Athletic Clinics

Adventures for the Independent Spirit

BOYS’ AND GIRLS’ ROWING

TBD | 12:30 – 3:30 pm | $250/week

In this exciting co-ed clinic, AIS Varsity Crew Assistant Coach Janet Fry leads campers in learning the fundamentals of rowing both on and off the water! Campers will learn the basics of the rowing stroke by utilizing the rowing tank and ergometers in the state-of the-art Sonnenfeld Rowing Center at AIS. They will also travel to the PGRC boathouse to see it all in action! For campers new to rowing as well as those with experience, this clinic has something to offer all levels. Maximum: 8 participants

BOYS’ AND GIRLS’ SQUASH

Week 5: July 9-13 Grades 6-8 | 12:30 – 2:00 pm | $130/week

Alex Stait, AIS Director of Squash and former world No. 52-ranked player, will be leading Summer Squash Clinics, designed to help the beginner/intermediate player get a firm grasp of the techniques needed to reach a high level of play. Each session will focus on technique and hand eye coordination, which will give your child a great start in the sport.   Places are limited and we look forward to seeing you on the court!  Racquets, goggles and balls will be provided.  Please wear clean non-skid shoes.

BOYS’ AND GIRLS’ SOCCER

Week 5: June 25-29 Grades 3-8 | 9:00am – 12:00 pm | $300/week

Join AIS Varsity Soccer Head Coach Mike Welsh and FCUSA for this new co-ed soccer clinic. This clinic offers a curriculum designed to develop players technically and tactically depending on their specific age group. Every camp program retains a “Long Term Player Development” focus that directly reflects the general club ethos of nurturing creative, talented, and knowledgeable soccer players. At all age groups, FCUSA strives to encourage players to have fun and develop their LOVE of the sport!

The Football Club USA Camp System

Level 2 Objectives | 8-10 years

  • Ball mastery and foot communication
  • Body mechanics and motor skills
  • Speed and agility training
  • Technical proficiency
  • Develop a competitive attitude
  • Introduction to small group tactics
  • Daily skills challenge / scrimmages

 

Level 3 Objectives | 11-14 years

  • Ball mastery and foot communication
  • Body mechanics and motor skills
  • Speed and agility training
  • Technical proficiency
  • Develop a competitive attitude
  • Team and small group tactics
  • Individual functional / position develop