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  • In Person: Girls Strength & Speed Camp: Gr. 6-9

    This strength and speed program is designed for youth with minimal or no experience with performance training, but all fitness levels are welcome and will benefit! The goal of this program is to further enhance understanding regarding the basics of strength and speed training while establishing a foundation for present and future fitness and/or athletic competition. Please note that for any poor weather days (rain, very high heat index, etc.), camp will be held online via Zoom. By the end of this program, athletes will LEARN: Proper biomechanical movements Proper breathing techniques Injury prevention concepts and exercises Basic plyometric concepts: landing and jumping, progressions Standard policies and procedures in the weight room The difference between sets and reps, volume-load and intensity, and more Proper nutrition and hydration required That you can have fun while being active! By the end of this program, the athlete WILL: Be faster, stronger, biomechanically more sound and reactive Understand the why and how about long term fitness Have increased awareness of self and surroundings Have improved translation of training to sport Be less prone to injuries Have an improved mind-muscle connection
  • In Person: Boys Strength & Speed Camp: Gr. 6-9

    This strength and speed program is designed for youth with minimal or no experience with performance training, but all fitness levels are welcome and will benefit! The goal of this program is to further enhance understanding regarding the basics of strength and speed training while establishing a foundation for present and future fitness and/or athletic competition. Please note that for any poor weather days (rain, very high heat index, etc.), camp will be held online via Zoom. By the end of this program, athletes will LEARN: Proper biomechanical movements Proper breathing techniques Injury prevention concepts and exercises Basic plyometric concepts: landing and jumping, progressions Standard policies and procedures in the weight room The difference between sets and reps, volume-load and intensity, and more Proper nutrition and hydration required That you can have fun while being active! By the end of this program, the athlete WILL: Be faster, stronger, biomechanically more sound and reactive Understand the why and how about long term fitness Have increased awareness of self and surroundings Have improved translation of training to sport Be less prone to injuries Have an improved mind-muscle connection
  • In Person: Edina Boys' Basketball Skills Camp: Gr. 4-5

    This camp is a unique instructional camp for basketball players who are entering grades 4-5. A low coach-to-player ratio provides advanced and beginner players a place to practice the step-by-step and repetitive techniques that will build individual basketball skills. The camp is directed and coached by Joe Burger, the Edina Boys' Head Basketball Coach, EHS assistant coaches, Brian Jungwirth and Mike Landers, as well as numerous past and present Hornet varsity basketball players. In addition to skills camps for grades 4-9, see information about our Summer League session that takes place immediately after the skills camp session.
  • In Person: Edina Boys' Basketball Summer League: Gr. 4-5

    Directed by Joe Burger, Edina Boys' Basketball Head Coach, the main purpose of the league is to give youth players the opportunity to play basketball during the summer. Different than the Edina Basketball Skills Camp, Summer League provides a setting which is competitive and structured– only full court, 5-on-5 games will be played during the sessions. Teams are put together by the coaching staff and a tournament is put together the final three days as players compete for prizes. *We strongly encourage players to attend the Edina Boys Basketball Skill Camp prior to their league session. Players may not leave the gym area without permission from the director or a referee. Players do not need to bring a basketball. Teams of around 10-12 players will be created if COVID guidelines allow. Directors will try, but cannot guarantee players will be placed with preferred teammates. Players will be expected to play hard, play unselfishly, and support their teammates. Each day a schedule will be created and posted with team names etc. – some teams get together and wear the same color t-shirt or pinneys will be provided Games will be 20-25 minutes running time. Teams could play 3-4 25-min games per day. Substitutions will occur every 5 minutes of playing time. If there are 10 or more players on a team no player will be allowed to play two 5-minute segments in a row. If less than 10 players are available then no player will be allowed to play three – 5-minute segments in a row. There are neither practices nor are there any coaches. The referees of each game will assist the players and monitor the game play and player substitutions. No free throws will be shot. 1 point will be given on all non-shooting fouls – while retaining possession of the ball. 2 points or 3 points will be given on shooting fouls – while giving up possession of the ball. The officials are not licensed but will do everything within their power to create safe and fair play. No Zone defense is allowed. Teams with a 20-point lead will not be allowed to full-court press.
  • In Person: Edina Boys' Basketball Skills Camp: Gr. K-1

    This camp is a unique instructional camp for basketball players who are entering grades K-1. A low coach-to-player ratio provides advanced and beginner players a place to practice the step-by-step and repetitive techniques that will build individual basketball skills. The camp is directed and coached by Joe Burger, the Edina Boys' Head Basketball Coach, EHS assistant coaches, Brian Jungwirth and Mike Landers, as well as numerous past and present Hornet varsity basketball players.
  • In Person: Edina Boys' Basketball Skills Camp: Gr. 2-3

    This camp is a unique instructional camp for basketball players who are entering grades 2-3. A low coach-to-player ratio provides advanced and beginner players a place to practice the step-by-step and repetitive techniques that will build individual basketball skills. The camp is directed and coached by Joe Burger, the Edina Boys' Head Basketball Coach, EHS assistant coaches, Brian Jungwirth and Mike Landers, as well as numerous past and present Hornet varsity basketball players.
  • In Person: Edina Boys' Basketball Skills Camp: Gr. 6-7

    This camp is a unique instructional camp for basketball players who are entering grades 6-7. A low coach-to-player ratio provides advanced and beginner players a place to practice the step-by-step and repetitive techniques that will build individual basketball skills. The camp is directed and coached by Joe Burger, the Edina Boys' Head Basketball Coach, EHS assistant coaches, Brian Jungwirth and Mike Landers, as well as numerous past and present Hornet varsity basketball players. In addition to skills camps for grades 4-9, see information about our Summer League session that takes place immediately after the skills camp session.
  • In Person: Edina Boys' Basketball Summer League: Gr. 6-7

    Directed by Joe Burger, Edina Boys' Basketball Head Coach, the main purpose of the league is to give youth players the opportunity to play basketball during the summer. Different than the Edina Basketball Skills Camp, Summer League provides a setting which is competitive and structured– only full court, 5-on-5 games will be played during the sessions. Teams are put together by the coaching staff and a tournament is put together the final three days as players compete for prizes. *We strongly encourage players to attend the Edina Boys Basketball Skill Camp prior to their league session. Players may not leave the gym area without permission from the director or a referee. Players do not need to bring a basketball. Teams of around 10-12 players will be created if COVID guidelines allow. Directors will try, but cannot guarantee players will be placed with preferred teammates. Players will be expected to play hard, play unselfishly, and support their teammates. Each day a schedule will be created and posted with team names etc. – some teams get together and wear the same color t-shirt or pinneys will be provided Games will be 20-25 minutes running time. Teams could play 3-4 25-min games per day. Substitutions will occur every 5 minutes of playing time. If there are 10 or more players on a team no player will be allowed to play two 5-minute segments in a row. If less than 10 players are available then no player will be allowed to play three – 5-minute segments in a row. There are neither practices nor are there any coaches. The referees of each game will assist the players and monitor the game play and player substitutions. No free throws will be shot. 1 point will be given on all non-shooting fouls – while retaining possession of the ball. 2 points or 3 points will be given on shooting fouls – while giving up possession of the ball. The officials are not licensed but will do everything within their power to create safe and fair play. No Zone defense is allowed. Teams with a 20-point lead will not be allowed to full-court press.
  • In Person: Edina Boys' Basketball Skills Camp: Gr. 8-9

    This camp is a unique instructional camp for basketball players who are entering grades 8-9. A low coach-to-player ratio provides advanced and beginner players a place to practice the step-by-step and repetitive techniques that will build individual basketball skills. The camp is directed and coached by Joe Burger, the Edina Boys' Head Basketball Coach, EHS assistant coaches, Brian Jungwirth and Mike Landers, as well as numerous past and present Hornet varsity basketball players. In addition to skills camps for grades 4-9, see information about our Summer League session that takes place immediately after the skills camp session.
  • In Person: Edina Boys' Basketball Summer League: Gr. 8-9

    Directed by Joe Burger, Edina Boys' Basketball Head Coach, the main purpose of the league is to give youth players the opportunity to play basketball during the summer. Different than the Edina Basketball Skills Camp, Summer League provides a setting which is competitive and structured– only full court, 5-on-5 games will be played during the sessions. Teams are put together by the coaching staff and a tournament is put together the final three days as players compete for prizes. *We strongly encourage players to attend the Edina Boys Basketball Skill Camp prior to their league session. Players may not leave the gym area without permission from the director or a referee. Players do not need to bring a basketball. Teams of around 10-12 players will be created if COVID guidelines allow. Directors will try, but cannot guarantee players will be placed with preferred teammates. Players will be expected to play hard, play unselfishly, and support their teammates. Each day a schedule will be created and posted with team names etc. – some teams get together and wear the same color t-shirt or pinneys will be provided Games will be 20-25 minutes running time. Teams could play 3-4 25-min games per day. Substitutions will occur every 5 minutes of playing time. If there are 10 or more players on a team no player will be allowed to play two 5-minute segments in a row. If less than 10 players are available then no player will be allowed to play three – 5-minute segments in a row. There are neither practices nor are there any coaches. The referees of each game will assist the players and monitor the game play and player substitutions. No free throws will be shot. 1 point will be given on all non-shooting fouls – while retaining possession of the ball. 2 points or 3 points will be given on shooting fouls – while giving up possession of the ball. The officials are not licensed but will do everything within their power to create safe and fair play. No Zone defense is allowed. Teams with a 20-point lead will not be allowed to full-court press.
  • In Person: Olympics Camp: Gr. K-5

    Let the Games begin! The summer Olympics are coming to Edina Community Ed! The sports will be modified for elementary kids and will include the javelin noodle throw, noodle fencing, fun relay races, sprinting, soccer, handball and more. Join us and see which country will win the Games!
  • In Person: Spy Academy: Gr. K-5

    Your mission– if you choose to accept it– is to become the latest recruit at Spy Academy. In order to graduate, campers will have to break codes, create secret messages, undergo field training, and prove themselves worthy of the title of SPY. By working individually and in groups, campers will have to use their thinking caps as well as tap into their agility skills. Register now before this message self destructs in three . . . two . . . one . . .
  • In Person: Hornet Tennis Camp: Gr. K-5

    Hornet Tennis Camp's goal is to provide high-quality instruction in a fun atmosphere primarily for novice and intermediate tennis players. Current and former Edina High School players work with campers in a positive, encouraging and fun manner. Camp is designed to teach fundamentals, rules and etiquette through fun drills and contests while promoting good sportsmanship and kindness to others. Our camp format maintains a low ratio of 3-6 campers per court/coach to promote a personalized experience. The extended camp time also allows for match play. Find out more at www.ebscamps.com.
  • In Person: Hornet Tennis Camp: Gr. 5-8

    Hornet Tennis Camp's goal is to provide high-quality instruction in a fun atmosphere primarily for novice and intermediate tennis players. Current and former Edina High School players work with campers in a positive, encouraging and fun manner. Camp is designed to teach fundamentals, rules and etiquette through fun drills and contests while promoting good sportsmanship and kindness to others. Our camp format maintains a low ratio of 3-6 campers per court/coach to promote a personalized experience. The extended camp time also allows for match play. Find out more at www.ebscamps.com.
  • In Person: Soccer: Gr. K-5

    Designed for beginner and intermediate players, this camp focuses on dribbling, passing, shooting and ball control. Using a variety of skill based games, athletes are able to practice skills constantly over the course of the week, while having FUN! Participants will put all of their newly learned skills to use during our World Cup skills challenge, which is the last day of camp. Participants should bring appropriate clothing, two filled water bottles, sunscreen and hand sanitizer.
  • In Person: Coach Pitch Baseball: Gr. K-5

    This camp introduces the young athlete to the sport of baseball through skill development and small group games. Staff will focus on helping the children learn the rules of baseball while working on team play and sportsmanship. Individual skills taught: throwing, catching, hitting, base running and fielding. Children will be divided by age and skill level. Staff to camper ratio is 8:1. Please bring a baseball glove, filled water bottles, sunscreen and a great attitude!
  • In Person: Hornet Track & Field Camp: Gr. K-5

    This camp is designed to teach kids track & field events and give them the opportunity to participate in a real track meet. Athletes will learn how to effectively warm up/cool down, stretch, and participate in plyometrics while becoming faster and stronger in their track & field events. Campers will be separated into similar age groups. Camp will conclude with an official track meet allowing campers to fully experience a typical “gameday” at a middle school and high school meet. Jonathan Buckley, Valley View Middle School Head Track Coach, and additional Edina coaches and track athletes will provide instruction and coaching. Find out more at www.ebscamps.com.
  • In Person: Flag Football: Gr. 6-9

    Designed for beginner and intermediate players, this camp focuses on all things flag football- passing, catching and defense. Athletes will practice their skills throughout the week with a variety of skill-based games, daily scrimmages and fun football challenges! Athletes will be divided by age/skill level. Boys and girls are welcome!
  • In Person: BaseballTots: Ages 2-3

    In this parent participation class we use a variety of fun games to develop balance, movement, and baseball skills as well as listening to instructions. Very active and fun! Bring a glove. Bats and balls provided.
  • In Person: BaseballTots: Ages 3-4

    In this parent participation class we use a variety of fun games to develop balance, movement, and baseball skills as well as listening to instructions. Very active and fun! Bring a glove. Bats and balls provided.
  • In Person: Classic Schoolyard Games: Gr. K-5

    Get ready, get set, PLAY! Sometimes all a child needs is to burn off some energy the old–fashioned way. Kids will enjoy playing various tried–and–true schoolyard games. Dodgeball, kickball, tag, even hide–and–seek are just a start to the fun your camper will have with their summer playmates!
  • In Person: Cheerleading: Gr. K-2

    This cheerleading camp teaches the essential skills to lead crowds and support the home team! There is no stunting in this entry level program—just a big focus on fun while each cheerleader learns proper hand & body movements, cheers and jumping techniques. Participants should bring appropriate clothing, two filled water bottles, sunscreen and hand sanitizer.
  • In Person: Cheerleading: Gr. 3-5

    This cheerleading camp teaches the essential skills to lead crowds and support the home team! There is no stunting in this entry level program—just a big focus on fun while each cheerleader learns proper hand & body movements, cheers and jumping techniques. Participants should bring appropriate clothing, two filled water bottles, sunscreen and hand sanitizer.
  • In Person: Flag Football: Gr. K-5

    Flag Football is the perfect introduction to “America’s Game.” Campers learn skills on both sides of the football including the core components of passing, catching, and defense – all presented in a fun and positive environment. The week ends with the “Skyhawks Combine”, giving participants a chance to showcase their skills on the gridiron! Participants should bring appropriate clothing, at least two filled water bottles, sunscreen and hand sanitizer.