Academics | Athletics | Drama

Academics (HLS students only)

Math Camp | July 15 – 19 
Rising 9th – 12th grades | 9:00 am – 12:00 pm
Registration Fee: $75

This summer HLS is offering a one-week Math Camp led by Dr. Charlie Suer.


Athletics (HLS students only)

HLS Co-Ed Soccer Camp | June 3 – 7

Advanced
Rising 6th – 9th grades | 7:00 – 9:00 pm

Intermediate 

Rising 3rd – 6th grades | 5:00 – 7:00 pm
Registration Fee: $75  

This fast-paced camp with HLS senior Chapman Adkins and current players and staff is designed to develop the basic skills of soccer, build confidence in controlling the ball, and encourage focus, determination, and team mentality, all while incorporating fun plan and game strategy scrimmages.


HLS Girls Volleyball Camp | June 24-28
Rising 4th – 9th grades | 12:00 – 2:00 pm
Registration Fee: $75 

This volleyball camp with Coach Booker will focus on fundamentals, basic techniques, and correct form. Training in position-specific skills will also be provided. Team scrimmages at the end of camp allow students to apply the skills they’ve learned. There will be a Monday Trial for $15 dollars.

HLS Girls Basketball Camp | June 17 – 21

Rising 3th – 5th grades | 1:00 – 3:00 pm
Rising 6th – 9th grades | 3:30 – 6:00 pm
Registration Fee: $75 

Rising 3th – 5th grades
Varsity Assistant Coach Rebecca Willis and staff will lead campers through this fundamental camp covering the basics of basketball and teach values and teamwork through drills, energetic competitions, and competitive play. Teaching points will include proper warm-up stretching, starts, stops and turns, dribbling, ball handling, passing and receiving from a triple threat posture, setting and using screens, lay-ups, free throw routines, step by step shooting progression, defensive attitude, and on the ball, denial and help defense.

Rising 6th – 9th grades
Varsity Assistant Coach Rebecca Willis and staff will lead campers through this fundamental camp covering the basics of basketball and teach values and teamwork through drills, energetic competitions, and competitive play. Teaching Points will include proper warm-up stretching, starts, stops and turns, dribbling, ball handling, passing and receiving from a triple threat posture, setting and using screens, lay-ups, free throw routines, step by step shooting progression, defensive attitude, and on the ball, denial and help defense. A thirty-minute segment of each day of camp. will be devoted to teaching post and perimeter moves. 

HLS Boys Basketball Camp | June 10 – 14
Rising 3rd – 4th grades | 9:00 – 11:30 am
Rising 5th – 6th grades | 1:00 – 3:00 pm
Registration Fee: $75

Coach Wheatley and staff will challenge campers with basketball drills to develop; ball-handling and passing, defensive posture, defensive intensity, court sense, and offensive confidence. The coaching staff will provide individual feedback during competitions and team-building activities throughout the week.

HLS Boys Basketball Camp | June 17 – 20
Rising 7th – 8th grades | 6:30 – 8:30 pm
Registration Fee: $75

Improve your individual basketball skills in all areas with Coach Schnell and current staff and players. Work on ball handling, shooting, dribbling, passing, rebounding, and defense, as well as the importance of being a team player. There will be free throw, 3-on-3 and 5-on-5 competitions included throughout the week!

HLS Girls Field Hockey Camp | June 3-7
Rising 3rd – 5th grades | 9:00 – 11:00 am
Rising 6th – 8th grades | 10:00 – 12:00 am
Registration Fee: $75 

Coach Szwed will instruct the proper form and technique in this camp. Individual and group instruction will be provided utilizing drills, group activities, and competition based work. There will be a Monday Trial for $15 dollars.

HLS Tennis Camp | August 12-16
Rising K – 12th grades | 2:00 pm – 4:00 pm
Registration Fee: $110

This camp is held at Louisville Tennis Club and is for all students
regardless of skill level or experience. Students will be placed on an appropriate court based on their age and skill level. Please bring a tennis racquet and wear comfortable clothing and tennis shoes.

Location: Louisville Tennis Club
2011 Herr Lane
Louisville, KY 40222
502-426-4923
Click HERE to register. After registering via the link, please call LTC to make payment.

Questions: Email Ashley Greene at hlsprepclinic@gmail.com


Drama (Open to the Public)

We are excited to announce our 2019 summer camps! Led by HLS Drama Troupe director, Teresa Boling and her staff, these camps are a great opportunity for your children to learn acting, dancing and singing skills. Campers will gain confidence, learn teamwork, strengthen communication skills, and make new friends. We always have lots of fun! The camps are for students entering grades 1 through 12. 

  • Camps will meet the needs of all levels of experience
  • Instructor-to-student ratio is 1:10
  • Campers are grouped by age for age-appropriate instruction
  • Courses are taught by HLS staff and experienced drama troupe members

Let’s Improv! | June 17 – 21
Rising 6th – 12th grades | 9:00 am – 12 pm
Registration Fee: $140

By participating in improv exercises, students will improve their public speaking skills, acting skills, and overall confidence. This is a valuable camp for any student who wants to gain the ability to think on their feet. Improv games will improve listening skills and will give students tools for responding in a way that moves a conversation forward in a positive direction. Campers would say that regardless of the benefits, they just love having so much fun playing Improv games!

Behind the Scenes | June 17 – 21
Rising 4th – 12th grades | 1:00 – 4:00 pm 
Registration Fee: $140

Learn to sew, paint, apply stage makeup, run lights and sound, and so much more in this “Behind the Scenes” workshop. What you see on stage is just a small part of all that it takes to produce a show. This workshop will give you the opportunity to try a new craft and not have to worry if you don’t get it right the first time. Students attending this camp will have the opportunity to be selected to assist behind the scenes for the other summer camp programs that follow. Campers who are in 6th grade or higher can attend both the morning “Improv” camp and the afternoon “Behind the Scenes” camp. They would need to bring a sack lunch.

A Whole New World Musical Camp | June 24 – 28 & *July 22 – 26 
Rising 1st – 8th grades | 9:00 am – 12:00 pm 
Registration Fee: $140

*The July 22-26 week is currently full. To be put on the waiting list, please email us at office@thelatinschool.org.

Campers will experience a whole new world as they sing and dance to tunes from popular Broadway shows. They will get a taste of the fun and hard work involved in playing a role in a musical. We will cover simple dance steps, as well as teach some singing and acting skills. Drama games are always a favorite for these campers as well! At the end of the week, campers will share a short presentation with parents so they can get a glimpse of the skills they gained during the week. These campers may want to stay for the afternoon acting camp. Just bring a sack lunch.

Aesop’s Fables Acting Camp | June 24 – 28 
Rising 1st – 8th grades | 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm 
Registration Fee: $140

Discover the meaning behind the famous fables of Aesop and gain acting skills in the process. This is a great camp for those who need to get past the fear of the stage and on to the fun of acting. This is a great camp for students who love to act, but may not enjoy singing and dancing. We will play lots of drama games and have lots of fun as we learn valuable life lessons and gain acting skills. Students attending the morning musical camp can stay for this afternoon camp. They would need to bring a sack lunch.

Break a Leg Camp | July 22 – 26
Rising 6th – 12th grades | 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm 
Registration Fee: $140

“Break a leg” is a term used to encourage performers involved in a show. This camp will give you a lot of encouragement to develop skills in acting, singing and dancing, without the stress of preparing for a show.  If you are a beginning actor or an experienced actor, this camp will be structured so that students of varying skill levels will have the opportunity to learn more so they can “break a leg” with greater confidence.