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Summer Programs at Heritage

Summer Programs at Heritage

At Heritage Christian, summer equals fun — for girls and boys, for scientists and athletes, for actors and artists, for engineers and myth busters, for astronauts and programmers! Our summer camps offer a unique environment where students can pursue their dreams ... and we have something for everyone!

Our camps are open to the entire Indianapolis community.

Types of Camps Previously Offered at Heritage Christian School

Sports Camps

Our sports camps typically occur in the first 2 weeks of June on Monday-Thursday for 2 hours in the morning. These camps are for students entering 1st - 8th grade and are available for the following sports:
Baseball (Boys)
Basketball (Boys & Girls)
Football (Boys)
Soccer (Boys & Girls)
Tennis (Boys & Girls)
Volleyball (Girls)
[Learn More about Athletics at Heritage]

Heritage Day Camps

Heritage Day Camps are designed to allow students to explore fun, new and unique interests! Heritage offers one of these camps each week of June and July. Examples of the types of camps offered through the Heritage Day Camp program include:
Superhero Week
Camp Invention
Under the Sea
Adventures in Science
Lego WeDo
Jurassic World

Robotics Camps

Heritage offers two week-long camps for students interested in robotics: one for beginners and one for experienced robotics students. The beginners camp introduces students to the VEX robotics program and allows them to design, build, program, and drive a robot to compete in a mini robotics tournament at the end of the week. The advanced camp introduces students to the new season's competition game and allows them to work with a partner to design, build, and test their first prototypes for a mini competition at the end of the week.
[Learn More about Robotics at Heritage]

Fine Arts Academies

Our week-long Fine Arts Academies allow students to explore specific areas of the arts.
[Learn More about Fine Arts at Heritage]