Stay engaged this summer! Heritage Hall's Summer at The Hall offers a wide variety of camps, including: 

  • Early childhood enrichment
  • Enrichment and education
  • Third-party enrollment
  • Review and preview
  • Technology and videography
  • Courses for credit (Middle and Upper School)
  • Sports and fitness
Summer at the Hall is open to the public. Click the links below for course descriptions and registration information.



British Soccer Camp (Session 1)
Ages 6-8, levels will be divided · British Soccer Coaches
June 17-21, 9:00 am-12:00 pm, field north of baseball field by 122nd St. entrance

British Soccer Camp (Session 2)
Ages 9-12, levels will be divided · British Soccer Coaches
June 17-21, 9:00 am-12:00 pm, field north of baseball field by 122nd St. entrance

Register before May 7 to receive a free replica soccer jersey; $10 late fee after June 7.

Enroll directly at Challenger Sports.

Each camp will emphasize agility, balance, and coordination. Drills and practices are designed to improve individual ball control, foot skills, technical drills, and core techniques. Skills are taught within a framework of character development based on respect, responsibility, integrity, leadership, and sportsmanship. The coaching staff is selected and trained in the UK exclusively to work in this dynamic camp.

Bring labeled water bottle, sunscreen, shin guards, and a soccer ball. Each camper will receive a T-shirt, new soccer ball, player evaluation form, action poster, and online coaching resources.


Enroll directly at Active Learning Services or 888.652.4377

Chess Camp
Grades 1-12, Introductory to Advanced
June 3-7 or July 15-19, 9 am-4 pm
Half Day $275; Full Day $445, Upper School Reynolds Common

USA Chess is the largest and premier chess camp organizer for children in the U.S. Campers receive instruction and play in a fun-filled environment designed to improve the skills of the casual or competitive player. Includes T-shirt, trophy, certificate with photo, and take-home chess set. 


Video Game Creation Camps
Active Learning Services’ video game creation camps offer programs using our custom designed curriculum that allow campers to use their creativity as they learn to program a video game using step-by-step instructions while learning about the history of game design, design concepts, game styles, and more! No prerequisites required.

All video creation programs are half-day programs that can be combined with an additional Active Learning Services offering to make a full day camp.
June 3-7 or July 15-19, Meet in Upper School Reynolds Common

Half Day Session: Morning (9 am-12 pm), Afternoon (1-4 pm)  $315
Full Day Session: All Day (9 am-4 pm)  $510
Half Day Chess plus Half Day Video Games: (9 am-4 pm) $485

Video Game Creation-Arcade Style (Pac Man and Asteroids Style)
Grades 1-9  Introductory - Intermediate

The Arcade course is a program where the game that is created has action for each level all on one screen similar to Centipede, Asteroids, or Pac Man. The main character (which the children create) can be anything. Other characters (enemies) pursue the main character from off the screen or move about the screen. Options are endless and children create level after level for a full week of fun. This is a half-day program. 

Kudo Video Game Creation (Mario Go-Kart Style)
Ages 7-16, Introductory to Intermediate

Children will create something similar to a Mario Go-Kart style game. Campers begin by designing their own world. Next they place characters into the world and program them to move about, interacting with other characters. They can program characters to pick up objects, engage opponents, and overcome villains. Whether it is collecting enough diamonds before time expires, navigating through the challenging obstacle course, or racing against a friend, they are sure to have fun! This is a half-day program. 

Kudo Video Game Creation (Adventure Style)
Ages 7-16, Introductory to Intermediate

Children will have the option of learning how to program using a Microsoft Xbox controller! Students will create their own cool custom world and navigate through it. Within this world they will create tasks that need to be completed in order to progress to the next level. Some of those tasks include escaping a sewer maze, survival mode, outwitting rivals, creating decoys and collecting bonus items, all while having fun! Xbox controller is optional and supplied by the student. This is a half-day program.

Modding, Networking and Hosting with Minecraft
Ages 8–13

Minecraft is hugely popular because it’s collaborative, open-ended, and moddable. The week begins with learning the game, controls, recipes, and a bit about hosting and networking. Next campers are connecting to different worlds hosted on our secure server and experimenting with character skins, mods, and custom maps. By day three, kids are building in the Active Learning World that grows over time. Whether adding a room, building a moat, or even creating a chessboard, the possibilities are nearly limitless. This is a half-day program.


List of 2 members.

  • Photo of Courtney Pryor

    Courtney Pryor 

    Summer Program Director
    University of Oklahoma - BS
  • Photo of Christian Gfeller

    Christian Gfeller 

    Associate Athletic Director, Director of P.E., Summer Program Director
    University of Central Oklahoma - M.Ed.
    University of Central Oklahoma - B.S.