Summer Camps 2018

In addition to our Summer Travel Immersion Programs, Maret offers a wide variety of athletic and recreational camps for boys and girls ages five and up, including volleyball, soccer, basketball, robotics, creative writing, and more. Camps are open to participants outside of the Maret community. All are welcome!

Boys & Girls Soccer: Starting June 18 - Multiple Weeks CLOSED

Mohan Telfer, Maret Boys’ Varsity Head Coach & Middle School Head Coach will be offering five weeks of camps for various age groups and skill levels. Each week will feature three different options for players of varying skill levels plus goalkeeper training will be offered at all 5 weeks.

The main goal of our camps is to improve the individual skills of every player within a team setting. The camps are designed to help individuals and teams improve their technique and tactics.

The full-day program will run from 9am-3pm and participants should bring a bag lunch (no refrigeration available). All campers should also wear proper shoes for both outdoor and indoor soccer; bring a ball, sunscreen, and a water bottle. Camp fees are $375/week.

  • Session 1: June 18-22 CLOSED
  • Session 2: June 25-29
  • Session 3: July 9-13
  • Session 4: July 16-20
  • Session 5: July 23-27
    • Coed Elite for ages 10-14: Travel & Academy players only.
    • Girls Elite for ages 10-16: Travel & High School players.
    • Coed Premiere for ages 6-14: Travel and Recreational players.
    • Goalkeeper training for ages 8-16: Travel and Recreational players.

*Premiere Camps are designed for current and potential travel players, and will include match analysis in the afternoon sessions. Elite Camps are open to travel players only.
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Coach Mohan Telfer, Maret Boys Varsity Head Coach (MAC Champions 2012 & 2016), DC Stoddert Girls Age Group Director 13-14, holds a USSF “B” license. Telfer has been a Travel Soccer coach for over 10 years. With DC Stoddert, he has over 6 years of experience working with boys and girls teams between U-9 and U-17. He spent 3 years with the Darryl Gee Soccer Academy where he excelled in introducing the game to young players between the ages of 3 and 5. His resume also includes 2 years with DC Parks & Recreation Summer Soccer programs. He trains numerous teams in the Stoddert Recreational League as well and enjoys the challenge of working with varying age groups and skill levels. Coach Mohan just guided his Maret Boys Varsity Soccer team to a league winning 8-3-1 record to secure top honors in the MAC. In the Spring of 2016, he led the Stoddert GU13 Blue Metros through an undefeated VYSA State Cup campaign where they finished with a record of 7-0 while scoring 19 goals and conceding only one goal. The victory was the first State Cup Champion trophy for Stoddert in over forty years. Mohan has been named Stoddert Travel Coach of the year 2016, an honor that he also received in 2008.

Staff Coaches

  • Keith Neale, USSF C License, Maret Boys Varsity Assistant Coach & Goalkeeping Coach
  • Pierre Hedji, USSF “C” License, DC Stoddert Travel Coach, "D.C. Stoddert Travel Coach of the Year", National Youth License
  • Elvis Hedji, USSF D License
  • Glenn Cadenhead, USSF D License
  • Tom Heath, USSF A License

Guest Coaches

  • Chloe Beizer, Girls Varsity Head Coach
  • Evans Malyi, USSF “A” License

*Refund requests are considered in the event of extenuating circumstances.

Tech Creation Camp: July 9-13 CLOSED

  • Leader: Mike Engelberg
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  • Dates: July 9-13, 2018
  • Time: 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
  • Ages: Rising 3rd through 8th graders. Maximum 20 participants.
  • Cost: $420.00

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Do you love to create, build, design, play, film, and tinker? If so, this is the camp for you. The week is set up to allow the campers to have a range of options including but not limited to creating their own video game, playing on a Minecraft team, filming and editing a movie with special effects, making a stop motion animation, building and programming a robot and plenty more. Camp will run Monday through Friday from 9 to 3 and is taught by longtime Maret Technology Instructor Mike Engelberg. Every day will include two 30 minute outdoor recess breaks as well as a 30 minute break for lunch. No experience is needed, just a willingness to learn and PLAY!

*Refund requests are considered in the event of extenuating circumstances.

Boys & Girls Basketball Camp: June 25-29 CLOSED

  • Leader: Chuck Driesell
  • Contact:
  • Dates: June 25-29
  • Time: 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. (Fridays 9:00 a.m. to 12 noon)
  • Ages: 10 to 15
  • Cost: $325.00 per week

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Chuck Driesell, Maret Boys Varsity Basketball Head Coach, will be offering a week-long camp for various age groups and skill levels.

Camp Philosophy
We provide fundamental individual instruction to each camper through a variety of coaching techniques and then incorporate these fundamental into a team concept. Through guest lectures and a series of motivational speeches by Chuck Driesell, campers will be inspired to succeed not only on the basketball court, but also in the larger game of life. We feel each camper is special and deserves to be treated that way. Each day, campers will be exposed to skill instruction covering all facets of the game along with team play.

Camp Director
When it comes to teaching the game of basketball, Chuck Driesell is one of the best. Coach Driesell has been coaching college and high school basketball for over 30 years. After spending nine years as the associate head coach at James Madison University under the direction of his father, "Lefty" Driesell, Chuck spent six seasons as the head men's basketball coach at Marymount University, compiling an 88-72 record including the school's first NCAA Tournament appearance. He also coached at Georgetown University, University of Maryland, and The Citadel. Coach Driesell is now in his 31st year of running summer basketball camps.

*Refund requests are considered in the event of extenuating circumstances.

Blast From The Past: June 18-22 CLOSED

  • Leaders: Joanna Hughes, Mary Carbone, and Kate Skivington
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  • Dates: June 18-22, 2018
  • Hours: 9:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.
  • Cost: $450.00
  • Ages: Entering grades 1-4 Maximum 30 participants.
    *CIT option for rising 5th and 6th graders. Inquire with Ms. Hughes and Ms. Carbone.

Join Ms. Hughes, Ms. Carbone, and Ms. Skivington for a week of crafting, cooking, singing, dancing, and exploring! We will have fun creating artistic projects, conducting hands-on science experiments, water play, playing traditional camp games and more!

*Refund requests are considered in the event of extenuating circumstances.

Creative Writing Adventure Camp: June 18-22 CLOSED

  • Leader: Ben Hoover
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  • Dates: June 18-22, 2018
  • Time: 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
  • Ages: Rising 4th through 6th graders. Maximum 20 participants
  • Cost: $440.00

Creative Writing Adventure Camp combines the thrill of summer adventure with the opportunity to strengthen the skills of your young writer. Mimicking the process of their favorite authors, adventure writers will begin by searching for inspiration. Campers will take short field trips in search of experiences that spark ideas, proving that inspiration can be found all around us! At each location, adventure goers will take time to capture their surroundings and make observations, keeping their eyes and ears open for their next story! After fine tuning their ideas and working on bettering their craft over the first three days, campers will shift gears to tackle their final adventure: publishing their own piece of writing! The publishing celebration on Friday will include lemonade and a pizza party, giving each author the chance to share their work with the group.

For this five day camp, students will dive into 5 components of creative writing: idea generation, character development, setting creation, author’s voice, and publication. Activities and short field trips will connect to the day’s focus, enhancing the experience. All field trips will utilize the public spaces surrounding Maret’s campus. With revision being central to every author’s process, individual conferences and peer collaboration will provide campers with the opportunity to receive helpful feedback, learn from others, and provide an opportunity to share their writing. All levels of writers in rising grades 3-6 are welcome, but a willingness to grow as a writer is a must! Participants will bring a bag lunch and water bottle each day. Space is limited to 20 students on a first-come basis.

*Refund requests are considered in the event of extenuating circumstances.

Girls Volleyball Camp: June 18-22 CLOSED

  • Leader: Liz Hall
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  • Dates: June 18-22, 2018
  • Time: 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
  • Ages: Girls entering grades 6 through 10.
  • Cost: $325.00
  • Maximum enrolled: 40 players

Full-day clinic is offered to athletes interested in sharpening technical and tactical skills as well as conditioning in preparation for junior varsity and varsity competition. Previous volleyball experience is not required.

Athletes must wear appropriate athletic shoes, knee pads and provide their own lunch and water bottle. Due to limited enrollment, preference is given to Maret athletes.

*Refund requests are considered in the event of extenuating circumstances.

Wide World of Sports & Games: June 18-22 CLOSED

  • Leader: Nate Stone
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  • Dates: June 18-22, 2018
  • Hours: 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
  • Cost: $420.00
  • Ages: Entering grades 3-6


If your child likes to play, have fun, and engage in friendly competition, then this is the camp for you! The bulk of the day will feature participating in a variety of sports, outdoor games and activities, board games, water balloon fights, and a short movie or sports clip. Basketball, Soccer, Football, Dodgeball, Stone Tag, Capture the Flag, Footgolf, and Spikeball are a sample of some of the outdoor games that will be played. Many of the classic board games will be covered, as well as new favorites like Ticket to Ride, Werewolves of Miller’s Hollow, Exploding Kittens, Monopoly Deal, and Spy Alley. Finally, Mr. Stone will create and host a couple academic game shows, like Family Feud and Jeopardy, for the whole group to play.

In addition to the joy of play, sportsmanship and teamwork will be a constant theme throughout the week, taking the shift away from winning and losing and focusing on simply having fun playing games.

Participants will need a bag lunch and a water bottle each day. No athletic or board game experience is necessary, and space is limited to the first 20 students on a first-come basis.

*Refund requests are considered in the event of extenuating circumstances.

Robotics Camp: June 25-29 CANCELED

  • Leader: Jolene Wu
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  • Dates: June 25-29, 2018
  • Time: 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
  • Ages: Rising 5th through 9th graders. Maximum 20 participants.
    *CIT option for rising 10th graders - inquire with Ms. Wu.
  • Cost: $425.00
  • A minimum of 12 participants required for camp to run.

How does a car park itself? Is it really possible to have packages delivered to your door by drones? Learn the fundamentals of programming and practice designing your own functioning robot! Using computers and Lego Robotics hardware, we will practice programming with different sensors and complete a variety of missions as a team. This camp will run from 9-3 and will include breaks to play outdoor games. Participants will bring a bag lunch and water bottle every day.

*Refund requests are considered in the event of extenuating circumstances.

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