Troy Sports Camps

View the 2020 Troy Sports Camps Brochure

The Troy Recreation Department and the Troy School District are once again offering youth sports camps this summer. All camps are coordinated by a “Blue Ribbon” coaching staff including many state and area Coach of the Year recipients. 

Camps include: In addition to quality instruction, each camper receives an official Troy Sports Camp t-shirt, and a participation certificate. 
Medical Information: If your son/daughter has a medical condition (allergies, etc.) that may affect their participation in the camp program, please make a note on the registration form and inform instructor on site. 
Questions: Please call Troy Recreation Department at 248.524.3484 or Troy School District Athletic Department at 248.823.5153 with any questions or concerns.  

Registration begins Tuesday, February 11 for Troy Residents and Thursday, February 13 for non-residents.  

Grades 2–6
Fielding, hitting, throwing, and game strategies will be taught in this camp.

Basketball: Girls & Boys
Grades K–8
Participants to be taught dribbling, passing, shooting, and movement skills. Offense and defense techniques will be included in older camps.

Junior Basketball
Grades K–2
Basic to intermediate instruction of shooting, passing, dribbling and rebounding, as well as defensive techniques.

Grades K–9
Learn skills needed to cheer at the middle school or high school level. Brand new cheers each year with chants, dance, and skills. Stunts for older division.

Extreme Recess
Grades 3–8
Camp is filled with the favorite recess games and fast paced fun. Swimming each day is included.

Fast Pitch Softball
Grades 4–8
Camp for all skill levels includes fielding, hitting, throwing, and game strategies. Instruction tailored to individuals ability, age, and experience.

Football: Troy High & Athens High
Grades 3–12
Footwork, passing, receiving, running, and play techniques will be taught. Older age group will work on advanced techniques and skills.

Grades 3–7
Junior camp is designed to introduce golf to new players and develop skills of experienced players. Practice balls and greens fees are included. Tournament held on the last day of camp (extra hour).

Gotta Dance: Mondays & Tuesdays
Grades Preschool–6
Dance program offers tap, jazz, and ballet instruction. Questions? Call Dance Director Suzy Sanitate at 248.680.8722.

Grades 6–8
Learn game rules, skills, techniques, body position, and game etiquette. Games of touch rugby will be played. For boys and girls. 

Grades Preschool–6

Soccer Camp
Camp will work on the basics of shooting, receiving, shielding and goalkeeping. 

Junior Soccer Camp
Jump start little soccer athletes with a fun approach to developing the basic skills.

Soccer Speed & Agility
Increase speed to outrun opponents and break away from defenders. Increase agility to improve reaction to opponents, and first and second touch skills. Increase total body strength for improved shooting speed, running speed, and jumping ability to head balls and block shots. 

Synchronized Swimming
Grades 5–12
Synchronized swimming is like dancing in the water. The sport combines grace and flexibility with strength and power. Learn specific elements called figures and routines to music.

Grades 1–6
Learn the fundamentals of tennis: proper techniques, grips, movement, and development of large motor skills. 

Track and Field
Grades 2–8
Proper form, technique, and hurdle skills will be taught. All track and field events will be covered. Mini track meet on Friday.

Grades 3–8
Participants will be taught the basic skills of volleyball including passing, serving, hitting, and game strategies. Groups will be divided by ability.

Advanced Volleyball
Grades 9–12
Participants will be taught the advanced skills of volleyball including passing, serving, hitting, and game strategies.

Athletic Trainers
Grades 9–12
Workshop to learn the basics of athletic training, anatomy, injury evaluation, taping, wrapping, and first aid. First aid/CPR certificates upon completion.