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    Local students can spend part of their summer getting fit and improving their sports skills. Check out the camp options below, then follow the easy steps to register.

    Call (810) 989-5670 for details

    NOTE: The girls' basketball camp for girls entering grades 7 to 12 is FULL.
    NO REGISTRATIONS WILL BE ACCEPTED ON THE FIRST DAY OF CAMP.
     

    To register:
     

    Step 1:Baseball camp

    Download and complete: Registration form.

    Step 2:

    Download and complete:Permission slip and concussion awareness form.

    Step 3:

    Mail or deliver all forms, along with a check payable to St. Clair County Community College, to 

    Business Office
    Room 220, Main Building
    St. Clair County Community College
    323 Erie St.
    PO Box 5015
    Port Huron, MI 48061-5015
    • Volleyball Camps and Clinics
    • All camps and clinics located in the SC4 gym.


      Beginner & Intermediate Camp - FULL

      July 13 to 15
      9 to 11:30 a.m.

      For girls entering grades 4 to 12.

      Cost: $95 per camper, $85 if registration and payment received or postmarked by July 3

      Camp highlights: This camp is designed for beginners and those with experience on a middle school team. Campers will be placed in groups with similar skill level players to assure the best teaching environment. The focus will be on the fundamental skills of the game, as well as actual game situations. All campers will receive a camp T-shirt and participate in the end-of-camp tournament.

      Advanced Camp

      July 13 to 15

      12:30 to 3 p.m.

      Cost: $95 per camper, $85 if registration and payment received or postmarked by July 3

      Camp highlights: This camp is designed for those with experience on an AAU or high school team. It is strongly recommended that you have at least two years of club and/or varsity level experience to participate in this camp. The focus is on the fundamental skills of the game at the collegiate level. Sessions will be run similar to a college-level practice environment. Competitive game situations are used throughout the camp for campers to gain high level experience. Additional features will include recruiting, conditioning and nutrition seminars, as well as specialized position training. All campers will receive a camp T-shirt and participate in the end-of-camp tournament.

      Hitter's Clinic

      July 16

      9 a.m. to 2 p.m.

      All ages and skill levels

      Cost: $55 per person, $45 if registration and payment received or postmarked by July 3

      Clinic highlights: This clinic is designed for all ages and skill levels. Whether you are a hitter or want to learn to become a hitter, this is where you begin. Learn the fundamentals and get individual help.

      Setter's Clinic

      July 17

      9 a.m. to 2 p.m.

      All ages and skill levels

      Cost: $55 per person, $45 if registration and payment received or postmarked by July 3

      Clinic highlights: This clinic is designed for all ages and skill levels. Whether you are a setter or want to learn to become a setter, this is where you begin. Learn the fundamentals and get individual help.

       

    • Basketball Shooting Camp
    • June 29 to July 2

      • 8:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. - Boys and girls entering grades 5 to 8  
      • 12:30 to 3:30 p.m. - Boys and girls entering grades 9 to 12

      Cost: $110 per camper, $100 per camper if registration and payment received or postmarked by June 19.

      Location: Gymnasium on the SC4 campus.

      Camp highlights: Camp includes intense shooting and on-court instruction with classroom video.

    • Boys' Basketball Camp
    • July 20 to 23

      • 8:30 to 10:30 a.m. - Boys entering grades 4 to 6
      • 11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. - Boys entering grades 7 to 12

      Cost: $85 per camper, $75 per camper if registration and payment received or postmarked by July 10. 

      Location: Gymnasium on the SC4 campus.

      Camp highlights: Work on your fundamentals from SC4's outstanding camp staff. The camp features daily competition. Each camper receives a T-shirt, individual instruction and a certificate of participation. Bring a good pair of basketball shoes, T-shirt, socks and shorts and a willingness to learn.

    • Girls' Basketball Camp
    • July 27 to 30

      •  9 to 11 a.m. - Girls entering grades 4 to 6
      •  Noon to 2:30 p.m. - Girls entering grades 7 to 12. NOTE: This camp is FULL. 
        NO REGISTRATIONS WILL BE ACCEPTED ON THE FIRST DAY OF CAMP.
         

      Cost: $85 per camper, $75 per camper if registration and payment received or postmarked by July 17.

      Location: Gymnasium on the SC4 campus.

      Camp highlights: Work on your fundamentals from SC4's outstanding camp staff. The camp features daily competition. Each camper receives a T-shirt, individual instruction and a certificate of participation. Bring a good pair of basketball shoes, T-shirt, socks and shorts and a willingness to learn.

    • Girls' Softball Camp
    • June 29 to July 1 (rain date July 2)

      • 9:30 a.m. to noon - Girls entering grades 4 to 12
      • All campers must check in from 9 to 9:30 a.m. Tuesday, June 29.

      Cost: $75 per camper, $65 per camper if registration and payment received or postmarked by June 19.

      Location: North River Road Park

      Camp highlights: A professional staff will teach students individually and in small groups according to ages. Campers will get instruction in pitching mechanics, hitting fundamentals and infield/outfield drills.

      What to bring: Bat, glove, practice gear and a sweatshirt or jacket.

    • Boys' Baseball Camp
    • July 27 to 29 (rain date July 30)

      • 9 a.m. to noon - Boys entering grades 3 to 12
      • All campers must check in from 8:30 to 9 a.m. Monday, July 27.

      Cost: $80 per camper, $70 per camper if registration and payment received or postmarked by July 17.

      Location: Fort Gratiot Field.

      Camp highlights: A professional staff will teach students individually and in small groups according to ages. Campers will get instruction in pitching mechanics, hitting fundamentals and infield/outfield drills.

      What to bring: Bat, glove, practice gear and a sweatshirt or jacket.