Gannon University gets ready to embark on another summer filled with fun. From kicking a soccer ball to investigating a crime scene, learning lacrosse technique to producing manuscripts, Camp Gannon has a lot in store for its 2016 campers.
Learning has always been part of summers at Gannon. Camp Gannon is a one-stop-shop of exciting and rewarding summer activities for ages 7-18.
Offerings at Camp Gannon include the popular summer camps that teach skill on the individual level and team levels to eager young athletes who are hungry to improve. Rigorous summer academic programs are also offered such as the Regional Summer School of Excellence at which invited students can learn aboard the Environaut, Gannon’s 53-foot research vessel. Budding actors can learn first-hand from Gannon’s finest theatre students and aspiring journalists can fine tune their skills.
Camps are conducted in Gannon’s exceptional learning environments, including the School of Communication and the Arts, the innovative Forensic Investigation Center and the Recreation and Wellness Center.
Some of the Camp Gannon options for the month of June and beginning of July are as follows:
Girls Basketball Shooting Camp
June 20 – 23 (ages 11 – 18)
In this shooting-specific camp, campers receive individual attention focused on the basic concepts and techniques of shooting.
June 22 – 25 (ages 8 – 18)
Participate in the first summer swim camp in Gannon history. This camp will focus on technique and analysis for all four competitive strokes in order to help prepare swimmers for competition. An Elite Knights camp will also be available for swimmers ages 10 to 18 who want to reach elite levels of stroke performance, starts and turns, as well as conditioning, prerace strategy and goal setting.
Boys and Girls Soccer
June 27 – July 1 (ages 5 – 14)
Boys and girls of all skill levels have the opportunity to learn from Gannon’s experienced coaching staff and student-athletes on skill refinement and enhancement. Half- or full-day camp options are available.
Summer School of Excellence
July 5 – 8, 11 – 15 (ages 16 – 18)
Learn about investigating and researching environmental health issues during this free two-week-long program. Students will learn in laboratories and aboard Gannon’s research vessel, the Environaunt.
GTX: Gannon Theatre Experience
July 18 – 23 (ages 13 – 18)
Experience the unique weeklong overnight residence camp that takes junior and senior high students through the world of theatre. All levels of experience are welcome.
For more information about Gannon’s summer offerings, including fee and registration information please visit: www.gannon.edu/campgannon.
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