Printable Summer Camp Flyer HERE
Please fill out a separate form for each student.
All athletic camps include a t-shirt if student is pre-registered.
Registration for each camp ends at 11:59 PM on the Friday before the camp begins.
If camps are canceled due to COVID, all funds will be refunded, otherwise there is a $10 cancellation fee.
June 7-9, 6:00-8:00
Fairfield Optimist Fields (Joyce Park)
Grades 3-5, 9:30-11:30 AM; Grades 6-8, 12:30-2:30 PM
Grades 1-5, 6-8:15 PM; Grades 6-9, 2:00-5:00 PM
Baseball $80 * NO WALK UP REGISTRATION AVAILABLE *
June 6-9 (June 10 is Rain Date)
Grades 3-9, 9:00-Noon
Alumni Field, Joyce Park
Grades 5-7, 9:00-Noon
Grades 3-4 & 8-9, 12:30-3:30 PM
July 11-13, 4:30-7:00 PM
Grades 6-8, 6-8:00 PM
Grades 1-8, 6:00-8:15 PM
CYO Field, Joyce Park
Laffalot - Register Online: Laffalotcamps.com
$145 per camper for camp (9:00-2:00). Aftercare available, see more info online (9:00-4:00). Includes T-shirt, certificate and group picture.
Strength & Conditioning:
Grades 6-8, 10:00 AM - 12 noon
July 6-7-8, 9:30 AM-1:00 PM
$125 includes workbook & t-shirt.
Grade 8 ONLY
Class maximum will be 50 students
Instructors: Badin teachers Chelsea Trotter and Sean Stewart
This class will help 8th grade students increase their confidence and assist them with test‐taking strategies prior to the High School Placement Test (HSPT) which will be administered Saturday, November 19, 2022.
Over the course of three days, students will learn test‐taking skills and strategies, receive review materials, and take a practice test on the last day.
Questions? Please contact the Badin Admissions Office - 513-863-3993 or info@BadinHS.org.
Week 1: June 6-10, 10am-12pm
Week 2: July 25-29, 10am-12pm
Maximum 40 students per week
Are you trying to get into your dream college or maximize your scholarship money? No matter what your previous ACT scores are, or if you've never even taken the test, we'll help you prepare. You'll learn tips and tricks for each section of the test and complete at least one full practice test.
Instructors: Mrs. Maciulewicz of the English Department
Ms. Trotter or Mrs. Robinson of the Math Department
July 25-28, Two Sessions Offered
9:00-11:00 AM OR 12:00-2:00 PM
Open to ALL registered Badin students
Do you lack confidence in your reading and writing ability? Are you concerned about your transition to Badin or do you simply hope to hone your academic skills? Reading and writing acumen predict scholastic success and create confidence. What should you do? Get a head start and enroll in Badin’s second Reading and Writing Workshop, working together with expert teachers and your peers to bolster these vital skills.
Aydyn, a sophomore participant, claims, “This camp has taught me how to vividly explain anything in full detail, use proper grammar, and have fun all the while.” Another student explains, “The class helped me develop myself as a writer, but also as a reader. It pushed me outside of my comfort zone and helped me tap into my creative side.”
In class, we will read, write, and practice. We will work on developing discussion, writing and reading skills, and even do some assignments in advance. Class will be active, engaging, and productive; you will emerge confident and ready to tackle the school year.
Dates and Times
Morning Session: Monday-Thursday, July 25-28, 9:00 am - 11:00 am
Afternoon Session: Monday-Thursday, July 25-28, 12:00 pm - 2:00 pm
Morning and Afternoon Sessions
Sept 10-11 (one session offered)
Badin students - Grades 11 & 12 only
The challenge for many students on the college search is writing the college application essay, most of which are personal essays. College admission boards use these essays to find out more about you beyond your grades and test scores to determine if you fit their vision of a student who would succeed at their school.
The goal of this two-day workshop is for you to produce a polished essay that not only shows who you are and what contributions you can make to an academic community, but also an essay that avoids potential missteps. We will begin by reflecting on your own experiences, values, and relationships. Then, using the prompts for the 2022-2023 Common Application essay, we will work with you in a process that is both collaborative and personal to write and revise your essay, producing a final product that does not just relate a bland narrative but shows that you think about who you are and what you believe in.
There are five different sessions offered:
Session 1: Monday-Tuesday, August 8-9, 9:00 am - 11:00 am
Session 2: Monday-Tuesday, August 8-9, 12:00 pm - 2:00 pm
Session 3: Wednesday-Thursday, August 10-11, 9:00 am - 11:00 am
Session 4: Wednesday-Thursday, August 10-11, 12:00 pm - 2:00 pm
Session 5: Saturday, September 10 from 10:00 AM - Noon; Sunday, September 11 from 2-4 pm
Mrs. Thompson and Mrs. Gazin of the English Department, both of whom have helped many students draft their college and scholarship essays. For more information, please contact: