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Join us for Summer 2018

Spaces available for campers entering grades 1-8 (ages 6-14)


Week 1 at Aragon: July 8-12 2019  
Week 2 at Aragon: July 15-19 2019


Cost:  $275/week



 

Why Choose Aragon Football Camp?


Experienced Coaches.  Our head coaches have over thirty years of experience between them, and have fostered a winning tradition at Aragon High School.  Our  assistants coaches are former Aragon players, and many have played/are playing college football.  They will share their insights on how to get the most out of the camp experience.  They are chosen based not only on football talent, but also for their ability to communicate and connect with kids in a positive way.


Sportsmanship and a positive environment are emphasized.  Our coaches' priorities are for the campers to have fun and fall in love with the game of football.


Non-contact (no tackle) football skills focus.  Campers are introduced to a skills development approach to football, designed to unlock their passion for the game.  Campers learn fundamentals in all three phases of the game (offense, defense, special teams).  Lastly, they learn how to enjoy getting into peak physical condition.


Distinct age grouping.  Campers are split into 2 main groups:  Youth (1st-6th grade), and High school prep (7th-8th grade).  Within these groups, they are split further into smaller groups based on size and ability.


Small Coach-to-camper ratio.  When working on skills, campers are in small groups of 7 -9 with one coach.


Family atmosphere.  Players from Aragon know that they are a part of something special.  We call it "Aragon Style".


**All campers receive a free t-shirt and water bottle on the first day of camp**


Daily Schedule


 8:30 am         Campers arrive each day
 9:00 am         First practice begins.  Offense, offensive special teams, skills development gauntlet

10:30 am       Morning snacks/drinks (provided by camp)

10:45 am       NFL films--football Q & A

11:30 am        Motivational talk/lunch (campers bring their own lunch daily)

12:30 pm       Second practice begins.  Defense, defensive special teams, flag football scrimmages.

2:00 pm          Afternoon practice ends.  Camper pick-up. 

 "Aragon Football Camp Director Steve Henderson is a senior trainer with the Positive Coaching Alliance, since 2001.  PCA principles are embedded throughout the camp, where athletes learn to love and honor the game of football.  I've watched Steve coach, any parent would be thrilled to have his or her child attend this camp."


   -- Tina Syer, Associate Director,  

       Positive Coaching Alliance