Summer Sports Camps for Kids

Summer Sports Camps for Kids

Click Here to Register Online

  1. Click on Register for College for Kids
  2. Next to Course Code Number type in: CAMP
  3. Select the camp you want, then register and pay for your child

You can also print and mail a registration form.

For more information please call Corporate and Community Education:
217-477-0604 or the DACC Athletic Dept. 217-443-8807

Co-ed Basketball Camp
June 6-10 from 9-Noon

For students entering grades 4th-6th. There will be individual instruction in the techniques of offense and defense at all positions. Instruction on shooting, passing, defense, dribbling, and teamwork will be emphasized.  Campers will receive a t-shirt, prizes for contests, and certificate of completion.
Cost $50

Co-ed Basketball Camp
June 13-17 from 9-Noon

For students entering grades 7th-12th. Learn all fundamentals of basketball: including shooting, passing, defense, dribbling, rules of the game, and good sportsmanship.  Campers will receive a t-shirt, prizes for contests, and certificate of completion.
Cost $50

Sports Media Camp – Celebrating 20 Years this Summer 

June 20-24 from 1-4pm
Participants will be instructed by members of the Neuhoff Media staff including sports announcers from WDAN. Instruction will consist of interviewing, play-by-play, sports writing, video editing, public address announcing, TV studio work and even a special field trip. Participants will get two nights of broadcast experience at Danville Stadium. This is a nationally recognized summer program that has taught future broadcasters, writers and sports media professionals for the past 20 years. The camp is for boys and girls entering grades 7th-12th.
Cost: $65

Call the Athletic Department for More Information—217-443-8807

DACC Sport Camps
Sponsored by DACC Athletics

About the coach:

Head Coach DaJuan Gouard just completed his 3rd season at the helm of the Men's basketball program. Coach Gouard led the Jaguars to an 24-8 record this season while climbing the top 25 national poll on four separate occasions. Previously he played NCAA Division I basketball and then continued with a professional basketball career. He has worked/directed camps throughout the Midwest and Internationally for over 15 years.








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