Haydenettes Junior Elite Camp will take place on June 23-25, 2023
Registration for the Junior Elite Camp is full. Please add your name to the waitlist, and we will contact you if a spot opens up.
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Junior Elite Release Form A and Physical Form B - please be prepared to send these forms to us after you register. More information to follow when registration closes.
General info about the 2023 Camp
Junior Elite Camp 2023 is designed as a day camp for skaters who are currently training on a synchro team at the Juvenile, Intermediate or Novice level. In-person sessions will be held at the New England Sports Center in Marlborough, MA, June 23-25, 2023. Skaters will be organized by age and experience into smaller groups with no more than 30 skaters on ice at a time. During the 10 hours of on-ice time skaters can expect to be working on power and speed, multi directional skating and balance as well as fun classes like Musical Interpretation and Movement sessions. While the main focus is on improving individual skills we will have a “Synchro Element” on ice session as well. Our on ice coaching staff includes, former Olympian Suzy Semanick-Schurman, and Melissa Williams (USFS & PSA Coach, Saratoga Springs FSC, Figures Gold Medalist), as well as Haydenettes Head Coach, Saga Krantz, and Lexettes Head Coach, Lee Chandler and Haydenettes skaters. This year we will also offer an off ice session with Olympic Dance/Movement Choreographer Randi Strong who is best known for being a Top 5 Female Dancer on Season 5 of the FOX Hit TV Show “So You Think You Can Dance”. Camp will be a day format with check in and out times each day with no overnight experience.
Junior Elite Camp Requirements to Enroll:
To register, your skater should fit one of the following criteria:
Juvenile Skaters or higher (the majority of skaters at the camp will be at this level)
- Test Level: Skaters need to have passed Juvenile level Moves-In-The-Field or higher by 6/23/2023
- Team Experience: Skaters must be training with a Juvenile or higher level team (either for the 2022-2023 season or the upcoming 2023-2024 season)
- Age: No minimum age so long as the test level and team experience criteria are met
- Test Level: Skaters need to have passed Pre-Juvenile level Moves-In-The-Field or higher by 6/23/2023
Camp IN-PERSON sessions at New England Sports Center, Marlborough, MA will be on Friday, June 23 (afternoon and evening), Saturday, June 24 (all day) and Sunday June 25, 2023 (morning.) Exact times and schedules will be announced after registration.
Lunch and light snacks will be provided on Saturday and Sunday
Camp registration will close on May 15th or sooner if enrollment is met. Payment must be made via credit card at the time of registration. No checks will be accepted.
Cancellation Policy: Camp registration fee is non-refundable. The only exception to the cancellation policy is if state of Massachusetts guidelines change and prohibit the camp from being held. If we are unable to hold camp, refunds will be issued.
What’s Not Included:
- There will be no hotel stays as part of the camp
- No breakfasts or dinners will be provided
- No transportation of any kind will be provided, including no buses to/from a hotel to the rink
Frequently Asked Questions:
Q: I’d like to make a hotel reservation, do you have hotel recommendations?
A: Overnight hotel accommodations are not included in camp this year. If you’d like to make a reservation, we recommend:
- Hampton Inn, 277 Boston Post Road W, Marlborough, MA (approx. 3.4 miles)
- Courtyard Marriott, 75 Felton St, Marlborough, MA (approx. 2 miles)
- Residence Inn, 112 Donald Lynch Blvd, Marlborough, MA (walking distance)
- Hilton Garden Inn, 170 Forest St, Marlborough, MA (approx. 4 miles)
Q: Is there a skills requirement to be eligible to attend camp this year?
A: Yes, for skaters at the Juvenile level: currently training with a juvenile or higher team and minimum of Juvenile MIF. For skaters at the Pre-Juvenile level: currently training with any level synchro team and have passed pre-juvenile MIF.
Q: Do I need to send copies of my skater’s test levels?
A: Yes. Please send your skater’s test records to show that the highest level of tests passed for Moves-In-The-Field. We will be using this information to organize skaters into leveled groups at camp. If your skater has plans to test between now and the start of camp, you may email us any testing updates at email@example.com.
Q: What will the on ice program look like for this camp?
A: Our on-ice sessions include Individual skating technique sessions, Synchro session as well as Musical Interpretation and Movement sessions. While the main focus is on improving individual skills we will have a “Synchro Element” on ice session as well.
Q: I understand that skaters will be grouped by ability at camp. What are you anticipating the skill range being in each group?
A: We plan to group skaters together as close as possible to their test level to keep things safe and fun for everyone. The majority of our skaters at this camp are currently competing at the Intermediate and Novice level. The final groups will be decided after registration closes.
Questions? Email us at: firstname.lastname@example.org