Sports Skills & Fitness School at KU

The Sports Skills & Fitness School at KU is designed to provide boys and girls with the opportunity to develop sports skills and a good physical fitness level. Experiences will be provided in individualized instructional environment with expert leadership and supervision. All children will be able to participate in the activities. Age groups range from 5-12 years old.

Sports Skills & Fitness School sessions include:

Session activities consist of a planned program that include tumbling, aquatics, soccer, tennis, physical fitness, softball, corporative games, tag games, rhythms, cup stacking, and parachute skills.

Schedule & Registration:

Register your child for a 2-week session that works best for your family's schedule:

  • Session 1: Summer 2018 session 1 will run M-F, June 4 to June 15. Sessions run 1:00 p.m. to 4:30 p.m.
  • Session 2: Summer 2018 session 2 will run M-F, June 18 to June 29. Sessions run 1:00 p.m. to 4:30 p.m.

Each session will have a cap of 100 participants. Children can register for one or both sessions up to the first day of the session(s).

Cost to Participate:

  • Reduced* Rate: $100 per child, per 2-week session;
  • Regular Rate: $200 per child, per 2-week session.

Cost to participate includes two t-shirts. *The David and Margaret Shirk Physical Education Programs Fund provides financial support for families and children to participate in the Sports Skills & Fitness School at a reduced rate. Future youth activity prices subject to change.

Register Online

Documents Required* For Registration:

Release of Liability | Photo/Video Release
*Participants can either upload each release on the online registration form, or bring hard copies of each release on the first day.

View the HSES Department event calendar for upcoming session dates.


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