Improve Your Skills at the 2022 SVHS Camp of Champions

Take your game to the next level this Summer!

Whether you’re a beginner or a serious athlete, the SVHS Camp of Champions offers all students an opportunity to enhance your athletic potential. Based on last year’s participation, the camps are expected to reach capacity quickly. Sign-up now! Camps will include:

● Skill integration, competition and games
● Speed, agility and power development
● Sports nutrition information

Camp Quick Facts

  • June 13 – Aug 13
  • 1st – 12th grade 
  • $200 per session
  • Space Limited

From the Field to the Court: Interactive, Instructional and Fun!

Our programs are instructional, providing students a safe and structured environment.

The SVHS athletic camps focus on skill building in key sports on the field and court as well as general athletic development. Skills instruction and drills will focus on improving each individual’s strength, agility and endurance on the field.  Our elite coaching team will also provide important information to help young athletes understand the basics of sports nutrition and how to reduce injuries during on-the- field play.

For visual and performing arts camps, this promises to be a fun time of creating art, exploring, performing and making new friends.  The ceramics instructor is SVHS faculty member Evan Hobart who has taught ceramics at a number of Northern California colleges and universities.  The drama camp instructor is SVHS faculty member Juliet Noonan who previously was the Education Director at 6th Playhouse in Santa Rosa.

Boys & girls welcome for all camps.

2022 Camp Schedule

June 13th thru June 22nd

  • Ceramics
  • 9:00AM to 12:00PM
  • Mon-Tue-Wed only
  • Rising 6th to 9th
  • $600 + $30 materials

June 20th thru June 23rd

  • Football Skills
  • 9:00AM to 12:00PM
  • Rising 4th to 9th
  • $200 / $150 for Sibling

June 22nd thru June 23rd

  • Football Lineman
  • 1:00PM to 4:00PM
  • Rising 4th to 9th
  • $100  

June 27th thru June 3oth

  • Speed & Agility
  • 9:00AM to 12:00PM
  • Rising 4th to 9th
  • $200 / $150 for Sibling

June 27th thru July 1st

  • Drama Camp 1
  • “Mining for Myths”
  • 9:00AM to 3:00PM
  • Rising 7th to 9th
  • $600 + $25 materials

July 5th thru July 8th

  • Volleyball Skills 1
  • 9:00AM to 12:00PM
  • Rising 4th to 9th
  • $200 / $150 for Sibling

July 11th thru July 15th

  • Drama Camp 2
  • “Shakespeare”
  • 9:00AM to 3:00PM
  • Rising 3rd to 6th
  • $600 + $25 materials

July 11th thru July 14th

  • Basketball | Boys
  • 4th – 6th grades (9:30AM – Noon)
  • 7th – 8th Grades (1:30PM – 4:00PM)
  • 9th – 12th grades  (5:30PM – 8:00PM)
  • $200 / $150 for Sibling

July 11th thru July 14th

  • Soccer Skills
  • 9:00AM to 12:00PM
  • Rising 4th to 9th
  • $200 / $150 for Sibling

July 18th thru July 21st

  • Basketball | Girls
  • 9:00AM to 12:00PM
  • Rising 4th to 9th
  • $200 / $150 for Sibling

July 18th thru July 21st

  • Lacrosse Skills
  • 1:00PM to 4:00PM
  • Rising 4th to 9th
  • $200 / $150 for Sibling

July 25th thru July 28th

  • Volleyball Skills 2
  • 1:00PM to 4:00PM
  • Rising 9th to 12th
  • $200 / $150 for Sibling

August 12th and 13th

  • Cheer
  • 9:00AM to 3:00PM
  • Ages 5-14
  • $100

Speed and Agility Camp

This fun and interactive experience is geared to meet the widest range of needs for our athletes. Whether you’re a beginner or looking to elevate your game and enhance your athletic potential, this camp is for you. The skills and drills taught in this camp will improve your functional strength, speed, agility, quickness and power while reducing the risk of sports-related injuries.

● Speed Integration, Competition and Games
● Speed, Agility and Power Development Exercises
● Testing | 20/40 yard dash, broad jump, pro-agility
● Sports Nutrition Information

Campers will be guided and trained by Cameron Eisenhauer, SVHS Strength & Conditioning Coach and Northern State University Football alumnus and his team of professional athletic trainers.

June 27-30

9:00AM to 12:00PM | Rising 4th thru 9th grades 

Football Camps

Led by the St. Vincent’s Head Varsity football coach Trent Herzog and his Championship Mustang Varsity staff, camps will emphasize fundamentals with specifics for each position.  There will be guest speakers each day including college coaches along with college and former NFL players.

Skills – June 20-23

9:00AM to 12:00PM | Rising 4th thru 9th grades  

Linemen – June 22-23

1:00PM to 4:00PM | Rising 4th thru 9th grades 

Basketball Camps

Directed by Tom Bonfigli, 7th all time winningest coach in California history, including 17 league championships. Joining Tom on this stellar staff are Nick Iacopi and John Martinelli, Men’s Basketball coaches at St. Vincent de Paul High School.  (Read more about Coach Bonfigli here).

Our camp will focus on footwork, passing, shooting, defensive fundamentals, sliding and the four phases of defense.  We will provide additional instruction in post moves, attacking the basket, decision-making and moving without the ball.  A critical component of our camps include explanation and application of the rules. Each session is limited to 30 athletes.

Boys | July 11-14 

9:30AM until Noon | 4th through 6th grade

1:30PM to 4:00PM | 7th through 9th grade

5:30PM to 8:00PM | 9th through 12th grade

Girls | July 18-21 

9:00AM until Noon 


Visual and Performing Arts Camps

Ceramics | Join SVHS faculty member Mr. Evan Hobart and learn about the wonderful world of ceramics. In this 6 day program that spans over two weeks, students will learn various hand building and pottery techniques. Students will also be exposed to glazing and firing their ceramic works. Some fun and basic drawing techniques will also be taught in the camp as well. This promises to be a fun time of creating art and making new friends.

Mr. Hobart taught ceramics at San Jose State University, Medicine Hat Community College, Mendocino College, College of Marin, as well as private classes at Sweet Spirit Ceramic Studio in San Rafael, California. From 2011-2012 Hobart was an Artist in Residence at Medalta in Medicine Hat, Alberta, Canada. Evan was the Ceramics Program Manager at the Mendocino Art Center from 2014-2019. 

July 13-22

9:00AM until 12:00PM | Rising 6th through 9th graders

Drama | will be directed by our Drama instructor, Juliet Noonan who has been teaching theater students for close to 20 years and worked with a range of age groups from K-12 to college within private and public education. Previously, Juliet was the Education Director at 6th Playhouse in Santa Rosa where she taught and directed plays for seven years. In addition to her teaching expertise, Ms. Noonan is an accomplished actress who has worked for several theatre companies in the Bay Area. 

Drama Camp 1 – Mining for MythsExplore ancient myths and create an original play. Students make comparisons between creation myths then write an original creation myth play script to perform for an audience.  Curriculum resource: Kennedy Center Education

Students will: 

  • Describe the basic elements of the myths.
  • Compare two creation myth stories and their basic elements.
  • Collaborate in groups to research and gather information about a culture.
  • Write an original play with elements of creation myths and facts about a culture. 
  • Participate in improv and movement.
  • Create masks, set design and costumes that are utilized in the final production. 
  • Perform an adapted Myth performance for an audience.   

June 27 thru July 1

9:00AM until 3:00PM | Rising 7th through 9th graders

Drama Camp 2 – Shakespeare CampLearn what it takes to train as an actor through movement, vocal and subtext work…and explore the life and times of the “Bard”.

Students will: 

  • Perform an original adaptation of a classic Shakespearean play!
  • Collaborate in groups to research Shakespeare’s life and his plays.
  • Participate in creating characters, playing improv games, creative movement.
  • Work on mask making, set design and costumes for the final production.

July 11-14

9:00AM until 3:00PM | Rising 3rd through 6th graders


Volleyball Camps

Led by Karina Martin Sundberg, the volleyball camps this summer will focus on improving on basic skills, explosive footwork and bringing each athlete’s game to a higher level. Prior to arriving at St. Vincent de Paul High School, Karina worked as the Head Strength and Conditioning Coach and Assistant Volleyball Coach at College of Marin.  She has 10 years of experience as a volleyball player, playing professionally in Brazil.  She played at the Division 1 level at Fresno State where she also earned a degree in Kinesiology & Physical Education.  

Camp 1 | July 5-8  

9:00AM to 12:00PM | Rising 4th thru 9th grades

Camp 2 | July 25-28  

1:00PM to 4:00PM | Rising 9th thru 12th grades


Soccer Skills Camp

Campers will enjoy conditioning, agility and strength drills and one-one-one soccer skills instruction.  There will be no games or scrimmages.  Whether your player is a beginner or looking to elevate his or her game, this camp will provide both the physical outlet and specialized advice only experience can provide. For boys & girls currently in 3rd thru 8th grade.

Campers will be guided and trained by Michael Briceño, owner of the Briceño Soccer Club and Head Coach of Men’s and Women’s Soccer at St. Vincent de Paul.  Michael has been coaching soccer for over 25 years and played internationally, including the U23 US Men’s team.  He will be supported by a professional staff including Briceño Soccer Club staff.

July 11-14

9:00AM until 12:00PM| Rising 4th through 9th graders


Lacrosse Camp

Coordinated by Ed Evans, the head lacrosse coach for St. Vincent de Paul High School.  (Read more about Coach Evans here).  A focus on fundamentals; catching, passing and scooping.  Building lacrosse IQ by explaining the why(s) and how(s) of what we practice.  We will emphasize stick skills and movement not physical contact.

This fun and interactive experience is geared to meet the widest range of needs for our athletes. Whether you’re a beginner or looking to elevate your game and enhance your athletic potential, this camp is for you.

July 19-21 

12:00PM to 4:00PM | Rising 4th thru 9th grades 

Cheer Camp

This annual Cheer Camp for kids is hosted by the Mustang Cheer team and their coaches.  Campers will be given many opportunities to develop cheer skills including basic stunting and dance routines with the ability to practice them in a group formation. Each day ends with a special performance for the family to watch the campers and cheer squads demonstrate what they have learned.

August 12-13

9:00AM to 3:00PM | Ages 5-14 

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) About SVHS Summer Camps

Yes, our programs are co-ed unless specifically noted.  

The decisions about constructing camp offerings are determined by a variety of factors.  First and foremost, our ability to secure the highest quality instruction in a specific area because we intend for our programs to be the highest quality offering in our area.  Second, we want to offer a mix of camps for children of many age groups that are a good compliment to one another.  Also, we certainly do not simply want the same programs every summer.  Finally, we do listen to input from parents and student-athletes to gauge the interest level in our community.  

The SVHS Camp of Champions tailors its programs to introductory, intermediate and more advanced players. Groups will be divided by age and then by ability. Fun and enjoyment are priorities in our programs.  Unless otherwise noted, the emphasis is on learning skills and techniques in a low pressure, appropriately competitive environment.

If your child is interested in attending, please sign-up now and make your non-refundable payment. 

Our camps are lead by our experienced and professional instructors and coaches and fill up quickly, so register your student now!  If for any reason, a camp is not allowed or is cancelled; you will receive a full and immediate refund.
For assistance please contact:
Cameron Eisenhauer
Director, Camp of Champions