and Design (1 pm- 4 pm)

    Session 2
    Rising 6th-8th Grade
    June 12th-16th
    Morning Session- Acting/Playbuilding (9 am-12 pm)
    Afternoon Session- Theatre Arts and Design (1 pm- 4 pm)

    High School Camp

    Learn how to use theatre as a catalyst for social change. We will focus on devising original theatre pieces around contemporary social issues.

    Session 3
    Rising 9th-12th Grade
    July 10th-July 21st
    9 am-12 pm

    Camp Director:Leah Page
    Contact: lpage@flagler.edu, 407-595-9694
    Online Registration: Flagler College Theatre

Community Youth Programs

The below youth programs held at Flagler College are owned and operated by private organizations which contract with Flagler College for the use of its facilities. This includes programs owned and operated by individuals who may work for Flagler College as faculty or coaches during the school year. Flagler College is not a sponsor or partner of these programs and is not responsible for their operations.

  • Shamrock Soccer Camp

    ID Camp
    The Camp will provide players the opportunity to practice and compete with the camp being led by the Flagler College coaching staff and other college coaches are invited. For boys over 15 years of age, Saturday April 22nd from 1 – 4 pm.

    Summer Camp
    Residential or commuter soccer camp for boys and girls age 8-18, June 10-13, June 18-21.

    Contact: John Lynch
    Email: LynchJ@flagler.edu, 904-819-6254
    Website: Shamrock Soccer Camp
  • FFA Summer Film Making Academy at Flagler College

    Experience Real World Film and Television Production in this one of a kind Florid Film Academy film making experience. Residency and Day options available. Boys and girls, ages 7-18, July 10-14, July 17-21, July 24-28.

    Director: Kay Hill
    Contact: kay@flfilmacademy.com, 407-654-8400
    Webpage: FLFilmAcademy.com

  • First City Baseball

    Dates: June 2nd-4th, August 12th, December 9th-10th and December 28th-30th.
    Camp Director: Dave Barnett
    Contact: DBarnett@flagler.edu, 904-819-6253
    Webpage: FirstCityBaseball.com

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Sep 20, 2013
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