McCallie Summer Camps is offering former campers and their friends the opportunity to take part in some fun weekend activities this Fall and throughout the school year.

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Fun Events:

  • FREE Co-Ed Sat. Feb. 2nd Dr. Pepper Basketball Clinic – FULL NO WAITLIST
  • Winter Pizza Party in the Gameroom
  • Tennis Clinics – Year round Saturday Clinics, $120/month, $30/clinic, High School Clinic is $160/month, $40/clinic. Contact to register.
  • Last Free Swim at the McCallie Lake – August 24th
  • Sunday LAX Academy – Varsity Lacrosse Coach Ryne Linsley – Dec. Clinics
  • Sunday Basketball School – Varsity Basketball Coach David Conrady – Oct. 28 – Dec. 2
  • Holiday Tennis Clinics Dec. 19, 20, 21 and/or Jan. 2, 3, 4  Co-Ed, all ages
  • New Year’s Eve Lock-In Party 12/31-1/1
  • Holiday Minecraft Camp – Hunger Games 12/21

Holiday Clinic & Weekend at McCallie Upcoming Events!

Dr. Pepper Classic Youth Basketball Clinic – FREE AND CO-ED
Saturday, Feb. 2
Boys and Girls, grades Rising 2nd-6th
McCallie Wood Floor Basketball Court

McCallie Head Coach David Conrady will team up with Coach Sean McAloon of nationally-ranked IMG Academy to offer a free youth basketball clinic as part of the annual Dr Pepper TEN Classic at McCallie.

Dr Pepper TEN Classic Information:
For the fourth consecutive year, some of America’s best high school basketball will be played right here on the campus of McCallie School! This year’s event features Top 3 nationally-ranked IMG Academy, two-time Georgia State Champions Holy Spirit out of Atlanta, Hamilton Heights Christian Academy and McCallie. This year, local teams Darlington of Rome, Ga., and Notre Dame of Chattanooga will join the festivities in a two-day, five-game classic.

But the games aren’t all that make the Dr Pepper Ten Classic such a special event. The weekend kicks off Feb. 1 when McCallie will host paralympic athlete Blake Leeper as keynote speaker at the Mountain View Auto Group Luncheon at 11:30 a.m. Following the luncheon and Leeper’s remarks, athletes will entertain guests and McCallie students in the Steam Logistics Dunk Contest.

Friday evening’s games will open with Chattanooga’s Hamilton Heights taking on Atlanta’s Holy Spirit at 6 p.m. followed by a huge showdown between McCallie and national powerhouse IMG Academy at 8 p.m.

Saturday, Feb. 2, will begin with the free youth basketball clinic in the morning followed by three more games: Darlington vs. Notre Dame (4 p.m.), Holy Spirit vs. IMG Academy (6 p.m.) and Hamilton Heights vs. McCallie (8 p.m.).

Dec. 19, 20, 21 and Jan. 2, 3, 4
Boys and Girls, all grades
1/2 day 9-12 or 12:30-3 $60 per day
Full day 9-3 $100 per day (Lunch NOT Included)
Director: Eric Voges, Director of McCallie Tennis
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Boys and Girls, ages 7-12
Dates: 12/21
9:00 – 3:30 pm (Lunch IS Included)
Cost: $110
Director: Tiffany Henry

Students will be washed up on a desert island and they must find ways to survive creating everything themselves from scratch using just the Minecraft blocks, their mining and crafting talents and their imaginations and ingenuity. The gathering of resources and development of bunkers gives children an insight into the various elements of survival, settlement, and exploration. Students will compete to be crowned victor and storm the local castle by solving the puzzles and avoiding the traps.

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December 31 – January 1
Boys only, ages 7-12
McCallie’s New Year’s Eve Lock-In Party will be from 7 PM on Dec. 31, 2018 –  9 AM on Jan. 1, 2019
Cost: $125

The lock-in is for boys, ages 7-12.  This will be a great time of flag football, battleball, climbing gym, squash, basketball, swimming in the indoor pool, Gameroom fun, watching a movie, enjoying pizza and celebrating the New Year in McCallie style!  Light breakfast will also be provided.

Campers will sleep in the McCallie wrestling room. Please bring: sleeping bag, pillow, a change of clothes, swim suit, towel, and non-scuffing shoes.  Adult staff and counselors from McCallie Summer Camps will supervise this fun event.

Please sign up soon as space is limited.

LACROSSE ACADEMY – Sundays, 2:30-4:00 pm
12/9 and 12/16
Open to boys ages 9 – 14.  Players will be divided based on skill level within each session.

Participants can sign up for each two-week curriculum for $100 or can sign up for all four two-week blocks at a discounted price of $350.

Goalies and face off guys will begin each session at 2:00 pm for no additional charge.

Each session we will focus on improving individual skills: shooting, dodging, shooting, footwork, shooting, defending, shooting, stick protection and more shooting!  Sessions will include competitive scenarios as well as individualized instruction. We will build team concepts such as clearing and transition, 3v2 and 4v3 scarios, and the two-man game, and put them to the test in live, but controlled, small sided scrimmages in each session.

Director: McCallie Varsity Lacrosse Coach: Ryne Linsley
Location: McCallie Practice Lacrosse Field, corner of Anderson and Dodds Avenue

BASKETBALL SCHOOL for all boys, Rising Grades 2-7 

Every Sunday, October 28 – December 2
3:30-5:30 pm
Cost: $175
Director: McCallie Varsity Basketball Coach: David Conrady
Location: 2nd floor of the SAC – Wood Floor

Learning is progressive, each week will be different and more advanced. If you cannot attend all 6 weeks you will still have fun and learn!

The School will focus on:
Right and left handed layups — Not easy but a must when dealing with tryouts and competition.
Speed layups — Layups in a game are MUCH faster than in practice, and that is why so many layups are missed in games.
Cuts — How to get open.
Spacing — So it doesn’t look like a young kids’ soccer game with everyone around the ball.
Passing and cutting — What to do and how to play.
BEEF — Shooting with Balance, Elbow in, Eyes on target, Follow through in the basket.
3-man weave — Passing, moving and thinking and shooting layups all at one time.
1-on-1 Defense— Stay between your man and basket.
Team Defense — Trying to stay between your man and basket.
3-on-3 passing and cutting — This is a great exercise as everyone is involved.
4-on4 passing and cutting — This is great as we start getting closer to 5-on-5, but with no one getting lost and everyone involved.
Ball handling — Stationary and moving, changing speed and direction