By Heather Collins
Camp Cathedral will take place June 5 to July 28. It will offer more than 50 enrichment camps and more than 40 different sports camps for its summer session.
“No matter what your camper’s interests are, you can find it at Camp Cathedral,” said Anthony Ernst, director of summer programs at Cathedral High School.
The camp is geared to students K-12, but also offers a select number of toddler sports experience for children as young as 3.
“As our slogan says, ‘We are a place for growing, laughing and learning.’ We take pride in the experiences we create for our campers,” Ernst said. “Children can expect to take their game to the next level in our sports camps guided by championship winning coaching staffs. Campers can also expect to receive individual instruction and leadership from our outstanding staff of enrichment camp leaders and counselors.”
Camp Cathedral will feature several new offerings, including Fairy Tales and Songwriting Camps for kindergarten to third grade, and Minecraft Camps with a MegaBuild experience.
Camp Cathedral has added Girl Power! A Middle School Girls Leadership Retreat, which gives campers the opportunity to experience fun activities combined with message-driven guest appearances from female community leaders, elite athletes and professionals who will share their insights on goal-setting and perseverance.
Camp Cathedral also offers before and aftercare options for families that require additional supervision.
Most enrichment camps costs are $125, and athletic camps vary in cost from $50 to $125.
Camp Cathedral is held on the campus of Cathedral High School, at 5225 E 56th St., in Indianapolis. For more or to register, visit campcathedral.com.