SBCUSD CAPS GOLF

Making hope happen through golf.

CAPS GOLF

2019 - 2020

San Bernardino City Unified School District’s Creative Before and After School programs for Success (CAPS) provides experiences that enhance each student’s academic, social, emotional and physical development.

The goal of the CAPS GOLF program is to introduce students to the positive aspects of playing golf, and the joys of hitting a golf ball. Additionally, the CAPS GOLF program provides devoted students the support and resources they need to develop into young golfers.

Golf at its core is a simple game of honor and integrity. CAPS GOLF uses the culture and traditions of playing golf to reinforce SBCUSD goals, to promote academic achievement, help students develop cooperative social skills, and to cultivate positive student behavior.

Weekly Schedules

CAPS GOLF sessions meet every other week on school campuses. Bonus sessions are awarded to students exceeding program goals.

Charlie Rotation

Mondays: Hunt Elementary, Del Vallejo Middle, Lincoln Elementary. Tuesdays: Serrano Middle, Bonnie Oehl Elementary. Wednesday: Shandin Hills Middle, Dominguez Elementary. Thursday: King Middle, Davidson Elementary. Fridays: Bonus Sessions.

Seymour Rotation

Mondays: Rio Vista Elementary, Inghram Elementary, Henry Elementary. Tuesdays: Curtis Middle, Cypress Elementary. Wednesday: Bonus Sessions. Thursday: Paakuma’ K-8. Fridays: Chavez Middle, Palm Elementary.

Shandin Hills Sunday Golf Outings

Every Sunday afternoon, CAPS GOLF students taking care of their responsibilities as young golfers at home and in school, can test their golf skills free of charge at Shandin Hills Golf Club.

Each week, golf equipment, practice range balls, green fees, and instruction are provided at no cost to all CAPS GOLF students

Parents and district staff are encouraged to join the students at the golf course.

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Upcoming Events

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Additional Program Information

Students must have parent permission to participate in the CAPS GOLF program. Use the form to the right to start the process. We will contact you to make sure your child is able to play.

CAPS GOLF is not available at all schools. But don’t worry. If there’s no program at your child’s school, let us know. We will do what we can to give them a chance to play golf.

CAPS GOLF has an Instructors, Guides, Tutors & Monitors program that offers a numbers of ways for you to get involved and help connect young SBCUSD students to golf.

So you don’t play golf? No worries. CAPS GOLF still needs your help. More important, helping students learn to play golf is a great way to learn yourself.

Are you a high school or college students looking for a fun way to get involved in the community? Let’s play some golf.

Sponsor a single student or adopt an entire program. The goal is to give every student that accepts their responsibilities as a young golfer the resources they need to continue their development.

Participation Request

Want to participate in the CAPS GOLF program? Use this form to let us know what you would like to do. Don't be shy. You can check more than one.