Sunnyslope High School

35 W. Dunlap Ave., Phoenix, AZ, 85020
Central and Dunlap

Dates - May 29th - July 27th, No camp Wednesday, July 3rd
An amazing campus with beautiful fields, air-conditioned gyms, classrooms, and a cafeteria! We love the access to all the awesome indoor facilities.

Sunnyslope Drop Off and Pick Up

Pull into the East parking lot at Sunnyslope High School. Go to the back of the parking lot towards the football field. The camp check-in is located in the gym on the right hand side toward the end of the parking lot.

Every Monday morning, we ask all parents to park and walk their child into camp to meet the staff. All other mornings and every afternoon we provide a “kiss and go” drop off/pick up. The times of “kiss and go” are from 8:20-8:40am and 3:30-3:45.

If you arrive at any other time, please park and walk to the gym to pick up your camper. The camp phone number is 602-432-9937 if the group is not in the gym.

Half day campers will be picked up at 12:00pm at the drop off/pick up area.

Swimming Free Swim

  • Days of the week: Monday - Thursday afternoon
    • **NO swimming week of May 29th. The City of Phoenix pool is not opened during this weeks.
  • Location: City of Phoenix Sunnyslope Pool
    • Attached to the Sunnyslope campus. Campers and staff walk to and from swimming.
  • Safety: City lifeguards guard the pool. There will be Lifeguard Certified Hubbard staff on deck during swim time observing our campers even when city lifeguards are on duty. Additional Hubbard staff will be in the water watching the campers.
    • Swim Test: The city lifeguards administer a swim test. Campers must swim the width (about 20 yards) of the pool independently. Campers who do not pass the swim test will be given a life vest (US Coast Guard approved) to wear while swimming.
    • Sunnyslope Pool has a baby pool on site
Ryan Lemke

Sunnyslope - Ryan Lemke

Ryan Lemke joined Hubbard in 2016 and has been an amazing impact since he walked in. He is the director of the Sunnyslope location. His love for camp began at Catalina Island Camps in California, where he spent his college summers as the Lead Diver leading kayak, stand up paddleboard and snorkel expeditions. Ryan played collegiate baseball for two years at Elgin Community College outside of Chicago prior to graduating from Illinois State University in May 2015. Since his arrival in Arizona in July 2015, Ryan has been the Physical Education teacher at Mountain View Elementary School. He also coaches the 7th and 8th grade boys basketball team at Mountain View and is the Head Varsity Baseball Coach at Bourgade Catholic High School. Ryan will marry his fiancee’ next February. And of course, they met at camp.