Dates - May 28th - July 26th. *Sunnyslope is not open week 10*
An amazing campus with beautiful fields, air-conditioned gyms, classrooms, and a cafeteria! We love the access to all the awesome indoor facilities.
Camp Office Number - Registration changes, charges, questions, information. 602-786-6789
Sunnyslope High School Camp Number - Answered by camp staff working on site, during camp hours only. 602-432-9937
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 outside the gym on the right hand side toward the end of the parking lot.
Every morning and afternoon, we provide a “kiss and go” drop off/pick up. “Kiss and go” is from 8:15-8:30am and 3:30-3:45. Simply pull up and we will welcome your campers! In the afternoon, parents should bring a sign with their campers name written on it to display in the windshield.
If you arrive at any other time, please park and call the camp phone. We will bring your camper out to you.
Half day campers are picked up at 12:00pm.
Campers will free swim Tuesday and Thursday afternoon, starting June 4th.
The campers walk through the Sunnyslope campus and enter the pool area as a group.
Our staff help administer the city swim test to campers who wish to swim without a life vest. 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. The pool does have a shallow pool for the less advanced swimmers.
Hubbard staff will be on deck and in the water with the campers.
City Lifeguards guard the pool at all times.
We are excited to have swimming as part of our programming this summer.
Scott joined Camp Hubbard in 2018. He had an immediate impact on the camp curriculum and themes. He brings wonderful experience to our camp environment. Scott was a collegiate wrestler for two years at Lincoln College in central Illinois prior to graduating from Illinois State University in December of 2008. He started his teaching carrier as a special education teacher at Dixon High School in Illinois. In 2014 Scott moved to Arizona to be the physical education teacher at San Carlos Elementary school. In 2016 he became the Physical Education middle school teacher at Kyrene Middle School. He has coached football, wresting, volleyball, track & field, and cross country. He loves being a part of the athletic environment and helping children learn to find a love for being active.