published Sunday, February 26th, 2012

Chattanooga: McCallie School Summer Camps 2012

McCallie Summer Programs

500 Dodds Ave.

Chattanooga, TN 37404

423-493-5886

Website: summer.mccallie.org

Boys, Girls or Both: Both

Ages Represented: 5+

Programs offered: General camps, athletic camps and special camps

McCallie has long offered the best, most complete summer camp program in this area -- and this year will be even bigger and better! Campers from age five and up develop new skills, hone old ones, learn the value of teamwork and cooperation -- and have fun!

General Camps: McCallie Day Camp for boys in rising grades two through five, McCallie First Camp for boys ages 5 and 6, three two-week sessions starting June 6, swim lessons for boys and girls of all ages. All the fun activities are supervised by hand-selected counselors and adults and include swimming, lunch, game room and early drop-off.

Athletic Camps: McCallie head varsity coaches direct weeklong sessions in baseball, basketball, football, golf, lacrosse, soccer, tennis and wrestling. Emphasis on fun and learning in a particular sport is encouraged. The camps are offered in June and July and times and fees vary depending on the sport. Each camp includes a swim period and early drop-off.

Special Camps (limited enrollment): Art Camp, Debate/Mock Trial/Model UN Camp, Fly Fishing Camp, Sailing Camp, Technology Camp (Robotics & Animation and Acoustics) and Paintball Camp. Special camps are offered in June and July. Dates and fees vary.

McCallie Summer Programs will offer a variety of camps for boys and girls from age five and up with emphasis on participation, corporation, teamwork and having fun. See our website for more details and online registration.

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