Summer Camp Opportunities at Lee


Lee University to Hold Summer Camps

This summer, Lee University will hold a wide variety of summer camps in which community youth can participate.

Specific information for each camp, handled by individual directors, can be found below. For more information or to register, contact camp organizers.

For the health and safety of our campers and our campus community, COVID-19 protocols will be in place in accordance with prevailing guidance at the time of each camp.


Lee University Summer Music Camp

LeeU Summer Music Camp offers an immersive experience for instrumentalists and vocalists including classroom instruction, ensemble participation, private lessons (on some tracks), attending top tier concerts, and performing concerts/recitals. A residential camp, all meals and lodging are included (a $95 add-on meal plan is available to non-residential campers). The cost is $495 for residential campers and $325 for non-residential campers, in addition to a $25 registration fee ($50 on/after June 1),

When: June 21–26

Who: Rising 9th graders through rising college freshmen

Contact: Laud Vaught at (423) 614-8244 or or visit for more information.


Lee University English Language Camp

The English Language Camp will provide fun and active English as a Second Language (ESL) lessons to kids to help them prepare for academic English in school. Snacks, lunch, and all materials will be provided at no cost. Enrollment is limited to 35 children, so early registration is encouraged.

When: July 12–16, 9 a.m.–3 p.m.

Who: Grades 1–6

Contact: Christopher Blake at (423) 614-8223 or orvisit for more information.

Lee University Art Camp

Lee University summer art camps offer students a chance to explore a variety of art making techniques and exciting art projects with expert faculty guidance. All experience levels are welcome. Each one-week camp meets either in the morning or afternoon.

Art Insights Class

When: June 14–18, morning session 9 a.m. – noon; afternoon session 1–4 p.m.

Who: Rising 6-12th graders

Art Explorers Class


Week 1: June 14-18 morning session, 9 a.m.– noon or afternoon session, 1–4 p.m.

Week 2: June 21–25 morning session, 9 a.m.– noon or afternoon session, 1–4 p.m.

Who: Rising 2–6 graders

Contact: Mary Mathias-Dickerson at

or visit for more information.

Lee Summer Computer Camp 

Participants will learn how to create, design, share, and play computer games.

When: June 7–11, 1–4 p.m.

Who: Ages 8–12

Contact: Mava Wilson or visit for more information.

LeeU Theatre Camp 

Students ages 8–12 will learn about a variety of theatre skills, including performance. Students ages 12–17 will learn about acting and playwriting through a variety of exercises. For all ages, a final video will be created to share their work with their families. The cost for the camp is $150 per student.

When: June 7–11, 9 a.m.–noon

Who: Ages 8–17

Contact: Call (423) 614-8360, email or visit for more information.

Tennessee Flames Lacrosse Camp 

The 2021 Tennessee Flames Lacrosse Camp will provide female lacrosse players with the instruction necessary to improve their individual and team lacrosse skills. The camp includes an overnight stay in the dorms, all meals, a Flames Lacrosse T-shirt, and instruction from top college coaches. The cost for the overnight camp is $350 and $250 for the day camp.

When: July 13–15, 9 a.m.–8 p.m.

Who: Rising female 9th graders to high school seniors

Contact: Megan Smith at (770) 315-5187 or


Summer Honors

Students receive a head start on their college career by earning six hours of academic credit. Outside of the classroom, students will experience a wide variety of social activities they can expect to find at Lee. For the students selected to participate, Summer Honors is two weeks to learn, grow, laugh, and connect. The cost is $980 per student.

When: June 20–July 2

Who: Rising high school seniors and rising college freshmen.

Contact: Call (423) 614-8406 or email or visit for more information.

Baseball Camps

Prospect Camp is an opportunity for high school freshmen through seniors to improve, learn, and be evaluated by college coaches. There will be instruction, pro-style workout, and game experience with data from workout and game. The cost is $150 for one position and $185 for two positions. Camp will be held on the Larry Carpenter Stadium at Olympic Field.

Session One:

When: June 22, 8:30 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.

Who: Boys, high school freshmen through seniors

Session Two:

When: June 23 , 8:30 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.

Who: Boys, high school freshmen through seniors

Contact: Mark Brew at (423) 614-8638 or or visit for more information.

Day Camp:

Conducted by the Lee University baseball staff and players, campers will learn about the stressed fundamentals of hitting, bunting, throwing, defense, and base running. Games will be played each day with instruction . Cost is $115, which includes a T-shirt.

When: June 7–10, 9 a.m.–noon

Who: Boys ages 5–13

Contact: Mark Brew at (423) 614-8638 or or visit for more information.

Advanced Skills Camp

This baseball camp focuses on the advanced instruction of hitting, pitching, and catching. Each camper will receive instruction as well as participate in the same drills that are given daily to college-level athletes. Cost is $70 for hitting, $55 for pitching and catching, or $115 for both sessions. Each participant will receive a T-shirt.pan>

When: June 28–30, 9 a.m.–noon (hitting) and 1–3 p.m. (pitching or catching)

Who: Boys ages 8–15

Contact: Mark Brew at (423) 614-8638 or or visit for more information.

Marty Rowe Skills and Drills Basketball Camp

This camp is an individual basketball skills camp for all ability levels. The camp will include basic fundamental skills work as well as competition and contests. The cost is $125 per student.

When: June 28 – July 1, 8:30 a.m. – noon

Who: Girls, K–8th graders

Contact: Jan Spangler at (423) 614-8452 or, or visit for more information.


Lee University Summer Golf Academy

The Lee University Summer Golf Academy is recommended for elementary and middle school-aged boys and girls seeking to improve their overall golf skills. The camp will be held at the Cleveland Country Club, and the cost is $125 per student.

When: June 7–10 or July 26–29, 4–7 p.m.

Who: All elementary and middle school-aged children

Contact: John Maupin at (423) 310-5427, or visit for more information.

Lee Soccer Day Camp

This teaching camp is designed for players of all skill levels. Campers are challenged to improve in a positive and fun environment. Each morning will begin with a technical session helping players learn the essential skills of passing, receiving, dribbling, turning, and shooting. These skills are then built upon throughout the day with small-sided games, individual competitions, and ladder games. Each afternoon will conclude with small scrimmage games. All staff are current Lee Men’s Soccer coaches or players, and all have full backg round checks completed prior to the start of camp. The cost is $210 per student.

When: June 21–25

Who: Boys and girls ages 6–13

Contact: Derek Potteiger at (614) 423-8158,, or visit for more information.n>

Little Flames Soccer Camp

This camp is for young kids at any experience level who are excited about the game of soccer. It is designed to teach kids the basics of the sport within the framework of fun, high-energy games. Little Flames Soccer Camp has a great staff who love this age group and do a great job of teaching, demonstrating, and simply creating a positive and enthusiastic atmosphere. The camp day is divided into two sessions with a snack break and character lesson between the on-field sessions. The first part of the day is committed to teaching campers the basic skills of soccer with drills and fun games. The second half of the day is the competitive portion, where campers play small-sided games. The cost is $145 per student.

When: June 21–25

Who: Boys and girls ages 4–6

Contact: Derek Potteiger at (614) 423-8158 or, or visit for more information.

Kay McDaniel Tennis Clinics

For the 29th year in a row, tennis champion Kay McDaniel will lead the free Tennis Clinics for all skill levels on Lee’s campus. Not only does McDaniel focus on a unique biblical theme and Scripture, but she also shares inspirational stories from her personal experiences in her journey to the top level in her sport. Every participant will receive a T-shirt, and prizes are given to campers throughout the week. Due to COVID regulations, registration is limited to 100 participants per session (200 in total) and will open on April 20.

When: June 7-11; Girls session: 8-10 a.m.; Boys session: 10:45 a.m.–12:45 p.m.

Who: Boys and girls ages 6-13

For more information or to register, contact Kay McDaniel at or visit

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