Whether you’re a novice or a leader in your team, ensemble or drama group, Fresno Pacific University welcomes children and young people to summer camp. Unless otherwise noted, all camps take place on the main FPU campus, 1717 S. Chestnut Ave., Fresno.
Camps are available for boy’s & girl’s basketball, soccer, track and field and water polo, boy’s baseball and girl’s volleyball. Staff is made up of FPU coaches and athletes. Participants of varying ages and skill levels are welcome.
Baseball (Coach: Oscar Hirschkorn)
Boy’s Basketball (Coach: C.J. Haydock)
Girl’s Basketball (Coach: Tim Beauregard)
Boy’s Soccer (Coach: Jaime Ramirez)
Girl’s Soccer (Coach: Rob Podeyn)
Track & Field (Coach: Ray Winter)
Girl’s Volleyball (Coach: Tracy Ainger-Schulte)
July 6-8 - Girls Junior High Camp
July 11-15 - Girls All-Skills Camp #1
July 18-22 - Girls All-Skills Camp #2
July 27-29 - Girls High School Elite Camp
Boy’s & Girl’s Water Polo (Coach: Bryan Suhovy)
June 26-July 1
For students entering grades 6-12, ages 11-19. Participants of varying skill levels study with university music faculty, students and Central Valley professionals for a week of intensive music making and learning. Goals go beyond rote learning to develop personal responsibility, including effective practice habits, mutual respect and conceptual education.
Programs include woodwinds, brass, strings, voice, piano, musical theater, contemporary worship, electives, jazz, chamber ensembles and composition. Professor of Music Walter Saul, D.M.A., is the camp director. To register or for more information, contact Saul at 559-453-2012, email@example.com or fresno.edu/event/13381/music-camp.
The YES! Project
July 11-August 3
Fresno Pacific University and the Woodward Shakespeare Festival (WSF) will co-host Youth Engage Shakespeare (YES)!, a workshop built around WSF’s summer Shakespeare season. Activities will include games, practice Shakespeare-style, learning scenes and exploring creative voices by devising original scenes in response to the play. The workshop culminates with a public performance on the WSF stage in Woodward Park on Wednesday, August 3 at 7:00 p.m.
Open to students entering, attending or just graduating from high school. No prior theater or Shakespeare experience necessary, but participants must commit to attend all sessions, rehearsals and performances. Julia Reimer, Ph.D., director of the FPU theater program, is the camp director and facilitator. For more information, contact Reimer at firstname.lastname@example.org. Register here