Northern Vermont Hoop Camp
Thursday, August 10-Monday, August 14, 2017
Residential Camp for Boys grades 6th-12th
Day Camp for Boys 4th-12th
(Full Day: 9:00 am – 8:00 pm option available)
JOHNSON STATE COLLEGE
Miles Smith '09 enters his second year as head men’s basketball coach at Johnson State College.
In his first season, Smith led the Badgers to a 10-17 overall record and 9-9 North Atlantic Conference (NAC) record. The Badgers gained the fourth seed in the NAC Tournament, hosting and winning their first round game before losing their NAC semifinals game in overtime. Following the season, Smith was named NAC Coach of the Year and had two players named to the NAC Second Team All-Conference.
Prior to taking the helm at Johnson, Smith was the first ever head men's basketball coach and admissions recruiter at the newly co-ed Wilson College in Pennsylvania. Prior to that, Smith spent one year at The College of New Jersey. As an assistant coach, he was responsible for player development, scouting, game day preparation and management, and recruitment of potential athletes for the Lions.
Smith also spent three seasons as an assistant basketball coach at Mercer County Community College, where he was involved in all aspects of the program, including player development and recruitment, and providing academic support for student-athletes. In 2010, he helped coach the Vikings to the Region 19 Championship and an appearance in the NJACC National Tournament.
Smith is a 2009 graduate of Johnson State College, earning a Bachelor's degree in Anthropology and Sociology. Prior to Johnson State, Smith also attended Mercer County Community College where he graduated with an associates degree in Liberal Arts in 2005. Smith was a four year starter throughout his collegiate career, and was named team captain and President of the Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC) during his senior year at Johnson State.
About the Camp:
In addition to the Johnson State College coaches, the staff will include members of the Johnson State College men’s basketball team and other current and former collegiate basketball players and coaches. The full-day option runs from 9:00 am-8:30 pm. Any child dropped off before 8:30am or picked-up later than 9:00 pm will be subject to an additional fee. Final games and awards ceremony will be held on the last day of camp. Residential campers are provided three meals per day at the Johnson State Dining Hall. Full-day campers are provided lunch and dinner. Meals are available on a cash basis at the dining facility for parents wishing to eat with their children. Roommate requests are available and must be requested by both families. We will attempt to satisfy all requests, but roommate choices cannot be guaranteed.
The residential camp is $400 per week. The full-day option is $300 per week. Multiple child discounts are available ($25 per child). ALL FEES ARE DUE WITH REGISTRATION. Please send registration and payment to Northern Vermont Hoop Camp, Johnson State College, 337 College Hill, Johnson, Vt. 05656.
The Northern Vermont Hoop Camp takes place on the Johnson State College campus in Johnson, Vermont. Johnson sits atop 350 hilltop acres in the heart of the Green Mountains. JSC is central to many major ski resorts and is 25 minutes from Stowe, 15 minutes from Smugglers’ Notch Ski Resort, 45 minutes from Burlington and about 2 hours from Montreal.
Facilities & Amenities:
Court sessions take place on four full court basketball surfaces. Campers stay in JSC’s residence halls, enjoy the food at the all-you-can-eat Stearns Dining Hall, and can swim in in our 8 lane swimming pool. Campers also take advantage of training room staff onsite and our campus movie theater.
Registration and Check-In Info:
Check in will take place on Sunday June 18th for the first session and Thursday August 10th from 3:30pm-6:00pm at the SHAPE Athletic Facility. Campers will receive their room assignments, keys, and their camp shirt as well at this time. Any campers who needS to pay a balance may make that payment at this time as well. Campers will not be allowed to attend camp if they have not paid the camp fee. There will be a camp meeting in Carter Gymnasium at 6:00pm, and dinner will be served in Sterns Dining Hall at 6:15-7:30pm. All campers should be prepared to play on the first night as we will have a skill instruction station as well as tryout games for teams on the first night. All campers should be prepared to play Sunday night as we will have a skill instruction station as well as tryout games for teams on the first night. Day campers will need to be picked up at 9:30pm on Sunday, June 18th for the first session and Monday, August 10th for the second session. Every day after that day camper pick up time will be 8:30pm. Day campers can arrive to campus in the gym for 8:30am. Camp will begin at 9:00 am.
Camp will end Friday June 23rd for the first session and Monday, August 14th at 12:00pm. There will be a camp awards ceremony at 11:30am in Carter Gymnasium. Checkout will take place in Senators and Governors lobby from 12-1:30pm.
What to Bring:
- Alarm clock
- Toiletries: soap, shampoo, deodorant, toothbrush, toothpaste, shower shoes (highly recommended), any eye care needs (such as eyeglasses, contacts with case/solution, etc.)
- Cell phone/charger
What Not to Bring:
- Cash (all money should be put in the camp canteen at registration)
- Electric gaming systems
- Electronic games
- CD players
- IPods/MP3 players
- Electric devices
- Toaster ovens
THESE ITEMS WILL NOT BE ALLOWED IN THE DORMS. WE ARE NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR LOST OR STOLEN ITEMS.
- Camp T-Shirt
- Report Card
- Camp Awards
Sample Daily Schedule Available Soon
All campers will be evaluated on the first night, so come prepared to play.
Parents are invited to observe at any time.