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Come have fun learning aspects of dance and dance routines! The camp will conclude with a dance performance for family and friends! Arts and crafts will be part of the camp as well! The camp will be led by Kelly Norman, coach of the Bishop Dunne Falconettes Dance Team, and by the Falconettes themselves! 

June 12-14 (Monday – Wednesday) 
9:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.
Bishop Dunne Multi-Purpose Room 
Girls in Grades 1-8 a

Please register for Dance Camp using this link (not the general registration link):

Dance camp registration

Come out to play and learn about specific sports, exercise, strength and agility training, and nutrition in a fun, sports camp environment! Specific sports camps will be in the mornings led by Bishop Dunne coaches. Strength, agility, and conditioning education and training will take place in the afternoon led by Coach William Alvarez, owner of Edge Fitness 

Session 1: June 12 - 15 (Volleyball/Flag Football) $200
Session 2: June 20-22 (Basketball/Baseball/Softball) $175
Session 3: Jun 26 - 29 (Volleyball/Soccer) $200
All sessions include strength & conditioning from 9:00 - 11:00 a.m. You may choose  strength and conditioning only for $80/week

Students bring their own lunch. 

Session 1 (June 12-15) $200

9am –11am  
  • Boys and Girls grades 4-8
  • Sports Camp offered: Volleyball and Flag Football (choose 1)  
  • Boys and Girls Grades 4th-8th grade 

11am - 12 pm

  • Lunch (bring your own lunch)


  • Agility training

  • Open gym (campers play games/scrimmages in the sport)


  • Strength & Conditioning for Boys in 4th –12th grades (students will be placed in groups based upon grade level) 

  • Open gym for girls or early pick-up 


Session 2 (June 20-26) $175   (No camp on Monday, June 19-holiday)

9am –11am  

  • Sports Camp offered: Basketball and Baseball/Softball (choose 1)  
  • Boys and Girls Grades 4th-8th grade 

11 am-12pm

  • Lunch (bring your own lunch)

12:00pm - 2:00pm  

  • Agility training

  • Open gym (campers play games/scrimmages in the sport) 


Session 3 (June 26 - 29) $200


9am –11am  

  • Sports Camp offered: Volleyball and Soccer (choose 1)  

  • Boys and girls grades 4th-8th


  • Lunch (bring your own lunch)


  • Agility training 

  • Open gym (campers play games / scrimmages for the sport)



Come out and get some running in by working on speed, endurance, and agility training in a fun environment! 

Boys & Girls in Grades 5th-12th  


Cost: $40 per week or $100 for the month of June 

Tuesdays, Wednesdays, & Thursdays for the weeks of: 

6/13 - 6/15 

6/20 - 6/22 

6/27 - 6/29 

7/11 - 7/13 

7/18 - 7/20 



July 10-14 

Midsummer Madness (Boys and Girls grades 2-6)

  • Students will learn about acting, vocal work, stage combat, and improvisation as they focus on Shakespeare and his works. This camp culminates in a final performance at Shakespeare in the Park! 

Brave New World (Boys & Girls in grades 7-12 )

  • Students will learn about Shakespeare’s language, movement, vocal work, stage combat, and improvisation as they portray Shakespeare’s characters and prepare for their final performance at Shakespeare in the Park! 

Shakespeare Camp registration is done directly with the provider. Access the link here:

Shakespeare summer camp


Come learn and explore how religion and the Lord of the Ring series intersect! We will learn about JRR Tolkien, watch all three movies, discuss allegories, and talk about how the story of LOTR is related to the story of Christ. 

June 12-15 and June 20-22  
Boys and Girls in grades 8-12 



Participate in a variety of field trips around the DFW area to learn more about Dallas, Ft. Worth, and surrounding areas! Fee includes lunch for students at the locations we visit!  

June 20-22
8:30 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.
Boys and Girls in grades 5-8 
$75 per day or $200 for all three days (camp cost includes museum costs, transportation costs, chaperone costs, and lunch for students & chaperones) 

June 20: Explore Frisco!  

  • Visit the Video Game Museum, National Soccer Hall of Fame, and KidZania 

June 21: Explore Ft. Worth!  

  • Visit the Stockyards to take tours, see a cattle drive, and learn the history of Ft. Worth 

June 22: Explore Dallas!  

  • Visit the Perot Museum and the Dallas Aquarium in downtown Dallas. 



Please note, camp is held on-campus, however registration for these camps is done with the provider, not through Bishop Dunne's website. 


Dates: June 12-15
Times: Monday - Friday 1:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m 
Grades 6-12
Cost: $100
Instructors: Mr. Daniel Harrelson and Mr. Stephen Netsch
Musicians with at least one year of experience will rehearse various songs for a performance on Friday evening, while also reinforcing fundamentals on their instrument. Larger instruments, such as tubas, euphoniums, etc., may be borrowed from the school (a use agreement will be required). 


Dates: June 12-15
Times: Monday - Friday 9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
Cost: $100
Grades 4-8
Instructor: Mr. Daniel Harrelson
This camp is for young people that have little to no experience reading music or playing an instrument. At this camp, students will learn how to read rhythms and a music staff, while working to put on a special performance showcasing their work at the end of the week! Students will receive drumsticks for participating!



MUSIC READING:Understanding how to read all rhythms and meters in music.

June 12-15
9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. 
Grades 5-12 
Instructor: Mr. Netsch 
Students will learn how to count and read almost any rhythm that they can find in music. Students will explore the deeper concepts behind beats, notes, and time signatures. At the conclusion of this course, students will be able to examine music and figure out how to count the most complex of rhythms without the aid of their music teacher! Instruments and music are not needed for this session. All counting will be done vocally.