Camp & Clinic Director Margaret Howe and staff lead the longest running Swim Camp Program in Rhode Island history. Campers (Ages 8 & older) will receive extensive stroke, start and turn work in a fun and motivating environment. In addition to pool workouts, dryland and classroom sessions are held. Swimmers must have previous competitive swim experience (at least one season on a swim team). Camp & Clinic Director, Margaret Howe, Assistant Coach, Providence College. The Camp Staff brings many years of college, age group and club coaching experience to the camp setting.
Check-In & Pick-Up Times: Campers will have the opportunity to train and use state of the art facilities at Providence College and should arrive between 8:00-8:30 AM. They will be available for pick-up at 3:15-3:30 PM.
What to Bring: Campers can bring a lunch each day or money to purchase one in the Dining Hall at Providence.
Medical Information: Parents and / or Guardians must make sure each camper has passed a physical examination within one year of attending our camp. Each camper is covered by a group accident policy, which supplements a claim beyond personal insurance only. Camp medical and waiver forms must be returned no later than June 1st or July 15th
Questions: Please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call the swim office at 401.865.2268.
This camp is not owned or operated by Providence College.