Make it a Legacy Summer!

2024 Overview

We want all of our Lions to make it a LEGACY summer! Listed below are all of the camps and classes offered for Make It A Legacy Summer 2024!

Legacy Christian Academy is excited to invite the community to a wide array of summer learning experiences at our convenient Andover location. Our teachers and coaches look forward to sharing their God-given passions with students of all ages throughout these adventurous days of summer. Enrollment at Legacy is NOT required for participation in any of our summer opportunities, so invite your friends to multiply the fun!

We hope you’ll find something to stay engaged with us throughout the 2024 summer months.

Registration opens Wednesday, March 6!

Camp Disclaimers

Payment Note: The system requires a 5 minute delay between multiple credit card payments to help prevent credit card fraud. If you require an alternative payment option please contact Dan Skog at [email protected] for additional registration options.

Discount Note: If your camp director has offered you a discounted or waived fee please work with them prior to submitting your registration as any discounts need to be manually applied in advance.

Refunds on cancellations are not guaranteed across all camps. Registrants can expect to receive an automated email confirmation regarding registration as well as a welcome email prior to the beginning of the camp. The email will contain additional information about the camp such as curriculum, what to expect, where to meet on the first day, what to bring, what to wear, etc.

Please pay close attention to the end time of camp and pick your student(s) up promptly.

Should the camp not reach the minimum number of participants, a notice will be sent a minimum of 1 week prior to the camp and a full refund will be issued.

Questions regarding camp offerings should be directed to the camp director listed. In the event your question cannot be answered by the camp director please contact Dan Skog for assistance.

Academic Camps

Musical Theatre Workshop

June 4-6 | Tues, Wed, Thurs | Cost: $110

9:00 am–1:00 pm 

Grades Entering

  • Entering Grade 3 – Grade 5 (12 slots max) 
  • Entering Grade 6 – Grade 8 (12 slots max) 
  • Entering Grade 9 – Grade 12 (12 slots max) 

*36 slots total 

Description: Workshopping the Broadway musical You’re A Good Man, Charlie Brown! (A blend of performance skill building, including: acting, dance, and voice!)  

Directors: Jesse Wagner & Erin Slye


 

Clay Camp

June 4-7 & 11 | Grades Entering 5–12$200

Session I: 9:00–11:30 am

Session II: 1:00–3:30 pm

Cost: $200 (covers clay, glazes, 1-on-1 instruction)  (Max of 12 participants each session)

Description: Exploration of hand building and wheel throwing techniques. Introduction to the use of various clay tools and glazing will be taught. A two-hour glazing session will take place the following Monday, after dry time and firing. All ability levels are welcome! Due to the materials that must be purchased in advance, no refunds will be issued after the registration deadline.

Director:  Andy Anderson, Legacy Art Teacher

Location:  High School Art Room (D305)


 

Summer School: Economics

June 5-Jul 5 | Wed & Thurs | 9:30am-12:00pm | Grades Entering 9-12$450

Description: Legacy Christian Academy is offering Economics as a Summer course in order to provide students with the ability to complete a graduation credit requirement outside of the regular school year schedule, and thus allow more course opportunities during the ’24-’25 regular school year. The Summer course of Economics will be fast-paced and accelerated in order to fit a quarter’s worth of class into four weeks of in- and out-of-class time. Students will cover the same material and will carry out the similar activities and projects as the regular course, but in less overall time than during the regular school year. Each in-class period will last 1-3 hours. There is an expectation that students will work an average of approx. two-four hours per day outside of class. Before the course begins, students will be enrolled in the Summer Economics course Classroom page so that they may work ahead, if they so choose.

***The Summer Econ & Govt class are held back-to-back on the same days of the week – it is encouraged that students take both courses. 

Director:  Ben McGowan 

Location: D109


 

Summer School: Government

June 5-Jul 5 | Wed & Thurs | 12:30am-3:00pm | Grades Entering 9-12$450

Description: Legacy Christian Academy is offering Government as a Summer course in order to provide students with the ability to complete a graduation credit requirement outside of the regular school year schedule, and thus allow more course opportunities during the ’24-’25 regular school year. The Summer course of Government will be fast-paced and accelerated in order to fit a quarter’s worth of class into four weeks of in- and out-of-class time. Students will cover the same material and will carry out the similar activities and projects as the regular course, but in less overall time than during the regular school year. Each in-class period will last 2.5 hours. There is an expectation that students will work an average of 1-3 hours per day outside of class. Before the course begins, students will be enrolled in the Summer Government course Classroom page so that they may work ahead, if they so choose. ***The Summer Econ & Govt class are held back-to-back on the same days of the week – it is encouraged that students take both courses.  

Director:  Ben McGowan 

Location: D109


 

Young Explorers Reading Camp

June 10–13 | Mon, Tues, Wed, Thurs | $110

Session I: 9:30–11:30 am | Grades Entering 2–3

Session II: 12:00–2:00 pm | Grades Entering K–1

Description: Spend a fun-filled week with other budding readers exploring and reading about the rainforest habitat and other exciting places! All snacks and materials are provided and based on that day’s reading theme. Bring a lunch and make it a full day by combining w/ Playground Palooza! 

Director:  Kim Zieroth, Legacy Faculty

Location: TBD


 

Playground Palooza

June 10–13 | Mon, Tues, Wed, Thurs | Cost: $90

Session I: 9:30–11:30 am | Grades Entering K-1

Session II: 12:00–2:00 pm | Grades Entering 2-3

Description: An introduction to playground games and sports for the young and restless! Campers will learn the basics of games such as 4-square, Basketball, Jacks, & Gaga Ball just to name a few. Make it a full day by combining w/ Young Explorers Reading Camp!

Director:  Gracie Gilmore, Legacy Faculty

Location:  Legacy Playground & Gym (in case of extreme heat), Upper Commons


 

Robotics

June 10-13 | Mon, Tues, Wed, Thurs | $175

9:00 am–3:15 pm | Grades Entering 5–8

Description: Robotics manufacturing camp.  Robotic camp combines fun with the opportunity for students to work in teams to build small projects by programming robots challenges, electrical, and mechanical learning.  Incorporate competitive challenges where kids build projects to perform a task with specific actions as seen in today’s industry. Students will be visiting manufacturing facilities and seeing technologies that are used to manufacture products we use everyday.  Legacy’s current robotic team will be there to demonstrate their current competition robot and help lead the activities. Students will take home one of their projects at the end of camp to continue learning when the camp is over.

Director: Todd Kruse – Robotics Head Coach, Sarah Bayer – Elementary Innovation Teacher

Location: Innovation & Engineering Lab


 

Art After Hours - Summer Edition

Grades Entering 1-6 $200

Session I: June 10-14 | 9:00-11:00 am

Session II: June 10-14 | 12:00-2:00 pm

Session III: June 17-21 | 9:00-11:00 am

Session IV: June 17-21 | 12:00-2:00 pm

Description: Art After Hours is an after school program run by Ms. Buchelt, the Kindergarten- 8th grade Art Teacher at Legacy, which focuses on the development of a student’s artistic abilities through the creation of various three-dimensional and two-dimensional projects. This summer, your student will get the opportunity to dive deeper into specific art mediums each day of the camp. Each day will focus on a different medium such as: painting, drawing, sculpture, ceramics, and craft making. Each day you can expect your student to bring home a new artwork related to the medium they learned about that day. I am offering a morning and an afternoon session each day to allow schedule flexibility for your family and both weeks that I offer the camp will do the same projects. I also will be providing a snack option for your students during our daily break time.

Director: Jayme Buchelt, Legacy Art Teacher

Location: D304


 

Pre & Early Reading Skills Camp

June 11-27 Tues & Thurs 9:00-11:00 am | Grades Entering K-1 | $180 

Description: Join me for four sessions of pre & early reading skills practice! This camp is perfect for students entering into Kindergarten or who need additional support & review as they transition into 1st grade. We will spend time practicing phonemic awareness skills, alphabet knowledge, fine motor skills, and engaging with read-alouds. Our time will include a snack break as well! 

Director: Maddy Pearson, Legacy Faculty and certified Orton Gillingham reading instructor

Location: Pre-K Town Room


 

Princess Palooza

June 17-20 | Mon, Tues, Wed, Thurs | Grades Entering K–1 | $150

Session I: 9:00–11:30 am

Session II: 12:30-3:00 pm

Description: Calling all Princesses! This class is for you! The kids are invited to wear their favorite Princess attire to the class. We will be doing all kinds of Princess activities. We will be doing art, games and dramatic play activities. A snack will be provided during this class. The Princesses that attend will bring home a crown and other goodies from the castle!

Director: Janaya Gurewitz, Legacy Faculty

Location: Pre K Ocean Room


 

Summer Fun Camp

June 24-27 | Mon, Tues, Wed, Thurs | 10:00 am-12:00 pm Grades Entering K-1 | $110

Description: Come for a week filled with fun summer camp activities! Each day will consist of a large motor activity as well as a craft/exploration! Some of these summer camp activities include making a bird feeder, making and playing in giant bubbles, tie-dye, and ending with a water day on Thursday! This is a great time for your kids to connect with their peers and to have a fun-filled week! 

Director: Calleen Ries, Legacy Faculty

Location: Legacy Playground


 

God Did That: Experiencing God's World Through Science

July 15-18 | 9:00-11:00 am | Grades Entering 2-3 | $110

Description: Join us for a week of experiencing God’s world. Each day we will be focusing on a specific Bible story and conducting a STEM activity to more deeply explore the concept. 

Director: Alison Nelson and Calleen Ries, Legacy Faculty 

Location: TBD


 

Private Music Lessons

Legacy Fine Arts Teachers 

Tirzah Gerber: Piano and Voice Individual/Group Lessons | [email protected]

Rolly Rudzitis: Band Instruments, Guitar, Garage Band, and Composing | [email protected]

 

Athletic Camps

Summer Performance Training

June 4-Aug 9 | $125

*No training Jul 1-7

Session I: 6:00–7:00 am | Adults Mon, Tues, Wed, Thurs $125

Session II: 7:00–8:30 am | Grades Entering 9–12 Mon, Tues, Wed, Thurs | $125

Session IIIa: 8:00–9:30 am | Grades Entering 7–8 Mon & Wed $65

Session IIIb: 8:00–9:30 am | Grades Entering 7–8 Tues & Thurs $65

Session IV: 9:30–11:00 am | Grades Entering 9–12 Mon, Tues, Wed, Thurs | $125

Session Va: 11:00 am–12:00 pm | Grades Entering 5–6 Mon & Wed $65

Session Vb: 11:00 am–12:00 pm | Grades Entering 5–6 Tues & Thurs $65

Director: George Obitz, Strength & Conditioning Coach

Location: Legacy Weight Room


 

Boys Basketball Skills Training

June 4–July 31 | Tues & Thu | $75

Session I: 7:30–8:30 am | Grades Entering 5–8

Session II: 8:30–9:30 am | Grades Entering 9–12

Location: Legacy SportsCenter or Auxiliary Gym

* No Boys Basketball training July 1-7


 

Girls Basketball Skills Training

June 4–July 31 

Session I: Entering Grades 5-8

Session II: Entering Grades 9-12

More information to come. Check back here for updates!

Location: Legacy SportsCenter or Auxiliary Gym


 

Elementary Basketball Training

June 4–Aug 1 | Tues & Thu | $75

Dates: June – 4, 6, 25, 27, July – 9, 11, 16, 18, 23, 25, 30, August – 1

* There will be no training the weeks of, June 10,17 & July 1

* 6 weeks total and 12 total dates

Session I: 9:30–10:15 am | Grades Entering 1–2

Session II: 10:15–11:00 am | Grades Entering 1–2 

Session III: 11:00–11:45 am | Grades Entering 3–4

Session IV: 11:45 am–12:30 pm | Grades Entering 3–4

Description: Sessions are $75 for the summer and are limited to the first 20 registrants. Students can sign up for more than one session; however, sessions will be the same each day. Students should sign up for the grade they will be in during the 2024-2025 school year. No previous basketball experience necessary.

Director: Micah Strand, Legacy Alumni & Basketball Player

Location:  Legacy Sportscenter or Auxiliary Gym


 

Co-ed Youth Soccer Camp

Session I: June 4-7 | Tues, Wed, Thurs, Fri | $80 | 9:00–11:00 am | Grades Entering 2–4

Session II: June 4-6 | Cost: $50 | 11:00 am–12:00 pm | Grades Entering K–1

Director:  Jason Budish, Head Boys Soccer Coach & Christina Goodman, Head Girls Soccer Coach

Location:  Upper Soccer Field


 

Volleyball Skills

June 5, 12, 26, July 17, 24, 31 | Wed | $75

Session I: 7:45–8:30 am | Grades Entering PreK–K

Session II: 8:30–9:15 am | Grades Entering 1–2

Session III: 9:15–10:00 am | Grades Entering 3-4

Session IV: 10:00-11:00 am | Grades Entering 5-6

Sessions are $75 for the summer and limited to the first 10 registrants. Students can sign up for more than one session; however, sessions will be the same each day. 

Director: Krista Bellefeuille

Description: Krista Bellefeuille played four years as a setter at the University of Northwestern where she earned awards as a two-time All American, UMAC MVP, Eagle Award and NCAA Women of the Year Nominee. Krista worked with youth volleyball players as part of the Midwest Volleyball coaching staff for three years and is excited to work with Legacy youth to teach them the fundamentals of the sport. 

Location: Legacy Auxiliary Gym


 

Girls Basketball Camp

June 10-13 | Mon, Tues, Wed, Thurs

Session I:   9:00–11:30 am | Grades Entering 6–8 | $95

Session II: 12:00–2:00 pm | Grades Entering 3–5 | $80

Session III: 2:30–4:00 pm | Grades Entering K–2 | $65

Director: Nate Lindholm, Head Girls Basketball Coach and Varsity Staff

Location:  Legacy SportsCenter Gym


 

Girls Soccer Training

Session I: June 11–July 31 | Tues & Wed | $60 | 8:30–10:00 am | Grades Entering 9–12

*No Training the week of July 1

Session II: June 11–July 30 | Tues | $30 | 10:00–11:00 am | Grades Entering 5–8

*No Training the week of July 2

Director:  Christina Goodman, Head Girls Soccer Coach

Location:  Upper Soccer Field


 

Volleyball Camps

July 17–20 Mon, Tues, Wed, Thurs

Session I: 9:00–11:00 am | Varsity Experience | $95

Session II:   11:30 am–1:30 pm | Grades Entering 9–12, No Varsity Experience | $95

Session III: 2:00-4:00 pm | Grades Entering 5–8, Intro/Intermediate | $95

Session IV: 4:30–6:00 pm | Grades Entering 2–4 | $90

Session V: 6:30–8:30 pm | Boys Grades Entering 8–12, Min: 8 | $95

Director: Rolly Rudzitis

Location: Legacy SportsCenter and Auxiliary Gym


 

Backyard Baseball

June 17–July 25 | Mon & Wed

Session I: 9:00–10:00 am | Grades Entering 1-5 | $75

Session II: 10:00–11:00 am | Grades Entering 6-8 | $65

Session III: 10:00 am–12:00 pm | Grades Entering 6-8 | $75

*No camp week of July 1

Description: Session I is designed to enhance their baseball skills and provide enjoyment with the game of baseball – through supervised activity with an emphasis on fun. The program will be at the LCA Baseball Field, and will provide baseballs, batting tees, and other baseball instructional/training equipment.  Students should bring a baseball glove, and a bat if they want to.

Session II and III are designed to enhance their baseball skills through repetition in the summer.  It is geared toward the individual’s capabilities, needs and interests. The program is intended to provide for unstructured baseball activity.  The program is flexible – you show up on days that you want, when you want, do what you want, and stay as long as you want. The program will be at the LCA Baseball Field, and will provide baseballs, batting tees, and other baseball instructional/training equipment.  Students should bring a baseball glove, and a bat if they want to.

Director: Dan Skog

Location: Baseball Field


 

Boys Basketball Camp

June 24-27 | Mon, Tues, Wed, Thurs

Session I: 9:00 am–12:00 pm | Grades Entering 7–9 | $95

Session II: 1:00–3:00 pm | Grades Entering 4–6 | $80

Session III: 3:30–4:30 pm | Grades Entering 1–3 | $65

Director:  Nathan Bellefeuille, Head Boys Basketball Coach and Legacy Athletic Director

Location:  Legacy SportsCenter Gym


 

Girls Dance

June 24-27 | Mon, Tues, Wed, Thurs $90

Session I: Grades Entering PreK-K | 12:00-1:00pm

Session II: Grades Entering 1-2 | 1:15-2:15 pm

Session III: Grades Entering 3-4 | 2:30-3:30 pm

Cost: $90 includes performance outfit   

Description: Girls are invited to come for a fun dance experience that is Christ-centered where they will stretch, learn dance technique, learn a fun jazz dance and a worship ballet/lyrical dance. Parents are invited for a performance on Thursday at the end of the class. 

Director: Mallory Stokes & Krystal Katzenberger

Location: A215 – Theater


 

Boys Soccer Camps

July 8–11 | Mon, Tues, Wed, Thurs

Session I: 8:00-10:00 am | Grades Entering 7-8 | $80

Session II: 10:00 am-12:00 pm | Grades Entering 5-6 | $80

Session III: 6:00-8:00 pm | Grades Entering 912 | $50

Description:  We will focus on building confidence through individual skill work, small sided games, and in-game situation training through play.

Director:  Jason Budish, Head Boys Soccer Coach

Location:  Upper Soccer Field


 

Volleyball Private/Group Lessons

Description:  Private and small group lessons will be available by appointment throughout the summer. These are a great opportunity to improve skills individually within a realistic court setting. Examples of activities: Hitting against a block, spot hitting, spot serving, live serve receive/defense, setting off a pass, and much more. Athletes will be grouped by position and or skill level. 

Interest inquiries should be directed to:

Justina Glovatsky: [email protected] | 612-209-5912 

Leah Rudzitis: [email protected] | 763-486-8387.