summer camps

Registration open for 2018 summer camps at Randolph College

Collage of photos from various Randolph College summer camps

Registration is now open for athletic, theatre, and coding summer camps at Randolph College. Camps are available for ages ranging from elementary school to high school. Athletic camps start in June and include basketball, equestrian, softball, soccer, tennis, and volleyball. Find more information and how to register at http://www.randolphwildcats.com/information/summer_camps. The Randolph College Nursery School will host a series of... READ MORE >>

Sign up now for 2017 summer camps at Randolph College!

Randolph College Skill Builder Hoop Camp

Registration is now open for athletic, theatre, and coding summer camps at Randolph College. Camps are available for ages ranging from elementary school to high school. Upcoming athletic camps include: Basketball Randolph College Basketball Boys and Girls Kids Camp June 19-21, open to children entering kindergarten through fifth grade Times: 5:30-8:30 p.m. Cost: $40 Description: Campers will learn fundamental... READ MORE >>

Sign up now for Randolph College summer camps!

Photo from lacrosse camp

Several summer athletic camps are underway this week at Randolph College, and registration remains open for spots in the other camps scheduled later in the summer. Camps are available for ages ranging from elementary school to high school. “Randolph College looks forward to once again sharing our passion for athletics and good sportsmanship with the... READ MORE >>

Skill Builder Hoop Camp has record-breaking year

A camper prepares to pass the ball at Randolph's Skill Builder Hoop Camp 2015.

Randolph College’s Skill Builder Hoop Camp has become more popular every summer since the first one was held in 2009. This year, the camp reached its max enrollment, with 102 young hoopsters filling the RAD Center gym each day. Clay Nunley, the head men’s basketball coach, created the camp six years ago as a way... READ MORE >>

Robots take over Main Hall during coding camp

Campers built and programmed robots to play the Game of Life on a physical grid in Main Hall.

While other summer camps may have focused on athletics, acting, and outdoor activities, participants in Randolph College’s TC3 Coding camp spent time this summer learning computer coding and how to program robots. The camp, in its second year, offered two, one-week sessions for third through seventh grade students. A third week was offered to eighth... READ MORE >>

Life skills learned in Randolph’s WildCat Theatre Conservatory are no joke

Photo of student at camp

Laughter and cheers echoed throughout Thoresen Theatre as participants in Randolph’s WildCat Theatre Conservatory deliberately high stepped and stumbled their way to the stage to receive an honorary, red nose. The students—ranging in age from third through sixth grade—had to earn the nose as part of their clowning class. The class is a new addition... READ MORE >>

High school volleyball players dig Randolph’s Advanced Skills Camp

High School volleyball players participate in Randolph's Overnight Advanced Skills Camp.

Several high school volleyball players who will don black and yellow WildCat jerseys this fall got a preview of what it will be like to be a team member this week. Madison Bunting ’19, Brooks Gillerlain ’19, Abbe Bane ’19, and Rebecca Lesnak ’19, along with 18 other high school athletes from across Virginia and... READ MORE >>

Aspiring artists learn from professionals at Lynchburg camp

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The 2015 WildCat Theatre Conservatory camp was featured in a WDJ7 evening news broadcast July 29. Follow this link to see the video: http://www.wdbj7.com/news/local/aspiring-artists-learn-from-professionals-at-lynchburg-camp/34421342 For more information on the annual WildCat Theatre Conservatory camp, visit http://www.randolphcollege.edu/theatre/wildcat-theatre-conservatory/... READ MORE >>

Clowning and crazy toes kick off WildCat theater camp

Erin Alburger, 11, (right) acts as part of an exercise in the

By Jessie Pounds, News & Advance Reprinted with permission Crazy toes, friendly elbows and greedy fingers all got a chance to act out during a clowning class at Randolph’s WildCat Theatre Conservatory on Monday. This is the fourth year for the summer camp program, aimed at kindergarten through 12th-graders. The two-week camp typically offers classes... READ MORE >>

“Tech cats” code at Randolph

Nikitha Prabhu (left) and Shiloh Mack test their lego robot at the Tech Cats Coding Camp on Wednesday at Randolph College. (Photo by Jill Nance)

By Katrina Dix, News & Advance Reprinted with permission Adults might glaze over if the conversation turns to programming, but children haven’t learned to be intimidated, making them the perfect students for Tech Cats Coding Camp. “You get kids interested in this stuff early … then they’re not going to blink,” said Katrin Schenk, who... READ MORE >>