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Sports Camps

2024 sports camps will be available soon! See camps and programs that ran in 2023 below.

Level-up your game this summer with sports camps taught by Loomis Chaffee coaches and several internationally-recognized athletics programs.


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Nike Track & Field Camp

June 25–29, 2023

The US Sports/Nike Track & Field Camp (co-ed, ages 10-18) at Loomis Chaffee offers experienced coaching for high school and middle school students in all track and field events (except the pole vault and hammer). Director Scott Purdy’s Loomis Chaffee track and field team has won six straight Founders League Championships and the Division 1 New England title in 2018, and seven of his athletes this spring have qualified for Outdoor High School Nationals. He and his staff look to bring fun and instruction again this summer through workouts and lectures on topics including training, technique, plyometrics, motivation and goal setting, nutrition, and much more. Boarding and Day options available.

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GameBreaker Lacrosse Camp

June 26–29, 2023

Join Loomis Chaffee’s Head Girl’s Lacrosse Coach, Stephanie Bissett, and her staff for GameBreaker Lacrosse Camp. This half-day camp, open to girls ages 6–16 of all ability levels, provides athletes with the opportunity to become better lacrosse players by learning from the best coaches and players in the game today.

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Rafa Nadal Academy

July 10–15, 2023

The official Rafa Nadal Academy camp comes to The Loomis Chaffee School to offer the same high performance tennis methodology and training used at the highly successful official Rafa Nadal Academy in Mallorca, Spain. In separate daytime and evening sessions, boys and girls ages 9–18 and adults work with coaches from the Rafa Nadal Academy with both on and off court training. The camp appeals to a range of players and offers a total tennis experience not available anywhere else. 

Loomis Chaffee faculty, alumni, and current families can input LOOMIS10 to receive a 10% discount.

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Arsenal Soccer Camp

July 10–14, 2023

Premier league giants Arsenal FC will be running a one week soccer camp at The Loomis Chaffee School. Designed for boys and girls of all abilities ages 7–14 the camp gives young players access to official Arsenal coaches and the same successful training methods used at the Arsenal academy in London. Training sessions have been designed for players to improve the fundamental techniques of soccer with repetition and at match tempo. Players will be given a complete perspective on soccer tactics to understand each role and position and how they are related — all in a fun and supportive environment.

Loomis Chaffee faculty, alumni, and current families can input LOOMIS10 to receive a 10% discount.


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Nutmeg Volleyball Camp

Starting July 23, 2023

Nutmeg Volleyball Camp at The Loomis Chaffee School, home of the 2018 Class A New England Champions, and Founders League Champions for the last five years, includes top quality volleyball instruction and 24-hour supervision with the goal of providing a safe and fun volleyball experience for girls ages 10–18. Nutmeg Volleyball Camp is owned and operated by Jeff Dyreson, head coach of the Loomis Chaffee Varsity Volleyball team.

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PGC Basketball Camps
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PGC Basketball Camp

August 7–11, 2023

Loomis Chaffee is excited to welcome PGC Basketball camp to campus this summer! Open to all incoming 7–11 graders, PGC Basketball teaches players the uncommon skills, habits and mindset that coaches at the high school, NCAA, NBA and WNBA level mostly look at when deciding who they want playing on their team. Players who attend PGC learn how to “think the game” so they can separate themselves from every other player on the court.