Summer Programs  
Join Higley Unified School District's Community Education Department this summer for fun-filled activities, including summer camp, enrichment classes, and sports camps. High school students can also enroll in summer school for grade replacement or credit recovery.
Registration is under way for all these activities. See the list below for links to more information.

Summer Camp: This program is for students in preschool through sixth grade. Camp includes field trips to Hamilton Aquatic Center, Harkins Movie Theater and special attractions like Spectrum Laser Tag and more. The program will run 6 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday through Friday, June 6 to July 15 (no camp July 4). It will be held at Gateway Pointe Elementary School. Cost is $40 a day and includes afternoon snack.
New families may do in-person registration at the Community Education office, 1100 S. Recker Road, on the west side of Cooley Middle School.
Current families may register online today.
Families not currently registered for Kids Club will need to complete a registration packet and deliver it to the Community Education Office, 1100 S. Recker Road, on the west side of the Cooley Middle School Campus. Families may request a packet by e-mailing to complete it ahead of time or they may fill it out in the office.

Enrichment Classes: Choose one or more of our enrichment classes produced by Higley staff members. Students can learn about robotics, cooking, band and more. Schedules vary. Options available for students in kindergarten through eighth grade.

Sports Camps: Both Higley High and Williams Field High will host summer sports camps for a number of different programs, including basketball, wrestling, dance, cheer and football. Check out the options on our website. Programs available for elementary through high school students.

Summer School: High school students need counselor permission to register for a summer school class. See the options available on our webpage.