Athletic Summer Camps


ATHLETIC SUMMER CAMPS

Notre Dame Preparatory School and Marist Academy’s youth summer camps will soon be here on campus. And this year, Notre Dame’s summer program is bigger and more diverse than ever before and parent/student interest is expected to be high. So it’s time now to sign up to ensure your children get a spot in the camp of their choice.

As one of the area’s most recognized programs, ND’s summer camps curriculum provides safe, fun, and skill-focused experiences for kids entering grades kindergarten through 12. This year’s lineup includes a wider variety of both athletic and academic camps. The program includes athletic camps in volleyball, soccer, football, basketball and tennis. Academic camps include sessions in art, college essay writing, math, debate and theatre. Camps range from two to five-and-a-half hours per day and offer instruction for all skill levels, from introductory to advanced. All camps are run by NDP faculty members or NDP coaches.

Notre Dame has been providing quality and fun-filled summer-camp experiences for more than 10 years and maintains a proven safety track record. Under the expert care of our camp coaches, kids not only learn individual, sport-oriented or creative skills, but also develop personally and socially, learning teamwork and building life skills through interaction with fellow campers.

Register now! Great camps get cancelled because too many parents wait until the last minute to register. Keep in mind our new cancellation policy – A fee of 50% of the camp cost will be assessed for any cancellations. No paper registrations accepted.

A WORD ON CONCUSSIONS
With increased awareness about the risks of concussions, Notre Dame Preparatory School and Marist Academy has chosen to follow the MHSAA concussion protocol for suspected head injuries that occur during our camps. We ask that all parents and participants review the information regarding concussions (Click here) prior to attending any of our camps. For more information, please contact the NDPMA athletic office at 248-373-9647.

Academic Summer Camps, please click here.

Baseball Junior Skills Camp
Age/Gender: Entering grades K – 8
Date/Time: July 10 – 12, 2018
9:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.
Fee: $75
About: Baseball Skills Camp teaches young players the fundamentals of the game. Those new to the sport will learn the skills of base running, fielding, throwing, catching, and hitting, while more experienced players will be challenged to further develop their competency in those areas. While great focus is paid to individual skill work, ample time is devoted to a variety of competitions. The Camp Director is our new Head Baseball coach Jason Gendreau (formerly Eisenhower HS), who will be joined by his staff. The entire staff, which will include current NDP players and coaches, is dedicated to challenging the campers to the best of their ability while they have lots of fun with old and new friends.
What to wear/bring: What to bring:  glove, bat, athletic shoes (no cleats) and a hat
Speed & Agility Camp
Age/Grade: Entering grades 6 – 8
Date/Time: June 20, 21, 27, 28, July 11, 12, 18, 19, 2018
2:00 – 3:00 p.m.
Fee: $25 each date, Buy 6 sessions, get two FREE
Where: Wroubel Center, gym, outdoors & sand courts
About: Students who attend this camp will work on all aspects of conditioning, including but not limited to speed training, agility, quickness, and anaerobic conditioning. This camp incorporates sprint mechanics and footwork as it relates to various cone, ladder, band and sprint drills, first step quickness and lateral movements. Students will be exposed to different resisted movements as well as basic agility and plyometrics. Great for sports that need high levels of conditioning like Soccer, Basketball, Lacrosse, etc. By using some of these techniques, some of the 2015 football players lowered their 40-yd dash & pro-agility and increased their vertical jump. This will also help soccer with improving pre-season testing results and in-season conditioning.
What to wear/bring: Athletic attire, shoes for indoor and outdoor, socks, water bottle, and a readiness to prepare for your upcoming season.Boys Basketball
Session 1
Age/Grade: Entering grades 4 – 7
Date/Time: June 25 – 28, 2018
1:00 – 4:00 p.m.
Fee: $100
Where: NDP main gym or GAC
Session 2
Age/Grade: Entering grades 8 – 9
Date/Time: June 25 – 28, 2018
4:00 – 7:00 p.m.
Fee: $100
Where: NDP main gym or GAC
About: The focus of the Notre Dame Prep boys basketball camp is to provide every participant the opportunity to develop his fundamental skills in ball handling, passing, dribbling, footwork and rebounding, as well as individual and team defense. We will accomplish this through a high-energy and challenging week of hard work. Additionally, it is our hope that with the assistance of our experienced teaching staff, all the young men attending NDP basketball camp will improve their conceptual understanding of the game. With a low staff-to-player ratio, we can guarantee each player individual attention throughout the week. We also look forward to each participant meeting and making new friends while having plenty of fun and enjoyment over the four days of camp.
What to wear/bring: Athletic attire, basketball shoes, socks and water bottle.

Girls Basketball
Session 1
Age/Grade: Entering grade 3-8
Date/Time: June 25 – 28, 2018
9:00 a.m. – noon
Fee: $100
Where: NDP main gym or GAC
Session 2
Age/Grade: Entering grade 9
Date/Time: June 25 – 28, 2018
1:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m.
Fee: $100
Where: NDP main gym or GAC
About: NDP girls basketball camp teaches young players the fundamentals of the game. Those new to the sport will learn the skills of ball handling, shooting, passing, rebounding and defense, while more experienced players will be challenged to further develop their competency in those areas. While great focus is paid to individual skill work, ample time is devoted to a variety of competitions. Running the camp is NDP coach Kathleen Offer, who played collegiately at Yale and has coached in the Fighting Irish program for nine years. The entire staff, which includes current NDP girls basketball players and coaches, is dedicated to challenging the campers to the best of their ability while they have lots of fun with old and new friends.
What to wear/bring: Athletic attire, basketball shoes, socks and water bottle.

Cheerleading

Session 1
Age/Grade: Entering grades K – 8
Date/Time: July 16 – 18, 2018
5:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m.
Fee: $100
Where: GAC
Session 2
Age/Grade: Entering grades K – 8
Date/Time: August 6 & 7, 2018
10:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.
Fee: $70
Where: GAC
About: Girls attending cheerleading camp will learn basic techniques for jumping, tumbling and stunting. They will be taught numerous chants and cheers, and also will have the opportunity to learn motion placement and execution. On the final day, the campers will hold a performance for parents and guests. Campers also will be invited to cheer at an NDP varsity football game during the 2017 season.Boys High School Football
Session 1 – Offensive Camp
Age/Grade: Entering grades 9 -12
Date/Time: June 18 – 21, 2018 (Rain date: June 22)

8:00 a.m. – 11:30 a.m.
Fee: $95
Where: William Kozyra Alumni Field and Wroubel Center
About: The Notre Dame offensive football camp will provide every athlete the opportunity to develop individual fundamental skills within the shotgun zone read offensive system. Our experienced coaching staff will work to help each and every player reach his individual potential. Throughout the camp individuals will develop an understanding of the no-huddle, up-tempo offensive attack.
What to wear/bring: Athletic attire, football cleats, socks, light snack and water bottle.
Session 2 – G/425 Defense Camp
Age/Grade: Entering grades 9 -12
Date/Time: June 25 – 28, 2018 (Rain date: June 29)
8:00 a.m. – 11:30 a.m.
Fee: $95
Where: William Kozyra Alumni Field and Wroubel Center
About: The Notre Dame Prep defensive football camp will provide every athlete the opportunity to develop individual fundamental skills within the eight-man front pressure defensive package.  Our experience coaching staff will work to help each and every player reach his individual potential. Throughout the camp individuals develop an understanding of how a pressure defense can limit an offense and control the tempo of the game.
What to wear/bring: Athletic attire, football cleats, socks, light snack and water bottle.Boys Youth Football
Age/Grade: Entering grades 4 – 8
Date/Time: July 23 – 26, 2018 (Rain Date: July 27)
5:30 p.m. – 7:30 p.m.
Fee: $75
Where: William Kozyra Alumni Field
About: At this three day non-contact camp, campers will learn from Notre Dame Coaches about the game of football. Campers will be placed in two different groups based on grade and experience to meet the competitive level of each athlete. Offensive and defensive instruction will include technique play for interior linemen, linebackers, offensive backs, and defensive backs. Campers will rotate through stations to provide an opportunity to experience various positions. The main emphasis of the camp is to learn football technique, make new friends, and have fun!
What to wear/bring: Athletic attire, gym shoes, football shoes, socks, and water bottle.

Hockey
Session 1 – Skills and Small Games
Age/Grade: Entering grades 8-12
Date/Time: June 26 – 28 from 6:45 – 7:45 p.m.
Fee: $100
Where: Troy Sports Center
About: Notre Dame Hockey coaches will conduct sessions in which players will take part in a variety of small games and battle drills that focus on skill work, puck movement, playing in tight spaces, and compete level.
What to wear/bring: Full Ice Hockey equipment is required to participate.
Session 2 – High School Main Camp

Age/Grade: Entering grades 8-12
Date/Time: July 9 – 12 from 6:45 – 8:15 p.m.
Fee: $200
Where: Troy Sports Center
About: Notre Dame Hockey coaches will conduct sessions that focus on a variety of skills necessary to play and succeed at the high school level. Participants will be put through drills that are high tempo, high intensity, and simulate a typical high school practice. Drills will focus on individual skill development as well as introducing team systems and concepts.
What to wear/bring: Full Ice Hockey equipment is required to participate.

For HOCKEY ONLY Please Register at the Following Link: NDP Hockey 2018 Summer Registration

Soccer: Co-Ed, Boys, Girls
Co-Ed – CANCELLED
Age/Grade: Entering grades 5 – 8

Date/Time: July 16 – 19, 2018 (Rain date: July 20)

4:00 – 6:00 p.m.
Fee: $85
Where: William Kozyra Alumni Field
Girls
Age/Grade: Entering grades 9 – 12 (8th graders may attend with special permission).
Date/Time: July 9 – 12, 2018 (Rain Date: July 13, 2018)
6:00 – 8:00 p.m.
Fee: $100
Where: William Kozyra Alumni Field
Boys
Age/Grade: Entering grades 9 – 12
Date/Time: July 16 – 19, 2018 (Rain date: July 20)
6:30 p.m. – 9:30 p.m.
Fee: $100
Where: William Kozyra Alumni Field
About: Players attending NDP soccer camp will be challenged to take their game to a higher level. Players can expect competitive mind-body workouts that will help them enhance technical skills, learn new strategies, problem-solve within the flow of play, and improve conditioning.
What to wear/bring: Athletic attire, soccer shoes, soccer socks, shin guards, any other necessary soccer equipment, towel and water bottle.Tennis Co-Ed
Session 1
Age/Grade: Entering grades 5 – 8
Date/Time: June 18 – 21, 2018 (Rain Date: June 22)
9:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.
Fee: $95
Where: NDP Tennis Courts
About: The NDP tennis camp will introduce the sport to newcomers, and provide further instruction to those who are experienced and want to compete at the high school level. The main goal of this camp is to help players improve their skills while learning tennis etiquette and good sportsmanship. The drills and exercises taught by current NDP coaches and players are both fun and useful for tennis and other sports.
What to wear/bring: Athletic attire, tennis shoes and socks, tennis racquet, towel and water bottle.

Volleyball
Session 1
Age/Grade: Entering grades 5 – 6
Date/Time: July 23 – July 26, 2018
8:30 a.m. – 11:30 a.m.
Fee: $100
Where: GAC
Session 2
Age/Grade: Entering grades 7 – 8
Date/Time: July 23  -July 26, 2018
8:30 a.m. – 11:30 a.m.
Fee: $100
Where: NDP Main Gym
Session 3 – CANCELLED
Age/Grade: Entering grades 1 – 4 (Advanced players can register for Session 1)
Date/Time: July 23 – 26, 2018
12:30 p.m. – 3:00 p.m.
Fee: $85
Where: GAC
Session 4
Age/Grade: Entering grades 9
Date/Time: July 23 – July 26, 2018
12:30 p.m. – 3:30 p.m.
Fee: $100
Where: NDP Main Gym
About: NDP volleyball camps are designed to provide girls an opportunity to improve their individual skills in an atmosphere that is challenging, intense and fun. Our experienced staff, including current NDP coaches and players, encourages all campers to work hard, learn new skills and make new friends. The 4th-8th grade sessions are designed to teach the fundamentals of the game. Some campers may be invited to move into another session to better serve their needs. The 9th grade session is designed to help players prepare for the transition to the high school level. Fundamentals and team concepts will be stressed. Campers should arrive 15 minutes early on the first day to check in. These camps often sell out, so please sign up early.
What to wear/bring: Athletic attire, indoor athletic shoes, socks, kneepads and water bottle.

SUMMER CAMP POLICIES

Refund/Cancellation Policy
100% refund/transfer if Notre Dame Preparatory School and Marist Academy (NDPMA) cancels program. Refund/transfer requests must be submitted in writing to the appropriate camp manager. Please note our new cancellation policy. A 50% fee of the cost of the camp shall be applied to an individual who cancels.

Non-Discrimination Policy
NDPMA does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, sexual orientation or disability in employment opportunities or the provision of service, programs or activities.

Lunches / Snacks
Where noted, each child is responsible for providing his/her own nutritious lunch/snack—including a drink—to camp daily. Refrigerators and microwaves are not available for camp use.

Clothes
Children should dress appropriately for camp. Play clothes that can get dirty, as well as sports-appropriate shoes and socks are required.

Photography Waiver
Pictures may be taken of your child while participating in summer camp activities and may be used for program publicity.

Basic Facility Rules
–     No unauthorized running inside facilities.
–     No cellphone usage by campers during sessions.
–     No foul and abusive language toward instructors or other campers.
–     No eating or drinking except in designated areas.
–     No toys, games, CD players or MP3s allowed in camps.
–     Return borrowed supplies at the end of the day.
–     Campers should not bring money with them unless given permission to do so. NDPMA staff and instructors are not responsible for money brought by campers.

Sick Children
If a camper is not feeling well enough to participate in the summer camp program, the camper should stay home. Any child who has the following symptoms within a 24-hour period is not permitted to attend the program: temperature over 100°; vomiting; diarrhea; eye irritation; sore throat; rash. If a child becomes sick while at camp, the child’s parent/guardian will be asked to pick up his/her child. If the parent/guardian cannot be reached, the emergency contact will be called.

Drop-off and Pick-up
Parents/guardians are required to physically enter the camp facility to pick up/drop off. If someone other than the child’s guardian will be picking him or her up, let the camp instructor know in writing that morning.

Lost Items
NDPMA is not responsible for any personal items lost or stolen at our camps. Lockers will be available, but participants should bring a lock if they wish to secure items.

Discipline Policy
NDPMA staff are dedicated to a discipline policy that is neither humiliating nor degrading. The school reserves the right to remove a child from the program at any time. If a child continues to break the rules after repeated warnings the parent/guardian will be asked to meet with the child’s instructor to discuss other ways to help guide their child toward positive behavior. The program reserves the right to dismiss any child from the program who is harmful or a threat to the well being of other children or staff.

Contact Information:
Athletic Summer Camp Information: Maureen Radulski, mradulski@ndpma.org 248-373-9647
Academic Summer Camp Information: Academic Summer Camp Information: Corey Porterfield, cporterfield@ndpma.org or 248-373-1061

Academic Summer Camps, please click here.

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