Dungeons & Dragons

Beginner and Advanced Camps


Camp Sessions
Intermediate Camp
June 17-21 | 9:00 a.m.-3:00 p.m.

Advanced Camp
Week 1: June 24-28 | 9:00 a.m.-3:00 p.m.
Week 2: July 29-August 2 | 
9:00 a.m.-3:00 p.m.


10-14 years-old


  • Day Camp Cost: $445 - includes supply fee
    Early bird registration 


Beginner Camp
This exciting camp is designed to teach kids how to play Dungeons & Dragons ® (D&D). Originating in 1974 and now in its fifth edition, D&D is regularly billed as the “world’s oldest roleplaying game.” In this class, a small group of students will learn how to play D&D with an experienced instructor. Students will be provided with everything they need.  Spaces at D&D camp are extremely limited, so we encourage you to sign up today.

Students will learn the roleplaying game (RPG) hobby by playing. They will begin with pre-generated characters to learn the basics of D&D in a short scenario. After the intro game, students will make their own characters, studying elements of characterization in literature. They will select a miniature figure to represent their character and will paint it so it’s unique for them. After this, they will work with the instructor to develop their character’s starting statistics. The rest of the week will be spent on a multi-session adventure in which the party will work together to achieve a common goal and learn to design their own adventures, studying plot structure and dramatic conflicts.

Advanced Camp
This camp is for students familiar with the basic rules and gameplay of Dungeons and Dragons 5th edition. We will create characters and run through an adventure over the week, taking our characters from levels 1-5.  We will also practice social and dramatic role-playing skills. Students will be provided with everything they need to play.  Spaces at D&D camp are extremely limited, so we encourage you to sign up today.

What to bring

  • Lunch can be brought from home in a cooler, or a lunch plan is available for purchase two weeks before the start of camp
  • Full water bottle with camper's name on it

Joseph Cabigas
Camp Director:
Thomas Kolar

Thomas Kolar has been a Religion teacher at Our Lady of Good Counsel High School for twelve years and has been running Dungeons and Dragons for most of his life.  He is the moderator of the OLGC Tabletop Club and has several years facilitating games for his children and other younger players.

Questions? Contact Tom Kolar via email: tkolar2@olgchs.org.