at Hazel wolf K-8 AND Thornton Creek Elementary
Hall of Fame Team Camp After-School Enrichment program provides exciting, active, after-school classes that provide local school communities with quality activities both kids and caregivers love! Kids get ACTIVE and engaged with Hall of Fame Team Camp’s varied programming filled with exciting games, classes and activities!
2:15-3:30 (1:15-2:30 at TCE)
EARLY RELEASE CLASS
3:30-4:45 (2:30-3:45 at TCE)
4:45-5:45 (3:45-4:45 at TCE) SECOND CLASS
Pricing + Registration
Pay for one or more after-school classes, or buy an "Enrichment Pass" for access to all 5 schools days - most classes* - for the whole session!
HOFTC campers play creative games, such as Gaga Ball, 6-Square-In-The-Air, Benchball, Tchoukball, Ultimate Handball, wacky relays, nail-biting tournaments and more! Enjoy popular activities like Lego-Mania, Arts & Crafts or Pokémon Club. Partner-led classes provide additional offerings, including Art Classes, Dance Fitness, Kids' Carpentry, Chess Club, and Music Classes.
Dates: September 7th - October 28th
Non School Days: October 14
Registration Opens August 19
Dates: October 31 - December 16
Non School Days: November 11 & 21-25
Registration Opens October 3
Dates: January 3 - February 17
Non School Days: January 16 & February 2
Registration Opens December 5
Dates: February 27 - April 28
Non School Days: April 10-14 (Spring Break)
Registration Opens January 30
Dates: May 1 - June 26
Non School Days: May 29 & June 19
Registration Opens April 3
PRICING & Registration
Buy A Pass
Buy an "Enrichment Pass"
for $999 for the entire Session.
Includes all 5 days, all class times, and all partner-led classes.
Good for all the weeks in one session (no session rollover)!
Buy a Class
We offer a great variety of classes for you to choose from! Pick a class or classes that your child will enjoy and sign up!
Listed price is for the entire session. View the current session flyer for schedule and pricing.
There is no after-school enrichment classes on non-school days.
Not all activities will be offered for all ages in every session.
Unless otherwise indicated, all ages are welcome to join any class. Kids will be divided into appropriate age groups daily.
Pricing by class type and time varies, as detailed in the current offerings.
Note: Partner-led classes are typically sold at a higher price than HOFTC-led classes.
Hall of Fame Team Camp
Hazel wolf K-8 and Thornton Creek Elementary Class Descriptions
Classes vary by-session. Be sure to view the current Session Flyer for lineup and class times!
Choose Your Own Adventure
In a low counselor-to-camper ratio setting (generally 1:3), campers may choose to participate in active, social, or quiet/academic time.
Active: To get the extra wiggles out, counselors will lead fun, physical games catered specifically to the unique campers in attendance.
Social: Campers will enjoy board, card, and other interactive games such as poison dart frog, scavenger hunts, and much more, with our awesome counselors.
Quiet/Academic: A quiet space is provided for campers to get a head start on homework for the night or sharpen academic skills with materials provided by Hall of Fame Team Camp and the guidance of a counselor.
Let your imagination run wild with our growing collection of Legos! Each week, kids will choose one or two building challenges from our huge book of Lego ideas and also have time for their own creations.
Hip Hop Kids Dance Fitness
PARTNER: Seattle Dance Fitness — Hip Hop Kids Dance Fitness® classes (aka. Hip Hop Kids) feature kid-friendly routines based on original hip hop and pop choreography. We break down the steps and add games and other activities into the class structure. Plenty of time to FREESTYLE too! Think of this class as a weekly after school DANCE PARTY! Hip Hop Kids helps to develop a healthy lifestyle and incorporate fitness as a natural part of children’s lives by making fitness fun! Classes incorporate key childhood development elements like leadership, respect, teamwork, confidence, self-esteem, memory, creativity, coordination, and cultural awareness.
Participate in clinic-style training with a former NCAA Division I volleyball player and coach. Beginners will learn the fundamentals of passing, setting, attacking, serving, and digging, while more seasoned players will sharpen these skills through active and fun drills! Campers will be separated by age, receiving both small group and one-on-one instruction.
PARTNER: Kids' Carpentry Seattle — Kids' Carpentry is a hands-on toy building experience designed to teach kids ages practical woodworking skills with an emphasis on the safe use of hand tools. While kids construct fun and exciting projects they are also empowered to become independent thinkers- building confidence, self-esteem, and a repertoire of practical skills that will last them a lifetime. At the end of the session kids will bring home one or more wooden games or toys that they have built by hand from scratch.
PARTNER: Kids' Carpentry Seattle — Cardboard Engineering teaches kid basic cardboard manipulation, utilizing the MakeDo Cardboard Engineering System, to create feats of engineering. Each week the instructor will walk kids through a new and exciting project from a selection of toys, games, costumes, and decorations, all made completely from discarded cardboard. At the end of the session, kids will have a chance to design their own projects, learning about what it takes to turn ideas into objects. Class provided by Kids’ Carpentry Seattle.
Recreational Can’t get enough Gaga Ball? Play for over an hour straight! We’ll help newcomers to the game learn the ropes and improve their skills. It’s also a fun social and physical outlet for less-competitive kids.
Competitive This is THE class for kids who already know and love Gaga Ball, and who want to get their competitive juices flowing with weekly team and individual tournaments.
Arts and Crafts
Join our creative counselors and friends in your age group for a new art or craft project each week! Projects will be determined by age. Some projects you might do are: making friendship bracelets and lanyards, tie-dyes, collages, play-doh sculptures, drawing your own comics, making your own puppets and then writing and performing a skit with them…
Art With Heart Class
PARTNER: Art with Heart Classes — This is not your ordinary art class! In this class, your child's creativity will be ignited and their imaginations stretched, while learning and executing art skills and techniques, in a safe space where deep concepts of self-respect, emotional intelligence and acceptance will be gently discussed. During each class, a picture book with a social-emotional intelligence emphasis will be read, and the illustrations will serve as the inspiration for the art projects. We will be using a variety of art mediums, including fun mixed media projects!
Learn and play the Pokémon Trading Card Game! In this class, beginners will learn rules and strategies for building a Pokémon deck and enjoy basic instruction on setting up, attacking, using energy, evolving your Pokémon, and more. Seasoned players are also welcome to join, play, and share expertise in this fun and collaborative after-school club!
PARTNER: Code.org — An introduction to basic coding for elementary-aged campers to learn computer science fundamentals through fun, engaging, and interactive online exercises and games. Students will complete a different “Hour of Code” activity from code.org each week. In addition, they’ll have a chance to work at their own pace – both in class and at home – in code.org's Express or Pre-Reader Express course. This class will take place in the HW computer lab. Headphones recommended.
Hall of fame games: whiffleball / ultimate handball
Calling all big kids who love to play and compete! Join Kevin after school to play some Hall of Fame Team Camp classics. Fair teams will be made, games will be refereed, scores will be kept, and good sportspersonship will be celebrated. In this session, we’ll be playing both Whiffle Ball and Ultimate Handball each Thursday!
Join us in listening to, discussing, and celebrating a new book each session! We’ll provide copies of the book to each participant, and at each weekly meeting students will follow along as we listen to sections of the audiobook. Campers will also engage in fun book-themed activities. Each session's book will be announced on that session's Description of Classes. Participants are expected to read a few chapters of the book on their own each week.
PARTNER: Orangutan Chess Academy.org Chess Club is a community for new and experienced students to learn and play together. We will review how to setup and play a game, checkmate patterns, chess tricks and traps (tactics), and how to start a game (openings). Participants will receive a ChessKid account to have 24/7 access to chess puzzles, lessons, and games! All students who train in Chess Club will automatically become student coaches for the following school year’s Chess Club! Class provided by Cary "Coach Ray" Easterday, Owner and Instructor, Orangutan Chess Academy.