Offered by the Carnegie Mellon University Athletic Department, FITT Camp is an extended day alternative for students attending a morning C-MITES class on the Carnegie Mellon campus. Students will participate in daily swimming plus other activities focused on lifetime sports/skills using the Carnegie Mellon University Center facilities. Activities may include circuit training, tennis, racquetball, squash, badminton, hikes/trails, soccer, ping pong, foosball, shuffleboard, Frisbee, kickboxing, and track and field events. Students with physical disabilities will be reasonably accommodated. Students should bring a brown bag lunch, a bathing suit and their own water bottle.
The June session meets from noon to 4:00 p.m. on June 23-June 26 (four days). The July session meets from noon to 4:00 p.m. on July 7-11 and July 14-17 (nine days). The cost of the program is $40 per day. Students may attend for one day, or as many days as they like. All fees must be prepaid. There will be no refunds or credits unless there is a medical excuse. For more information about the FITT camp, contact Pattye Stragar, Operations Manager of Fitness/Aquatics in the CMU Athletic Department at email@example.com or (412) 268-1235.
The fun doesn’t have to stop when C-MITES is over! Stay at Ellis and spend the afternoon discovering your other talents. Boys and girls will love our three weeks of half-day options that include music, visual arts, athletics, invention and nature programming. In addition to camps for the middle grades, we offer half-day camps for children from Pre-K to grade 5. Each of the three weeks (June 9-27) has a focus on innovation, the environment, or culture. Every day Ellis Camps offer a unique blend of indoor and outdoor activities such as rock-wall climbing, puppetry, chess, sports and fine arts. For more information, check out The Ellis School Summer Programs.
Winchester Thurston School
Winchester Thurston School offers summer camps, programs, and workshops for children from Pre-K through grade 12. Students choose from an array of options in adventure and play, sports and physical fitness, creative arts and academics. Full and half-day options, after-camp care, lunch and transportation services are available.
Summer camps, programs, and workshops are located at both the City Campus in Shadyside, and at the North Hills Campus in Allison Park. The City Campus offers access to state-of-the-art science and technology labs, art studios, and athletic training facilities. The North Hills Campus is situated on seven acres of rolling farmland that feature a spring-fed pond, woodlands, rustic gardens, a high tunnel, and a natural playground.
For more information, visit the website, or call Dionne Brelsford at (412) 578-7533.