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At Gold Crown Foundation, we put your child first. Our founding principles from 1986, that we still fulfill today, include filling voids in the community and proving affordable opportunities for youth participation. We are proud to prepare kids for the game of life, on and off the court, and inside and outside of the classroom. From youth sports to STEAM Camps, there are many enriching opportunities for your child to experience this summer.
38th Annual Denver Nuggets Hanzlik Hoops Camp (July 10 – 20)
This basketball camp is full of skill development, action, and tons of fun. Campers are divided onto courts at the 52,000 sq. ft. Gold Crown Field House based on their age and skill level. There is a 1:8 coach to camper ratio to ensure proper instruction is given. Campers will work mostly within their team and compete against other campers in their grade level. Camp format consists of skills and drills, contests, games, and a camp-wide tournament. Players have the opportunity to win multiple prizes throughout the week. Six sessions are offered over two weeks.
Summer Volleyball Camp (June 19 – 22)
Campers will focus on proper skill development and building their confidence. Camp format includes all aspects of the game, from passing, to setting, to footwork, and serving. The coaching staff is lively and heavily involved with players with a 1:8 coach to camper ratio. On the last day of camp, put all of your hard work and new skills together to compete in the camp wide tournament. Matching uniforms and creative team names are strongly encouraged!
Summer STEAM “STEM + the Arts” Camps (June – July)
This series features multiple camps, ranging from music production, robotics, creative environmental outlets, and Minecraft. Choose one or expand your skill set by attending multiple weeks. No prior experience is required to attend. Camps run at two locations (Lakewood and Edgewater) that both include state of the art professional equipment and guided instruction from our staff and guest experts. These camps also focus on the social and emotional development of teens using creative technologies. Campers can also pack a lunch and stay for Clubhouse hours, making it a full day event.
Camp scholarships and group discounts are available. Inquire on our website.