Hi-Five Summer Camp
— AGES: K- 7th Grade (June 15th – August 7th) —
— AGES: 8th – 9th Grade C.I.T. —

2020 CAMP INFO

June 15th – August 7th

Celebrate our 30th anniversary this summer! Hi-Five Sports Camp – North Shore will meet from approximately 9:00 AM to 3:00 PM each day during the eight week session. Boys and Girls entering K-7th Grade will enjoy a full menu of sports, games and activities on the Hi-Five Fields of Dreams!! Incoming 8th & 9th Graders can also take part in our Counselor In Training (CIT) program!! Camp will operate from Monday, June 15th through Friday, August 7th. We are very excited to once again be back at Christian Heritage Academy (315 Waukegan Road) in Northfield!

We are also excited to announce that this summer Hi-Five will include the “Hi-Five Sports Camp 4 Girls Division! For girls in K-7th Grade we now have a camp just for you from July 13th – August 7th. Registration information can also be found below. This division will include all of the Hi-Five staples, as well as Dance, Yoga, Theatre, and more

For you, it’s about keeping your child active, healthy and happy. For them, it means no school, lots of fun and sports. Our vision is to help the next generation develop a passion for sports – one camp, coach, and one child at a time. The Hi-Five Sports Camp experience will be remembered for the high energy-level of our coaches and the positive impact made on the lives of our campers. Hi-Five Sports Camp is a sports camp dedicated to a full menu of team sports designed for children from pre-K to 7th grade. Hi-Five Sports Camp is about so much more than winning and losing – it is about teamwork, playing hard and playing fair. And it is about making new buddies and enjoying the camaraderie. A camp that is as encouraging as it is challenging. As safe as it is high-energy. And as instructional as it is fun.

For all camp information, costs and more, please contact the Hi-Five Office today!!

2020 Hi-Five Summer Camp Brochure

How will camp adjust due to COVID-19?

At this point, we are still planning for a great summer at Hi-Five and will introduce all necessary adjustments according to the CDC and state requirements. As you all know, CDC and state/local guidelines are still in the works and we will continue to revise our plans in cooperation with public health authorities as additional guidance is provided. In the meantime, we took some extra steps of our own to ensure Hi-Five is the best and safest camp option for our community. Below are just a few of our changes for this upcoming summer:

Hi-Five will have a new Co-Director
With medical experience and a daily focus on educating both campers and staff on social distancing protocols as well as any other guidelines released by medical professionals.

Cleaning and disinfecting procedures
We are purchasing new equipment to allow us to spray any commonly used surfaces throughout the day. We are also contracting with Platinum Sanitation to do antibacterial & antiviral decontamination as an additional safety measure.

Programming adjustments
Our team is hard at work adjusting some of our activities to focus more on competitions, track and field, special guest performances, and more that allow for campers to have the same level of excitement without large crowds.

Camp Management Team

DANNY TUCHMAN (Camp Director/Managing Partner) – Over the past 30 years Danny has been a camper, CIT, coach, station head, and director at camp. He’s experienced it all from every aspect of the camp experience. Danny oversees the day to day operations at camp along with the camp management team.

MARV TUCHMAN (Camp Advisor/Partner) – Marv founded Hi-Five 30 years ago and his vision continues to take shape every summer. He hasn’t missed a summer since 1990.

DAN RODELL (Co- Director) – Dan has been with Hi Five for 7+ years as a program director and coach. Coach Rodell loves all sports but his favorite is basketball. He is also the director of the Glenbrook South Jr. Titans Feeder Basketball Program and a director for Hi Five Sports Camp. Coach Rodell strives to bring great energy, enthusiasm and teaching to all his programs. He loves seeing kids get stronger and more confident with each program he coaches or directs. 

MICHELLE ORTH(Tent Manager/Co-Director) – This is Michelle’s 4th year at Hi-Five Sports Camp. Michelle graduated from ISU and majored in physical education and health and is currently working on completing her Masters in Teaching and Learning from University of St. Francis. Michelle teaches PE and Health at Regina Dominican High School and coaches Girls Varsity Volleyball. Michelle handles all communication for Hi-Five and is looking forward to bringing her expertise to the boys and girls camp this summer!

DANI MOKHTARIAN (Camp Manager/Co-Director) – This is Dani’s 2nd year at Hi-Five Sports Camp. Dani lives in Northbrook with her Husband David and three children; Jordan, Ryan, and Leah. Both Jordan and Ryan have a combined 13 years of Hi-Five Sports Camp experience. Dani is currently our communications manager at the Hi-Five Sports Zone and teaches pre-school at BJBE. Dani will be be working with Michelle on all parent communication and she is looking forward to being a major part of growing Hi-Five Sports Camp 4 Girls.

PJ EAGLE (Hi-Five Sports Zone Manager) – Director at the H-Five Sports Zone Coach PJ has been involved with Hi-Five for 7+ years and now manages the Hi-Five Sports Zone. He graduated from the University of Dayton where he played golf and lacrosse. He then moved out to Arizona for several years where he taught golf at one of the premier golf courses.

DONELL THOMAS (Basketball Director)- This is Donnell’s 15th year with Hi-Five and he can’t wait to get back to action on the blacktops this summer. Donnell was an All-American at NIU and played several years of professional basketball in Spain and Israel and earned MVP awards throughout his career. Donnell works with 100s of kids year round with Hi-Five Jr. NBA and is the director/partner of ALL IN Raiders travel for 2nd-4th graders.

NEW TO THE TEAM- ZACH MONAGHAN (Station Head) -Zach graduated from Fremd High school in 2011. Zach played Division 1 basketball at South Dakota State and played in the NCAA Tourney in 2012. Zach transferred to Minnesota State where he was an All-American, moved on to play in Spain from 2015-2019. Zach spent many years at Hi-Five as a child and is excite to be a part of camp this summer!

NEW TO THE TEAM- ANTWON JOHNSON (Station Head) – Antwon has been working with Hi-Five for about a year now. We are thrilled to have him with us this summer as one of our Directors. Antwon and his wife Kyra, son Myhkia, Kentrell, Malik, and daughter Karia currently live in Des Plains. Antwon’s biggest passion is basketball and making sure kids prosper in any of their interests! Antwon works with 100’s of kids every week at the Hi-Five Sports Zone Northbrook Court and coaches travel basketball for the Glenview Jr. Titans and ALL IN Athletics.

We Are Sports Nuts
And Qualified Ones At That!

Just like our campers, we eat, sleep and breathe sports. Our staff is filled with professional coaches, high school and college athletes, as well as experienced P.E. teachers who promote the fundamentals through personalized instruction and positive reinforcement – all this while always maintaining a sense of humor! And no matter the skill level of the child, the goal remains the same: to have a great time, while learning the value of teamwork and good sportsmanship. All of which results in a positive, self-esteem building experience. And Hi-Five isn’t new at this. We’ve been serving families since 1991 at our Northfield campus. Along with our Chicago campus, we provide safe, cutting-edge, skill-developing programs, such as Hi-Five Hoops, NFL Flag Football, Lil’ Kickers, and more!

Hi-Five Sports Camp “A Day At A Glance”

2020 Camp Calendar

— Camp Structure —

CAMP RUNS MONDAY – FRIDAY (9:00 AM – 3:00 PM)
The Hi-Five Sports Club is thrilled to present our 29th summer of Outdoor sports camp at Christian Heritage Academy in Northfield. Our experienced, patient, and passionate coaching staff will divide the campers into balanced teams. Once given their team, your child will then learn about, and compete in a wide variety of sports including: basketball, baseball, football, volleyball, floor hockey, soccer, lacrosse, and more! READ OUR BROCHURE & SEE OUR TYPICAL DAY SAMPLE – SEE BELOW

8:45 AM – 9:05 AM PRE-CAMP FREE TIME
Check in time! This is the time of day your child arrives at camp. During this time you can ask our staff about any questions/concerns you may have. Music is playing from the tent and campers enjoy free-time playing on our “Fields of Dreams”.

9:00 AM – 9:20 AM – TEAM FLAG AREA
Campers line up with their team and converse with their coaches. The camp director makes the morning announcements. This is the time we also give away some prizes and introduce the theme of the day.

9:20 AM – 11:15 AM
Practice Station 1(Our dedicated Coaches, Directors, and Station Heads work on developing and improving upon important skills needed to master every sport they play!) ; Division Games 1, 2, & 3 (Put those skills to the test! Strap up and let’s go, this is when our teams face off and compete to get to the top of Standings Board. Don’t forget to have good sportsmanship to gain even more points for each game!)

11:20 AM – 11: 45 AM
Lunch rotation begins; Game 4 for the older campers begins

11:50 AM – 12:15 PM
Older Campers Begin Lunch, Early lunch rotation comes out for Game 4

12:20 PM – 1:25 PM
Divisional Games 5 & 6

1:30 PM – 2:10 PM
All Camp Activity (Ex: Olympics Week Tug Of War, Amazing Race, Chance of a lifetime, and much more!)

2:15 PM – 2:40 PM – OPTIONAL ACTIVITIES
Each Division is given a few options as to what games and sports available, than, THEY MAKE THE CALL!

(Ex: D1: Knockout @ Basketball 1 or Hockey @ Hockey 1)

(Ex: D2: Football @ Football 1 or Capture the Flag)

(Ex: D3: Soccer @ Soccer 1 or Tennis Baseball @ Baseball 2)

Optional Swimming on Tuesdays and Thursday (If weather permits)

2:45 PM – 3:00 PM – TEAM FLAG AREA
Campers assemble in team lines. The camp director will announce some of the daily highlights. This is the time we also have a few fun Hi-Five contests.

3:00 PM – 5:30 PM
Camp after-care is available.

Hi-Five Sports Camp can be used as a childcare tax credit. Contact us for our tax ID number so this credit can be applied. Be sure to contact your accountant/financial advisor for more information. Deposits/Payments are non refundable after January 13.


Summer Pricing

SUMMER CAMP WEEKLY RATE
1 Week Package: $600
2 Week Package: $1200
3 Week Package: $1650
4 Week Package: $2100
5 Week Package: $2300
6 Week Package: $2600
7 Week Package: $2850
8 Week Package: $3200

C.I.T Program (8th-9th Grade) 50% of fees

SUMMER CAMP TRANSPORTATION WEEKLY RATE
Bus Per Session Package: $265 Per session

Available Weekly Programs

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