Milligan is excited to offer summer camps for high school students interested in Arts and Sports with a desire to take their skills to the next level. Each camp is designed by experienced faculty and coaches who aim to challenge and inspire students.
Summer Arts Camps: July 12-17, 2015
Do you like taking photos or designing artwork on your computer? Is singing or playing an instrument one of your many hobbies? Do you like to perform in plays or work behind the scenes?
Then attend Be a Buff Summer Arts Camp at Milligan!
Talented students like you get to spend a week at Milligan’s beautiful campus developing knowledge and skills in the areas of digital media, music or theatre. While you are here, you will learn from Milligan faculty and students who will help you enhance your creative skills. They can even help you develop a portfolio for your college applications and resumes, as well as teach you about careers in your field.
The week-long program includes hands-on workshops and lessons, evening activities, and fun outings to local sights.
On Friday, after a week of fun and hard work, you will have the opportunity to participate in a performance or gallery to show friends and family what you have learned during the week.
Summer Sports Camps: July 12-15, 2015
- Would your friends and family call you a sports enthusiast?
- Do you spend every spare moment you have on the basketball court?
- Perfecting your tennis serve?
- Are you always in the pool shaving time off your best event?
- Always working on new cheers, tumbling or choreography?
If you answered “yes” to one of these questions, then you are invited to attend Be a Buff Summer Sports Camp at Milligan!
Athletes like yourself are encouraged to spend 4 days at Milligan’s beautiful campus developing your skills, meeting other athletes, and growing deeper as a Christian athlete.
These programs include hands-on coaching and interactions with current athletes from the Swimming team, Cheer & Dance team, Tennis team and Men’s Basketball team. Each day will include a time of devotion, time for worship, a message from a Christian speaker, and plenty of games and good food.