- Is my son safe at Millon International Lacrosse Camp?
- Why should I attend Millon International Lacrosse Camp?
- Is Millon lacrosse camp better for a specific position?
- What level of player is Millon lacrosse camp suited for?
- What is a typical day of the overnight or extended day camp like?
- How do I contact Millon International Lacrosse Camp?
- What are the ages for Millon International Lacrosse Camp?
- Can I get a discount?
- How many campers per room?
- When will I receive confirmation?
- What are the check-in and check-out times?
- What occurs the last day at camp?
- If I am flying, where should I fly in and out of?
- When is the balance of registration due?
- Will Mark Millon be at the camp?
- Where do campers reside?
- What do campers do for snacks?
- Will there be lacrosse apparel and equipment available?
- What do campers do after the night session?
- What happens if my son needs to cancel?
- How do I contact Millon Lacrosse during camp time?
- If I signed up for a specialty clinic, what time do I check in?
- Can I sign up late for a specialty clinic?
- What are the correct bed sheet sizes?
- How can I check and pay my camp tuition balance?
- How are the dorm rooms situated?
- Can we come watch games?
- How can I find my son to watch him?
- How is the roommate request honored?
- Will there be swimming pools and does my child need to pack a bathing suit?
Is my son safe at Millon International Lacrosse Camp?
Safety is an important focus for us at Millon International Lacrosse Camp. Throughout the 16 years of successful summer camp sessions and through our many more years of experience managing camps, Millon International has developed detailed rules and regulations in order to provide a safe atmosphere at the camp.
Each camper stays in a specified dorm which is supervised 24 hours a day. Millon Camp hires a specific Safety Director whose job for the week is to oversee all safety details and monitor the campers. A requirement of our staff is that they are assigned to rooms on each of the floors with the campers.
In addition, all of the SUNY schools have their own police force, which is stationed throughout the campus 24 hours, seven days a week. They will be touring the dorms and field areas throughout the week. After 10 p.m. the campus is only accessible through one main gated stationed by a SUNY police officer.
When your son checks in for camp and there are specific medical problems we need to be aware of, we will arrange for him to visit with our certified trainer or Emergency Medical Technician at that time.
Why should I attend Millon International Lacrosse Camp?
Fifteen years ago, Mark Millon, one of the top lacrosse players in the world, developed what has become the premiere teaching camp for young lacrosse players. Mark is not only a great player but a student of the game and has developed a philosophy for teaching that has been the recipe for his success.
Mark has specifically developed his curriculum so that it focuses on how a young lacrosse athlete should develop in order to compete at a top high school or college or at the professional level.
Most importantly though, you’ll be working with and interacting with Mark for most of the instruction during the week. Some camps highlight top players who only show up for an appearance and don’t spend time getting to know you and your game. That’s not the case at Millon Lacrosse Camp, where Mark will be at each camp for all of the instruction.
Additionally, Mark takes more than a year to develop his camp staff and bases his selections on players who are exceptional at teaching the game. The curriculum incudes drills, teaching, games, specialized position work and as always having fun.
If that’s not enough to answer your question, the other awesome element of camp is the combination of incredible facilities and great giveaways. Each camper gets a Warrior stick, a subscription to Inside Lacrosse magazine plus more. All of these make the Millon camp unmatched by any other out there.
Is Millon lacrosse camp better for a specific position?
No, not at all. Each summer we have an even number of players at each position and the feedback is in incredible across the board. While the director, Mark Millon, plays attack, there are also positional directors for each position. These directors will be professional MLL players or NCAA head coaches. The instruction level at each position will be equal and incredible.
What level of player is Millon lacrosse camp suited for?
We have players from the youth level beginners right up through high level JV and varsity players. Millon Lacrosse prides itself on being able to cater to each and every player’s skill level. Our goal is to make every player who attends camp regardless of the level a better player.
If you are a total beginner you will leave camp with an idea about the game and how to get better. If you are a good varsity player you will leave a better varsity player. Overall the level of competition at our camp is high.
In our Future Stars camp, the teaching is geared toward the younger, beginning player. The instruction will use a fun based approach in teaching the basic skills and then use them as the primary building blocks to teach more detailed skills such as team strategy and offensive and defensive philosophies.
What is a typical day of the overnight or extended day camp like?
We have three sessions per day. Early in the week we do a good deal of teaching and we progress towards playing a lot of games later in the week. We ask that throughout the “game” schedule campers work on what they learned in camp and their weaknesses rather than work on what they are already good at.
7:30 Wake Up 8:00 Breakfast 9-11 Morning Lacrosse Session (warm-up, drills, stations, position work) 11-12 Individual Specialty Instruction, Down-time 12:00 Lunch 2-4 Afternoon Lacrosse Session (demonstrations, small group scrimmages, team play) 4-5 Individual Instruction, Contests, Camper/Counselor Challenge, Down-Time 5:00 Dinner 6:15-8:30 Evening Lacrosse Session (Team Games/Tournament Play) 9-10:30 Evening Activities (Movies, Pizza, Game Film, Basketball, Guest Speakers, Weight Room, College Talk) 10:45 Lights Out
How do I contact Millon International Lacrosse Camp?
One of the biggest distinctions between the Millon International Lacrosse Camp and most other lacrosse camps is that MILC has year-round, full-time employees that work all year to make the campers’ lacrosse experience the best it can be. Any time of year you can contact us with questions or concerns using the following methods:
- Phone: 877. LAX-CAMP
- Fax: 410-296-1399
- Email: email@example.com
- MILLON INTERNATIONAL LACROSSE CAMPS
- PO BOX 127
- Garden City, NY 11530
What are the ages for Millon International Lacrosse Camp?
Our age groups are 9 to 17 years. We break down into groups of PeeWee, JV, and Varsity levels to be sure that campers are playing with players of the same level.
Our Future Stars day camp is for ages 5-8
Can I get a discount?
Of course you can get a discount! If you qualify for one. We have several different discounts that you can choose from. To review our discounts, please visit our registration page where we list our different discounts and how you can qualify for them.
How many campers per room?
All of the dormitories at our camp locations can accommodate two campers per room. Some of the camps have suite style rooms, but we can only guarantee the immediate roommate request (up to one name only). We will certainly do our best to fulfill additional requests, but we can only guarantee roommate.
When will I receive confirmation?
Upon receipt of your registration, you will receive an immediate email confirmation. Approximately four to six weeks prior to camp you will receive a confirmation package containing what to bring to camp, balance payment info, medical and insurance releases and maps with directions.
What are the check-in and check-out times?
On the first day of camp, campers can be dropped off between 2:00 and 3:30pm (depending on day or overnight status). Day campers can be picked up on the first day at the fields at 8:15pm. On the second, third and fourth days, day campers can be dropped off at 9:00am and picked up at 8:15pm. On the last day of camp, games will typically run from 9:00am until 11:00am. Following the games will be the camp wrap-up, distribution of evaluations and check-out. Parents are invited and encouraged to watch the games on the last day of camp. Camp ends at approximately 11:30am and check-out for ALL CAMPERS will be from 11:30-12:30
All of this will be detailed in your confirmation package that you receive once you sign up for the camp.
What occurs the last day at camp?
On the last morning of camp, Millon International Lacrosse Camp will play the Championship Games. This is a great time for parents to come out early and watch you display all the new skills and techniques you’ve learned throughout the week. Games usually start around 9:00 a.m. on the last day.
If I am flying, where should I fly in and out of?
Our camps are all conveniently serviced by major airports.
LI- JFK, LaGuardia or Islip/MacAurthur
OH- Port Columbus International
MA- Bradley International (Hartford/Springfield Airport)
PA- Philadelphia International Airport
*Millon Lacrosse Camps will recommend safe ground transportation to and from airports.
When is the balance of registration due?
Your balance and due date will be provided for you on your confirmation.
Will Mark Millon be at the camp?
Absolutely. This is the biggest difference between our camp and most other lacrosse camps. Mark will be at EVERY camp for all of the instructional sessions. All campers will be able to learn from Mark during group learning as well as see his large group demos and intimate “extra-help” sessions.
Where do campers reside?
All campers, staff, and directors will reside in the dormitories at the camp. The dorms at the Ohio and SUNY Farmingdale camps are air-conditioned.
What do campers do for snacks?
There will be a fully stocked camp store, which will include all sorts of snacks, beverages and everyone’s favorite, ice cold slushies for the campers to purchase between sessions and at night. In addition, there is pizza delivery available at night.
Will there be lacrosse apparel and equipment available?
Lacrosse Unlimited will be on site with a fully-stocked inventory of apparel and equipment. Their technicians can help any camper with stick troubles or equipment problems throughout the week. Furthermore, LU will be available to custom string your stick to your personal specifications.
What do campers do after the night session?
The Millon International Lacrosse Camp has organized several things each night for campers to participate in which some of them include:
- Movies (PG)
- Basketball and volleyball games
- Question and answer sessions
- Demonstrations of stick stringing, information on college recruiting, weight training every
- On the last night of each session there will be a camp barbecue with an enormous raffle
What happens if my son needs to cancel?
If you have to cancel, for any reason, you will be issued a camp credit for all camp fees paid, valid for any of our camps through the end of 2010. Your camp credit can be used for any family member and may be used for any Millon Lacrosse Camp. Cash refunds will only be issued with the purchase of Millon Lacrosse’s Cancellation Insurance. Campers who leave camp during their session, will receive a pro-rated camp credit, valid until the end of 2011. Pro-rated cash refunds will not be provided.
Cancellation Insurance: For an additional $35, Cancellation Insurance can be added to your registration. Our Cancellation Insurance entitles you to a full cash refund of all your camp fees paid if you cancel before ten (10) days of your camp session. If you have to leave camp early for any reason, you will receive a pro-rated credit for any of your family member for any of our 2011 camps. Pro-rated cash refunds will not be provided.
Note: $40 Cancellation Insurance fee is non-refundable.
How do I contact Millon Lacrosse during camp time?
During check in time, Millon Lacrosse will provide a contact sheet that is located on the tables of check in. This contact sheet will list several direct numbers to our camp administrators. Please keep an eye out for this!
If I signed up for a specialty clinic, what time do I check in?
If you have signed up for one of our specialty clinics, you will have one specific time that you are required to check in. This is irrelevant to your status as a day camper or overnight camper. Your check in time will be on the first day of camp between 8:00 am and 8:45 am. This will give you time to get your child settled in their room before reconvening at 9:00 am to begin the specialty clinic.
Can I sign up late for a specialty clinic?
In most cases, we can accept late sign ups for our specialty clinics. They will not always be open to sign up at the last minute. You can always call or email to find out the status of the specialty clinics. We will accept walk-ups if we can!
What are the correct bed sheet sizes?
The bad news is that every camp location has both sizes of beds. The bed width for all the locations is the same. It is twin size width and Millon Lacrosse recommends that you bring the extra-long sheets to camp. In overview, the best size you can bring is a set of twin extra-long sheets.
How can I check and pay my camp tuition balance?
The best way to check your remaining balance for camp tuition is to revisit your email and find the receipt you received upon registration for camp. The receipt will show your remaining balance. If you cannot find your receipt, please contact us via email at firstname.lastname@example.org to receive a reply email with your balance.
There are several way to pay your balance. You can pay by phone with a credit card or you can send a check to PO box address listed right above in our contact info. Some camps allow you to pay your remaining balance at camp check in time. When you receive you confirmation package, it will notify when remaining balances are due.
How are the dorm rooms situated?
The rooms are situated dorm style in most of the facilities. This means that each bedroom will consist of the two roommates with two beds, dressers, and desks. There are many rooms that may hold three and we do offer 3 person rooms at certain camps. Please call to find out which! Farmingdale is a little bit difference. They boast suite style dorms that’s consist of single and double bedrooms conjoined by a kitchen/common area and bathroom that are private to each suite. The suites will either contain 2 two person bedrooms or 2 two person and 1 single bedrooms. Please email us to find out any additional information you may seek.
Can we come watch games?
You can come watch games! We play most of our games after dinner when it is a bit cooler outside. You are absolutely allowed to come watch your child play. We only ask that you be respectful and remember that competition is the last thing on our minds. We want every camper to get better when they attend camp, and that begins with a stable learning environment. On the last day our camp, we strongly encourage parents to attend the games to watch the children play. It makes the atmosphere that much better with a big friendly crowd!
How can I find my son to watch him?
Millon Lacrosse Staff will be knowledgeable on exactly where each age group is located on the camp facility. Millon Lacrosse will also provide a map with specific details on it to help locate their child. The quickest and easiest way to find out is to contact your own camper. They will know exactly where they’re playing by the second day. One more thing to keep in mind, if you cannot locate your child and you are 100% sure you’re at the right place, the camper most like got moved up an age group relevant to their skill level and learning curve.
How is the roommate request honored?
Roommate requests are strictly guaranteed up to 4 days before camp. Within 4 days of camp, Millon lacrosse will still do their best to match your child up with their requests roommate. For the most part, we should be able to come up with a reasonable solution that will leave everyone ready to start camp! Please email us if you have questions regarding the roommate request procedure.
Will there be swimming pools and does my child need to pack a bathing suit?
Most of the facilities do host an aquatic center on campus. Our recommendation is that you always pack a bathing suit just in case. The aquatic centers are usually run at the facility’s leisure and availability. While your child may not use his bathing suit, it will be much better to be prepared then not!