Dates: June 19 to June 21
Boarding tuition: $475
Non-boarding tuition: $425
Ages: Junior High or Middle School Girls (Grades 3 to 8)
Instruction for the intermediate and beginner level goalkeeper will be given along with the opportunity to apply what is learned into game like situations. Basic Goalie skills will be broken down with individual instruction, and emphasis placed on consistent execution of proper technique in footwork, angles and stick-work. The camp staff will consist of outstanding college coaches and top collegiate goalkeepers who have excellent knowledge of the goalkeeper position.
Super Savers Camp
Ages: For High School & Elite Level Goalkeeper (Grades 9 to 12)
The advanced level goalkeeper will have individual attention and see a lot of shots to help sharpen her technique. Attention to detail will be given in such areas as footwork, angles, quickness and stick-work. Communication with defense, play outside the crease, field strategies and tactics will be emphasized. This intense 3-day camp is ideal for the elite goalkeeper preparing for the college game. The camp staff will consist of outstanding college coaches and top collegiate goalkeepers who have excellent knowledge of the goalkeeper position.
Fee includes housing and all meals. While on campus, students will live in McDonogh dorms. Home to McDonogh students during the school year, Rollins Hall and Jane Bay are comfortable, secure residence halls for American Immersion students during the summer. For information and brochure please contact Lisa Dixon at email@example.com or 410-823-4392. www.goldmedallax.com
Ages: Boys and Girls 13 to 17
Hours: 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. (M-F)
Dates: June 24 to June 29
Boarding Tuition: $1,579
Non-Boarding Tuition: $979
The Drobots Residential Academy is the only program of its kind offered during the summer. In a friendly, supportive, and positive learning environment, novice and experienced male and female students come together from around the country/world for a unique and focused week of drone and UAV (unmanned aerial vehicle) flying, learning, and experimenting. Drobots’ adult-led professional educators and instructors expose and introduce participants to the most recent and relevant drone technology from within the UAV sector. Students then focus their knowledge to better understand the real-life applicability of how drones are positively impacting some of the world’s biggest challenges within: agriculture, utilities, energy, media and entertainment, delivery services, the internet, real estate, mapping, search and rescue, construction and engineering, sports, business, insurance companies and more.
Throughout the week, students will progress through learning, flying, solving, and creating. Teamwork, terminology, and communication are key components as students learn:
- How to safely build, fly, fix, and control a drone
- Perform mock industry-related missions (i.e. search & rescue)
- Create their own drone-based business model or friendly solution
- Interact with socially responsible and creative experts within the drone industry
- Learn how to race, code, and navigate drones through obstacle course missions
- Perform and create aerial mapping and models
- Produce photo/video using drone aerial footage and so much more.
While on campus, students will live in McDonogh dorms. Home to McDonogh students during the school year, Rollins Hall and Jane Bay are comfortable, secure residence halls for campers during the summer.
Whether you have ever flown a drone/uav or not, join the thousands of past and present Drobots’ participants to jump start your future this summer in one of the fasted growing industries since the internet.