Swim, Splash & Fun Camp
Session 1- June 18-22, 2018
Session 2- July 16-20, 2018
Time: 1:00 pm-4:00 pm
Age/Gender: Rising K-3rd Grade, Coed
Location: A.E. Finley Center, Pool
Program Description: This swim camp is focused on fun, and campers will play a variety of pool games; such as cross pool, water polo, water basketball, noodle tag, shark in the pool, treasure hunt, belly flop contest, and many more! In addition to all of the games, campers will have plenty of "free choice" play time, as well as, a couple of snack breaks.
Campers will also go through a swim lesson each afternoon to work on individual stroke development needs for any of the four competitive strokes (freestyle, breaststroke, backstroke, or butterfly). The camp will be lead by Greg Warren, Aquatics Director and Head Varsity Swim Coach at Ravenscroft. Coach Warren will be assisted by members of the Boys and Girls Varsity swim teams to help out with all of the fun and instruction.
*The entire staff will be lifeguard certified, and for safety reasons each campers should be able to swim at least one length of the pool without touching the bottom.
What to Bring: Swim suit, goggles, towel, and a daily snack
Instructor: Greg Warren has been the Aquatics Director and Head Coach of the boys and girls swim team at Ravenscroft since 2005. In that time, Coach Warren has been apart of 6 State Championship winning teams and his girls' team are the 4 time NCISAA State Champions ('13, '14 , '15 & '16) at the 3A level. Coach Warren also teaches physical education for the lower, middle and upper schools. Before coming to Ravenscroft, he swam for UNC-Wilmington and was a nationally ranked age group swimmer while in High School. He has over 25 years experience teaching swimming skills in both the private and group settings. He is an instructor for the American Red Cross and certifies the Ravenscroft Facility, Staff and Coaches along with students in Upper School PE in CPR and AED. Coach Warren also teaches an after school swim program to lower school students looking to improve their swimming skills.