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:

  • Last Free Swim at the McCallie Lake
  • Pizza Party in the Gameroom
  • Camp Out on the Football Field
  • Sports Clinics
  • Sunday Basketball School
  • Lacrosse Clinic
  • Swim Lessons – Year round, contact corcoran@mccallie.org
  • Tennis Clinics – Year round, contact evoges@mccallie.org
  • New Year’s Eve Lock-In Party

Holiday Clinic & Weekend at McCallie Upcoming Events!

 

NEW YEAR’S EVE LOCK-IN PARTY
December 31 – January 1
McCallie’s New Year’s Eve Lock-In Party will be from 7 PM on Dec. 31, 2017 –  9 AM on Jan. 1, 2018
The lock-in is for boys, ages 7-12.  This will be a great time of playing games, swimming, 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.

The cost is $118 which covers all food and events.  Please sign up soon as space is limited.

BASKETBALL SCHOOL for all boys, ages 6-12
Semester 2: Jan. 7, 14, 21, 28 & Feb. 4, 11, 18
Even if you didn’t attend the first semester of Basketball School, there is a spot for you in January!

Every Sunday on the McCallie Basketball Wood Floor from 3:30 – 5:30. (2nd floor of the SAC) Learning is progressive, each week will be different and more advanced. If you cannot attend all 7 weeks you will still have fun and learn!
$175 per Semester, you don’t have to attend Sem. 1 to attend Sem. 2
Director: McCallie Varsity Basketball Coach: John Shulman
(You don’t have to be a McCallie student to attend Basketball School)

The clinic 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.
  • V 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

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