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Summer Programs

Summer fun starts here!

Day Camp

ULS Day Camp has been the standard of summer fun for generations. And it's no wonder. With traditional camp activities like archery, swimming, sports, performing arts, science and nature, campers enjoy a variety of exciting things to do that keep them active, engaged and playing outside all day long.

WHO: Day camp is for rising kindergarteners - rising sixth graders
WHEN: 9 a.m. - 3 p.m. Monday - Friday 
Session I: June 20 - June 30
Session II: July 5 - July 15 (camp is closed on Monday, July 4)
Session III: July 18 - July 29

A Sample Day at Day Camp

9 a.m. - noon: flag-raising, tennis, swim time, archery, performing arts, outdoor adventure
noon - 3 p.m.: lunch, science and nature, all-camp activity, free swim, group time, flag lowering

Sports Camps

Summer Baseball

Our sports camps are led by experienced University Liggett School coaches, and the focus is on fun and skill development. Your sports star will have an opportunity to develop and improve skills, learn and execute challenging drills, develop an understanding of strategies and engage in games and contests using the skills learned during camp — all while having fun.

Who: Sports camps are for rising first-12th-grade students
When: Hours vary by sport and age group

We are offering the following sports camps in Summer 2022: 

Boys: Sandlot Baseball Camp, Basketball and Lacrosse
Girls: Basketball, Field Hockey, Lacrosse, Softball and Volleyball: 
Co-ed: Soccer and Detroit Tigers Baseball & Softball Camps *

*Registration for the Detroit Tigers Baseball & Softball Camps is through the Detroit Tigers organization here:

Sandlot Baseball Camp

Sandlot baseball


Our Sandlot Baseball Camp is run by University Liggett five-time state championship coach and MHSBCA Hall of Fame coach Dan Cimini and features the 2021 Little League World Series Champions Taylor Little League players and coaches, 2021 MHSAA D3 State Champions University Liggett, MHSBCA Hall of Fame coach and two-time State Champion coach Dan Griesbaum, as well as, the 2017/2018 LLWS players from Grosse Pointe Woods Shores Little League. This will be a camp taught by champions who will help your players become the best they can be.

When: June 20-23
Time: 9a.m. - 2 p.m. 
Who: Boys 6-14 

What we will work on:

As a player, you will be evaluated by a professional eye and receive hands-on, intense baseball training. Our goal as a staff is to provide you with the tools to better your game, increase your knowledge, skills, and confidence, and assist in getting you to the next level of play and beyond.

  • Stance, balance, mechanics, situational hitting & swing path for hitting
  • Mental preparation and Hitting Philosophy
  • Hand-eye coordination drills for all aspects of the game
  • Opposite field hitting (staying inside the baseball)
  • Hitting with two strikes 
  • Situational hitting, including bunting
  • Baserunning with leads and steals
  • Infield play-corner play and middle infield play
  • And more!

    Click here to download the Sandlot Baseball Camp flyer. 

Minecraft® Camp

Minecraft Camp

Have you ever wanted to test your Minecraft* building skills in new ways? Have you ever wanted to build a fully interactive Minecraft world with a large group? If so, this camp is for you!

Each day will include an individual design and build challenge designed to take your Minecraft skills to the next level, time to design and build a totally immersive world with your fellow campers, and some time to explore and play around with other tech tools to enhance your Minecraft experience (for example: did you know you can make a video game controller out of a banana?).

* Access to Minecraft: Education Edition (with all of its enhanced features and extra game modes) will be provided for the workshop. Campers should plan to download Minecraft: Education Edition to their chosen device (preferably a computer instead of a tablet) prior to the first day of camp.

When: Aug. 1-5
Time: 9:30 - 11 a.m.
Who: Rising 4th-8th grade  

Contact Summer Programs


Or for questions about Summer Programs, contact MaryJo Campo at