Article by Phoenix writer Isabel Connolly, ’23:
The School That Never Sleeps doesn’t nap in the summer months when Kellenberg offers various summer camp programs which provide something for any and all students.
Stretched over three weeks from June 28 – July 16, more than two dozen camps will entertain and instruct hundreds of kids.
Last year’s pandemic forced summer camps to be moved to a virtual format. Fortunately, this year camps can once again be in person. Even with limited capacity, over 1,000 of both current and new students have signed up for one of the many camps Kellenberg has to offer.
Whether it be a sports instructional camp such as girls soccer or boys basketball or an enrichment camp such as Model U.N., Robotics, or Culinary, there truly is a camp for every student. New additions to the summer camp roster include two new science camps.
A common favorite at Kellenberg is its camp, Catholic Experience. It usually fills up almost immediately. Many students enjoy the fun and faith-filled activities.
Sophomore Connor Ronan notes, “I love that the camp is centered around God but also has tons of fun games that can be parallel to our faith. The camp shows that we can find joy in our faith.”
Parents can register their children for camps at https://www.kellenberg.org/camps/, but act fast because space is limited!