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Harding University

Harding Summer Programs

Kids Kollege

www.harding.edu/KidsKollege
Examples of courses are Advanced Magic, Baby-Sitting 101, Be An Author, Chess from

Square One, Celebrate Spanish, Cooking for Beginning Chefs, Kids Chemistry, On Stage, You Be the Jury, Sea World, and Piano Preview or Progression.


Program Cost:

Contact: pstilwell@Harding.edu
Phone:

Deadline:

Boy's basketball camp

www.harding.edu/athletics/CAMPS
Bison Basketball Camps are designed to

provide campers an opportunity to grow

athletically and individually as a person.

Skills includes team concept, goal-setting,

shooting instruction, defensive concepts,

individual offensive moves, setting and

receiving screens, ball handling, passing and

receiving.


Program Cost:

Contact: pstilwell@Harding.edu
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Deadline:

Uplift

www.harding.edu/uplift/register
A summer camp held each year, the theme

for this year is “Revolution: The sudden

change in a system of beliefs”.  The goal is

to inform, inspire, and ignite you and your

youth group on to greater works.  Every

topic, speaker and activity is designed to

move you into a deeper relationship with

God and others.

June 12-17,

June 19-24,

June 26-July 1


Program Cost:

Contact: pstilwell@Harding.edu
Phone:

Deadline:

Girl's basketball camp

www.harding.edu/athletics/CAMPS
Each camper will receive daily instruction from

Lady Bison players in the fundamentals of

ball handling, dribbling, passing, shooting,

individual defense, and rebounding. 


Program Cost:

Contact: pstilwell@Harding.edu
Phone:

Deadline:

Honors Symposium

www.harding.edu/symposium
A two-week academic program

designed to challenge, encourage, and uplift high school students graduating

in the class of 2005.  Those who are accepted into the Symposium attend class with outstanding professors, engage in community service projects,

enjoy recreational activities and form lasting friendships with other junior scholars.  Three hours of university credit is awarded to all who

successfully complete the Symposium.

June 25-July 9,

July 2-16,

July 9-23,

July 16-30


Program Cost:

Contact: pstilwell@Harding.edu
Phone:

Deadline:

Football camp, Soccer camp, Baseball camp

The goal of the camp is to teach the basic

skills of football; passing, receiving, kicking,

punting, deep snapping as well as some

defensive skills.  Emphasis will be placed on

proper techniques to ensure safety and

having fun with football.  There will be daily

and weekly awards. 

Randy Tribble 279-4755

Objectives include understanding of and

participation in baseball, development of

individual skills and understanding of team

concepts and fundamentals, hustle and

attitude.

Shane Fullerton 279-3444


Program Cost:

Contact: pstilwell@Harding.edu
Phone:

Deadline:

Harding Summer Honor Choir

www.harding.edu/honorchoir/
July 24-29, 2005.

This is an intense week of choral rehearsals, vocal class, sightreading, and other musical studies, culminating in a final choral concert.  There is also time for entertainment, recreation, and devotionals.  The Honor Choir is for high school students who are experienced and talented in choral music and who seek a college-level choral experience.  One hour of college credit is granted. 
Program Cost: $245-$395

Contact: ganus@harding.edu
Phone: 501 279-4311

Deadline: 06/01/05

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