Summer Programs at Crespi Carmelite High School

Congratulations to the class of 2010!

Crespi Carmelite High School in Encino is now accepting registration for our summer programs. Give your child a safe, spiritual, and rewarding summer by enrolling today! Programs begin June 28, 2010. We are proud to offer summer academic programs for high school students and students ages 10-14, as well as athletic camps for children ages 5-14.

The Celt Experience Summer Camp offers courses taught by our excellent faculty for children ages 10-14. Students registered for this new summer program will have a unique experience this summer as they learn video production, taiko drums, or web design from our wonderful and experienced faculty.

Our Summer Session is an experience that will be enjoyable and rewarding for all high school students.

For further information please contact the Summer School Office at (818) 345-1672 or visit www.crespi.org.

Our Celt Pride Summer Sports Camps are for children ages 5-14. Have fun and learn some great skills this summer from our varsity head coaches, assistants, current students, alumni, and staff. For boys and girls, we are offering Soccer and an All-Sports Camp. Activities offered in the All-Sports Camp are: CELT Ball, Dodge Ball, Ultimate Frisbee, Badminton, Floor Hockey, Indoor Soccer, Wiffle Ball, Over-the-Line, and much more! For boys ages 7-14, we offer: Football, Baseball, Basketball, Soccer, Lacrosse, Track & Field, Volleyball, and Wrestling.

To assist working parents, we also offer extended care hours before and after each camp. For families with more than one child, we offer sibling discounts.

For further information regarding our summer athletic camps, please contact Mr. Jason Nevis at (818) 654-1327 or jnevis@crespi.org.

Crespi Carmelite High School has limited space available for 2010-2011 and is accepting applications for 2011-2012. For further information, please contact Mrs. Anita Rezzo in the Admissions office at (818) 654-1329 or arezzo@crespi.org.

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