Hillsdale College to Host 2022 Junior Olympic Development Camps: Skeet & Trap

HILLSDALE, Mich. — The John A. Halter Shooting Sports Education Center will host two Junior Olympic Development Camps. The first, a Skeet and Bunker Trap Camp, will run from June 12-16. The second, focused on Bunker Trap, will run from June 19-23. These camps are open to shotgun competitors between the ages of 12-20. Campers will receive instruction from current and former USA Shooting Olympians.


Skeet and Trap Camp: Sunday, June 12, to Thursday, June 16

Trap Camp: Sunday, June 19, to Thursday, June 23

The general daily schedule can be found on the USA Shooting Camps website:


Hillsdale College provides all transportation, housing, and meals for campers. Camps provide targets and ammunition, and participants are expected to bring

their own firearms.

Campers will attend a lecture on the Constitution from a Hillsdale College faculty member and receive a campus tour.

Campers will receive instruction from current and former USA Shooting Olympians. Additional information on the attending coaches can be

found here:


John A. Halter Shooting Sports Education Center

4390 Bankers Rd.

Hillsdale, MI


Media must RSVP to Emily Stack Davis at

About the John Anthony Halter Shooting Sports Education Center

The Halter Center is a state-of-the-art shooting facility located five miles from the Hillsdale College campus. Opened in 2008, the Center aims to introduce individuals to shooting sports and encourage interest across all levels of experience. The Halter Center also serves an educational purpose by promoting the principles of the Constitution and teaching beginner and experienced shooters in various classes. Home to Hillsdale College’s collegiate shooting teams, the Halter Center is also a resource for the public through camps, conferences, and other programming. For more information, visit

About Hillsdale College

Hillsdale College is an independent, nonsectarian, Christian liberal arts college located in southern Michigan. Founded in 1844, the College has built a national reputation through its classical liberal arts core curriculum and its principled refusal to accept federal or state taxpayer subsidies, even indirectly in the form of student grants or loans. It also conducts an outreach effort promoting civil and religious liberty, including a free monthly speech digest, Imprimis, with a circulation of more than 6.3 million. For more information, visit



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