The summer months offer several opportunities for students to work and play together on and off of campus. The listings below are a sample of programs that may be offered. Program details for summer 2020 programs will be posted as available.
WARRIOR Strength & Conditioning camp
WHO: All students who have completed 4th grade or above (Boys and Girls)
Students not associated with Woodlands Christian are welcome
WHEN: 8 weeks of strength and conditioning camp for High School and Middle School Athletes.
Middle School Session (Grades 5-8) 8:00am-9:30am
High School Session (Grades 9-12) 9:30am-11:30am
Week 1: June 1-3 and June 5
Week 2: June 8-11
Week 3: June 15-18
Week 4: June 22-25
Week 5: June 29-July 2
Week 6: July 6-9
Week 7: July 13-16
Week 8: July 20-23
WHERE: The Woodlands Christian Academy
COST: $200.00 Warrior Strength Membership.This one-time membership may not be prorated.
ABOUT: Warrior Strength is a premier athletic performance camp held at The Woodlands Christian Academy. Warrior Strength is not sports-specific and designed to increase power, speed, and agility; injury prevention is also stressed.
We begin each day by feeding the soul and spirit of the athlete. The coaches strive to motivate each athlete to use his/her body for God’s glory. Proper nutrition, principles of rest and hydration are emphasized daily.
STAFF: Warrior Strength is staffed by Woodlands Christian coaches with backgrounds in many different sports and disciplines. Coach Tim Walker, Head Strength & Conditioning Coach, is the lead instructor of the program.
COVID-19 ACCOMMODATIONS: Woodlands Christian is committed to fighting the spread of covid-19 by utilizing best practices pertaining to social distancing, logistics on campus, and cleanliness. Woodlands Christian has been closely following guidelines set forth by Texas Association of Private and Parochial Schools, the University Interscholastic League, and the Texas Education Agency. For this reason, the following mandates must be practiced by all participants in Warrior Strength:
1) All participants must bring their own hydration to Warrior Strength. TWCA will provide NO water bottles or hydration stations.
2) All participants must practice social distancing as prescribed. This includes six feet when not exercising and ten feet when exercising. Drills and routines at Warrior Strength will be designed with those minimum distances in mind.
3) Students may arrive dressed for workout no earlier than 15 minutes prior to the start of Warrior Strength. All students will enter the gate by the Nehemiah building. All students will be pre-screened each day by our certified medical athletic trainer. This will include basic health questions.
4) At the conclusion of each session, students will leave through the gate near the Timothy building. Parents picking up their students should arrive promptly at the pickup times (9:30 a.m. for middle school and 11:00 a.m. for high school)
5) Students should try to use the restroom prior to leaving home. The only restroom facilities open to students are those in the SLC lobby. Locker-rooms are NOT open for student use. Students should not enter any other building on campus not being used for Warrior Strength.
6) Warrior Strength will be limited to a minimum of 1 coach to every 20 students and no more than 25% indoor facilities capacity for all workouts until otherwise specified by state organizations.
7) Hand sanitizing stations will be present at each indoor facility for use by students before and during workouts.
8) All equipment must be sanitized after use and supervised by the licensed medical trainer.
9) All athletes participating in Warrior Strength MUST COMPLETE the Warrior Strength Waiver and Medical History form. These forms must be signed by the parent/guardian and turned in to the athletic trainer prior to their first workout.
10) It is best practice that all student athletes have completed a sports medical physical in the last 12 months prior to athletic participation. At this time, covid-19 has made this incredibly difficult. Therefore, students who have had a physical from the 2019-20 school year will be covered for this summer. Those who have not had physical should try to get theirs the first few weeks of June. Our athletic trainer, Karson Fore, can give you information regarding where to get a sports physical.
For additional information contact Athletic Director, Randy Hollas