Marist Hosts Youth Summer Camps Starting June 15

Marist High School is offering summer camps for grammar school kids starting June 15, 2014.
Marist High School is offering summer camps for grammar school kids starting June 15, 2014.

Marist High School will host a variety of sports and activity camps this summer for students entering grades one through eight. The nearly 50 sessions cover everything from sports to art and technology, and begin June 15.

Boys camps include baseball, basketball, football, lacrosse, soccer, running, tennis, volleyball, and wrestling. Girls can choose from basketball, golf, lacrosse, running, soccer, softball, tennis, and volleyball. Co-ed sports camps will be offered in pole vaulting, tennis, and track.

All athletic camps are run by Marist’s accomplished coaching staff. The 2013-14 school year has already seen much success for Marist’s athletic programs, and the staff invites grammar school students to benefit from the leadership and experience of Marist coaches.

Kiddie fun camps for students entering grades one through four will be offered in basketball, soccer, softball, and volleyball. There is an additional kiddie fun camp featuring crafts and games to make a complete day at Marist. In addition, Marist will offer a variety of co-ed activity camps including art, dance, theatre, technology, and forensic science. 

Camps begin June 15 and run through July 31. Complete schedules along with registration forms are available online at www.marist.net. For more information, call 773-881-5310.

Celebrating 50 years of excellence, Marist High School, 4200 W. 115th Street, Chicago, is a Catholic, college-prep, co-ed institution committed to making Jesus known and loved while preparing students for higher education and life.


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