INSTRUCTIONAL FOOTBALL CAMP @ College of the Holy Cross
Monday, June 26, 2017 through Wednesday, June 28, 2017 AGES 10-18 GRADES 5-12 DAY- COMMUTER – OVERNIGHT
Director – Tom Gilmore Head Football Coach – College of the Holy Cross
Instructors- HOLY CROSS FOOTBALL STAFF and Top High School and College Coaches from all regions.
PURPOSE- The basic purpose of the instructional football camp at Holy Cross is as follows:
An instructional camp that will feature an emphasis on techniques and fundamentals of football.
The improvement of physical skills: speed, quickness, agility, reactions, and proper techniques. There will be individual time spent with campers and instruction based on age and level of play.
Instill a competitive, winning attitude: understanding teamwork, sportsmanship, dedication and hustle. We will provide an opportunity for competition and teamwork during each practice session and plan on having each player leave camp a better football player than when he arrived.
FACILITIES – All facilities, practice fields, varsity weight room, training room, meeting rooms, and locker rooms will be used during camp. All campers can take advantage of the recreational facilities including the swimming pool.
REGISTRATION / CHECK IN / CHECK OUT -All campers will check in at the Luth Athletic Complex Lobby (previously known as the Hart Athletic Center) between 7:00 am and 8:00 am on Monday, June 26, 2017, last practice ends at 11:00 p.m. on Wednesday, June 28, 2017. Checkout is between 11:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.
HEALTH CARE – The camp staff will include a trainer who will be on hand at all times, and a physician will be on call. Parent or Guardian MUST SIGN A MEDICAL TREATMENT FORM WHEN THEY ARRIVE AT REGISTRATION. A PHYSICIAN’S REPORT must be brought in the day of registration or can be mailed to: TJG Camps, Inc. Football Office – One College St., Worcester, MA 01610
EQUIPMENT – This is not a full contact camp, but a helmet and shoulder pads are required. Please notify your coach. Campers should also bring a mouth piece, shorts, sweat pants, football jersey, football shoes (grass) and turf or basketball shoes.
WHAT TO BRING – Personal athletic equipment, basketball shoes, socks, shirts, shorts, sweat pants, swim suit, towels, soap and any personal items needed. Overnight campers also need linens, blanket or sleeping bag, pillow and fan.
$265 for Day Campers: Covers Football Instruction, Lunch Meals, Insurance, Camp Shirt and Fun.
$310 for Commuter Campers: Covers Football Instruction, Lunch and Dinner Meals, Insurance, Camp Shirt and Fun.
$375 for Overnight Campers: Covers Housing, Football Instruction, Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner Meals, Insurance, Camp Shirt and Fun.
$325 for Overnight Campers – Team (20 or more): Covers Housing, Football Instruction, Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner Meals, Insurance, Camp Shirt and Fun.
A Non-refundable deposit of $200 must accompany each overnight camper application and $100 for each day and commuter camper application to insure enrollment.
SPECIAL NOTE TO PARENTS – Participation will be supervised by staff and dormitory assistants. Attendance will be taken daily. Room inspection will occur each morning. Age and ability will be taken into consideration when forming instructional groups. Parents are invited to attend anytime. TJG Camps, Inc. is not responsible for lost or stolen items.
ARE YOU ELIGIBLE? No student who is eligible for admission to a member NCAA institution or who has started classes for his senior year in high school is allowed to participate in a summer sports camp where members of an NCAA institution’s coaching staff are employed. Bylaw 1-5-(d)
7:15 AM Wake Up 7:30 AM Breakfast 9:00 AM Practice Session I 12:00 PM Lunch 1:00 PM Open Swim, Weight Training, Recreation 2:00 PM Practice Session II 4:00 PM Specialist Period 5:00 PM Dinner 7:00 PM Practice Session III 9:00 PM Announcements, Free Time 10:30 PM Lights Out
8:45 AM Arrive – be ready for practice 9:00 AM Practice Session I 12:00 PM Lunch 1:00 PM Open Swim, Weight Training, Recreation 2:00 PM Practice Session II 4:00 PM Specialist Period 5:00 PM Dinner 7:00 PM Practice Session III 8:15 PM Pick up
8:45 AM Arrive – be ready for practice 9:00 AM Practice Session I 12:00 PM Lunch 1:00 PM Open Swim, Weight Training, Recreation 2:00 PM Practice Session II 4:15 PM Pick Up
IMPORTANT: Once you finish the online registration, you must complete the following forms and bring them with you to check-in.