Choose from Four Options
- $119 for a day sports camp for one child ($300 value)
- $198 for a day sports camp for two children ($600 value)
- $299 for an overnight sports camp for one child ($600 value)
- $599 for an overnight sports camp for two children ($1,200 value)
The day sports camp includes three instruction periods and lets participants focus on their choice of sport during each period. Choices include archery, badminton, baseball, basketball, cheerleading, dance, fencing, football, hip hop, lacrosse, rugby, soccer, softball, tennis, track and field, and volleyball. In between the sports instruction periods are fun team building activities and an Inner Game Training session where campers learn stress management and peak performance tools such as yoga and visualization. Campers also enjoy organic meals each day. Day sports camp takes place from 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m., Monday, July 20, through 4 p.m. Friday, July 24. Tuition includes a T-shirt, award, and Integrity Playbook.
The overnight camp gives kids a complete, week-long camp experience with all meals included as well as transportation to a nearby Holiday Inn each night. Drop-off for the overnight camp is also on Monday, July 20, at 8:30 a.m.
Campers can choose from 20 sports choices; sports choices are subject to availability during each of the three instruction periods. Participants can see the current sports availability by visiting the online registration form. An additional fee will be charged for off-site sports that include archery ($50), gymnastics ($20), swimming ($20), rock climbing ($50), and golf ($50); these options are only available during the third instructional period.
Matrix Sports Camp
Gary and Tracy Heilers fell in love at sports camp in 1991—not just with each other but also with athletic training as a way of learning discipline and leadership skills. That's why today, they direct a sports camp of their own: Matrix Sports Camp. Designed for Chicagoland youngsters entering 2nd through 9th grade, the camp covers 20 sports total, from American classics such as baseball to overseas staples such as rugby. Their longer five-day camp encompasses three sports-training sessions per day, as well as character-building activities such as journaling, yoga, and personal values mentoring. Through this dual approach, the directors hope to improve students' mental and emotional strength as well as their physical condition.