Parents who are searching for activities to fill their children’s days this summer can take advantage of a number of camps, featuring everything from sports to theatre and dance.
TROY camps provide fun learning opportunities that give young people the chance to meet and interact with others in their age groups while receiving a high level of instruction from faculty and staff.
For a rundown of camp offerings, check out troy.edu/camps. (Note that many camps fill quickly and registrations may be closed.)
Some highlights from the camp offerings include:
Troy University’s Rosa Parks Museum will offer its annual Architects of Change, which focuses on conflict resolution and Civil Rights history, June 10-14, at TROY’s Montgomery Campus.
The Sound of the South Marching Band’s Summer Music and Leadership Camp at the Troy Campus is set for June 16-20, and is designed to hone students’ musical and performance skills.
In July, theatre and dance will take center stage on the Troy Campus, offering opportunities for ages 4 through rising college freshmen. The Summer Spotlight on Dance for ages 8-12 will be held July 8-12, the Summer Spotlight on Creative Drama will be offered July 14-19, and the Summer Spotlight Performance Intensive and Tech and Management Intensive will be held July 21-27.
For those who are looking to receive instruction to hone their athletic skills, Troy University’s Athletic Department offers a variety of options. For more information on details and dates of camp opportunities, visit the Camp and Clinics page on the Athletics website.
For information on these and other opportunities available this summer at Troy University, visit www.troy.edu/camps.