Summer Camps Age 5-6 Years

Camp Bruin Kids - Level A


All Day, Weekly Sessions

Must be entering Kindergarten to 1st grade in Fall 2020 and at least 5 years old by September 1, 2020.

Camp Bruin Kids is our traditional day camp where campers are encouraged to participate in a wide variety of activities as they meet new friends. Each week of camp is designed around a weekly theme and includes a dress-up day, on-campus special event, and end of the week celebration. 

Weekly activities include:

  • Noncompetitive sports and field games
  • Recreational swimming in our Family Pool (Group lessons are also available during the camp day for this program. See page 13 of the Summer Camp 2020 guide.)
  • Arts & Crafts
  • Singing & music
  • Storytime
  • Supervised indoor and outdoor free-choice time
  • Theme activity (Science, cooking, or messy art activity designed around our weekly theme)

Location:

Sunset Canyon Recreation Center

The Family Pool is an outdoor 25-yard pool with a shallow leisure area and adjacent deep water diving well. Use of this pool is first and foremost for children and students.

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Bruins on Broadway - Level A


All Day, Weekly Sessions

Must be entering 1st-9th grade in Fall 2020 and at least 6 years old by September 1, 2020. 

In this musical theater program, campers experience the thrill of performance as they take center stage in a fully mounted musical production for family and friends. This comprehensive musical theater program puts an emphasis on process and developing confidence in a fun and creative environment. In addition to production rehearsal, additional camp activities are listed by group level. 

Weekly activities include:

  • Daily arts and crafts
  • Group voice and dance instruction
  • Dramatic Play

Location:

John Wooden Center

Dates:

Weeks 6-9 (July 20 - August 15)

Live Performance: The Little Mermaid Jr.

Thursday, July 30 @ 6:00 PM

Friday, July 31 @ 5:00 PM

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Bruin Theatrix


All Day, Weekly Sessions

Must be entering Kindergarten - 5th grade in Fall 2020 and at least 5 years old by September 1, 2020. 

Love the theater...storytelling...dramatic play?  Bruin Theatrix is a creative dramatic program that combines improvisation, storytelling, theater games, music, arts and crafts, puppetry and world mask.  Activities from all areas come together for a camper showcase that parents are invited to attend. 

Session Dates:

Week 1: June 15 - June 19

Week 2: June 22 - June 26

Summer Camps Age 7-10 Years

Camp Bruin Kids - Levels B & C


All Day, Weekly Sessions

Level B: Must be entering 2nd or 3rd grade in Fall 2020 and at least 7 years old by September 1, 2020. 

Level C: Must be entering 4th or 5th grade in Fall 2020 and at least 9 years old by September 1, 2020.

Camp Bruin Kids is our traditional day camp where campers are encouraged to participate in a wide variety of activities as they meet new friends. Each week of camp is designed around a weekly theme and includes a dress-up day, off-campus field trip, and end of the week celebration. Teamwork and sportsmanship are emphasized throughout Level B & C as campers work to refine their skills in a variety of activities.  

Weekly activities include:

  • Field Trip
  • Noncompetitive sports and field games
  • Cooperative team building games
  • Recreational swimming in our family pool
  • Arts & Crafts
  • Supervised indoor and outdoor free-choice time
  • Theme activity (Science, cooking, or messy art activity designed around our weekly theme)

Location:

Sunset Canyon Recreation Center

The Family Pool is an outdoor 25-yard pool with a shallow leisure area and adjacent deep water diving well. 

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Camp Explore - Bruin Leadership


About all Camp Explore Camps

Must be entering 2nd-5th grade in Fall 2020 and at least 7 years old by September 1, 2020.

Camp Explore is a series of two-week, half-day specialty camps that give children the opportunity to sharpen their skills in an area that interests them. Mix and match AM and PM Camp Explore programs for a full day of supervised fun.

About Bruin Leadership

In this program, John Wooden’s pyramid of success will be used as a vehicle for discussing and developing skills related to self-esteem, confidence, diversity, tolerance, and teamwork. Through activities like self-defense, team building, challenge course and community service projects, campers will work to develop their self-awareness and leadership skills.

Location:

Sunset Canyon Recreation Center

Session Dates:

Afternoon Session A: July 6 - 17

Afternoon Session B: July 20 - July 31

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Camp Explore - Bruin Survivor


About all Camp Explore Camps

Must be entering 2nd-5th grade in Fall 2020 and at least 7 years old by September 1, 2020.

Camp Explore is a series of two-week, half-day specialty camps that give children the opportunity to sharpen their skills in an area that interests them. Mix and match AM and PM programs for a full day of supervised fun.

About Bruin Survivor

Bruin Survivor offers campers the opportunity to explore adventure programming in a fun and safe local environment. Campers will be exposed to basic survival skills, orienteering, shelter building activities and green principles through a variety of outdoor activities. Weekly activities include rock wall, team building, on-campus nature hikes, outdoor cooking, and other activities.

Location:

Sunset Canyon Recreation Center

Session Dates:

Afternoon Session B: July 20 - July 31

Afternoon Session C: August 3 - August 14

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Camp Explore - Express


About all Camp Explore Camps

Must be entering 2nd-5th grade in Fall 2020 and at least 7 years old by September 1, 2020.

Camp Explore is a series of two-week, half-day specialty camps that give children the opportunity to sharpen their skills in an area that interests them. Mix and match AM and PM programs for a full day of supervised fun.

About Express

Express is a multimedia art camp geared toward beginning and continuing artists. Campers will creatively express themselves through hands-on projects while learning technique, vocabulary, and art history. Each two-week session is culminated by an art showcase. Weekly activities include drawing, painting, collage, wearable art, and multimedia pieces.

Location: 

Sunset Canyon Recreation Center

Session Dates

Afternoon Session B: July 20 - July 31

Afternoon Session C: August 3 - August 14

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Camp Explore - Imagination Station


About all Camp Explore Camps

Must be entering 2nd-5th grade in Fall 2020 and at least 7 years old by September 1, 2020.

Camp Explore is a series of two-week, half-day specialty camps that give children the opportunity to sharpen their skills in an area that interests them. Mix and match AM and PM programs for a full day of supervised fun.

About Imagination Station

Imagination Station is our science, creative thinking, and engineering program. Campers will be exposed to a variety of new skills that incorporate problem solving and opportunities to get creative. Each two week session is designed around a unique theme.

Locations:

Sunset Canyon Recreation Center

Session Dates:

Afternoon Session A: July 6 - July 17

Morning Session B: July 20 - July 31

Morning & Afternoon Sessions C: August 3 - August 14

Themes: 

Afternoon Session A: Slimey Gooey Gunk

Morning Session B: Intergalactic Adventures

Morning Session C: Construction Destruction

Afternoon Session C: Wizard's World

 

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Camp Explore - Strokes


About all Camp Explore Camps

Must be entering 2nd-5th grade in Fall 2020 and at least 7 years old by September 1, 2020.

Camp Explore is a series of two-week, half-day specialty camps that give children the opportunity to sharpen their skills in an area that interests them. Mix and match AM and PM programs for a full day of supervised fun.

About Strokes

This program provides progressive instruction in tennis and swimming in a recreational-noncompetitive environment. Weekly activities include tennis, swimming, recreational games, and water play. Each two week session concludes with a water and tennis extravaganza.

Location:

Sunset Canyon Recreation Center

Session Dates:

Morning Session A: July 6 - July 17

Morning Session B: July 20 - July 31

Morning Session C: August 3 - August 14

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Camp Explore - Bruin Skate


About all Camp Explore Camps

Must be entering 2nd-5th grade in Fall 2020 and at least 7 years old by September 1, 2020.

Camp Explore is a series of two-week, half-day specialty camps that give children the opportunity to sharpen their skills in an area that interests them. Mix and match AM and PM programs for a full day of supervised fun.

About Bruin Skate

Bruin Skate helps campers stay active while teaching the fundamentals of skateboarding in a fun and safe environment. Intermediate skateboarders will improve skills and creatively develop their individual style. Campers are provided with full safety gear (helmet, elbow pads, knee pads and wrist guards).

Location:

Sunset Canyon Recreation Center

Session Dates:

Morning & Afternoon Sessions A: July 6 - July 17

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Bruin Wild


All Day, Weekly Sessions  

Must be entering 2nd-5th in Fall 2020 and at least 7 years old by September 1, 2020. 

Bruin Wild is an expanded youth outdoor program where campers explore the outdoor world in a fun and safe environment. Campers will prep for and take field-trips to hike local trails. Campers will learn basic survival skills, orienteering, and leave no trace principles through a variety of outdoor activities. Activities include rock wall, team building, off-campus nature hike, outdoor cooking, and survival skills activities. Campers will then culminate in an on campus camping experience in the safety of Sunset Canyon Recreation Center.

Drop Off / Pickup Location:

Sunset Canyon Recreation Center 

Session Dates:

Week 2: June 22 - June 26

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Bear Necessities (9+ years)

All Day, Weekly Sessions

Must be entering 4th-10th grade in Fall 2020 and at least 9 years old by September 1, 2020. 

Bear Necessities is a week-long wilderness program where campers explore the outdoor world in a fun and safe environment. Campers will learn basic survival skills and principles through a variety of outdoor activities. Activities include team building, orienteering, and outdoor cooking. Off-campus overnight camping experience in the safety of the camp grounds of UCLA UniCamp.

Drop Off / Pickup Location:

Sunset Canyon Recreation Center 

Session Dates:

Week 5: July 13-17

Off-campus overnight camping experience: Tuesday - Friday

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Bruins on Water (8+ years)


All Day, Weekly Sessions

Must be entering 3rd-5th grade in Fall 2020 and at least 8 years old by September 1, 2020.

Step onboard for a summer of fun where science meets the sea. Campers will be introduced to the wonders of the Pacific Ocean through interactive science experiments and on-the-water aquatic activities. Under the supervision of our knowledgeable and experienced staff, campers will sail, kayak, and experience the marine environment in a safe and exciting way. A varied program of land and water activities promote hands-on learning and an active aquatic lifestyle.

Important (Please Note)

Since water sports are integral to these programs, participants must successfully complete a swimming test prior to participating in water activities. Campers must be able to comfortably swim twenty-five consecutive yards and tread water for two minutes.

Drop-Off / Pick-Up Location:

Parking lot 7 (by John Wooden Center)

Session Dates:

Weeks 1 - 9

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Bruins on Broadway - Level A/B


All Day, Weekly Sessions

Level A- Must be entering 1st-4th grade in Fall 2020 and at least 6 years old by September 1, 2020.

Level B- Must be entering 5th- 9th grade in Fall 2020 and at least 10 years old by September 1, 2020.

In this musical theater program, campers experience the thrill of performance as they take center stage in a fully mounted musical production for family and friends. This comprehensive musical theater program puts an emphasis on process and developing confidence in a fun and creative environment. In addition to production rehearsal, additional camp activities are listed by group level below.

Level A Weekly Activities include:

  • Daily arts and crafts
  • Group voice and dance instruction
  • Dramatic play
  • One day time field trip

Level B Weekly Activities include: 

  • Mini workshops in: mime, stage combat, stage makeup,
    physical comedy, and mask
  • Group voice and dance instruction
  • One day and evening field trip

Location:

John Wooden Center

Session Dates:

Weeks 6-9 (July 20 - August 15)

Level A Performance: 

The Little Mermaid Jr.

Thursday, August 31 @ 6:00 PM

Friday, August 14 @5:00 PM

Level B Performance: 

Friday, August 14 @7:30 PM

Saturday, August 15 @ 2:00 PM

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Bruin Theatrix


All Day, Weekly Sessions

Must be entering Kindergarten - 5th Grade in Fall 2020 and at least 5 years old by September 1, 2020.

Love the theater…storytelling…dramatic play? Bruin Theatrix is a creative dramatic program that combines improvisation, storytelling, theater games, music, arts and crafts, puppetry and world mask making. Activities from all areas come together for a camper showcase that parents are invited to attend.

Location:

John Wooden Center

Session Dates:

Week 1: June 15 - June 19

Week 2: June 22 - June 26

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Extreme (9+ years)


All Day, Weekly Sessions

Must be entering 4th-6th grade in Fall 2020 and at least 9 years old by September 1, 2020.

Camp Extreme is an action packed program that provides campers a chance to be active in a variety of areas. These activities include recreational swimming, skateboarding, a weekly field trip (refer to schedule), and water sports at the Marina Aquatic Center, such as sailing and kayaking.

Important:

Since water sports are integral to these programs, participants must successfully complete a swimming test prior to participating in water activities. Campers must be able to comfortably swim twenty-five consecutive yards and tread water for two minutes.

Drop Off / Pickup Location:

Parking Lot 7 (by John Wooden Center)

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Summer Camps Age 11-15 Years

Bruins on Broadway - Level B


All Day, Weekly Sessions

Must be entering 5th-9th grade in Fall 2020 and at least 10 years old by December 1, 2020

In this musical theater program, campers experience the thrill of performance as they take center stage in a fully mounted musical production for family and friends. This comprehensive musical theater program puts an emphasis on process and developing confidence in a fun and creative environment. In addition to production rehearsal, additional camp activities are listed by group level below.

Weekly activities include:

  • Mini workshops in: mime, stage combat, stage makeup, physical comedy, and mask
  • Group voice and dance instruction
  • One day evening field trip

Location:

John Wooden Center

Session Dates:

Weeks 6-9 (July 20 - August 15)

Performance: Matilda Jr. 

Friday, July 31 @ 7:30 PM

Saturday, July 31 @ 2:00 PM

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Extreme (11 year)


All Day, Weekly Sessions

Must be entering 4th-6th grade in Fall 2020 and at least 9 years old by September 1, 2020.

Camp Extreme is an action packed program that provides campers a chance to be active in a variety of areas. These activities include recreational swimming, challenge course, a weekly field trip (refer to schedule), and water sports at the Marina Aquatic Center, such as sailing, kayaking, and standup paddle boarding.

Important:

Since water sports are integral to these programs, participants must successfully complete a swimming test prior to participating in water activities. Campers must be able to comfortably swim twenty-five consecutive yards and tread water for two minutes.

Drop Off / Pickup Location:

Parking Lot 7 (by John Wooden Center)

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Waterfront Camp: H2O Adventure


Must be entering 6th - 10th grade in Fall 2020 and at least 11 years old by September 1, 2020.

About this Camp

Get the best of all "water worlds" in an aquatic camp that lets you sample a wide range of ocean front activities. Ride the waves on surf and boogie boards at the beach, and then experience the zen of sailing and the adventure of stand up paddleboarding and kayaking at our Marina Aquatic Center. Plan to get wet and have fun while experienced instructors guide you through land and water activities that reflect the best of what the ocean has to offer.


Important (Please Note)

Since water sports are integral to these programs, participants must successfully complete a swimming test prior to participating in water activities. Campers must be able to comfortably swim fifty consecutive yards and tread water for two minutes. 

Drop-Off / Pick-Up Location:

Parking lot 7 (by John Wooden Center)

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Waterfront Camp: Sailing


Must be entering 6th-10th grade in Fall 2020 and at least 11 years old by September 1, 2020.

About this Camp

The horizon's the limit as campers cast off and learn to sail with our experienced instructors. We combine land and water exercises to make a fun and challenging program with an emphasis on hands-on skills in seamanship, teamwork, and sportsmanship. Beginning campers start in our fleet of RS Quest sailboats, while returning campers who have mastered the basic skills have the opportunity to progress to more challenging performance boats.

Important (Please Note)

Since water sports are integral to these programs, participants must successfully complete a swimming test prior to participating in water activities. Campers must be able to comfortably swim fifty consecutive yards and tread water for two minutes. 

Drop-Off / Pick-Up Location:

Parking lot 7 (by John Wooden Center)

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Camp Voyager


All Day, Weekly Sessions

Must be entering 6th-10th grade in Fall 2020 and at least 11 years old by September 1, 2020.

Voyager is an action-packed all day program for teens and tweens who are always on the move. Weekly schedule includes activities on UCLA campus, such as rock climbing and recreational swimming; Marina Aquatic Center activities, such as sailing and kayaking; and two major field trips (see schedule below).


Important (Please Note)

Since water sports are integral to these programs, participants must successfully complete a swimming test prior to participating in water activities. Campers must be able to comfortably swim fifty consecutive yards and tread water for two minutes. 

Drop-Off / Pick-Up Location:

Parking lot 7 (by John Wooden Center)

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Junior Rowing Camp (13+ years)


All Day, Weekly Sessions

Must be entering 8th-12th grade in Fall 2020 and at least 13 years old by September 1, 2020.

Junior Rowing Camp introduces teens to the sport of competitive, Olympic-style rowing. This camp gives beginners a firm foundation in rowing stroke fundamentals, boat handling, terminology, and safety, all while having fun in sleek, eight-oared racing shells.

Important (Please Note)

Since water sports are integral to these programs, participants must successfully complete a swimming test prior to participating in water activities. Campers must be able to comfortably swim fifty consecutive yards and tread water for two minutes. 

Drop-Off / Pick-Up Location:

Marina Aquatic Center, Marina Del Rey (Transportation not provided from/to UCLA campus) 

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Junior Lifeguarding Camp

All Day, Weekly Sessions 

Must be entering 6th-9th grade in Fall 2020 and at least 11 years old by September 1, 2020.

This camp, based on the American Red Cross Junior Lifeguarding program, builds a foundation of knowledge, attitudes, and skills for future lifeguards. This camp will introduce participants to the skills needed for entry to the American Red Cross Lifeguarding course such as communication and decision-making skills, the basic responsibilities of a lifeguard and the basic knowledge and skills required to be a lifeguard, as well as help prepare campers for the physical demands of acquiring and maintaining a lifeguarding certification. Daily swimming, coursework, and fun camp activities make for an active, awesome aquatic adventure. Participating campers can receive certification in CPR/AED, and first aid, however, will not be certified as a lifeguard. 

Course Prerequisites

Before entering Junior Lifeguarding, participants must demonstrate the following skills:

1. Swim the front crawl for 25 yards continuously while breathing to the front or side. 

2. Swim the breaststroke for 25 yards using a pull, breath, kick and glide sequence. 

3. Tread water for 1 minute using arms and legs. 

4. Show a level of comfort on the back by floating on the back for 30 seconds or swimming on the back for 25 yards using the elementary backstroke or back crawl. 

5. Submerge and swim a distance of 10 feet under water.

Drop-Off / Pick-Up Location:

Parking Lot 7 (by John Wooden Center)

Session Dates:

June 29 - July 10*

*No camp Friday, July 3

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Counselors in Training - Mandatory Training (14+ year)


About this Training

Must be entering 9th-12th grade in Fall 2020 and at least 14 years old by September 1, 2020.

This program teaches teens to work with youth while earning community service hours. Each participant will attend mandatory trainings that will cover topics like leadership, team building, supervision of children, inclusion, CPR/First Aid certification, and other specialized trainings as necessary. Directly following the training week, CITs will be placed in a one-week volunteer opportunity in one of our camp programs. Placement in camp programs will depend upon each CIT's age (as listed below), demonstrated strengths, and the weekly needs of each camp program. CITs must pass a swim test for programs that frequent pools or the Marina.

For Volunteer Week, CITs may choose to work an AM, PM, or all-day shift for the duration of the week. After successfully completing this two-week program, CITs may be invited to be a CIT Volunteer in our camp programs, providing them the opportunity to volunteer throughout the remainder of the summer.

Important (Please Note)

CITs must attend all training days in one session and at least one full week (a half- or whole-day shift) in the camp they are assigned to train with.

Group 1 - Ages 14-15:

Volunteer opportunities in Camp Bruin Kids Levels A/B/C and Camp Explore. For more information about these programs, see pages 12-18 of the Summer Camp 2020 Guide.

Group 2 - Ages 16-17:

Volunteer opportunities in Camp Bruin Kids Levels A/B/C, Camp Explore, Marina Aquatic Center, & Bruins on Broadway.

Training Week Drop Off / Pick Up Location:

Parking Lot 7 (near John Wooden Center)

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Summer Camps Age 16-17 Years

Junior Rowing Camp


All Day, Weekly Sessions

Must be entering 8th-12th grade in Fall 2020 and at least 13 years old by September 1, 2020.

Junior Rowing Camp introduces teens to the sport of competitive, Olympic-style rowing. This camp gives beginners a firm foundation in rowing stroke fundamentals, boat handling, terminology, and safety, all while having fun in sleek, eight-oared racing shells.

Important (Please Note)

Since water sports are integral to these programs, participants must successfully complete a swimming test prior to participating in water activities. Campers must be able to comfortably swim fifty consecutive yards and tread water for two minutes. 

Drop-Off / Pick-Up Location:

Marina Aquatic Center, Marina Del Rey (Transportation not provided from/to UCLA campus) 

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Counselors in Training - Mandatory Training


About this Training

Must be entering 9th-12th grade in Fall 2020 and at least 14 years old by September 1, 2020.

This program teaches teens to work with youth while earning community service hours. Each participant will attend mandatory trainings that will cover topics like leadership, team building, supervision of children, inclusion, CPR/First Aid certification, and other specialized trainings as necessary. Directly following the training week, CITs will be placed in a one-week volunteer opportunity in one of our camp programs. Placement in camp programs will depend upon each CIT's age (as listed below), demonstrated strengths, and the weekly needs of each camp program. CITs must pass a swim test for programs that frequent pools or the Marina.

For Volunteer Week, CITs may choose to work an AM, PM, or all-day shift for the duration of the week. After successfully completing this two-week program, CITs may be invited to be a CIT Volunteer in our camp programs, providing them the opportunity to volunteer throughout the remainder of the summer.

Important (Please Note)

CITs must attend all training days in one session and at least one full week (a half- or whole-day shift) in the camp they are assigned to train with.

Group 1 - Ages 14-15:

Volunteer opportunities in Camp Bruin Kids Levels A/B/C and Camp Explore. For more information about these programs, see pages 12-18 of the Summer Camp 2020 Guide.

Group 2 - Ages 16-17:

Volunteer opportunities in Camp Bruin Kids Levels A/B/C, Camp Explore, Marina Aquatic Center, & Bruins on Broadway.

Training Week Drop Off / Pick Up Location:

Parking Lot 7 (near John Wooden Center)

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Swim Lessons & Other Events

Late Night Date Night

Late Night Date Night

For campers entering Kindergarten-5th grade.

 

This program offers an opportunity for our elementary school age campers to enjoy a late night adventure at camp, while parents get the night off! Activities include: dinner at one of the UCLA Dining Facilities, games, glow in the dark sports, a craft, a movie, popcorn and dessert. 

FRIDAYS: June 26, July 17, August 7
DROP-OFF: 4:30pm if not coming from camp
PICK-UP: Friday, 10:00pm-10:30pm
FEE: $49 per session, per child
LOCATION: Sunset Canyon Recreation Center

 

Extended Care

Extended Swim (Week 1-12)

Appropriate for children entering Kindergarten through 6th Grades. Do you need extended care and want an after camp swim lesson? We’ve got just the program for you. Campers enrolled in Extended Swim will be transferred from their regular camp program at JWC or SCRC to Extended Swim at SCRC. During each week of Extended Swim, campers will participate in a daily 25 minute small group swim lesson with children at the same or similar ability (4 per week, M – Th). Campers will also participate in supervised play.  Snack provided. Pick-up time for extended swim is 6:00 PM.  

Fee: PM (4:00 – 6:00): $135.00/week 

Weekly Extended Care

If your child needs supervision outside of our regularly scheduled hours, sign up for the Extended Care program. Our staff engages campers in quiet play during our morning and evening Extended Care programs. For the best price, pre-enroll for Extended Care when you register for camp..  

Fee: AM (7:30 – 8:30): $35.00/week; PM (4:00 – 6:00): $50.00/week

Daily Extended Care

Do you need Extended Care for just one day? No need to pre-enroll. Simply complete a short form and submit it along with your payment to the Sales and Cashiering Office  at the John Wooden Center or Sunset Canyon Recreation Center on the morning of that day. 

Fee: AM: $10.00/day; PM: $15.00/day

Spring Break Camps

 

Swimming Lessons