Sterling House Community Center Get out and play with us this Spring!
Spring Sports Re-Mix
Players will get to experience a variety of sports, activities and games throughout the program. They will participate in activities appropriate for their age group that will keep them active, engaged, and having fun!
Wednesday Nights, May 5th-June 9th| 6 Weeks.
Grades K-2 – 5:30-6:15 pm
Grades 3-6 – 6:30-7:15 pm
At the Sterling House Back Field, $63
Summer Sports Re-Mix
Sterling House Community Center Sports Re-mix is back again this summer! Children will get to experience a variety of sports, activities and games throughout the week. Players will be active throughout the session. We will pick activities appropriate for their age group that will keep them engaged and having fun!
Flood Middle School Field (Outdoors only. Activities will be cancelled due to inclement weather with NO makeups)
Monday – Fridays 9am-12pm (8 Weeks)
Grades entering 1st-6th
Led by Athletic Director, Catherine Proto with all COVID policies and protocols followed.
Activities & sports offered include: Tennis, Agilities, Soccer, Pickleball, Street Hockey, Frisbee, Football, Tag & Field Games, Wiffleball, Kickball, Water Games.
Weeks Offered and Pricing:
Week 1: June 21-25 – $80
Week 2: June 28-July 2 – $80
Week 3: July 6-9 – $65 (4 Days) No class on Monday July 5th
Week 4: July 12-16 – $80
Week 5: July 26-30 – $80
Week 6: Aug 2-6 – $80
Week 7: Aug 9-13 – $80
Week 8: Aug 16-20 – $80
Girls Volleyball Camp
This clinic is for female players entering 6th – 10th Grade. Beginner and advanced players are welcome. Players will learn the fundamentals, skills, strategy, and positioning of Volleyball through drills and games. Located on the sand courts at Short Beach.
Kick Start Soccer (Elementary School 1st – 4th grade)
Teaching the game of soccer to first time players. This program is conceived, planned, organized, and run by youth for youth. Led by Stratford and Bunnell High School Soccer players, players entering 1st, 2nd, 3rd & 4th grade learn the basics of soccer while having fun. This program is not intended for advanced players.
Learn to Ride Program
Confidence will soar as kids learn how to ride a bike. Bike safety and riding techniques will also be covered. This program is for children learning to ride a bike for the first time.
Our first priority is the health and safety of our community. This program will follow all of the recommended state, federal, and local safety protocols to keep the children and staff safe. This program may be canceled due to inclement weather.
There are no make-up dates or refunds.
We have many opportunities for scholarships at SHCC. Please see below for the Program Scholarship Application, The Knepler Memorial Scholarship Fund, and the Patricia Grom Memorial Scholarship. For further information, go to: