Registration open for HHS summer camps
FOOTBALL CAMP - Football camp will be held June 29-July 2 at the HHS Field House. Football camp is open to boys aged 7-14. The cost is $50 and includes a T-shirt. Early registration packets may be picked up from the main office. For more information you may contact Coach Lou Valdin at 758-7537 ext. 168.
MUSIC CAMP - The HHS Choir and St. Charles Parish Music Teachers will host the St. Charles Parish Summer Music Festival at HHS from July 19 to July 23. The camp is open to students who will be in grades 3 through 9 in the fall of 2010. The cost is $85 for the week. Students can pick up applications from any St. Charles Parish choir teacher or download them from http://www.stcharles.k12.la.us/webpages/cmatherne2/.
CHEERLEADER KIDDIE CAMP - Cheerleader Kiddie Camp will be held July 12 through July 15 in the HHS Gym. It is open to any girl aged 3-12. The cost is $50 for the week or $15 per day. For registration forms, visit the HHS cheerleading website.
HI-STEPPER KIDDIE CAMP - Hi-Stepper Kiddie Camp will be held July 20 through July 23 in the HHS Gym. It is open to any girl aged 3-13. The cost is $50 for the week or $15 per day. For registration forms, visit the HHS Hi-Steppers website.
BASKETBALL - Basketball Camp will be held July 5-9 in the HHS boy’s gym. The camp is open to boys and girls 7-15 years of age. The cost of the camp is $110 per camper if registered before June 8th or $125 if registered after June 8th. For more information, contact Kevin Robicheaux at (504) 487-1794 or Brian Lumar at (504) 931-8604 or visit the school website.
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