Summer Camps

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High School Football Camp - Offensive
This camp will provide every athlete the opportunity to develop individual fundamental skills within the shotgun zone read offensive system. Experienced staff will work to help each player reach his individual potential. Throughout the camp individuals will develop an understanding of the no-huddle, up-tempo offensive attack.
 
Camp will be led by Pat Fox who has been the head coach of the Fighting Irish since 2014. He was inducted into the Michigan High School Football Coaches Association in 2018 and has been voted five times as the regional coach of the year. Coach Fox is a widely sought-after speaker on nationwide and is a key contributor to both the Frank Glazier Mega Clinics and Championship Coaching Systems.
Age/Grade: Entering grades 9 -12  
Date/Time: June 15 – 17, 2020  8:30am – 11:30am  NEW DATES: JULY 20 - 23, 2020 8:30AM - 11:30AM
Fee: $95 Where: William Kozyra Alumni Field and Wroubel Center

What to wear/bring: Athletic attire, football cleats, socks, light snack and water bottle.

High School Football Camp - Defensive
This 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.
 
Camp will be led by Pat Fox who has been the head coach of the Fighting Irish since 2014. He was inducted into the Michigan High School Football Coaches Association in 2018 and has been voted five times as the regional coach of the year. Coach Fox is a widely sought-after speaker nationwide and is a key contributor to both the Frank Glazier Mega Clinics and Championship Coaching Systems.
Age/Grade: Entering grades 9 -12  
Date/Time: June 22 – 24, 2020  8:30am – 11:30am  NEW DATES: JULY 27 - 20, 2020, 8:30AM - 11:30AM
Fee: $95 Where: William Kozyra Alumni Field and Wroubel Center

What to wear/bring: Athletic attire, football cleats, socks, light snack and water bottle.

Youth Football Camp
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!
 
Camp will be led by Pat Fox who has been the head coach of the Fighting Irish since 2014. He was inducted into the Michigan High School Football Coaches Association in 2018 and has been voted five times as the regional coach of the year. Coach Fox is a widely sought-after speaker nationwide and is a key contributor to both the Frank Glazier Mega Clinics and Championship Coaching Systems.
Age/Grade: Entering grades 4 - 8  Date/Time: July 27 - 29, 2020  12:00pm - 3:00pm  Fee: $75 
Where: William Kozyra Alumni Field and Wroubel Center

What to wear/bring: Athletic attire, gym shoes, football shoes, socks, and water bottle.

 

High School Boys Soccer Camp
Players attending 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.
 
Coach Rob Suffredini has been the head boys coach for the Fighting Irish since 2015. His Notre Dame coaching career includes two district championships and two district coach of the year awards. This Notre Dame Harper Woods graduate played at the college level where he earned team MVP accolades. His almost 30 years of soccer coaching resume includes sending over 30 kids to play at the college level.
Age/Grade: Entering grades 9 -12  Date/Time: July 13 - 16, 2020  6:30pm - 9:00pm  Fee: $100  Where: William Kozyra Alumni Field 
What to wear/bring: Athletic attire, soccer shoes, soccer socks, shin guards, any other necessary soccer equipment, towel and water bottle.
 
High School Girls Soccer Camp
Players attending 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.
 
Coach Jim Stachura has coached the Fighting Irish girls team since 2010 and has earned countless accolades including one state championship, three regional titles and nine district championships. In addition, Coach Stachura has been named district coach of the year nine times, regional coach of the year three times, was named the MIHSSCA State coach of the year once and was a finalist for the USCAA National coach of the year in 2016.
Age/Grade: Entering grades 9 -12  Date/Time: July 20 - 23, 2020  6:00pm -8:00pm  Fee: $110  Where: William Kozyra Alumni Field 
What to wear/bring: Athletic attire, soccer shoes, soccer socks, shin guards, any other necessary soccer equipment, towel and water bottle.
 
Youth Soccer Camp
This camp is designed for boys and girls who want to learn and improve their fundamental soccer skills in an encouraging environment. Kids will be broken into groups by age and skill. Each camper will advance their learning in technique and soccer knowledge so they are ready for the next level. This camp is coached by Ruairi McGreevy who enters his second year as Notre Dame's middle school soccer coach. 
Age: 6 - 14 Date/Time: July 27 - 30, 2020  5:00pm - 8:00pm  Fee: $100  Where: William Kozyra Alumni Field 
What to wear/bring: Athletic attire, soccer shoes, soccer socks, shin guards, any other necessary soccer equipment, towel and water bottle.
 
Neighborhood Games Invade Notre Dame Camp - CANCELLED
This camp combines all of the classic backyard games into four full days of nonstop fun. Kids will play games like Dodge Ball, Newcombe (Nukum), Capture the Flag and Kickball on the impressive Notre Dame campus. Boys & girls will start the day with a dynamic warmup in the main gymnasium and move from venue to venue throughout the day experiencing William Kozyra Alumni Field, the sand volleyball courts, and the baseball field.
 
Keep your phones at home because campers will get a break from screen time as they practice the basic fundamentals of movement in each supervised game. In addition, kids will take turns in leadership positions and utilize good sportsmanship throughout the day. This camp is perfect for friends who want to play together, new students who want to meet classmates and/or friends who live in the community and want to check out Notre Dame. Your child is bound to be tired out after camp! 
 
Kids can choose to bring their own lunch or lunch will be provided for $5 cash per day. Kids may sign up as they check in each morning. An example of lunch might be two slices of pizza, a piece of fruit and a bottle of water. Lunch menus will be sent to parents prior to camp starting. Food delivery is highly discouraged, and kids may not leave campus.
Age: 8 - 12   Date/Time: June 15 - 18, 2020, 9:00am - 4:00pm  Fee: $190  Where: Various Notre Dame venues
What to wear/bring: Kids should come in athletic attire, including closed toe athletic type shoes. Each kid is encouraged to bring their own water bottle with their name labeled on it. Please leave valuables and electronic devices at home.
 
Cheer Camp

Five-time State Champion coach Beth Campbell will teach campers’ basic techniques for jumping, tumbling and stunting. In addition, kids will be taught numerous chants and cheers, and have the opportunity to learn motion placement and execution. On the final day, campers will hold a performance for parents and guests. Campers also will be invited to cheer at a Notre Dame varsity football game during the 2020 season. This camp is very popular, so don’t delay in registering. Participant spaces are limited.

Coach Campbell has been the Notre Dame coach since 2012 and has over 20 years of coaching experience. In 2014, she was named the state coach of the year and recently, the Competitive Cheer Coaches Association of Michigan inducted her into the Competitive Cheer Coaches Hall of Fame. Coach Campbell has been named district coach of the year nine times and regional coach of the year four times. She was honored as the D3 coach of the year in 2018.  Currently she serves as the Vice President of the Competitive Cheer Coaches Association of Michigan.
Session 1: Age/Grade: Entering grades K – 8  Date/Time: June 15 – 17, 2020  5:00pm - 7:00pm  Fee: $100  Where: GAC 
SESSION 1 IS CANCELLED
 
Session 2: Age/Grade - UPDATED: Entering grades K – 8  Date/Time: July 13 - 15, 2020  5:00 - 7:00PM  Fee: $100  Where: GAC
 
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Boys Basketball Camp - CANCELLED
The focus of the boys basketball camp is to provide every participant the opportunity to develop fundamental skills in ball handling, passing, dribbling, footwork and rebounding, as well as individual and team defense. In addition, campers 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. This camp is high-energy and a challenging week of hard work. We also look forward to each participant making new friends, while having plenty of fun.
 
Camp is led by Notre Dame’s head boys’ basketball coach Whitney Robinson who brings in a wealth of playing and coaching experience. Coach Robinson started his career playing at Eastern Kentucky where he was the leading scorer in the nation as a freshman. From there, he continued at Central Michigan University and was a part of two MAC championships. After college, coach Robinson played professionally oversees from 2003-2008. He was selected for many Athletes in Action tours and shared his testimony in Australia, France, Egypt, China. Coach Robinson has been the head coach for the Fighting Irish since 2012.
Session 1: Age/Grade: Entering grades 3 – 7  Date/Time: June 22 – 25, 2020  1:00pm - 4:00pm  
UPDATED DATES: JULY 20 - 23, 1:00PM - 4:00PM (JULY 20/21: GAC, JULY 22/23: MAIN GYM)
Fee: $100  Where: GAC/Main Gym
SECOND UPDATE: AUGUST 3 - 6, 1:00PM - 4:00PM
 
Session 2: Age/Grade: Entering grades 8 – 9  Date/Time: June 22 - 25, 2020  4:00pm - 7:00pm  
UPDATED DATES: JULY 20 - 23, 4:00PM - 7:00PM (JULY 20/21: GAC, JULY 22/23: MAIN GYM)
Fee: $100  Where: GAC/Main Gym
SECOND UPDATE: AUGUST 3 - 6, 4:00PM - 7:00PM
What to wear/bring: Athletic attire, basketball shoes, socks and water bottle.
 
Girls Basketball Camp

This camp will provide daily individual instruction as well as team play and basketball competitions. Skill emphasis will be on basketball fundamentals: dribbling, passing, shooting, rebounding, and defense.

Camp will be lead by coach Tom Kocik who has been the head coach for the Fighting Irish since 2018 and has over 20 years of coaching experience. Coach Kocik claimed a district champion trophy in his first year as head coach for Notre Dame.

Session 1: Age/Grade: Entering grades 3 - 7  
Date/Time: June 22 – 25, 2020  9:00am - 12:00pm  UPDATED DATES: JULY 20-23, 9:00AM - 12:00PM (JULY 20/21: MAIN GYM,
JULY 22/23: GAC)
Fee: $75  Where: Main gym/GAC   
 
Session 2: Age/Grade: Entering grades 8 - 9  
Date/Time: June 22 – 25, 2020  1:00pm - 4:00pm   UPDATED DATES: JULY 20-23, 1:00PM - 4:00PM (JULY 20/21: MAIN GYM,
JULY 22/23: GAC)
Fee: $75    Where: Main gym/GAC     What to wear/bring: Please bring a water bottle and a reversible jersey.
 
Baseball Camp CANCELLED

Played on Notre Dame’s exceptional turf field, this camp will teach 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. Campers will be divided up in grades K-5 and 6-8. While great focus is paid to individual skill work, ample time is devoted to a variety of competitions. Coaches and players are dedicated to challenging the campers to the best of their ability while they have lots of fun with old and new friends.

Camp will be led by Jason Gendreau who has served as Notre Dame’s head varsity coach since 2017. The Irish have a 49-19 record for the past two season and have been consistently ranked a Top 10 program in D2. Previously, coach Gendreau has earned county coach of the year accolades and was named the MHSBCA All-Star Game East head coach. Coach Gendreau has had over 70 high school players sign at the college level, ranging from Junior Colleges to Division I Programs.
Age/Grade: Entering grades K – 8  Date/Time: July 14 – 16, 2020  9:00am – 11:30am  Fee: $90  Where: Baseball field
What to wear/bring: Glove, bat, athletic shoes (no cleats) and a hat.
 
Softball Camp CANCELLED
Defense Camp:

This camp is designed to teach the fundamentals of defense in a competitive and fun-filled environment. The fundamentals include: proper throwing mechanics, fielding technique, defensive positioning, and position training. We will work in a fast-paced environment that will provide competition and fun! 

Coach Molly Campbell played four years of varsity softball at Notre Dame Prep from 2004-2008 where she was a two-year First Team All-State player and was named 2008 Miss Softball. She went onto play at Central Michigan University where she holds the single season homerun record, career homerun record, and career RBI record. In addition, coach Campbell was a two-time All-MAC player, named to the Freshman All-MAC Team, and named to the MAC Tournament Team twice. Coach Campbell has been coaching high school softball for over 10 years.

Session 1: Age/Grade: Entering grades 4 – 7  Date/Time: June 29 - 30, 2020  12:00pm - 1:30pm  Fee: $60  Where: Softball field
Session 2: Age/Grade: Entering grades 8 - 9  Date/Time: June 29 - 30, 2020  1:30pm 3:00pm  Fee: $60  Where: Softball field
What to wear/bring: Plastic molded cleats, athletic shoes, glove, athletic attire, and water.
 
Hitting Camp:
Session 1: Age/Grade: Entering grades 4 – 7  Date/Time: June 15 - 17, 2020  12:00pm - 1:30pm  Fee: $75  Where: Softball field
Session 2: Age/Grade: Entering grades 8 - 9  Date/Time: June 15 - 17, 2020  1:30pm 3:00pm  Fee: $75  Where: Softball field
What to wear/bring: Plastic molded cleats, athletic shoes, glove, athletic attire, and water.
 
Tennis Camp
This 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 will be taught by coach Peter Riley and current players. Coach Riley has played at the college level and has coached competitive tennis for over 40 years.  He has been the head coach of the Fighting Irish girls team since 1999 and the boys team since 2001. Coach Riley is a member of the Michigan High School Tennis Coaches Association Executive board  and he won the Division 3 coach of the year award for girls tennis in 2014. 
Age/Grade: Entering grades 5 – 8  Date/Time: June 15 - 18, 2020  NEW DATES: JULY 6-9, 2020 JULY 13-16, 2020
9:00 am – 12:00pm  Fee: $95  Where: NDP Tennis Courts
What to wear/bring: Athletic attire, tennis shoes and socks, tennis racquet, towel and water bottle
 
Volleyball Camp
Notre Dame 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, coaches and players, encourage all campers to work hard, learn new skills and make new friends. Session 1 will be divided into groups based on ages and skill level. 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.
 
Camps are led by Hall of Fame Coach Betty Wroubel who is the third-winningest coach in MHSAA volleyball history at 1,540-318-132. Her teams have won Class B state championship titles in 2007, 2013 and 2017. In addition, Coach Wroubel was named the 2019 Volleyball coach of the year by the National High School Athletics Coaches Association, earned the Women in Sports Leadership award in 2016 and has several Hall of Fame inductions by various organizations. Campers will not be disappointed, as they will be taught from one of the greatest high school volleyball coaches in Michigan’s history. These camps often sell out, so please sign up early!
Session 1: Age/Grade: Entering grades 1 - 6  Date/Time: July 27 - 30, 2020  9:00 am – 11:30am  Fee: $100  Where: GAC
Session 2: Age/Grade: Entering grades 7 - 8  Date/Time: July 27 - 30, 2020   9:00am - 11:30am    Fee: $100  Where: Main gym
Session 3: Age/Grade: Entering grade 9  Date/Time: July 27 - 30, 2020  12:30pm - 3:00pm  Fee: $100 Where: Main gym
What to wear/bring: Athletic attire, indoor athletic shoes, socks, kneepads and water bottle.
 
Boys Lacrosse Camp CANCELLED
This camp is intended for athletes of all skill levels looking to develop their lacrosse skills. Campers should come with full pads (helmet, gloves, stick, elbow pads, shoulder pads), water and a snack.  Campers will be working on the fundamentals of lacrosse with tons of fun built into each and every drill.  
 
Camp will be led by JD Hess, head varsity lacrosse coach. Coach Hess is a Birmingham, MI native and a Seaholm high school alumnus.  After earning All-American honors at Seaholm in 2012, Coach Hess went on to play lacrosse at the University of Detroit Mercy.  During his four year career, he appeared in over 40 collegiate contests.  Upon completion of his playing days, Coach Hess joined the Detroit Mercy coaching staff for two years as a graduate assistant.  Coach Hess is excited to help develop the youth in the NDP lacrosse family!
Age/Grade: Entering grades K - 8  Date/Time: July 20 - 21, 2020 10:am - 1:00pm Fee: $120  Where: William Kozyra Alumni Field
 
Dance Clinic
The Notre Dame Prep Dance team is hosting a one day clinic. Students in grades K-8 are welcome to participate on September 11th from 4-6pm. Dancers will be taught skills and learn a dance to perform with the team at halftime of the 7pm football game that evening! Pizza will be served at 6:15. Bring a water, a snack, jazz shoes, and dance clothing. 
 
For the game, please wear black leggings, a long sleeve shirt of any sort to keep warm, and tennis shoes! Girls will be dismissed to their parents after the performance. Dinner, t-shirts, bows, and poms will be provided! 
Email Coach Angela with any dietary restrictions: notredameprepdance@gmail.com
Age/Grade: Entering grades K - 8  Date/Time: September 11, 2020  6:00pm - Approximately 8pm  Fee: $45  Where: Cafe/Main gym/William Kozyra Alumni Field

Notre Dame Summer Camp FAQ

Where is camp located?
Camp is held on Notre Dame’s beautiful campus located at 1300 Giddings Road in Pontiac, Michigan. Check camp description for specific building and room/venue location.
 
Do I have to be a Notre Dame student to attend camp?
No! All kids from near and far are welcome to attend any of Notre Dame’s summer camps.
 
What happens if my child can only attend for part of the scheduled camp time?
No problem. Be sure to let the camp leader know if your child’s schedule will be different from the scheduled camp days and times. Camps are not prorated.
 
Will my child be supervised?
Each camp is supervised and led by a Notre Dame teacher, coach or faculty member and their staff. Current high school students may also help monitor. In addition, security is on campus for the entire summer camp experience.
 
How do I register my child?
You can conveniently register for summer camp through our online registration management system. Register here
Do I need to purchase an Active membership to register my child for summer camp?
No. You will need to set up a free account through the Active online registration management system, but you will not need to purchase an Active membership.
 
Will my child get a tshirt?
Some athletic camps offer a tshirt to go along with summer camp. 
 
Who do I contact if I have question?
Contact Maureen Radulski at mradulski@ndpma.org or 248-373-9647 with any camp questions.
 
 

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. Camps range 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 15 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

 
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