Campbell Hall Summer Programs Camp

4533 Laurel Canyon Blvd
North Hollywood, CA 91607




Campbell Hall Summer Programs Camps offers a variety of programs.

Campbell Hall’s Creative Arts Academy Summer 2011, under the direction of Megan Zakarian Adell, is a summer camp designed to offer participants a fun, encouraging and creative environment, which will allow each child the opportunity to discover and celebrate his or her own inherent skills, talents, and artistic expression.

The Championship Baseball /Softball Camp, under the direction of Coach Juan Velazquez, emphasizes a strong foundation of fundamental skills in all aspects of the game, including hitting, pitching, fielding and base running.

The Championship Basketball Camp, under the direction of Coach Steve Wachs, emphasizes development of the fundamentals of the game: dribbling, passing, shooting, defense, and the basics of team offense, while also providing for an enjoyable experience for each and every participant.

The Championship Girls’ Basketball Camp, under the direction of Coach Toya Holiday, gives campers the opportunity to work on basketball fundamentals, strength and conditioning, and basic coordination, by taking part in exciting and motivating drills aimed at developing each camper’s proficiency in the areas of dribbling, shooting, and rebounding.

The Championship Tackle Football Camp, under the direction of Coach Russell Gordon, provides an introduction to tackle football by focusing on both the mental and physical fundamentals of the game.

The Championship Flag Football Camp, under the direction of Coach Russell Gordon, provides an opportunity for young flag football players to improve their football technique, make new friends, and have fun.

The Championship Soccer Camps, under the direction of Coaches T.J. Gooding and Marty Rackham, allow campers to work on improving their soccer fundamentals and techniques in a safe and fun-filled environment.

Under the direction of Coach Elan Buller, The Championship Sports and Games Camp offers campers the opportunity to learn and play a variety of non-traditional games such as: capture the flag, kickball, 4 square, handball, jump rope, hula hoops, dr. dodgeball, and throw and catch as well as traditional games such as basketball, football, and soccer.

The Championship Volleyball Camps, under the direction of Coaches Patti McCoy and Raylene Meyer and Coach George Rodriguez, give campers the opportunity to develop strong fundamental skills, knowledge of the game, and the confidence and communication skills necessary to participate successfully at more advanced levels.

At H.E.Y. Cheer camp we are “Helping Everyone Yell.” Our belief at H.E.Y. is that with the proper training, anyone can learn to cheer. That’s why at H.E.Y. we are accepting both boys and girls going into grades 1-10 that have an interest in cheerleading. The H.E.Y. Cheer camp, under the direction of Coaches Pamela Petroff and Shannon Bradley, is designed to help campers at any skill level to learn the fundamentals of cheerleading.

The Campbell Hall Summer Dance Camp, under the direction of Stephanie Simpson, will allow dancers of all ability levels the opportunity to develop their skills and technique in a positive, encouraging, and fun environment. Throughout the week, the dancers will be exposed to a variety of dance forms: jazz, ballet, contemporary, hip-hop, tap, and choreography.

The Robotics Camp, led by Linda Savage and Christina Stevenson, offers two one-week sessions for incoming first through sixth graders. Campers will build LEGO models featuring working motors and sensors and then program each robot, adding movement and sound.

Under the direction of Wes Radulovich and Jim Whiting, The Tournament Chess Camp is designed to help players of all levels cultivate their chess skills, this camp expands upon campers existing knowledge of the game, and promotes greater confidence as players.

For families who need all-day supervision, the Extended Day Program, under the direction of Freedom McCullough, provides enjoyable and appropriate activities for campers who attend our summer camps or for families interested in afternoon activities for their children.

2016 Camp Information

Camp Type:

  • Day Camp

Camp Season:

  • Summer

Camp Subject:

  • Arts & Crafts
  • Multiple Types
  • Music
  • Performing Arts
  • Sports

Camp Age:

  • 5 Years Old
  • 6 Years Old
  • 7 Years Old
  • 8 Years Old
  • 9 Years Old
  • 10 Years Old
  • 11 and up

2016 Camp Sessions

  • Arts & Crafts, Sports, Performing Arts, Music, Multiple Types
    5 Years Old, 6 Years Old, 7 Years Old, 8 Years Old, 9 Years Old, 10 Years Old, 11 and up

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