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Sports Camp
SESSION I: June 23 - July 4, 2014 (No camp July 4th)
SESSION II: July 7 - July 18, 2014

SESSION III: July 21 - August 1, 2014
Boys and Girls Ages 6 - 14

Director:  Edward A. Reilly
508-754-5302 x123
edward.reilly@worcesteracademy.org

Ed Reilly is the Director of Athletics at Worcester Academy.  Ed was Head Basketball Coach at Bryant College (1989-2001).  He was also Assistant Basketball Coach at Holy Cross (1982-1989), Princeton University (1980-1982) and Brown University (1978-1980), as well as the former Director of the Eddie Reilly Basketball School.  Ed has over 20 years experience as a camp director and clinician and was recently inducted into the NE Basketball Hall of Fame.

Jim Bergenholtz has been a long time fixture in the Greater Worcester County area.  The former head basektball coach at Grafton High School, Jim has spent nearly three decades as a coach, administrator and now as the Program Director for the Worcester Academy Sports Camp.  Well know as one of the leading football officials in the Northeast, Jim brings a wealth of sports experience to our camp program and continues to provide inspiration and direction to campers and counselors alike.

Register now for Worcester Academy Summer Programs using our online application form!

About the Camp
The Worcester Academy Sports Camp takes great pride in providing instruction and play in all sports, while not specializing in any one.  With a tradition of over 50 years in the sports camp business, the program allows girls and boys ages 6 to 14 to develop their interests and skills in many different areas. Each two-week program features swimming, arts & crafts, outings, sports films, Olympic days and special sports clinics. Regular instruction includes football, basketball, baseball, track, wrestling, soccer, softball, floor hockey and other sports-related activities.

Swimming
Instructional swimming is provided daily; each camper is evaluated at the end of a two-week session and awarded a certificate of achievement. The swimming program is carried on rain or shine in the F. Harold Daniels Gymnasium indoor pool.  Every aspect of safety is considered in the swimming program, which is one of the most important skills taught at our camp.

Arts and Crafts
The craft program is organized to give campers an opportunity to do some creative work with their hands in various arts and crafts. 

Health
All care and precaution will be given to ensure the safety of each camper.  A physical examination by a family physician is required and must be on file prior to participation in camp activities.  Athletic trainers are available during the camp day in case of injury.

Uniform and Equipment
Campers are required to wear the official Worcester Academy sports camp uniform consisting of a T-shirt and crimson shorts, which can be purchased the first day of each session in the gymnasium store. 
Campers supply their own sneakers, gloves and swimsuits. On cool days, campers may wear jeans or long pants.  The camp supplies towels daily at no extra cost.

Food Services
Campers bring their own lunch (nut free) in a suitable container.  

Facilities
Gaskill Field and the main campus provide 11 acres of athletic fields for all sports.  Outdoor activities are carried out on both our campus green, as well as the school's athletic fields.  The F. Harold Daniels Gymnascium provides excellent space for swimming, basketball, wrestling, volleyball and indoor track.  Indoor facilities make it possible to carry on a full program regardless of weather conditions.

Hours
Monday - Friday 9 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.
An hour and a half is set aside each day for lunch and movies.
Extended day offered: 7:30am - 9am, 3:30pm – 5pm (additional fee)

Fees

Six-Weeks: $1,100
Four-Weeks: $850
Two-Weeks: $500
Guest Camper: $55 per day
Basketball Camp

August 4 - August 8, 2014

Boys and Girls Ages 6 - 17

Director:  Edward A. Reilly
508-754-5302 x123
edward.reilly@worcesteracademy.org

Ed Reilly is the Director of Athletics and Head Basketball Coach at Worcester Academy.  Ed was Head Basketball Coach at Bryant College (1989-2001).  He was also Assistant Basketball Coach at Holy Cross (1982-1989), Princeton University (1980-1982) and Brown University (1978-1980), as well as the former Director of the Eddie Reilly Basketball School.  Ed has over 20 years experience as a camp director and clinician and was recently inducted into the NE Basketball Hall of Fame.

Register now for Worcester Academy Summer Programs using our online application form!

About the Camp
The Worcester Academy "Hoopin' on the Hill" Coed Basketball Camp is geared for skill development. Campers are given daily instruction on the finer points of fundamental basketball, in a positive environment. Camp fits the needs of all ages and all levels of play.

Camp begins with Monday registration from 8:30 a.m. to 9:00 a.m. at the Worcester Academy Daniels Gymnasium.  Camp begins daily at 9 a.m. Campers bring their own lunches. Pickup is at 3:30 p.m.; Friday pickup is at noon (after our awards ceremony).

Location
The Worcester Academy Basketball Camp will be held in the secure F. Harold Daniels Gymnasium on the campus of Worcester Academy.  We have NEW lower baskets for our youngest campers!

Hours
Monday - Thursday 9 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.
Friday 9 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
Extended day offered: 7:30am - 9am, 3:30pm – 5pm (additional fee)

Fees
Full Day: $245
Fee includes:  Worcester Academy Camp T-Shirt, Individual Instruction, Camp Evaluations, Swimming, Guest Lecturers.
Basketball Evening Clinic
June 16 - June 19, 2014
6:00 PM to 8:00 PM
Boys and Girls Ages 9 - 17

Director:  Edward A. Reilly
Current Director of Athletics at Worcester Academy
508-754-5302 x123
edward.reilly@worcesteracademy.org

Assistant Director:  Jamie Sullivan
Current Head Boys Basketball Coach at Worcester Academy

Assistant Director:  Molly Dullea
Current Head Girls Basketball Coach at Worcester Academy

Register now for Worcester Academy Summer Programs using our online application form!

About the Camp
Join the fun and get a head start on the competition with a crisp, four-day, 12-hour clinic that will jump start your summer basketball plans and get you ready to take that next step!  Kick off the Summer Season with intense, high level drill work.
  • Fundamental skill development in ALL phases with emphasis on areas you need to improve on
  • Individual/small group work for the novice
  • Playing the game the right way with motion concepts taught and drilled in competitive sessions
Clinic Breakdown
Six 20-minute segments per session on:
  • Dribble Skills
  • Shooting the Basketball
  • Passing
  • Post Play
  • Individual/Team Defense
  • 3-3 Motion Offense
Location
The Worcester Academy Basketball Camp will be held in the secure F. Harold Daniels Gymnasium on the campus of Worcester Academy.

Hours
Monday - Thursday 6:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m.

Fee
: $135
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Soccer Camp
SESSION I: July 7 - July 11, 2014
SESSION II: July 28 - August 1, 2014

Boys and Girls Ages 6 - 17

Director:  James Proctor
508-754-5302 x111
james.proctor@worcesteracademy.org

James Proctor serves as camp director and is also the Varsity Boys Head Soccer Coach at Worcester Academy. James has completed his 13th year at the helm of the Worcester Academy boys soccer program compiling an overall a 125-50-31 record which includes: one WNEPSSA Class A championship title, three New England Prep semi-final and eight New England Prep quarter-final appearances. James is a very experienced coach and currently holds a United States Soccer Federation "B" coaching license. In 2007, James was the NSCAA Mass Prep School, Boy's Soccer Coach of the year.

Before moving into full-time coaching, James was a professional soccer player for thirteen years and played in both England and the United States.

Additional Staff
Jen Marino is the current head coach of the Worcester Academy Girls Soccer team and a former collegiate soccer player at Bates College. In 20013 Jen led the girl's to a New England Quarter Fianl appearence . 

Derek Segesdy 
is the current WA boys assistant coach and was a former collegiate player at Allegany College.

Kofi Abankroh '13
 is a former WA player, now playing collegiate soccer at Babson College.

Jacki Feraco '14 is a former WA player & captain that will play at UNH this fall.

Bernard Yeboah '13 is a former WA captain and 2012 Prep School NSCAA All American that plays collegiate soccer at the University of Vermont.

Meagan Farraher is the athletic trainer for the soccer camp over the past eight years. Meagan also works in the Sports Mediine Department fulltime at Worcester Academy.

Camp will also feature guest coaches from the college and professional ranks.

Register now for Worcester Academy Summer Programs using our online application form!

About the Camp
The Worcester Academy co-ed soccer camp is a fun and challenging program that caters to all levels and abilities.  The outcome is a positive week where all campers can improve and work on their tactical, technical abilities and enjoy trying to implement them during our daily matches at the camp.

Location
Gaskill Field

Hours
Full-Day: Monday - Thursday 9 a.m - 3:30 p.m.
              Friday 9 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.
Half-Day: Monday - Friday 9 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.
Extended day offered: 7:30am - 9am, 3:30pm – 5pm (additional fee)

Fees
Full-Day: $245
Half-Day: $170

Schedule
The daily schedule of activities and training exercises can be found in the brochure.
Volleyball Camp
August 11 - 15, 2014
Girls Ages 10 - 18

Director:  Alexis King
508-754-5302 Ext. 519
alexis.king@worcesteracademy.org

Alexis King has been playing competitive volleyball for over ten years and is going into her third year of coaching the Worcester Academy women's volleyball team. She continues to play year round at teh adult level with Yankee volleyball and attends weekly skills and technique workshops. These drills are used both in camp and practices to build strong fundamentals for well rounded volleyball players.

Register now for Worcester Academy Summer Programs using our online application form!

About the Camp
Volleyball Camp is designed to benefit every camper with a hands-on approach.  During the week we will focus on the individual and team aspect of the game with a series of skill and practice activities.  The camp ends with a team tournament on Friday.

Location
F. Harold Daniels Gymnasium

Hours
Full-Day: Monday - Friday 9 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.
Half-Day: Monday - Friday 9 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.
No extended day offered.

Fees
Full Day: $245
Half-Day: $170

Schedule
The daily schedule of activities and training exercises can be found in the brochure.
Football Camp
July 7 - July 10, 2014
Boys Ages 10 - 17

Director:  Tony Johnson
508-754-5302 x210
tony.johnson@worcesteracademy.org     

Tony Johnson,
Head Varsity Football Coach at Worcester Academy, has over 24 years of coaching experience at both the college and high school levels. Tony coached for 17 years at Bishop Guertin High School where he won 6 state championship titles and was a finalist in 11 championship games. He has coached at the University of New Hampshire, St. Anselm's College and Plymouth State College. Tony is a 1982 graduate of the University of Rhode Island.

Register now for Worcester Academy Summer Programs using our online application form!


Uniform and Equipment
Players are expected to bring a helmet and shoulder pads from their respective schools, as well as shorts, t-shirts, bathing suit, cleats and sneakers.

Location
Gaskill Field

Hours
Monday, July 8th:  Check in at 8:45 a.m.
Monday - Wednesday: 8:45 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.
Thursday: 8:45 a.m. - 12 noon
No Extended day offered.

Fees
Full Day: $245

Schedule
The daily schedule of activities and training exercises can be found in the brochure.

 
WORCESTER ACADEMY is a co-ed day and boarding school for grades 6 to 12 and postgraduates. Our historic urban setting, diverse community, and challenging curriculum provide students with a solid, real-world education.