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All Mass Camps: Summer 2024


2024 Sports Clinics with Malden Catholic are open for Registration!  

Clinics run Monday-Thursday, times below.  Tuition is $175 unless noted below.

Coach Last Gender Sport Dates Time Ages
Alexa Hingston Girls Hockey $199 July 22-25 MW 4-5p; TuTh 1-2p Ages 10-17
Michael Colombo Girls Soccer Aug 5-8 9:00am-11:30am Ages 13-17
Bailey Chiccuarelli Girls Volleyball July 22-25 3:00pm-5:30pm Ages 11-14
John French Girls Tennis July 29-Aug 1 9:00am-11:30am Ages 10-17

Michael O'Connor Coed Golf $199 Aug 5-8 Golf Course time TBA Ages 11-16
Alisa Richardson Coed Cheerleading July 22-25 12:00pm-2:30pm Ages 8-17
Joy Leone Coed Running July 8-11 9:00am-11:30am Ages 10-17
Phil Baker Boys Rugby Aug 12-15 1:00pm-3:30pm Ages 13-17
Scott Elias Boys Soccer Aug 5-8 5:45pm-8:15pm Ages 9-16
Steven Caristinos Boys Tennis July 22-25 9:00am-11:30am Ages 10-17
Mike Saccomani Boys Lacrosse July 29-Aug 1 9:00am-11:30am Ages 10-17
David Valdez Boys Baseball June 17-20 9:00am-11:30am Ages 10-17
Boys Football July 22-25 9:00am-11:30am Ages 12-17

For morning clinics, players can join the afternoon Day Camp in Saugus (at DCR's Camp Nihan 131 Walnut Street) from 11:45am-4:00pm for an additional $50.  No transportation available. Pick up at 4pm in Saugus.

·        Weekly Sports Clinics, focusing on a different sport each week: Clinics take place at the beautiful Malden Catholic sports campus.  To check out more details on each clinic, including Coaches, visit  Malden Catholic's website (to be updated for 2024 soon).  You can also visit that webpage for other summer opportunities at Malden Catholic, such as Performing Arts camp and educational workshops.  Boys Basketball camp info is also on that site.

·        Sports Clinics run Monday-Thursday 9:00am-11:30am, unless noted above. Tuition is $175 per week unless noted above.

·        Clinics offered by Grade: Some clinics have limitations on ages.

Click on +REGISTER above to begin registration.

Refund Policy: Full refunds are available through May 1; refunds, minus the $50 deposit, are returned if cancelled by July 1. No refund if cancellation is after July 1.

An option of full day program for ages 8-13 is available, if interested in attending Day Camp at DCR Camp Nihan in Saugus. All Mass Camps CANNOT provide transportation; parents would have to arrange transportation from Malden Catholic at 11:30am to the Camp Nihan property in Saugus, and pick up in Saugus at 4pm. Camper can also attend on Friday all day, 8:00am-4:00pm. Day Camp offers swimming, kayaking, fishing, hiking, crafts, games, etc. Add’l fee of $50 to attend. Select your choice of Sports Clinic WITH DAY CAMP option to register.  

See below to learn more, see packing list, drop-off procedures and more.


Lisa Gillis, Day Camp Director [email protected]

All Mass Camps 781-484-2101

ALL MASS CAMPS’ PARENT Info 2024:  Sports Clinics at Malden Catholic

This Parent Handbook is shared annually with parents to provide info on schedules, what to bring, behavior expectations, etc. 

May 1 is deadline for full refund for Sports Clinics.  After this date, partial refunds are given (minus the $50 deposit) if cancellation is by July 1.  No refunds if after July 1. 

Sports Clinics take place at Malden Catholic High School’s campus, located at 99 Crystal Street Malden, MA 02148.  At this time, the only exception is Hockey Clinic, which takes place at Valley Forum II rink, located 50 Holden Street Malden, MA 02148.

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This camp must comply with regulations of the MDPH & be licensed by Malden Board of Health.  (105 CMR 430.190(C))

All Mass Camps’ Mission:  Provide youth with enriching sports and outdoor recreational experiences, giving children and teens a chance to learn new skills, develop confidence in sports and the outdoors, make new friends, and appreciate all the summer and out-of-school time has to offer. 

Malden Catholic coaches, assistant coaches, and high school varsity players lead drills, skills, scrimmages, and strategy for different age groups. All coaches, assistants, and athletes are also expected to follow Malden Catholic’s values of leadership, sportsmanship, teamwork, and character.

This non-denominational program strives to offer athletes the chance to learn new skills or master established ones in a different sport each week, including baseball, soccer, football, ice hockey*, basketball, cross country, lacrosse, and an intro to rugby*. Malden Catholic’s facility includes new turf fields, tennis courts, grass fields, indoor court, and indoor space in case of inclement weather. *See different times below. Hockey takes place at Valley Forum II rink in Malden.

Refund Policy: Full refunds are available through April 1; refunds, minus the $50 deposit, are returned if cancelled by June 1. No refund if cancellation after June 1.

Sports Clinics: PACKING LISTS

For both Day Camp and Sports Clinics, participants should wear appropriate sports/play clothes.  Sneakers are required for all; other appropriate footwear may be noted for specific sports. Other packing items recommended and/or required.   All participants of DAY CAMP AND SPORTS CLINICS should bring the following:  More details below, including what to bring for specific sport.

               _____ Re-usable water bottle with NAME ON IT

               _____ Backpack to carry belongings

               _____ Sunblock (SPF 40 or higher

               _____ Hat for sun protection

               _____ Healthy snack

               _____ Medication that is needed while at camp (inhaler, Epipen, etc.), in original container 

                              (more important details on medication below)

Please leave valuables, electronic devices (cell phones, videogames, Ipods, etc.) and other unnecessary or inappropriate items at home.  AMC is not responsible for any lost, damaged, or stolen items.

·        A water bottle with the camper’s name on it is required.  There will be water available at camp at all times.  

 ·        Bring your own snacks.  We ask NO NUTS be brought to camp.  NO SHARING OF FOOD.  We also ask that you think about the environment:  Reusable sandwich and snack containers are great!  We introduce Leave No Trace and try to keep trash at a minimum.  ALL CAMPERS TO BRING TRASH BACK HOME WITH THEM. 

·        Backpack to carry belongings:  Please be sure that all of your child’s needs can stay in one backpack, as staff will have to monitor any items that are not with the camper or held at the camper’s home base (the location that camper stores that bag).  Lost & Found items will be removed from camp at the end of the day UNLESS THEY ARE MARKED WITH CAMPER’S NAME, in which case they will be placed in a trash bag and marked with their name until camper picks up.

·        Sunblock (SPF 50 or higher):  Please have campers put sunblock on before they arrive.  It can take some time for sunblock to begin working. We recommend that campers bring sunblock in case they need to put on a 2nd time.  Teach your child how to properly put on sunblock; for younger campers, staff can help with parent permission but best if they can do on their own.

·        Hat for sun protection is highly recommended

·        Sneakers or appropriate footwear

·        Change of clothes:  if needed. 


Morning drop-off times for Sports that take place at Malden Catholic facilities are 8:45-9:00am Monday-Thursday. (or up to 15 minutes before your session begins) If you arrive after 9:00am, follow procedures for late check-in station.  If parent knows ahead of time that their child will be late (due to dr’s appt, summer school, etc.), please inform the Sports Coordinator ASAP to determine best check-in spot. 

Afternoon pick-up times for Sports Clinics is at 11:30am Monday-Thursday (or at end of session).  Ages 8 & 9 must be checked out by parent, or picked up by approved teen or adult (approved by parent). Ages 10 & up are able to walk home WITH PARENT PERMISSION but still need to check out with staff.  Ages 8 & 9 year old can be picked up by teen or other adult approved by the parent; parents are asked to put in writing any changes in pick up as well as approved adults/teens.  If child needs to leave earlier than 11:30am (or dismissal time(, child must be signed out by Sports Coordinator.  If parents are late due to emergency, please contact Sports Coordinator to let our staff know of the situation.  Otherwise, late fees may apply if child is not picked up by 11:30am.  If your child is attending the afternoon session of Day Camp, parent must provide transport by 11:30am; pick up at end of Day Camp day is at 4:00pm at the Day Camp location, Camp Nihan in Saugus.

HOCKEY ONLY:  Held at Valley Forum Rink      50 Holden Street in Malden, MA

The rink is open at least 30 minutes before first session, and players and parents must check in with Sports Coordinator upon arrival in the lobby of the rink.  This age group must also check out with parent or other approved adult, unless ages 10 & older and parent permission to walk home.  Locker room is open for players to get ready to be on ice as soon as Zamboni is off ice.  We also ask that players and parents check out before departure ages 8-10.  All Mass Camps, MC, and Valley Forum II rink are not responsible for lost or stolen items. 

Here are notes on specific gear for specific sports:

• Lacrosse- Players should bring full gear if they have it (boys- helmet, stick, gloves, shoulder pads, chest protector, cup, mouthguard, etc.; girls- stick, goggles, mouthguard).  Sneakers or soft lax cleats (turf field) are required.  If you do not have full lax equipment, bring what you have.  Contact us if this equipment is not available to you; we may have limited equipment on hand if you give us at least two weeks’ notice.

• Football- Sneakers or soft fball cleats (turf field) are required.  This is no contact football session, so you do not need other fball gear.

• Tennis- Bring your own racquet if you have one that you are comfortable with.  Please wear hat and sneakers.  We will have limited racquets available, so please let us know with two weeks’ notice if you need to use one so we can ensure enough equipment.

• Baseball- Sneakers or baseball cleats are required.  Bring your baseball glove and baseball hat.  You can bring your own bat, but we recommend that a) you put your name on it and b) ensure you are responsible for it at all times.  Most players also wear baseball pants.

• Soccer- Sneakers or soft soccer cleats (turf field), and shin guards, are required.  You can bring your own ball but be sure put your name on it.

• Basketball- Sneakers are required; it is played indoors at MC gym.  You can bring your own ball but be sure put your name on it.

• Ice Hockey- Players should wear full hockey gear, including helmet, and bring 1-2 sticks.  This is a no-check session, but full gear is needed.  We do not have equipment, as this is not a beginner program, experienced players only. 

• Golf- Players should wear appropriate golf wear: collared shirt, "dress" or khaki shorts with belt; no cut-off shorts or jeans.  Sneakers or soft spike golf shoes are required.  Metal spikes are not allowed.  Golf, baseball, or other appropriate hat is required.  Bring golf clubs if you have a set available for use: This is not a requirement, but please contact us with at four least weeks’ notice if you do not have clubs so that we will ensure we have enough equipment for all.  We typically share AMC clubs.

• Rugby:  Sneakers or soft soccer cleats (turf field) are required.

• Cross-Country:  Running shoes are required.

Full Day program at Camp Nihan in Saugus:  If your child will be attending full day program (i.e., FULL DAY AT DAY CAMP OR half day sports camp, half day recreational and outdoor day camp), we recommend these items are also packed for the day:

                   _____ LUNCH, snacks- ALL CAMPERS BRING THEIR OWN LUNCH

                   _____ Bathing suit and towel

                   _____  Dress according to the weather:  we will still play outdoors even in the rain!

NOTE:  Sandals and flipflops are not allowed for play during ANY of our sports programs, as our campers are active throughout the day.  They are allowed on the beach at Day Camp only but NOT in other camp activities, such as hiking, outdoor games, sports. Sneakers are the best way to prevent foot and toe injuries.

Please leave valuables, electronic devices (cell phones, videogames, Ipods, etc.) and other unnecessary or inappropriate items at home when possible.  We aim to be a tech free camp.  AMC is not responsible for any lost, damaged items.  In today’s world, many campers will have their own phone but it is not needed at camp.  Staff do their best to discourage using phones and not allow them to use phones except if they ask for permission to call home.  Camp staff have phones that campers can use to call home as well.

Please note:  Camp check in begins 15 mins before camp starts.  Please do not leave your child unsupervised before this time.  Camp is not responsible for your child until you check him or her in.  If a parent is not present (for ages 12 & under) at check in, we may not be able to allow the child to attend. Dismissal takes place at 11:30am (see exception on this time above, such as hockey, see times).  If there is a situation in which you will be later than dismissal time, please contact Sports Coordinator to determine next steps.  We will also try to contact you at that time if you are late; if unable to contact you, emergency contacts will be called, and if unavailable, emergency services may be called.  Campers who are picked up late consistently may not be able to continue in the program.  In the event an unregistered child arrives at camp, all attempts will be made to contact the child’s parent or guardian.  Unregistered children will not be allowed to participate in camp activities.  Emergency services may be called if unable to reach parents.

If your child will be absent, please inform dismissal team the day before, or if day of, call Sports Coordinator.  If we are expecting your child and your child does not arrive at camp within 30 minutes of start time, camp staff will reach out to parents and then emergency contacts to ensure the child is safe.  If we are unable to reach anyone, we will contact emergency services to ensure child’s safety.


Your child will enjoy the activities most when he or she is taking care of his or her health, which includes drinking plenty of water, eating well, and getting a good night’s rest.  A current physical (within past 18 months) and a copy of up to date immunizations are needed to ensure that the child’s physician has approved participation.  Be sure to highlight any FOOD ALLERGIES or other potential health problems at camp.  If you have any concerns about your child’s health prior to or during camp, please contact the Camp Director.  Our staff will always contact a parent about any health situations; if a parent is unavailable, then we will contact the adults listed as emergency contacts on the child’s application.  Please keep those contacts current and be sure that you and/or those emergency contacts are available during your child’s stay.

Medication:  For inhalers and epipens:  These items must have your child’s name IN ITS ORIGINAL CONTAINER and Doctor’s orders/instructions for need and use.  Please complete the Parent Permission Medication form as well.  Athletes must be able to self-administer; staff can support, and are trained for emergencies.   Any other medication distribution needed during camp hours needs to managed with parent or adult approved by parent or parent needs to provide transportation to child to attend health center in Malden at distribution time.  No Medication will be distributed during camp hours by Camp Staff except emergency care.  Please speak to the Camp Director prior to camp start or on the first morning to discuss any medication concerns during clinic hours.  More info below.

All Mass Camps reserves the right not to admit a person showing signs or symptoms of any communicable disease or viral infection.

Care of Mildly Ill Campers:  Campers with colds/cold or flu symptoms, with a fever, or with COVID-19 symptoms will not be permitted to attend camp.  Campers who are mildly ill or become mildly ill will BE REMOVED FROM GROUP/TEAM AND WILL NEED TO GO HOME ASAP.  Parent will be contacted for camper to go home.  Campers who show COVID-19 symptoms or have a fever of while at camp will be removed from the rest of campers to await pick up by parent. 

Administration of medication:  Before any medication is administered at camp, the following conditions must be met.  These requirements are also mandatory for self-medicating campers (Epipen, Inhaler)

·        Parent Authorization Form: A signed authorization from the parent to give medication while at camp

·        Licensed Provider Medication Order: A signed medication order from camper’s licensed prescriber (one for each medication)

·        If child is allowed to keep medication (only acceptable for Epipen or inhaler or diabetic/insulin needs), both the Provider and the Parent need to sign this on the Medication form.  Otherwise, staff will store medications in proper location.

·        Additional requirements need to be met by Camp, including training and approval by Health Care Consultant.  This may include parent assigning family member (adult) to administer meds or AMC staff transporting camper to approved medical facility for medication distribution.

·        All medications must be in their original container, with child’s name and medication’s name on it.

Storage of Medication:  Emergency medications, Epi-Pen® or inhaler, if not kept on self (camper), must be stored in a secure location that is accessible in case of emergency.  All other medications must be in a securely locked cabinet or in locked refrigerator.  More info on Medication Administration available in AMC Policies that are part of the City of Malden permit requirements.       

If a diabetic child requires his/her blood sugar to be monitored, or requires insulin injections, and the parent or guardian and the camp Health Care Consultant give written approval, the camper, who is capable, may be allowed to self-monitor and/or self-inject him/herself.  Blood monitoring activities and self-injection must take place in the presence of the Health Care Supervisor.

In case of Medical Emergency:  In the event a medical emergency arises, staff will ensure the safety of all campers while First Aid/CPR certified camp staff and Health Care Supervisor(s) manage the situation.  In all cases, parents will be notified as soon as possible. Health Care Supervisor is typically MC RN on site and/or Sports Coordinator.

Please review the Meningococcal Disease & Immunization provided by the State of MA. Dept. of Health.  More info at

ALLERGIES- NUTS, PEANUTS:  All Mass Camps will not serve any nut nor peanut products.  However, we cannot ensure that all campers do not have nut products.  We call our program NUT-AWARE, as we will ask all campers to keep all nut or unknown products away from tables and to be aware of what they are eating and who they are eating with.  If you have any concerns about nut or any other food or environmental allergies, please contact the camp to determine best safety strategies.  Please leave all peanut nut/tree nut/nut products at home.

RAINY DAYS:  We do our best to stay outside on rainy and cooler days, so please dress for the weather.  If the weather turns stormy, Malden Catholic will provide temporary shelter inside.  In more severe weather, we may end up staying inside for a longer time; we'll only go outside when it is safe (no thunder or lightening for 30+ minutes).  If your child will not be attending camp due to the weather forecast, please contact Sports Coordinator or All Mass Camps via email, text, or phone message, so we do not assume your child is sick. 

Malden Catholic behavior protocols are followed at Sports Clinics.  Safety first for all, coaches will redirect, give athletes a break if needed, contact parents if necessary. If a child has made camp unsafe for himself or others, this may not be an appropriate program; MC staff or All Mass Camps staff will discuss with parent to determine next steps. If there is an immediate unsafe situation, parent may need to pick up child immediately.  This would include, but not limited to, bullying, stealing, violent incidents, destruction of property, possession of/use of weapons or drugs, etc.  This may also lead to termination from clinics.

Other General Camp/Policy Info:

Below are AMC Policies for your information.  If you need additional information, parents have the right to review AMC Policies for background checks, health care, discipline policies, and grievance procedures upon request.

Background checks: Background checks, including CORI and SORI are completed for ALL staff and volunteers.  No person is allowed to work until all the required background checks have been performed and the Director has been notified of the staff’s clearance to work with children.

Staff Training:  All staff will attend orientation and receive training prior to camp start.  The training will include review of the camp mission, positive behavior management, and group management.  The staff will be trained on all emergency procedures and medical policies.  Each member of Camp Leadership will have certification in CPR/FA; additional support staff will also have CPR/FA.  Staff will be trained on Recognizing/Preventing and Reporting Abuse and Neglect.  All staff are considered mandated reporters in the event that abuse and/or neglect is suspected.   

.190(D) Parents have the right to review policies for background checks, health care, discipline policies, and grievance procedures upon request.”

Sunblock Policy:  All Mass Camps strongly urges parents to pack sunblock (SPF 50+) for your child daily.  We recommend that sunblock is put on in the morning before camper arrives, as we will begin outdoor activities at camp start.  Is your child able to put sunblock on him or herself?  If not, or if you prefer that staff assist, please sign off on Permission for AMC staff to help child put sunblock on throughout the day.  Similar policy for bug spray if needed.  Similar policy for using camp provided hand sanitizer.

Grievances:  The Camp Director will immediately investigate all complaints/grievances and will take all steps necessary to remedy the situation.  Grievances will be discussed with camp counselors and necessary steps taken to continue camper safety.

Refund Policy:  Full refunds are available through April 1 ; partial refunds, minus the $50 deposit, are returned if cancelled by June 1. There is no refund after June 1.  Thank you for your understanding of this policy. 

Please contact AMC with any questions or concerns.

All Mass Camps-Lisa Gillis, Day Camp Director  [email protected]    781-484-2101

Year-round office:  40 Brunswick Street  Lowell, MA 01852

.190(C) “This camp must comply with regulations of the MDPH & be licensed by Malden Board of Health.” 


All Mass Camps

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Lowell, Massachusetts 01852

Phone: 781-484-2101
Email: [email protected]

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