Summer Enrichment Programs and Sports Camps

Summer is more fun when girls are inspired to discover a new passion, become a stronger athlete, or learn a new skill. In addition to enrichment programs and sports camps on Notre Dame's Villanova campus, we are proud to offer two new programs for families in the Stone Harbor, New Jersey area. 


Have a question about a camp?

Enrichment Camps -  Please contact Jennifer Nobles at 610-687-0650, ext.124
Sports Camps - Please contact Ben Davey at bdavey@ndapa.org
Youth Basketball - Please contact Mary Beth McNichol at 610-687-0650, ext.194


Youth and Middle School Dance

Notre Dame Dance
June 18 - 228:00 - 3:00 pm
June 25 - 298:00 - 3:00 pm
$350 per week

Our recently renovated Connelly Dance Studio and classrooms will welcome dancers in grades 3-9 for a multi-level dance intensive camp to develop skills, flexibility, and strength through ballet, jazz, contemporary modern, and hip-hop dance. This full-day program gives beginner through advanced dancers the opportunity to explore choreography, costume design, stage makeup and theatrical lighting. The program will include a daily swim time and is led by Notre Dame's Dance Program Director, Pam Devenney. Each week will conclude with a performance for friends and family.




Girls' Youth Basketball

Girls' Youth Basketball

June 18 - 22 

Little Leprechauns (Entering grades 1 & 2) 9:00 - 12:00, $150
Fighting Irish (Entering Grades 3-8) 9:00 - 3:00, $225

Notre Dame’s Youth Basketball Camps are for girls entering grades 1-8 in September 2018 and offers skill building and team play combined with fun activities. Half-day camp is offered for girls entering grades 1 and 2 and full-day camp for girls entering grades 3-8. Players get to learn the game in Notre Dame’s state-of-the-art athletic facility.

Middle School Sports Camps

Middle School Field Hockey Camp
July 23-24, 8:30 - 11:30 am, $200

This camp provides top-quality instruction from experienced Notre Dame staff. High intensity skill sessions and games will challenge players to elevate their game to the next level and prepare them for the upcoming season.



Middle School Rowing Camp
June 19-23, July 17-21, & August 21-25
Either 9:00-12:15 pm OR 12:30-3:45 pm

One Week: $750
Two Weeks: $1350
Three Weeks: $1800

Notre Dame's rowing camps at the Hines Rowing Center in Conshohocken will introduce middle and high school athletes to all aspects of the sport of rowing, including technique, training, and conditioning. Athletes new to the sport will learn how to use the rowing ergometer to build endurance. Experienced athletes will focus on improving their overall rowing technique, while learning to “move” a boat with rhythm as a cohesive unit. Through rowing and team building, each athlete will develop personal strengths, motivations, and behaviors that lead to success in any sport. Three camp dates are offered and participants in multiple camps receive a discount.

Middle and high school athletes who attend camp on weeks one and two will have the opportunity to race at the Philadelphia Youth Regatta in July. Athletes and parents will also learn about the college recruiting process.

Payment plan option when three weeks are selected. Contact Mary Beth McNichol, mbnichol@ndapa.org for details.


Middle School Volleyball
July 24 - 26, 9:00 am - 12:00 pm, $150

Campers will learn volleyball skills and combine those skills with game strategy. Middle School volleyball camp is led by the Notre Dame's high school coaching staff.

High School Sports Camps

High School Field Hockey
July 23 - 24,  8:30-11:30 am & 1:00-4:00 pm
July 25(half-day), 8:30-11:30 am, $250

This camp provides top-quality instruction from experienced Notre Dame staff. High intensity skill sessions and games will challenge players to elevate their game to the next level and prepare them for the upcoming season.


High School Lacrosse
June 25-27, 9:00 am-12:00 pm, $225

Experience the tradition of Notre Dame Lacrosse and learn from one of the most experienced (NCAA D1 playing and coaching experience) coaching staffs in the InterAc. Players will learn new conditioning and injury prevention training, build lacrosse skills, participate in game-like drills, improve lacrosse IQ, and compete at a top level with the current Notre Dame varsity team.


High School Soccer Fitness
June 4,11,17, 25 and July 9 & 16, 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm, $190

Work on your soccer specific fitness during this 6 week program. The sessions will be run by the Notre Dame Head Varsity Coach Steve Wilman and will focus on work with and without the ball to improve each players overall soccer fitness levels.


High School Soccer
July 23-27
5:00 - 8:00 pm, $175

The High School Soccer camp is led by Notre Dame Head Varsity Coach Steve Wilman, who brings more than 20 years of experience to the sport. Coach Wilman holds a Premier Diploma, the highest level of certification, from the National Soccer Coaches Association of America. The camp will focus on skill techniques and functional play to get the players ready for the upcoming fall season.


High School Rowing Camp
June 19-23, July 17-21, & August 21-25
Either 9:00-12:15 pm OR 12:30-3:45 pm

One Week: $750
Two Weeks: $1350
Three Weeks: $1800

Notre Dame's rowing camps at the Hines Rowing Center in Conshohocken will introduce middle and high school athletes to all aspects of the sport of rowing, including technique, training, and conditioning. Athletes new to the sport will learn how to use the rowing ergometer to build endurance. Experienced athletes will focus on improving their overall rowing technique, while learning to “move” a boat with rhythm as a cohesive unit. Through rowing and team building, each athlete will develop personal strengths, motivations, and behaviors that lead to success in any sport. Three camp dates are offered and participants in multiple camps receive a discount.

Middle and high school athletes who attend camp on weeks one and two will have the opportunity to race at the Philadelphia Youth Regatta in July. Athletes and parents will also learn about the college recruiting process.

Payment plan option when three weeks are selected. Contact Mary Beth McNichol, mbnichol@ndapa.org for details.


High School Tennis
August 20-22, $200
1:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Overbrook Country Club

Participants will work on strokes, footwork, fitness and match-play scenarios to assess skills. After camp, students will be grouped by ability level and effort. Varsity and JV team tryouts for Notre Dame students will be held August 23 & 24.

 


ND at the Shore

Take a break from the sun and sand for these two new enrichment programs for middle school girls:

Dance at the Shore 
July 9-13, 8:00 am - 12:00 pm
$750

This multi-level dance program for girls in grades 4 through 7 explores many dance styles including ballet, jazz, contemporary modern, and hip hop. Through developing dance technique, flexibility, strength, and choreographic creativity, participants will gain an appreciation for the art of dance. The program is led by Notre Dame's Dance Program Director, Pam Devenney. The week will conclude with a performance for friends and family.

Location: Women's Civic Club of Stone Harbor, 12 96th Street and the Beach 



Science at the Shore
July 16-20, 8:00 am - 12:00 pm

$750

Science at the Shore offers budding scientists in grade 4 through 8 the opportunity to explore marine, physical, earth and life science and learn how it affects the world around them. Each day will be filled with fun activities, including exploring life in a drop of water, owl pellet and sea star dissection, oil spill cleanup, creating slimy chemical reactions, and more.

Location: Women's Civic Club of Stone Harbor, 12 96th Street and the Beach




iCan Shine Bike Camp & Future Stars Day Camp

Notre Dame is proud to be a host site for iCan Shine Bike Camp and Future Stars Day Camps.

iCan Shine provides quality learning opportunities in recreational activities for individuals with disabilities. By creating an environment where each person is empowered to maximize their individual abilities, everyone can shine! The camp runs from June 25-29, visit their website www.icanshine.org for more information. All ND Students are welcome to volunteer and will receive 10 service hours for their participation. Please complete and return this form to Ms. Nobles, Mrs. Gandolfo or drop off at Mrs. Bowen’s desk in the Harron Building by May 15, 2018

Future Stars Camp will be offered on the Academy's campus from Monday, June 18 - Friday, August 24. Click here to learn more


 

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