In addition to our traditional summer school program, Salisbury Summer School is offering students the opportunity to extend their learning experiences to a variety of other endeavors. Our 725-acre campus, situated in Litchfield County, CT, offers summer camp programs for young athletes looking to hone their skills in our world-class facility.
Participants in our sports summer camp programs will have full access to campus amenities, including our dining hall, fitness center and dorm-style residences. Working closely with a team of instructors, they will develop the physical, technical and mental skills necessary to take their athletic careers to the next level.
Whether you’re interested in squash, rowing or lacrosse, our boarding sports camps are a unique opportunity to train with the best in a lush setting that’s removed from the distractions of home. Programming is developed and delivered by leading independent sports organizations in accordance with recognized instructional standards.
If you’re interested in sending your child to one of the sports summer camps Connecticut’s Salisbury Summer School hosts, read on to learn more about programming and application details.
Typically, we offer the following camps; should have any interest in any of these camps please contact Lynne Flanagan at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Salisbury Rowing Camp for Boys
- Our goal is to further develop a limited number of young oarsmen – technically, physically and mentally – with a curriculum constructed and implemented by experienced educators of boys.
- Questions about the program may be directed to Camp Director Kyle Beatty at email@example.com or 860-806-0343.
- ISA Mission: The International Squash Academy was developed to provide junior squash players with an incomparable opportunity to learn from the top coaches and players in the game.
The 3d Rising DIII Showcase is the first lacrosse showcase to take a holistic approach to player development, while guaranteeing top exposure. With 44 top DIII programs and only 84 players in attendance last year, players received maximum exposure at a 2:1 player to college coach ratio.
Each of these are officially sanctioned camps associated with Salisbury Summer School. Although offered under the umbrella of Salisbury Summer School, these camps are run by fully vetted outside programs and require separate registration and tuition.