2019 Sports Clinics in collaboration with Malden Catholic

$125 per session, except Golf & Hockey $150 Ages 8-15 (or entering Jr. year) unless noted below


Malden Catholic Head Coaches run clinics, with additional MC Coaches & Varsity Players.  Once MC coaches confirm dates, parents will be notified and full refunds available until April 1, 2019.

  • 15-19 Jul 2019: COED Tennis: 8am-12pm ($125)
  • 22-26 Jul 2019: BOYS Baseball: 8am-12pm ($125)
  • 5-9 Aug 2019: BOYS Basketball: 8am-12pm @MC ($125)
  • 12-16 Aug 2019: BOYS Ice Hockey Bantams & Midgets: 8:00-9:30am - non-MC Head Coach ($150)
  • 12-16 Aug 2019: COED Ice Hockey Squirts & Peewees: 9:30-11:00am - non-MC Head Coach ($150)
  • 12-16 Aug 2019: Golf @ CEDAR GLEN (ages 8-13): 12pm-4pm - WAITLIST ONLY ($150)
  • 12-16 Aug 2019: Golf @ MT HOOD (ages 12 & up): 12pm-4pm ($150)

2019 All Mass Camps Sports Clinics in collaboration with Malden Catholic
$125 per session, except Golf & Hockey $150 Ages 8-15 (or entering Jr. year) unless noted below. Full refunds available until April 1, 2019.
  • Cedar Glen golf run by past MC Coach
  • *Hockey Note: Girls, all age levels, can attend 9:30am session only
Clinics run 8am-12pm unless noted.

An option of full day program for ages 8-13 is available, if interested in attending Day Camp at DCR Camp Nihan in Saugus. All Mass Camps provides transportation and supervision at Camp Nihan (swimming, kayaking, fishing, hiking, crafts, games, etc.). All pickups must take place directly at Camp Nihan at 4pm (131 Walnut Street in Saugus). Add 1/2 day Day Camp, add'l $45 tuition, for a total of $170 for many camps ($195 for golf or hockey).

Sportsmanship, responsibility, accountability, and leadership: These values are as important as the skills training, sports drills, and scrimmages that we practice every day at our Sports Clinics. Athletes, ages 8-15, can practice skills, learn strategies, and improve overall performance. Our clinics balance teamwork with individual improvement, with the goal of developing the athlete’s skills and knowledge of the specific sport. With Malden Catholic leading the way, we expect our coaches to be teachers of life's lessons and role models, ready to demonstrate how to win with grace and to accept defeat with class. This non-denominational program strives to offer athletes the chance to learn new skills or master established ones in a different sport each week, including baseball, lacrosse, soccer, golf, tennis, ice hockey, and basketball.

Sports clinics take place at a number of different venues: Malden Catholic has a beautiful campus, which hosts a number of sports, including football, baseball, soccer, lacrosse, and basketball. Their facility includes new turf fields, new tennis courts, grass fields, indoor court, and indoor space in case of inclement weather. Other sites for sports camps include golf courses (Mt. Hood and Cedar Glen), and ice rink (Valley Forum II).

Sports Clinics: MORNING DROP-OFF & AFTERNOON PICK-UP PROCEDURES Morning drop-off times for Sports that take place at Malden Catholic facilities (Lacrosse, Tennis, Baseball, Soccer, Basketball): 8:00-8:15am Daily. Athletes can be dropped off by parents at Malden Catholic. On first day, Staff will direct you to registration table for check in; for ages 8 & 9, please check in daily WITH PARENT. For ages 10 & up, parent welcome to check in but not mandatory; child or teen can check in on own. If you arrive after 8:15am, all ages (and with parent if age 8 or 9), please check in directly with Sports Coordinator. If parent knows ahead of time that their child will be late (due to dr’s appt, summer school, etc.), please inform the Sports Coordinator asap.

Afternoon pick-up times for Sports that take place at Malden Catholic facilities (Lacrosse, Tennis, Baseball, Soccer, Basketball): 12:00pm Daily. Athletes will be on Malden Catholic school property until the end of the session at 12:00pm, unless announcements are made in advance to familie (inclement weather for example). Parents of 8 & 9 year olds have to sign up their child with Sports Coordinator or other staff. Ages 10 & up are able to walk home WITH PARENT PERMISSION but still need to check out with staff. 8 & 9 year old can be picked up by teen or other adult approved by the parent; parents are asked to put in writing any changes in pick up as well as approved adults/teens. If child needs to leave earlier than 12:00pm, child must be signed out by Sports Coordinator. If parents are late due to emergency, please contact Allan Gillis at 617-461-1063 to let our staff know of the situation. Otherwise, late fees may apply if child is not picked up by 12:00pm. If your child is attending the afternoon session of Day Camp, we will begin transport after 11:30am

Times for HOCKEY ONLY: There are two sessions for Hockey. For Bantams & Midgets, session runs 8am-9:30am. The rink is open by 7:30am, and players must check in with Sports Coordinator each morning upon arrival in the lobby of the rink. This age group does not need to check out, unless parents request. For Squirts & Peewees, session runs 9:30am-11am. Locker room is open for players to get ready to be on ice as soon as Zamboni is off ice. Players or parent check in upon arrival. We also ask that players and parents check out before departure for this age group. We are fortunate that MC allows us to use the MC Varsity Locker Room, which is locked at end of the 11am session, so players can leave their gear for the week (including those WHO ARE STAYING FOR GOLF CLINIC), but All Mass Camps, MC, and Valley Forum II rink are not responsible for lost or stolen items. PICK UP IS AT RINK; if you are attending Golf Clinics or Day Camp, staff will transport to these location, but PICK UP IS AT THE SITE OF YOUR AFTERNOON PROGRAM. WE DO NOT TRANSPORT TO MC OR ANY OTHER LOCATION FOR HOCKEY OR GOLF WEEKS.

For Hockey Players participating in full day program of DAY CAMP or GOLF CLINIC: 8am session: You will have time to shower at rink (if you choose), change, and eat lunch at rink before heading to Mt. Hood. You will arrive at Mt. Hood between 11:30am-12pm, so you may have a little time to eat at the course, but we recommend that you are ready to play golf (see below for appropriate dress) as soon as you arrive. MC Golf Coach will also be at Mt. Hood at 11:30am. If you are heading to Day Camp or Cedar Glen, you will transported to Camp Nihan (for both programs) as soon as you are ready. Golfers will walk from Camp Nihan drop off to Cedar Glen. AMC vehicles shuttle to Camp Nihan all morning long. PLEASE NOTE: 4pm pick up is at the site of your afternoon program (Mt. Hood, Cedar Glen, or Camp Nihan). WE DO NOT TRANSPORT TO MC OR ANY OTHER LOCATION FOR HOCKEY OR GOLF WEEKS.

9:30am session: As soon as you are ready to leave, AMC staff will transport you to Camp Nihan or Cedar Glen. PLEASE NOTE: 4pm pick up is at the site of your afternoon program (Cedar Glen or Camp Nihan). WE DO NOT TRANSPORT TO MC OR ANY OTHER LOCATION FOR HOCKEY OR GOLF WEEK.

Times for GOLF ONLY: There are two sessions for Golf. For ages 12 & up, the Head MC Golf Coach will run a clinic at Mt. Hood. For ages 8-13, retired Head MC Coach will run a clinic at Cedar Glen; ages 12 & 13 have a choice of either course. Cedar Glen is designed to help all abilities, especially beginners; Mt. Hood is designed for more advanced golfers. Check in time for bother sites is by 12:00pm; pick up time at both sites is 4:00pm. IN INCLEMENT WEATHER: We may need to cancel golf if course does not allow us on to play. We determine case by case what next steps are. We will ensure your child is safe and supervised until pick-up.

Sports Clinics: PACKING LISTS See below for general packing list; first, here are notes on specific gear for specific sports:
  • Lacrosse- Players should bring full gear, which includes helmet, stick, gloves, shoulder pads, chest protector, cup, etc. Sneakers or soft lax cleats (turf field) are required. Contact us if this equipment is not available to you; we will have limited equipment on hand if you give us at least two weeks notice.
  • Football- Sneakers or soft fball cleats (turf field) are required. This is no contact football session, so you do not need other fball gear.
  • Tennis- Bring your own racquet if you have one that you are comfortable with. Please wear hat and sneakers. We will have limited racquets available, so please let us know with two weeks notice if you need to use one so we can ensure enough equipment.
  • Baseball- Sneakers or baseball cleats are required. Bring your baseball glove and baseball hat. You can bring your own bat, but we recommend that a) you put your name on it and b) ensure you are responsible for it at all times. Most players also wear baseball pants.
  • Soccer- Sneakers or soft soccer cleats (turf field) are required. You can bring your own ball but be sure put your name on it.
  • Basketball- Sneakers are required; it is played indoors at MC gym. You can bring your own ball but be sure put your name on it.
  • Ice Hockey- Players should wear full hockey gear, including helmet, and bring 1-2 sticks. This is a no-check session, but full gear is needed. We do not have equipment, as this is not a beginner program, experienced players only. Players also participating in the Golf Clinic may leave their gear in the MC Varsity Locker Room, but AMC, MC, and rink are not responsible.
  • Golf- Players should wear appropriate golf wear: collared shirt, "dress" or khaki shorts with belt; no cut-off shorts or jeans. Sneakers or soft spike golf shoes are required. Metal spikes are not allowed. Golf, baseball, or other appropriate hat is required. Bring golf clubs if you have a set available for use: This is not a requirement, but please contact us with at four least weeks notice if you do not have clubs so that we will ensure we have enough equipment for all. We typically share clubs if you do not have.
GENERAL PACKING LIST: For both Day Camp and Sports Clinics, participants should wear appropriate sports/play clothes. Sneakers are required for all; other appropriate footwear may be noted for specific sports. Other packing items recommended and/or required.

A reusable water bottle with the athlete’s name on it is required. There will be water available on the fields, at camp at all times. In addition, all participants of DAY CAMP AND SPORTS CAMPS should bring the following:
_____ Backpack to carry belongings
_____ Sunblock (SPF 40 or higher)
_____ Hat for sun protection
_____ Change of clothes if appropriate
_____ Healthy snack

Please leave valuables, electronic devices (cell phones, videogames, Ipods, etc.) and other unnecessary or inappropriate items at home. AMC is not responsible for any lost, damaged, or stolen items.

Full Day program at Camp Nihan in Saugus: If your child will be attending full day program (i.e., FULL DAY AT DAY CAMP OR half day sports camp, half day recreational and outdoor day camp), we recommend these items are also packed for the day:
_____ Bathing suit and towel
_____ Dress according to the weather: we will still play outdoors even in the rain!

NOTE: Sandals and flipflops are not allowed for play during ANY of our sports programs, as our campers are active throughout the day. They are allowed on the beach at Day Camp only but NOT in other camp activities, such as hiking, outdoor games, sports. Sneakers are the best way to prevent foot and toe injuries.

Sports Clinics: HEALTH & MEDICATION POLICIES Your child will enjoy the activities most when he or she is taking care of his or her health, which includes drinking plenty of water, eating well, and getting a good night’s rest. A current physical and a copy of up to date immunizations are needed to ensure that the child’s physician has approved participation; this is due TWO WEEKS before camp (and is a state policy for summer camp participation). Be sure to highlight any FOOD ALLERGIES or other potential health problems at camp. If you have any concerns about your child’s health prior to or during camp, please contact the Camp Director. Our staff will always contact a parent about any health situations; if a parent is unavailable, then we will contact the adults listed as emergency contacts on the child’s application. Please keep those contacts current and be sure that you and/or those emergency contacts are available during your child’s stay.

For inhalers and epipens: These items must have your child’s name IN ITS ORIGINAL CONTAINER and Doctor’s orders/instructions for need and use. Please complete the Parent Permission Medication form as well. Athletes must be able to self-administer; staff can support, and are trained for emergencies. No Medication will be distributed during camp hours by Camp Staff except emergency care. Please speak to the Camp Director prior to camp start or on the first morning to discuss any medication concerns during camp hours.

Sports Clinics: DAILY SCHEDULE Below is a typical schedule of the sports programs. ALL PROGRAMS ARE HALF DAY UNLESS NOTED BELOW. Most run 8am-12pm, with the exception of football, and golf and hockey. There is an option for a full day program, with All Mass Camps providing transportation and staff supervision to our Day Camp program at the DCR camp called Camp Nihan in Saugus. Campers who participate in this program can be picked up directly at Camp Nihan in Saugus by 4:00pm. CAMPERS NEED TO BRING THEIR OWN LUNCH IF PARTICIPATING IN FULL DAY PROGRAM.

Sports Clinics at Malden Catholic Schedule*
8:00-8:15 am Check in
8:15-10:00am Warm-up sport activities, games, drills led by MC Coaches
10:00-10:15am Break for water, snack (Water available all day; be sure to pack water bottle for refill with name on it.)
10:15am-12:00pm Continue games, drills, strategy sessions led by MC Coaches
12:00pm Campers are picked up by parents (ages 8 & 9) or are cleared by parents to walk home (ages 10 & up)

  • Football Clinic runs 9am-11am only. It is for boys entering 7th-9th grade this fall.
  • Golf Camp runs 12:00-4:00pm, due to golf course availability.
  • Hockey Camp runs 8am-9:30am for Bantams, Midgets; 9:30-11am for Squirts & Peewees. Girls, all ages, can participate in 9:30 session
For those choosing the Full Day program:
11:30am/12:00pm Transportation with AMC Staff to Camp Nihan
12:00pm Bring your own Lunch
12:30-3:00pm Afternoon outdoor activities, such as swimming, hiking, sports, recreational games, craft, kayaking, fishing, and more
4:00pm Campers are picked up by parents at Camp Nihan

There are two MC Sports Clinics that are held offsite:
  • Golf camp takes full advantage of several sites in the area to best practice this sport. This camp meets at 12:00noon; parents drop off directly at site they register for (Mt. Hood or Cedar Glen). For those also doing Day Camp in the morning at Camp Nihan, AMC will walk campers to Cedar Glen (7 minute walk).
  • Ice Hockey is held at Valley Forum II in Malden. Parents will need to drop-off and pick-up children directly at this site, at the appropriate time for your program. Ages 8-11 runs from 9:30am-11am; ages 11 & up runs from 8am-9:30am.
Refund Policy: Full refunds are available through April 1st; refunds, less the $50 deposit, are returned if cancelled two weeks prior to start date of session. Due to the fact that we had a number of campers this past year cancel last minute, making it too late to add those on the waiting list, we ask that you please keep these important dates in mind.

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