Offices & Resources

Summer Programs


St. Mark's Girls' Lacrosse Clinic

July 19—21, 2022
Grades 6 through 9 for the 2022-2023 school year
Time: 4:00 to 6:00 p.m.
Cost: $150

Sharpen your lacrosse skills this summer at St. Mark's with Head Varsity Coach, Channing Weymouth. Over the last nine years, Weymouth has led the Lions to four Independent School League (ISL) Championships and coached 10 All-Americans. Numerous players have gone on to compete at both the Division I and Division III levels. This summer, Weymouth will be joined on the coaching staff by former St. Mark's players, including current Virginia Tech Hokie, Sophie Student (SM Class of '20). The clinic will focus on player development, and participants will enjoy a fun atmosphere on the beautiful St. Mark's campus. Each day will include skill work, competitive drills, and mini scrimmages. The first hour of the clinic will take place on Sargent Turf Field, and the second hour will take place on Lawrence grass field, right at the front of the school. Pick-up and drop-off will both be at Sargent Turf Field. Please be sure to bring full water bottles, cleats, sneakers, goggles, a mouthguard, a stick, and goalie equipment (if applicable). Join us for some summer fun on the fields!

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Please contact Channing Weymouth via email at with any questions.

A Step Ahead (ASA) - Nike Basketball Camp

July 11—15 & July 18—22
We are very excited to return after a two-year absence, ASA - Nike camps will provide a fun yet competitive environment.
Camps are for boys and girls ranging from ages seven to 15

Space is limited


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Abbey Villa Soccer Club (AVSC)

Week of July 11
Abbey Villa Soccer Club (AVSC) believes that players should be given the freedom to express themselves on the pitch without the fear of making mistakes in a pressure-free, yet challenging environment. Our “total football” philosophy emphasizes developing complete players cognitively, technically & tactically so they can perform in any situation on the field. We believe developing the passion and love for the game is a key component of a player’s development.

  • Learn the clubs' methodology
  • Morning and afternoon training sessions
  • Evening games
  • Engage in fun activities off the field
  • On-campus dining and dorm-style lodging
  • Coaches and Advisors on Campus
  • Roommate Requests accepted
  • Camp t-shirts & ball provided!

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Trilogy Lacrosse's Future Aces New England Camp

Week of July 25
Trilogy Lacrosse's Future Aces New England Camp provides middle school lacrosse players who aim to play at the collegiate level with the skills, knowledge and opportunities to achieve those dreams. Players receive the appropriate amount of instruction, competition, and exposure to ensure they are prepared for the next steps of their lacrosse career.

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The Future Aces

The Future Aces will be an Extended Day Camp with meals provided while players are on-campus but no overnight housing. The camp features three field sessions (morning, afternoon, and night), meals during the course of the day (lunch + dinner), and classroom sessions (staff personal journeys, film breakdown). It also includes the unique Future Aces elements such as the Parent Presentation (via Zoom the week prior), Combine, Personal Evaluations (delivered after the event), and Raffle on the last day.

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The Goalie School - US Sports Camps

June 22—24
The Goalie School. Coach Pilat has put together one of the most innovative curriculums for goalies wishing to improve their skills. Individual analysis, extensive videotaping of each goalie, and new methods of teaching techniques and footwork are all elements of the Goalie School.

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Summer 2023: CAS Trips' Global Student Conference




CAS Trips' Global Student Conference sees young changemakers from around the world gather together to engage in plenary sessions and workshops with leading academics to tackle the most pressing global issues of our times.

Set in the stunning academic backdrops in North America (St. Mark’s College campus), Europe, and Asia, students also explore the local culture and environment with an immersive program of activities as well as being challenged to create a collaborative long-term community impact project.

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Questions? Contact:

Bob Rojee

Director of Auxiliary Programs