The 25th Annual Cape Cod Lacrosse School
For 25 years, the CCLS has been specializing in the growth and development of young lacrosse players.
We provide the best instruction and experience for anyone looking for a day camp here on the Cape.
With three different locations for boy's and girls entering grades 1 - 9, we've got the Cape covered!!
All of our camps provide seperate instruction
for both Boy's and Girl's entering grades 1-8
3 Locations across the Cape:
July 20 - 23* CAPE COD LACROSSE SCHOOL (COED)
*Friday July 24th is a rain date
Freeman Way Fields - Brewster, MA
$25 off - Register by March 15
$15 off - Register by Arpil 15
$325 - Full Day
$195 - Half day
Half Day available for campers entering grades 1 & 2
Camp meets daily from 9:00am - 3:00pm**
Supervision is provided daily starting at 8:45
Typical Day at the Cape Cod Lacrosse School
Cape Cod Lacrosse provides water all-day, everyday w/ multiple breaks throughout the day.
9:00am - Individual Skills
- CCLax 101
- scooping, cradling, catching& throwing
10:00am - Positional Skills
- CCLax 202
- dodging, defending, shooting (time & space & on the run), goalie skills (if goalies register)
11:00am. - Team Skills/Situations
- CCLax 303
- Even situations (1v1, 2v2, 3v3, 4v4, 5v5 & 6v6)
- Odd-man situations (3v2, 4v3, 5v4 & 6v5)
- Face-Offs & Draws
12:00pm - Lunch (All campers provide their own lunch)
12:30pm - Recess (Free Play)
1:00pm. - Coach's Demonstration
- Coaches review/demonstrate one skill or situation covered that morning.
1:30pm Games and fun lacrosse related activities.
3pm End of camp
The CCLS hand picks its staff to ensure that quality instruction is always provided.
"The Cape Cod Lacrosse School has been an opportunity for me to give back to the community that helped me start a career in the sport of lacrosse. Top-notch instruction in small groups is the top priority at the Cape Cod Lacrosse School every year. This allows every player to receive as much one-on-one attention as possible and ensures they have a great experience."
CCLax Director and life-long Cape resident Greg Clements started the CCLS in 1996.