Hi-Five Sports Camps

 

 Hi-Five-Sports-Camp

Click on Hi-Five Sports Camp Logo to register or for more information

 call Mladen Kozak at 520-235-7094

Hi-Five offers flexible Sports Camps schedules on Grading Days, Intercessions, Fall, Winter, Rodeo, Summer, and Spring Breaks days. See below for our current camp and upcoming camp schedules.

Who: Campers 5-13 yrs old

When:                                                                                                                         Camp: 9am-3pm                                                                                                    Aftercare: 3-5:30pm

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Once you sign-up: Fill out supplemental health form from link below before the first day of camp.

Online form: http://www.hifivesportsclubs.com/tucson_sports_camp_summer_camp/

Paper form: http://www.hifivesportsclubs.com/tucson_sports_camp_summer_camp_form/

Frequently Asked Questions

Our daily camp limit is 50 kids. Please register ahead, email, or call to reserve your space,  so you don’t get turned away!

1.What should my child bring and wear to camp each day?

Your child should wear and bring:

  • Comfortable clothing that allows for easy movement and active learning. Socks and tennis shoes.

  • Please feed children breakfast before arriving and bring a lunch, unless you are purchasing the $40 lunch option. Please contact us with any questions.

  • Water bottle (we have a drinking fountain, but snacks and beverages are also available for purchase)

Remember to label all belongings with the camper’s name and phone number.

2. What’s the process for dropping off and picking up my child each day?

Drop-off activities for camp sessions start at 8:30am and will take place at the main entrance of Maracana. 
 Pick-up activities happen inside at the registration desk. As an important safety measure, Maracana will only release campers at pick-up to authorized persons. As part of the Camp Contract completed during registration, you may authorize up to two people in addition to parents/legal guardians who may pick up your camper with the presentation of valid identification. The contract also requires your contact information so we can contact you in the event that an unauthorized individual arrives to pick up your child.

3. What happens if a child is injured at camp?

Each camper’s Medical Release (completed during registration) authorizes certified camp staff members to administer first aid. In case of emergency, camp staff will notify parents to come pick up their child.