Camps and Clinics

Menlo Knights throughout the year.

Summer basketball campMenlo School camps and clinics are designed for student-athletes to learn from Knights coaches and staff and are offered throughout the year - whether it’s preparation for an upcoming season or simply for fun and to stay in shape in a high energy, positive setting. Camps and clinics are designed for motivated students to develop their skills, foster athleticism and promote sportsmanship.


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  • Open to students from all schools
  • Full- and part-day options for multi-sports and lacrosse camps. Sports offered in 2018:  baseball, basketball, football, lacrosse, soccer, softball, swimming, tennis, volleyball, water polo

Session 1 Boys: June 11-15 (grades 5-8) 9:30 am-noon
Session 1 Girls: June 11-15 (grades 5-8) 9:30 am-noon
Session 2 Boys: June 18-22 (grades 5-8) 9:30-noon
Session 2 Girls: June 18-22 (grades 5-8) 9:30-noon

The Menlo School Basketball Camps are designed to emphasize skill development through drills and game situations. Players will work on improving all facets of the game, including ball handling, passing and shooting, as well as defensive techniques and playing on and off the ball.

Lead Coaches
Boys - Keith Larsen, Menlo School varsity boys’  coach, middle school teacher
Girls - John Paye, Menlo School varsity girls’ coach, middle school teacher

Session 1 Full Day -  June 11-15  |  9:00 a.m.-3:30 p.m.  (grades 5-8)
Session 1 Half Day AM - June 11-15  |  9:00 a.m.-noon  (grades 5-8)
Session 1 Half Day PM -June 11-15   |  12:30-3:30 p.m. (grades 5-8)

Session 2 Full Day - June 18-22 | 9:00 a.m.-3:30 p.m. (grades 5-8)
Session 2 Half Day AM - June 18-22 | 9:00 a.m.-noon (grades 5-8)
Session 2 Half Day PM -June 18-22 | 12:30-3:30 p.m. (grades 5-8)

Menlo’s multi-sports camps give players in grades 5-8 the opportunity to play as many as six different sports. Campers have the option to participate in morning sessions, afternoon session or both. Every camp is coached by our Menlo coaching staff, all of whom are Middle School and Upper School coaches, and are skilled teachers  in each sport and are trained to encourage maximum participation and strong  sportsmanship. The sports offered are baseball, basketball, football, softball, tennis, soccer, swimming. For players participating in both sessions, there will be a supervised lunch period from noon to 12:30 p.m. Supervised lunch for full-day campers; dual-session campers should bring their own lunch. 

Leads (Menlo School Middle and Upper School coaches)
King Christian (program director)
Tim Benton, Malloy Hester, Mac Osborne

June 11-June 14  |  4:30-6:45 pm Monday-Thursday (grades 9-12)

The Menlo School boys’ soccer camps will help develop players’ individual technical skills as well as their tactical knowledge of the game in a fun, team-building environment. High school sessions are recommended for any student entering grades 9-12 who plans on playing soccer next season.

Lead coach
Marc Kerrest, Menlo School varsity boys’ soccer coach

SWIMMING (Intermediate-Advanced)
Session I  - June 11-15  |  3:00-3:45 p.m. (grades 5-8)
Session 2 - June 18-22  | 3:00-5:00 p.m.  (grades 5-12)

For swimmers who have the basics in all four competitive strokes, these small group lessons will focus on refining all strokes, turns and race starts; race strategy. Swimmers must be able to swim 100m freestyle and 25m backstroke, breaststroke and butterfly. Limited to eight swimmers per session.

June 18-June 22   |  3:30-5:30 pm (grades 5-8)

Menlo School volleyball camp will provide an opportunity for beginning through experienced volleyball players to improve their skills and work on rotation. The camp will focus on fundamental skill work including passing, serving, setting, hitting, individual defense, and blocking. 

Lead coach
Marco Paglialunga, Menlo School varsity volleyball coach

June 11-June 15, 3:45-5:15 (grades 5-9)

This session will focus on basic water polo fundamentals - offense and defensive. Students will then apply these core techniques to game-situation opportunities so that the athlete can immediately implement what’s learned into a relevant game setting. The Menlo Varsity Water Polo athletes and Coach Bowen will reflect on the program’s goal over the past 17 years, “Be Your Best,” and how campers can apply this same approach to their own life, in and out of the pool. 

Lead coach
Jack Bowen, Menlo School boys’ varsity water polo coach

 Summer camp 2017

Refund policy: No refunds once camp has started.