Scroll below for a list of activities taking place at Seton this summer. Camps and workshops include athletics, photography and music, with descriptions and required registration forms. For questions, please contact Alyssa Doherty at firstname.lastname@example.org.
For girls in rising grades 3-9, of all skill levels. Our Sports Camp is the perfect experience for young athletes looking to take their fitness and skills to the next level in a fun environment. Campers will be coached by members of the Seton coaching staff and available players. Check-in will be Monday, June 22nd, from 8:30-9:00 a.m. in the Brooks Center Gymnasium. Camp will begin each day at 9:00 a.m., with doors opening at 8:30 a.m. Camp will conclude each day at 3:30 p.m. Extended hours, featuring a supervised open-gym, will be available until 4:30 p.m. The cost is $300.
July 9-12 (Session I)
July 16-19 (Session II)
For girls ages 7-17. Join Elizabeth Seton Varsity Volleyball Head Coach, Metro Volleyball Club 10 East Head Coach, Justine Murdock, for a week of fun and skill building! The clinic will cover all basic skills of volleyball including serving, passing, defense, and hitting. Girls at all levels are welcome. Camp will begin each day in the Brooks Center Gymnasium at 9:00 a.m., with doors opening at 8:30 a.m. Camp will conclude each day at 3:00 p.m. The cost is $250 per week.
May 14-17 (Session I)
May 21-24 (Session II)
June 11-14 (Session III)
For girls in rising grades 3-8. Join Elizabeth Seton Varsity Basketball Coach David Bell for a week of competition and skill building! Camp participants will learn new skills and drills under the direction and experience of the Seton coaching staff and available players. Girls at all levels are welcome. Our goal is to provide a fun and challenging experience for everyone! Camp hours are 4:30-8:30 pm, Monday-Thursday (NO camp on Friday) and the cost is $225 per four-day session.
Seton Summer Band Camp
For girls and boys in rising grades 7-9. The Seton Summer Band program, led by Elizabeth Seton Director of Instrumental Music, Dr. Brad Tatum, will be a week-long performance camp featuring sectionals, full band rehearsals, and a daily bucket drumming break. Students will come together to perform a concert on Friday night, June 22nd. This program will help students develop and maintain their skills over the summer while performing a variety of fun and exciting music! The hours are 6:30-9 pm and the cost is $75.
DC Horn Choir Camp
The DC Horn Choir Camp is an exciting summer program for adult amateurs, college students and advanced high school hornists. Every evening will include a masterclass/lecture and rehearsals in preparation for the grand finale: a public horn choir performance. Special guest this year is Brett Miller, Principal Horn of the Air Force Band and Principal Horn of the Apollo. The hours are 6:30-9:30 pm and the cost is $120 for high school students and $140 for adults.
For girls in rising grades 6-9.
Campers will work with DSLR cameras and photo editing software to learn about light, color, composition, and photo editing techniques to create vibrant digital landscape, portrait, and action photos. Camp will conclude with a culminating, formal photography show and prizes. The hours are 9 am to 3 pm and the cost is $250.
Sports Medicine Camp
For girls in rising grades 6-9. Are you a budding orthopedic surgeon or athletic trainer or an athlete who wants to protect herself from injury? This camp is perfect for any middle school student interested in any aspect of sports medicine. Activities include the Orthopedics in Action hands on labs which include repairing tendons, diagnosing scoliosis and knee injuries. Other hands on activities include basic first aid and setting a fracture by casting. Our athletic trainer will teach appropriate warm up and cool down exercises to minimize injury potential. The camp also includes CPR training. Check-in will be Monday, July 23rd, from 8:30-9:00 a.m. in the Brooks Center Gymnasium. Camp will begin each day at 9:00 a.m., with doors opening at 8:30 a.m. Camp will conclude each day at 3 p.m. The cost is $300.
Summer Arts Learning
July 9 – 20 (Session I)
July 23 – Aug. 3 (Session II)
9 am to 4 pm
Ages 7 – 13 | $450 per session (financial assistance available)
Explore a creative world in visual arts, dance, music and more in the amazing arts facilities at Elizabeth Seton High School for older elementary school students. Each two-week camp has unique curriculum them culminate in a performance showcase and art exhibition.
REGISTER NOW AT www.joesmovement.org/seton