COED SPORTS

The McDonogh Tennis Program: Beginner

Ages: Boys and Girls 7 to 12
Hours: 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Dates: Weekly: June 22 to July 31
Tuition:
1 week $325
2 weeks $640
3 weeks $965
4 weeks $1,290
5 weeks $1,615
6 weeks $1,940
Week of June 29 - July 2
(4th of July Week) $260

The McDonogh Tennis Program, directed by long-time Tennis Camp staffer Ben Rabin, is designed for beginners. Conducted on our 20-court facility, the program teaches players the techniques for success in this lifetime sport. Group and individual instruction will allow each player to reach his or her potential. Students will be able to set their own goals. Instruction in injury prevention, tennis etiquette, and personal motivation will also be included.


The McDonogh Tennis Program: Advanced

Ages: Boys and Girls 9 to 14
Hours: 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Dates: Weekly: June 22 to July 31
Tuition:
1 week $325
2 weeks $640
3 weeks $965
4 weeks $1,290
5 weeks $1,615
6 weeks $1,940
Week of June 29 - July 2
(4th of July Week) $260

The McDonogh Tennis Program, directed by long-time Tennis Camp staffer Ben Rabin, is designed for advanced players. Conducted on our 20-court facility, the program teaches players the techniques for success in this lifetime sport. Group and individual instruction will allow each player to reach his or her potential. Students will be able to set their own goals. Instruction in injury prevention, tennis etiquette, and personal motivation will also be included.

Rackets, Ropes, and Rockwall

Ages:: Boys and Girls 9 to 14
Hours: 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Dates: Weekly, June 22 to July 31
Tuition: $325
Independence Day Week (June 29 to July 2): $260

This camp combines the fun and skills of tennis with the adventure of climbing our 30 foot rock wall and zipping down our ropes course. Co-directed by our Tennis Director, Ben Rabin, and our Outdoor Complex Director, Greg Kleimann, campers will enjoy a morning filled with fun tennis activities to be followed with an afternoon of maneuvering our rock wall and swinging from our Low Ropes course..

Tennis, Badminton, and Pickle Ball

Ages:: Boys and Girls 9 to 14
Hours: 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Dates: Weekly, June 22 to July 31
Tuition: $350
Independence Day Week (June 29 to July 2): $280

This camp is designed for the young person who just loves to have a racket in their hands. Campers will be able to enjoy tennis on our 20 tennis courts, badminton in our spacious gym, and pickle ball on specially designed outdoor courts. In addition campers will be enjoy a session of free swim prior to eating lunch. This is the perfect camp experience for any young person who wants to learn the basics of different racket sports.

Half-Day Tennis/Half-Day Golf

Ages:: Boys and Girls 7 to 11
Hours: 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Dates: Session 1: June 22 to June 26
Dates: Session 2: June 29 to July 2
Dates: Session 3: July 13 to July 17
Tuition: Sessions 1 and 3: $325 per session
Tuition: Session 2: $260 (July 4th Week)

This camp is designed for the camper that loves to do a little of everything. A morning session filled with fun Tennis activities and skills, directed by Tennis Director Ben Rabin, will be combined with a pre-lunch free-swim period. After lunch children will venture over to our Golf Camp where they will enjoy the basics of learning more about the skills of Golf with John Folfas, our Golf Director. .

McDonogh Golf Academy: General Skills

Ages: Boys and Girls 8 to 12
Hours: 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Dates: Session 1: June 22 to June 26
Dates: Session 2: June 29 to July 2
Dates: Session 3: July 13 to July 17
Tuition: 1 week $395; 2 weeks $780
Tuition: Session 2: $325 (July 4th Week)

Directed by McDonogh teacher and Coach John Folfas, this camp for beginners and less experienced golfers this camp will introduce and cover the basics of the golf game in an environment that is fun. Campers will learn the basic full swing and putting fundamentals. Additionally, a Class A PGA instructor will provide off-campus instruction on the long and short game. Participants will also play two rounds of golf at an area golf course. Each camper must have his or her own clubs and be seriously interested in learning the golf swing as well as the proper rules and etiquette necessary to be the complete golfer.

McDonogh Golf Academy: Advanced Skills

Ages: Boys and Girls 10 to 15
Hours: 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Dates: Session 1: June 22 to June 26
Dates: Session 2: June 29 to July 2
Dates: Session 3: July 13 to July 17
Tuition: 1 week $395; 2 weeks $780
Tuition: Session 2: $325 (July 4th Week)

Directed by McDonogh teacher and Coach John Folfas, this camp is designed for intermediate to advanced players. Our goal is for the players to gain as much competitive experience as possible so they have the ability to perform at a high level Match play, stroke play, driving accuracy, and other various competitions will take place during the week. Other camp features include individualized long and short game instruction by a Class A PGA instructor. Participants will also play two rounds of golf at an area golf course. Each camper must have his or her own clubs.

McDonogh Competitive Swim Camp

Ages: Boys and girls 9 to 15
Hours: 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Dates: Session 1: June 22 to June 26
Dates: Session 2: July 6 to July 1101
Tuition: $350 per session

The McDonogh Competitive Swim Camp will take place in the Henry A. Rosenberg, Jr. Aquatic Center, featuring a brand new Olympic-size pool. The camp is designed for swimmers from either summer league teams or YMCA/USA swim teams. Please note that is not a learn-to-swim camp as the entire camp is run in the deep end of the competition pool.

Directed by McDonogh head varsity swim coach Scott Ward, the camp is designed to teach, drill, and train the individual fundamentals of competitive swimming. Specific drills will be taught to aid skill developments in all four of the competitive strokes along with instruction on starts and turns. Underwater video recording and review will also be utilized in teaching swimmers. Fun games and relays will round out each day.

Olympic Weightlifting Camp

Ages:: Boys and Girls 13 to 17
Hours: 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Dates: Session 1: July 6 to July 10
Tuition: $325

This camp is designed for the athletically inclined teen who wishes to take their strength, speed and power to the next level. Program Director Elizabeth Bartlett comes with a coaching certification in both USA Weightlifting as well as CrossFit. She has over four years of coaching experience as well as making multiple appearances on the National stage as a competitor in both Olympic style weightlifting and Powerlifting. Her passion for developing the overall athlete combined with careful attention to safety and form and technique will maximize each athlete's ability to improve performance in all sports.

The athlete's strength and conditioning foundation is built from power lifts such as squats, presses, and pulls. While learning about the foundations of these lifts each day through a carefully designed progression, Elizabeth and her equally certified assistant will provide hands-on instruction and provide the tools necessary to ensure that each athlete's technique complements their strength capacity so that they may enhance their overall athletic potential.,/p>

For further information contact Elizabeth at 520-780-0070 or ebartlett@mcdonogh.org.


McDonogh International Soccer School “Kinderkick” Camp

Ages: Boys and Girls 4 to 6
Hours: 10 a.m. to 11 a.m.
Dates: July 6 to July 10
Tuition: $95
(Transportation and lunch are not available)

The Kinderkick Soccer Camp is designed for the beginning soccer player. Through fun and creative activities, this one hour program will introduce basic soccer skills such as dribbling, passing and shooting to the youngest up-and-coming soccer stars.


McDonogh Fencing Camp

Ages:: Boys and Girls 8 to 13
Hours: 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Dates: Session 1: July 13 to July 17
Dates: Session 2: July 20 to July 24
Tuition: $395

McD Fencing Camp offers instruction in the sport of fencing from beginner through advanced levels. Fencing, an Olympic and NCAA sport, is often described as a combination of boxing and chess. Each day will incorporate periods of fencing-specific instruction, drills, and bouting (sparring), as well as general physical activities, exercises, and games which enhance fencing ability and performance. Participants will learn how to stand, move, attack, and defend, as well as terminology, rules, etiquette, refereeing, and how to keep equipment in good repair. Each week will conclude with a tournament. Instruction will touch on the three fencing events (foil, saber, and epee), but the majority of instruction will be in epee.

Coach Greg Paye has been fencing for 30 years, and is the head coach and owner of Maryland Fencing Club. He is certified Prevot by the US Fencing Coaches Association, a professional member of USA Fencing, and a certified referee. His students have medaled in national tournaments and earned national standings in youth and senior age categories. His professional experience includes Johns Hopkins University, Goucher College, Boston University, DC Fencers' Club, and Boston Fencing Club.


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