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Summer Camps 2019

If you are looking for activities to keep your child active during the summer, check out these offerings at our schools and with our community partners:

Camp:                 Georgia Southern University Summer Camp Opportunities

                             For a complete listing of summer camps hosted by GA Southern, visit this link


Camp:                 Averitt Center for the Arts

                             Complete listing of summer camps hosted by the Averitt Center for the Arts.


Camp:                 Statesboro YMCA Summer Opportunities

                             Visit the YMCA Summer Camp website and look for the Statesboro Branch's summer camps offered May 28 - July 26, Monday through Friday, 7:30 - 6 p.m. with planned, themed activities during 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. for children and youth.


Camp:                 Camp RAD (Recreation for Adolescents with Disabilities)

Ages:                   Ages 10 - 23 with intellectual or developmental disabilities

Date:                   Monday, May 28 - Thursday, June 20 (Weekly,Mon. - Thurs.)     

Time & Location: Recreation Activities Center (RAC) at Georgia Southern University. 

Camp Director:  Dr. Gavin Colquitt - 912.478.0889 or  The program will be staffed by specialists from Georgia Southern University and therapists.  

Registration:         Most campers will qualify for scholarships and tuition waivers. For information on financial assistance, contact Dr. Gavin Colquitt.        


Camp:                 Junior Jackets’ Softball Camp

Cost:                            $50

Ages:                            Rising 1st through 6th Grade Students (6-12 yrs. old)

Date:                            May 28 - 29, 2019                     

Time & Location:       9:30 a.m. – 12 noon; Southeast Bulloch High Softball Field

Camp Director:          SEBHS Coach Aimee Civalier; 682-9385

Coaches/Counselors:  SEBHS coaching staff and SEBHS Softball players

Additional Info:          Camp will focus on basic fundamentals of throwing, hitting, and fielding.

                                        Campers must bring glove, cleats/tennis shoes, water jug.

Registration Info:       Registration form 


Camp:                 Camp Invention STEM Camp

Cost:                           $225

Ages:                           Children entering Kindergarten through 6th Grades

Date:                           June 3 - 7, 2019

Time & Location:       9:00 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.; Langston Chapel Middle School

Camp Director:          Travis Brooks

Camp Info:                 This is a National Inventors Hall of Fame Camp. Camp Invention is a hands-on STEM-based camp.  Your child will be empowered to have big ideas while they take on challenges that inspire them to question, brainstorm, collaborate with teammates and build amazing invention prototypes.

     The children will enjoy creative problem solving where they will work in teams to rebuild ships and design underwater equipment in a Deep-sea mystery. They will explore circuit boards, motors and gears as they design a remote control DIY ORBOT to go through obstacles. They will work on their innovation skills by collaborating with inventor superheroes to take on the role of an engineer, fabricator and inventor to conquer villains in the Innovation Force. The children will also take on the role of a successful entrepreneur using the Farm Tech activities to code bots to turn a polluted wasteland into a money-making machine and create devices to save the animals.

Registration Info:       Register at or at 1.800.968.4332.  


Camp:                 Summer Theatre Kids Camp

Cost:                            $40

Ages:                            Rising Kindergarten through rising 8th Grade

(Three  specific theater skills camps offered divided into grades K-2, 3-5, and 6-8 classes .  The Theater Camp Flyer can provide more detaild information.

Date:                            June 17 - 21, 2019

Time & Location:       9:00 a.m. - 12:00 noon

Camp Information:    Join the SHS Fine Arts Department for a fun-filled morning of acting, singing, dancing and behind-the-scenes skills like costuming, makeup, sound, and lighting. 

Registration:              Register online by June 1, 2019


Camp:                 Little Blue Devils Cheerleading Camp

Cost:                          $50; Make checks payable to SHS Football Cheerleading. Mail check to Statesboro High School, Attn: L. Driggers & T. Parker, 10 Lester Rd., Statesboro, GA 30458. You may also drop it off at the SHS  office prior to camp during office hours which are weekdays 8 a.m. - 3 p.m.                              

Ages:                          Rising Kindergarten through – 8th Grade  

Date:                          June 26  through June 28, 2019                  

Time & Location:       9 a.m. – 12 noon @ Statesboro High School Varsity Basketball Gym

Camp Director:          Liz Driggers- 

Coaches/Counselors:  SHS Cheerleaders

Additional Info:          Special presentation for parents. Snacks will be served daily - If allergies are an issue, please send snacks from home. T-shirt for all pre-registered participants. Campers must wear tennis shoes each day. Drop off and Pick up is at SHS bus ramp (off Hwy 80 at Savannah Ave. red light) 

Registration Info:       Space is limited to the first 100 registered participants, so register early. No exceptions.  All interested participants must complete this brief sign-up sheet in order to register for the camp.


Camp:                 SBCPRD Soccer in the ‘Boro

Cost:                           $75 per player

Ages:                           Youth ages 4 - 18

Date:                            TBA for 2019

Time & Location:       8:30 a.m. – 11:30 a.m.; Mill Creek Regional Park

Camp Director:          Statesboro Bulloch Co. Parks & Recreation Dept.      

Coaches/Counselors:  Experienced staff and certified coaches which have included: Andrew Hansen - . Former NCAA Division 1 women’s assistant coach at GSU and a GSU NCAA Division I soccer alumni; Pat Parris– Head Men’s Coach at North Georgia College and State University NCAA Division II. Former NCAA Division 1men’s Assistant Coach at GSU. NCAA Division I soccer alumni of GSU; Brian Thomas– NCAA Division I soccer alumni of GSU. Statesboro High School Girls Head coach; and Andrew Hansen –Former NCAA Division I women’s assistant coach at GSU.

Additional Info:          Participants should bring water bottle, light snack, cleats, shin guards, soccer ball and sunscreen.

Registration Info:       Visit the SBCPRD’s Honey Bowen Building or . For more information call 912-764-5637


Camp:                 Statesboro High Volleyball Camp

Cost:                          $60 per child; Make checks payable to SHS Volleyball                                  

Ages:                          2nd – 12th Grades; Divided into different age-group sessions  

Date:                           July 8-11, 2019                      

Time & Location:     Time varies by age-group session; SHS Junior Varsity Gym (back of school)

Camp Director:         Coach Bob Massee; 912-212-8860

Coaches/Counselors: SHS Volleyball staff and players

Additional Info:          Bring your own water bottle

Three age-group sessions available:

  • Session 12nd grade-  6th Grade- Times: 8:30-10:30 a.m. Mighty Mights
  • Session 2-   7th grade-12th grade- Times 11:00-1:00- Beginner Session-(For those who have never played volleyball at the middle and high school )
  • Session 3- Elite camp- 7th-rising 12th grade- 1:30-4:00- Campers who have volleyball experience and have played at the high school or middle school level.

Registration Info:      Pre-register on the Statesboro High School Volleyball Website or turn in a registration form at Statesboro High’s front office.  You can also register the first day of camp before your session begins. If more than one child from your household is participating, please complete a form for each child. T-shirt for each participant.


Get Georgia Reading

Help Prevent Summer Learning Loss

Bulloch County Schools supports the Get Georgia Reading campaign sponsored by the Georgia Department of Education, the Georgia Department of Early Care and Learning, the Georgia Public Library Service, and Georgia Public Broadcasting. Visit, for a toolkit full of resources for summer reading.


According to the Georgia Department of Education, 66 percent of teachers surveyed by the National Summer Learning Association reported that it takes them at least three to four weeks to re-teach the previous years' skills at the beginning of a new school year. When students don’t read and learn during the summer months, they lose educational ground: research shows that students can lose up to three months of reading ability over the summer. This phenomenon – known as summer slide– can lower achievement potential and widen the achievement gap. Fortunately, this is preventable. Research shows that children who read and learn during the summer don’t suffer the same losses, and may even show some growth in their reading ability.


Be sure to visit the Statesboro-Bulloch County Regional Library this summer to participate in their Summer Reading Program and for great special events and activities.


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