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Boston College Football Camps

 

We are excited to have the 2018 Boston College Camp Season upon us.  This year the Boston College Football Camps will be hosted in Alumni Stadium while construction to the fieldhouse is finished.  As always the 2018 camps will be open to all participants only limited by total space available and the grade entering.

 

This year we will have a high school 1-day on June 3rd, our first 2-day session June 15th-16th, our second 2-day session June 22nd-23rd and a youth clinic on June 24th.

 

We can’t wait to see you this summer! Go Eagles!

Steve Addazio

 

If unable to pay with a credit card, please contact bcfbcamp@bc.edu or 617.552.3010 for a paper application.


June 2018

Elite High School 1-Day Clinic

06/03/2018 ~ Sunday Registration Ends: 06/03/2018$105.00 | Boston College Main Campus Chestnut Hill, MA 02467

Entering Grades 9-12 in Fall 2018and Post Graduates |Starts:7:50am /Ends:2:45pm


OPEN EVENT IN NEW WINDOW

Description

The Elite 1-Day camp is designed to teach, develop, and improve skills for all offensive and defensive positions in football. This camp is a contact free camp. Helmets are still required but shoulder pads are not.

 

Details 
A certified Athletic Trainer will be present
Lunch and a T-Shirt is included

All camp activities will be held on Field Turf and Astro Turf surfaces.

 

Staff: All campers will be instructed by each of the Boston College positional coaches and select visiting coaches.

 

Schedule
07:50am ... Registration and Testing
09:45am ... Camp Opening Meeting
10:00am ... Agility Instruction
10:30am ... Individual Drills
11:30am ... 1 on 1
11:45am ... Lunch/Presentation
01:40pm ... Individual Drills
02:50pm ... ROA/DEF Drills
03:10pm ... 1 on 1
04:00pm ... Camp Closes

 

Things to bring
Helmet
Football Grass Cleats (preferably molded bottoms)
Sneakers
Athletic Supporters
Sun Screen
Athletic Socks
Sweat Shirts, Tee Shirts, Gym Shorts, & Sweat Pants
Towel

 

Protection of Minor Statement
Boston College's policy on the Protection of Minors is designed to provide a safe environment for minors when on the Boston College campus, or while participating in University-sponsored activities off campus. This Policy is intended to apply to University-sponsored activities involving minors, and programs for minors sponsored by non-University organizations that operate in University facilities. All people associated with the program pass vigorous background checks and preventative instruction.

 

NCAA Rules
In compliance with NCAA regulations all campers will be invited to attend and participate limited only by age/grade entering and space available. Campers that have graduated from high school are still allowed to participate as long as they have not enrolled at a 2 or 4 year college.

 

Check-in

Registration starts at 7:50am.

 

Medical Documents Required

All campers will be required to provide a current physical and full immunization history to participate in the camp.  The physical must be within 24 months of the start of camp and can be the doctors own form or completed using the BC Physical Form.  A full immunization history must be provided as well.  The following immunizations are required and all dates must be MM/DD/YYYY:

  • DPT/DTP/DTaP min of 4 doses but usually 5 (does not include Tdap or Td Booster)
  • Polio (IPV or OPV) min of 3 doses unless a mix of IPV and OPV are given then 4 doses required
  • MMR Combined min of 2 doses or 1 shot of each of the following: measles, mumps, rubella.
  • Tdap/Td booster min 1 dose required within the last 10 years
  • Hepatitis B Series min 3 doses

 

Directions 

Boston College is located in the Chestnut Hill section of Newton, Massachusetts.  The campus is approximately six miles west of the City of Boston.
 
FROM COMMONWEALTH AVENUE (Continue from * here)
** Boston Colleges main gate will be on your right as you drive down Commonwealth Ave.  At the bottom of the hill is St. Ignatius Church.  Make a right at the church and your next right into the lower campus entrance.  Follow Campanella Way around and park in the first garage you come to (Comm. Ave. garage).  After exiting the garage, continue via foot on Campanella Way to the Yawkey Center on your right.
 
FROM POINTS NORTH AND SOUTH
Take Interstate 95 (Route 128) to Exit 24 (Route 30).  Proceed east on Route 30, also known as Commonwealth Ave., and follow for approximately five miles to BC.  Continue from * above.
 
FROM POINTS WEST
Take Massachusetts Turnpike (I-90) to Exit 17.  At the first set of lights off the exit ramp, take a right onto Centre Street.  Follow Center St. to the fourth set of lights and turn left onto Commonwealth Ave for two miles to BC.  Continue from * above.
 
FROM DOWNTOWN BOSTON
Take the Massachusetts Turnpike (I-90) to Exit 17.  Take a left over the bridge after passing the Crowne Plaze hotel.  Take the first right onto Centre Street.  Follow Center St. to the fourth set of lights and turn left onto Commonwealth Ave for two miles to BC.  Continue from * above.
 
PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION (MBTA)
The Boston College branch of the MBTAs Green Line (B) ends at the Boston-Newton boundary on Commonwealth Ave.  Cross the street and walk by St. Ignatius Church.  Follow Campanella Way around to the right through lower campus and to the Yawkey Center.
 
FROM AIRPORT
When exiting the airport, take the Ted Williams Tunnel / Massachusetts Turnpike (I-90) west.  Follow directions From Downtown Boston listed above.

 

Miscellaneous Information

Refunds
Cancellations for camp must be received in writing via email to bcfbcamp@bc.edu. To receive a refund the camper must return the forwarded refund request form. Cancellations made prior to June 1 will receive a full refund. All refund requests made starting June 1, will be subject to a $25 administrative fee.

 

Please check your email regularly as this is our primary way to communicate. Any additional information that we need to convey as the camp draws closer will be passed on to you via the e-mail address that you supplied when you registered for camp. Please make it a habit to check your e-mail daily, this will eliminate any confusion and or miscommunication.

High School 2-Day Clinic (Session 1)

06/15/2018 - 06/16/2018 ~ Friday - Saturday Registration Ends: 06/13/2018$105.00 - $280.00 | Boston College Main Campus Chestnut Hill, MA 02467

Entering Grades 9-12 in Fall 2018 and Post Graduates


OPEN EVENT IN NEW WINDOW

Description

The Elite high school overnight camp is designed to teach, develop, and improve skills for all offensive and defensive positions in football. This camp is a contact free camp. Helmets are still required but shoulder pads are not.

 

Cost
Attend June 15th ONLY: $105.00 + Registration Fee
Attend June 16th ONLY: $105.00 + Registration Fee
Attend BOTH Days (NO housing): $190.00 + Registration Fee
Attend BOTH Days (WITH housing): $280.00 + Registration Fee

 

Times 
Check in: 8:00am (Day 1)
Camp Conclusion: 5:00pm (Day 2)

 

General Information

Information & Welcome Packet

 

Details 
A certified Athletic Trainer will be present
Lunch and a T-Shirt is included
Housing, dinner on day 1 and breakfast on day 2 is included for overnight campers

All camp activities will be held on Field Turf and Astro Turf surfaces.

 

Staff: All campers will be instructed by each of the Boston College positional coaches and select visiting coaches.

 

DAY 1

08:00am ... Registration and Testing
09:45am ... Camp Opening Meeting
10:00am ... Morning Instruction and Drills
12:00pm ... Lunch/Presentation
01:30pm ... Afternoon Instruction and Drills
04:00pm ... Camp Closes/Overnight to Dorms
05:00pm ... Dinner (Overnight Only)
06:00pm ... Video/Strength Meetings & 7 on 7/Razzle Dazzle (Overnight Only)
08:00pm ... Back to Dorms (Overnight Only)


DAY 2
08:30am ... Breakfast (Overnight Only)
08:30am ... Registration and Testing (New Campers Only)
09:45am ... Camp Opening Meeting
10:00am ... Morning Instruction and Drills
12:00pm ... Lunch/Presentation
01:30pm ... Afternoon Instruction and Drills
05:00pm ... Camp Closes/Move Out of Dorms

 

Things to bring
Helmet
Football Grass Cleats (preferably molded bottoms)
Sneakers
Athletic Supporters
Sun Screen
Athletic Socks
Sweat Shirts, Tee Shirts, Gym Shorts, & Sweat Pants
Towel
Pillows, Pillow cases, & Sheets
Blankets
Toiletries
Laundry Bags

 

Protection of Minor Statement
Boston College's policy on the Protection of Minors is designed to provide a safe environment for minors when on the Boston College campus, or while participating in University-sponsored activities off campus. This Policy is intended to apply to University-sponsored activities involving minors, and programs for minors sponsored by non-University organizations that operate in University facilities. All people associated with the program pass vigorous background checks and preventative instruction.

 

NCAA Rules
In compliance with NCAA regulations all campers will be invited to attend and participate limited only by age/grade entering and space available. Campers that have graduated from high school are still allowed to participate as long as they have not enrolled at a 2 or 4 year college.

 

Check-in 

Registration starts at 8:00am on June 15th and 8:30 on June 16th.

 

Medical Documents Required

All campers will be required to provide a current physical and full immunization history to participate in the camp.  The physical must be within 24 months of the start of camp and can be the doctors own form or completed using the BC Physical Form.  A full immunization history must be provided as well.  The following immunizations are required and all dates must be MM/DD/YYYY:

  • DPT/DTP/DTaP min of 4 doses but usually 5 (does not include Tdap or Td Booster)
  • Polio (IPV or OPV) min of 3 doses unless a mix of IPV and OPV are given then 4 doses required
  • MMR Combined min of 2 doses or 1 shot of each of the following: measles, mumps, rubella.
  • Tdap/Td booster min 1 dose required within the last 10 years
  • Hepatitis B Series min 3 doses

 

Directions

Boston College is located in the Chestnut Hill section of Newton, Massachusetts.  The campus is approximately six miles west of the City of Boston.
 
FROM COMMONWEALTH AVENUE (Continue from * here)
** Boston Colleges main gate will be on your right as you drive down Commonwealth Ave.  At the bottom of the hill is St. Ignatius Church.  Make a right at the church and your next right into the lower campus entrance.  Follow Campanella Way around and park in the first garage you come to (Comm. Ave. garage).  After exiting the garage, continue via foot on Campanella Way to the Yawkey Center on your right.
 
FROM POINTS NORTH AND SOUTH
Take Interstate 95 (Route 128) to Exit 24 (Route 30).  Proceed east on Route 30, also known as Commonwealth Ave., and follow for approximately five miles to BC.  Continue from * above.
 
FROM POINTS WEST
Take Massachusetts Turnpike (I-90) to Exit 17.  At the first set of lights off the exit ramp, take a right onto Centre Street.  Follow Center St. to the fourth set of lights and turn left onto Commonwealth Ave for two miles to BC.  Continue from * above.
 
FROM DOWNTOWN BOSTON
Take the Massachusetts Turnpike (I-90) to Exit 17.  Take a left over the bridge after passing the Crowne Plaze hotel.  Take the first right onto Centre Street.  Follow Center St. to the fourth set of lights and turn left onto Commonwealth Ave for two miles to BC.  Continue from * above.
 
PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION (MBTA)
The Boston College branch of the MBTAs Green Line (B) ends at the Boston-Newton boundary on Commonwealth Ave.  Cross the street and walk by St. Ignatius Church.  Follow Campanella Way around to the right through lower campus and to the Yawkey Center.
 
FROM AIRPORT
When exiting the airport, take the Ted Williams Tunnel / Massachusetts Turnpike (I-90) west.  Follow directions From Downtown Boston listed above.

 

Meals 

Overnight camp meals will begin with dinner on the first day and end with breakfast on the last day.

 

Miscellaneous Information

Refunds
Cancellations for camp must be received in writing via email to bcfbcamp@bc.edu. To receive a refund the camper must return the forwarded refund request form. Cancellations made prior to June 1 will receive a full refund. All refund requests made starting June 1, will be subject to a $25 administrative fee.

 

Please check your email regularly as this is our primary way to communicate. Any additional information that we need to convey as the camp draws closer will be passed on to you via the e-mail address that you supplied when you registered for camp. Please make it a habit to check your e-mail daily, this will eliminate any confusion and or miscommunication.

High School 2-Day Clinic (Session 2)

06/22/2018 - 06/23/2018 ~ Friday - Saturday Registration Ends: 06/20/2018$105.00 - $280.00 | Boston College Main Campus Chestnut Hill, MA 02467

Entering Grades 9-12 in Fall 2018 and Post Graduates


OPEN EVENT IN NEW WINDOW

Description

The Elite high school overnight camp is designed to teach, develop, and improve skills for all offensive and defensive positions in football. This camp is a contact free camp. Helmets are still required but shoulder pads are not.

 

Cost
Attend June 22nd ONLY: $105.00 + Registration Fee
Attend June 23rd ONLY: $105.00 + Registration Fee
Attend BOTH Days (NO housing): $190.00 + Registration Fee
Attend BOTH Days (WITH housing): $280.00 + Registration Fee

 

Times 
Check in: 8:00am (Day 1)
Camp Conclusion: 5:00pm (Day 2)

 

General Information

Information & Welcome Packet

 

Details 
A certified Athletic Trainer will be present
Lunch and a T-Shirt is included
Housing, dinner on day 1 and breakfast on day 2 is included for overnight campers

All camp activities will be held on Field Turf and Astro Turf surfaces.

 

Staff: All campers will be instructed by each of the Boston College positional coaches and select visiting coaches.

 

DAY 1

08:00am ... Registration and Testing
09:45am ... Camp Opening Meeting
10:00am ... Morning Instruction and Drills
12:00pm ... Lunch/Presentation
01:30pm ... Afternoon Instruction and Drills
04:00pm ... Camp Closes/Overnight to Dorms
05:00pm ... Dinner (Overnight Only)
06:00pm ... Video/Strength Meetings & 7 on 7/Razzle Dazzle (Overnight Only)
08:00pm ... Back to Dorms (Overnight Only)


DAY 2
08:30am ... Breakfast (Overnight Only)
08:30am ... Registration and Testing (New Campers Only)
09:45am ... Camp Opening Meeting
10:00am ... Morning Instruction and Drills
12:00pm ... Lunch/Presentation
01:30pm ... Afternoon Instruction and Drills
05:00pm ... Camp Closes/Move Out of Dorms

 

Things to bring
Helmet
Football Grass Cleats (preferably molded bottoms)
Sneakers
Athletic Supporters
Sun Screen
Athletic Socks
Sweat Shirts, Tee Shirts, Gym Shorts, & Sweat Pants
Towel
Pillows, Pillow cases, & Sheets
Blankets
Toiletries
Laundry Bags

 

Protection of Minor Statement
Boston College's policy on the Protection of Minors is designed to provide a safe environment for minors when on the Boston College campus, or while participating in University-sponsored activities off campus. This Policy is intended to apply to University-sponsored activities involving minors, and programs for minors sponsored by non-University organizations that operate in University facilities. All people associated with the program pass vigorous background checks and preventative instruction.

 

NCAA Rules
In compliance with NCAA regulations all campers will be invited to attend and participate limited only by age/grade entering and space available. Campers that have graduated from high school are still allowed to participate as long as they have not enrolled at a 2 or 4 year college.

 

Check-in 

Registration starts at 8:00am on June 22nd and 8:30 on June 23rd.

 

Medical Documents Required

All campers will be required to provide a current physical and full immunization history to participate in the camp.  The physical must be within 24 months of the start of camp and can be the doctors own form or completed using the BC Physical Form.  A full immunization history must be provided as well.  The following immunizations are required and all dates must be MM/DD/YYYY:

  • DPT/DTP/DTaP min of 4 doses but usually 5 (does not include Tdap or Td Booster)
  • Polio (IPV or OPV) min of 3 doses unless a mix of IPV and OPV are given then 4 doses required
  • MMR Combined min of 2 doses or 1 shot of each of the following: measles, mumps, rubella.
  • Tdap/Td booster min 1 dose required within the last 10 years
  • Hepatitis B Series min 3 doses

 

Directions

Boston College is located in the Chestnut Hill section of Newton, Massachusetts.  The campus is approximately six miles west of the City of Boston.
 
FROM COMMONWEALTH AVENUE (Continue from * here)
** Boston Colleges main gate will be on your right as you drive down Commonwealth Ave.  At the bottom of the hill is St. Ignatius Church.  Make a right at the church and your next right into the lower campus entrance.  Follow Campanella Way around and park in the first garage you come to (Comm. Ave. garage).  After exiting the garage, continue via foot on Campanella Way to the Yawkey Center on your right.
 
FROM POINTS NORTH AND SOUTH
Take Interstate 95 (Route 128) to Exit 24 (Route 30).  Proceed east on Route 30, also known as Commonwealth Ave., and follow for approximately five miles to BC.  Continue from * above.
 
FROM POINTS WEST
Take Massachusetts Turnpike (I-90) to Exit 17.  At the first set of lights off the exit ramp, take a right onto Centre Street.  Follow Center St. to the fourth set of lights and turn left onto Commonwealth Ave for two miles to BC.  Continue from * above.
 
FROM DOWNTOWN BOSTON
Take the Massachusetts Turnpike (I-90) to Exit 17.  Take a left over the bridge after passing the Crowne Plaze hotel.  Take the first right onto Centre Street.  Follow Center St. to the fourth set of lights and turn left onto Commonwealth Ave for two miles to BC.  Continue from * above.
 
PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION (MBTA)
The Boston College branch of the MBTAs Green Line (B) ends at the Boston-Newton boundary on Commonwealth Ave.  Cross the street and walk by St. Ignatius Church.  Follow Campanella Way around to the right through lower campus and to the Yawkey Center.
 
FROM AIRPORT
When exiting the airport, take the Ted Williams Tunnel / Massachusetts Turnpike (I-90) west.  Follow directions From Downtown Boston listed above.

 

Meals 

Overnight camp meals will begin with dinner on the first day and end with breakfast on the last day.

 

Miscellaneous Information

Refunds
Cancellations for camp must be received in writing via email to bcfbcamp@bc.edu. To receive a refund the camper must return the forwarded refund request form. Cancellations made prior to June 1 will receive a full refund. All refund requests made starting June 1, will be subject to a $25 administrative fee.

 

Please check your email regularly as this is our primary way to communicate. Any additional information that we need to convey as the camp draws closer will be passed on to you via the e-mail address that you supplied when you registered for camp. Please make it a habit to check your e-mail daily, this will eliminate any confusion and or miscommunication.

BC Youth Football Clinic

06/24/2018 ~ Sunday Registration Ends: 06/22/2018$105.00 | Boston College Main Campus Chestnut Hill, MA 02467

Entering Grades 4-8 in Fall 2018


OPEN EVENT IN NEW WINDOW

Description

The youth camp is designed to teach, develop, and improve skills for all campers looking to learn and excel in football. This camp is a contact free camp. Helmets and shoulder pads are not required.

 

Details
A certified Athletic Trainer will be present
Lunch and a T-Shirt is included

All camp activities will be held on Field Turf and Astro Turf surfaces.

 

Things to bring
Football Grass Cleats (preferably molded bottoms)
Sneakers
Athletic Supporters
Sun Screen
Athletic Socks
Sweat Shirts, Tee Shirts, Gym Shorts, & Sweat Pants
Towel

 

Staff:  All campers will be instructed by each of the Boston College coaches

 

Schedule
09:00am ... Registration and Testing
10:30am ... Camp Opening Meeting
10:40am ... Agility Instruction
11:15am ... Offensive Practice
12:10pm ... Lunch/Presentation
01:45pm ... Tacking Circuit
02:20pm ... Punt, Pass and Kick tournament
03:00pm ... Fastest Camper
03:30pm ... Camp Certificates
03:40pm ... Camp Closing

 

Protection of Minor Statement
Boston College's policy on the Protection of Minors is designed to provide a safe environment for minors when on the Boston College campus, or while participating in University-sponsored activities off campus. This Policy is intended to apply to University-sponsored activities involving minors, and programs for minors sponsored by non-University organizations that operate in University facilities. All people associated with the program pass vigorous background checks and preventative instruction.

 

NCAA Rules
In compliance with NCAA regulations all campers will be invited to attend and participate limited only by age/grade entering and space available. Campers that have graduated from high school are still allowed to participate as long as they have not enrolled at a 2 or 4 year college.

 

Check-in

Registration starts at 9:00am.

 

Medical Documents Required

All campers will be required to provide a current physical and full immunization history to participate in the camp.  The physical must be within 24 months of the start of camp and can be the doctors own form or completed using the BC Physical Form.  A full immunization history must be provided as well.  The following immunizations are required and all dates must be MM/DD/YYYY:

  • DPT/DTP/DTaP min of 4 doses but usually 5 (does not include Tdap or Td Booster)
  • Polio (IPV or OPV) min of 3 doses unless a mix of IPV and OPV are given then 4 doses required
  • MMR Combined min of 2 doses or 1 shot of each of the following: measles, mumps, rubella.
  • Tdap/Td booster min 1 dose required within the last 10 years if entering grades 7-8.
  • Hepatitis B Series min 3 doses

 

Directions

Boston College is located in the Chestnut Hill section of Newton, Massachusetts.  The campus is approximately six miles west of the City of Boston.
 
FROM COMMONWEALTH AVENUE (Continue from * here)
** Boston Colleges main gate will be on your right as you drive down Commonwealth Ave.  At the bottom of the hill is St. Ignatius Church.  Make a right at the church and your next right into the lower campus entrance.  Follow Campanella Way around and park in the first garage you come to (Comm. Ave. garage).  After exiting the garage, continue via foot on Campanella Way to the Yawkey Center on your right.
 
FROM POINTS NORTH AND SOUTH
Take Interstate 95 (Route 128) to Exit 24 (Route 30).  Proceed east on Route 30, also known as Commonwealth Ave., and follow for approximately five miles to BC.  Continue from * above.
 
FROM POINTS WEST
Take Massachusetts Turnpike (I-90) to Exit 17.  At the first set of lights off the exit ramp, take a right onto Centre Street.  Follow Center St. to the fourth set of lights and turn left onto Commonwealth Ave for two miles to BC.  Continue from * above.
 
FROM DOWNTOWN BOSTON
Take the Massachusetts Turnpike (I-90) to Exit 17.  Take a left over the bridge after passing the Crowne Plaze hotel.  Take the first right onto Centre Street.  Follow Center St. to the fourth set of lights and turn left onto Commonwealth Ave for two miles to BC.  Continue from * above.
 
PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION (MBTA)
The Boston College branch of the MBTAs Green Line (B) ends at the Boston-Newton boundary on Commonwealth Ave.  Cross the street and walk by St. Ignatius Church.  Follow Campanella Way around to the right through lower campus and to the Yawkey Center.
 
FROM AIRPORT
When exiting the airport, take the Ted Williams Tunnel / Massachusetts Turnpike (I-90) west.  Follow directions From Downtown Boston listed above.

 

Miscellaneous Information

Refunds:
Cancellations for camp must be received in writing via email to bcfbcamp@bc.edu. To receive a refund the camper must return the forwarded refund request form. Cancellations made prior to June 1 will receive a full refund. All refund requests made starting June 1, will be subject to a $25 administrative fee.

 

Please check your email regularly as this is our primary way to communicate. Any additional information that we need to convey as the camp draws closer will be passed on to you via the e-mail address that you supplied when you registered for camp. Please make it a habit to check your e-mail daily, this will eliminate any confusion and or miscommunication.

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