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Camps & Clinics

De La Salle High School hosts athletic camps to provide a fun, skill-building week for kids. Appealing to local youth with a variety of athletic interests, De La Salle will offer sessions for Championship Football Camp, Basketball, Track and Field, Lacrosse, Wrestling, Volleyball, Baseball, Water Polo, Soccer, Swimming, Rugby and Strength and Conditioning. The mission of the De La Salle High School athletic camps is to offer children of all ages (male and female) the opportunity to participate and experience an enjoyable camp while at the same time providing assistance to the Bishop John S. Cummins program.

Camp Registration Includes:
  • Instruction from De La Salle Coaches, alumni and current student athletes
  • 1:8 coach to camper ratio
  • Camp Tee Shirt
  • Each camper will receive a certificate of participation
  • Weekly awards
  • Incoming K to 9th graders - for some camps

    Forms
    EXTENDED CARE INFO HERE


    2018 Camp Flyer

Contact Information

  • For More Information - summercamps@dlshs.org or call 925.288.8100 ext. 7090.
  • If you wish to be on our camp distribution list please click the link HERE and fill out your information!

*Financial aid is not available for any of our camps.*

Summer Camp 2017 - Highlights

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Camps

Football

Football

Bob Ladouceur's Championship Football Camp

Bob Ladouceur’s Championship Football Camp was established in 1988 to help teach sound, fundamental offensive and defensive football techniques to the pre-high school player. The coaching staff will use demonstration and individual drills to teach basic skills to both beginning and experienced players. Proper warm-up, physical conditioning, skills drills and review are part of each scheduled session. Coach Ladouceur will be assisted by his regular coaching staff and selected former players. Full contact is not a priority at this camp. Open to incoming 4th-9th graders.

June 18-21 - 8:30-3:30- Mon-Thu ONLY


Quarterback / Wide Receiver Camp

The purpose of the DLS QB/WR camp is to create an environment of greater understanding of, and the proficiency with, the fundamentals, techniques, skills, motivation, and sportsmanship necessary for success at the individual offensive skill positions in the sport of football. We also strive to expand the overall knowledge and strategy of offensive play and defensive coverage. Areas of instruction:

  • Quarterbacks — Stance, exchange, drops, set-up, sprint out, play action, screens, ball handling, option, reading defenses, and field leadership.
  • Wide receivers — Stance, start, release, route running, cuts, receiving, blocking, and reading defense
Session 1 - June 2 - 8:30-12:00
Session 2 - June 9 - 8:30-12:00

*Two separate camps. Same curriculum for both weeks! Open to incoming 4th-9th graders.


De La Salle Passing League Tourney - NFHS Schools ONLY

- 16 Top tier Varsity teams from Northern California! June 23rd!
- Guaranteed 5 highly competitive games. Round and elimination tournament
- Two Qualified Officials per game

Schedule:
8:00 - 8:45 / check-in and warmups
9:00 - 9:30 / First Round Pool Play
9:35 - 10:05 / Second Round Pool Play
10:15 - Third Round Pool Play
12:00 - Fourth Round
12:15 - Fifth Round

Game Format
- 7 on 7
- 30 minute game





Future Stars Premier Football Camp


The focus of the Premier Football Camp is to athletes, serious about Football, to the next level. The camp which will run Monday - Thursday will be focused on high level technique mirroring the Practice and Tradition of De La Salle's storied program. At the end of the week the athletes will have a comprehensive road map to success on the Football field and beyond.

+Must have your own pads OR rental from Coach Lad's camp
+June 25-28, 8:30 - 12:30
+Ages 13-16
+Example of daily schedule HERE














Soccer

Soccer

The DLS soccer summer camp is a terrific opportunity for boys and girls who look to excel in all aspects of the game. Athletes can expect to participate in competitive drills, skill development exercises and daily competitions between campers. Open to incoming 4th-9th graders.
Regular Session 1 - June 11-14 - 8:30-12:30


Academy/Advanced Training - - Open to ALL elite players 8th-12th grade. Focus is on technique, increasing tactical awareness and position specific functional training. Premier - Gold level players preferred as the camp is designed for those players who have already been exposed to an advanced level of training/competition.
July 23-26 - 8:30-10:30

Theatre / Broadcasting

Theatre / Broadcasting

Fine Arts Camps for Boys and Girls - Open to Incoming 7th-9th Graders

Improvisation "Comedy Sportz"


Dates: June 11-15
Times: 8:30-11:30a
Location: Theatre
Description: Campers will learn the rules and guidelines for improv as well as several performance type improv games. Week ends with "Comedy Sportz" game.
Cost: $175



Scene Shorts "Workout"


Dates: June 18-22
Times: 8:30-11:30a
Location: Theatre
Description: Campers will perform a rehearsed scene with a partner while demonstrating understanding of stage rules and creating believable characters with objectives and tactics. Week ends with Performance of "Scene Shorts."
Cost: $175



Musical Scene Mash-Up


Dates: June 25-29
Times: 8:30-11:30a
Location: Theatre
Description: Campers will create a new musical theatre scene by researching and selecting a Broadway song to embed in an assigned contemporary scene. Week ends with Musical Showcase!
Cost: $175


Spotlight Scripts


Dates: 3 weeks - June 11-29
Times: 12:30-3:30p
Location: Hofmann Center Conference Room & Theatre
Description: Want to write a blockbuster?! Want to see your ideas come to life?! Campers will write and perform in their own scripts. Ends in a performance of "Spotlight Scripts." Laptop or iPad required.
Cost: $450

Water Polo

Water Polo

High School Camp (incoming grades 9-12 for 2018/19 school year)
Dates:

June 5-7
June 12-14
June 19-21
June 26-28
July 10-11
July 17-19

Advanced: 8-9:30a High School - Varsity Experience
Intermediate: 9:30-11a High School (non Varsity) or club experience

Description: The DLS Water Polo camp is designed to help prepare athletes for their upcoming high school season. The camp will focus on building a fitness base for the start of the season as well as focusing on fundamental ball skills, positioning and game-like situations.

Cost $300

Age Group Camp Session #1
Ages: 5th-8th grade (grade for the 17/18 school year)
Dates: July 30-August 2
Times: 4-5:30p

Description: The DLS Water Polo age group camp focuses on fundamental ball skills, positioning and game-like situations.

Cost $120

Age Group Camp Session #2
Ages: 5th-8th grade (grade for the 17/18 school year)
Dates: August 6-9
Times: 4-5:30p

Description: The DLS Water Polo age group camp focuses on fundamental ball skills, positioning and game-like situations.

Cost $120

Strength, Speed & Agility

Strength, Speed & Agility

Head Strength & Conditioning Coach / Camp Director Mark Wine CSCS – PT, PES, CES

1 - HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETIC PERFORMANCE CAMP - Incoming 9th Graders
De La Salle’s Strength & Conditioning clinics are in place to develop and train incoming high school students on how to be an athlete. Development movements and exercises will be emphasized to develop the young athlete’s core, neurological system, kinetic chain, range of motion, flexibility, and speed & agility. Our highly educated staff will put forth a system of checks that will progressively work the young athletes through a progressive program. Development, strength, core, speed & agility training, and flexibility will be emphasized. We will be teaching them proper lifting techniques in power lifting, resistance training, and Olympic weight lifting. By learning and developing with light weight first, the young athletes will dramatically increase their chance of athletic success while reducing their risk of injury during future and current sport and training activities. No experience necessary. No need to attend ALL dates.

1-2:30p -- $175/session

Session 1
June 11, 13, 18, 20, 25 & 27
July 9, 11, 16, 18, 23 & 25

Session 2
June 12, 14, 19, 21, 26 & 28
July 10, 12, 17, 19, 24 & 26




2 - YOUTH CAMPS – (Incoming 5th-8th Graders)
De La Salle Strength & Conditioning camps are a great way to give youth access to professional training that will enhance their athletic abilities. DLS’s head Strength & Conditioning coach will run the youngsters through development exercises and movements to improve their core strength, coordination, agility, overall strength, power and Speed! Speed training starts in the weight room and here at DLS we embrace that concept. Proper exercise techniques will also be taught to all of our camp youngsters. When they leave camp their running capabilities will be significantly enhanced. Explosiveness and agility will also be taught through youth-friendly plyometrics, partner drills, and competitions. Dynamic warm-ups and static stretching will be included to promote a proper warm-up, flexibility, and overall conditioning. The importance of nutrition in athletics will be presented as well.

Session 1 - June 11-14 - 1-2:30
Session 2 - June 18-21 - 1-2:30

Wrestling

Wrestling

The De La Salle wrestling camp is designed as an introductory and intermediate level camp. We will be emphasizing the fundamentals needed to learn more advanced sport specific wrestling skills and tactics. Our curriculum is geared to prepare campers for beginner and intermediate level competitions. Open to incoming 4th-9th graders.

The De La Salle wrestling camp has five different learning components:

  1. Proper warm-up (stretching and lead-up exercises)
  2. Kinesthetic awareness exercises (tumbling)
  3. Review of basic wrestling skills and/or new wrestling skills
  4. Live wrestling
  5. Wrestling games.

The emphasis is for each of our students to learn the basic fundamental skills needed to wrestle at the junior high and high school levels. Camp will be held at the Concord Community Youth Center - 2241 Galaxy Ct.,Concord

Session 1 - June 25-28 - 1-3:30

Baseball

Baseball

The DLS baseball camp will give young players a chance to further develop their skills in every facet of the game. The camp will emphasize the proper techniques for each player's position and segment of the game (running, stealing, throwing, receiving, hitting, bunting, pitching, catching, outfield play and infield play). Drills and practice in all categories will be given to help strengthen and develop the player. Games will also be played so the coaching staff will be able to analyze and help the camper in real game situations and scenarios. Each camper will work hard but enjoy while learning the finer points of baseball.
Open to incoming 4th-9th graders.

Session 1 - June 11-14 - 8:30-12:30
Session 2 - July 9-12 - 8:30-12:30

Lacrosse

Lacrosse

Spartan Elite Lacrosse Camp

Ages: 5th-9th grade
Location: De La Salle High School, Concord CA

Session 1 - June 25-28 - 9-2


Winter Training

Volleyball

Volleyball

The De La Salle Volleyball Camp will give boys and girls entering Grades 4 - 9, the opportunity to learn from the De La Salle coaching staff and former standout student athletes. The camp will emphasize the proper techniques for each players position and segment of the game. Drills and practice in all categories will be given to help strengthen and develop the player.

Session 1 - July 9-12 - 1:30-5:30

Nike Elite Basketball Summer Tournament

Nike Elite Basketball Summer Tournament - To register click HERE

For more information on the event click HERE

Swimming

De La Salle Swimming Camps

Spring Clinics -

The De La Salle Spring Swimming Clinics are open to 14 under (non-high school) competitive swimmers. Participants should make sure that they are fully aware of the LYMA Contra Costa County Championship meet eligibility requirements, and not to exceed the total number of instructional hours allowed. The clinics will be focused on technique development covering all 4 strokes, starts, turns, etc. and taught by the DLS Swimming staff.
Ages 8-un swimmers must have one summer of swim team experience, familiarity with all strokes and be able to complete a 100 IM.
Swimmers must provide their own fins.
Space limited to 8 campers per session/age group.

SESSION 4 & 6 HAVE BEEN CANCELED

Schedule
Session 1 (M/W) - February 12, 14, 19, 21, 26 & 28
8-un - 6-6:30p
9-11 - 6:30-7p
12-up (no H.S.) - 7-7:30p

Session 2 (Tu/Thu) - February 13, 15, 20, 22 & 27
8-un - 6-6:30p
9-11 - 6:30-7p
12-up (no H.S.) - 7-7:30p


Session 3 (M/W) - March 5, 7, 12, 14 & 19
8-un - 6-6:30p
9-11 - 6:30-7p
12-up (no H.S.) - 7-7:30p

Session 5 (M/W) - March 26, April 2, 4, 9 & 11
8-un - 6-6:30p
9-11 - 6:30-7p
12-up (no H.S.) - 7-7:30p







Basketball

Basketball

De La Salle Basketball Camps are aimed at creating a fun and safe environment while teaching the fundamentals of the game. Each De La Salle basketball Camp will be staffed by the De La Salle Basketball Coaching Staff, current student-athletes, and alumni. Shooting, ball handling, passing, rebounding, defense, footwork, 1 on 1 moves, and big man moves will all be covered. Our camps will also incorporate and stress having the proper attitude, teamwork, and listening skills. Campers will be grouped by skill level and grade. Camp is open to K - incoming 9th graders. Boys and girls are welcome. We look forward to seeing you all this spring and summer at camp!!


Spring Break - April 2-5 - 8:30-12:30

Session 1 - June 11-14 - 8:30-12:30

Session 2 - June 18-21 - 8:30-12:30

Session 3 - June 25-28 - 8:30-12:30

Session 4 - July 9-12 - 8:30-12:30

Session 5 - July 16-19 - 8:30-12:30

Session 6 - July 23-26 - 8:30-12:30








Camp Staff/Coach Bios

Baseball 2017 Fall Instruction Staff HERE

Track & Field

Track & Field

The De La Salle track and field camp will give campers the chance to work with outstanding coaches and athletes. The camp will feature personalized instruction in high jump, long jump, triple jump, shot put, discus, sprints, hurdles, relays, and distance events. All participants will learn warm up and strengthening routines that are necessary for maximizing performance and reaching goals. Attention will also be given to the mental component of competition in an effort to properly prepare campers for success in track and field.

Session 1 - June 25-28 - 8:30-12:30