2023 Summer Academy

Summer Academy Sessions and Dates
Session 1: July 3-7 – West Coast, Mid-Atlantic, and New York Programs
Session 2: July 10-14 – Midwest and New England Programs
Session 3: July 17- 29 – HPT Candidates

Summer Academy Camp Director: Edgardo Gonzalez, edgardo.gonzalez@squashandeducation.org

4/21 – Programs submit nomination form for Session 3 (2-week camp)
4/28 – Programs submit Sessions 1 and 2 registration form
5/3 – SEA announce acceptances to Session 3 (2-week camp)
5/12 – Programs confirm whether students can attend session 3
6/9 – Programs submit SEA Student Info Form, Guardian Consent and Waiver, online payment, travel information, and copies of physical exams and history of immunizations.

Selection Criteria – Sessions 1 & 2 

  • Students ages 11-18 years old
  • Programs should only select players that have played squash for a minimum of one year
  • Middle school players: must have a minimum US Squash rating of 1.70 to attend
  • High School players: must have a minimum US Squash rating of 2.0 to attend
  • Any program that wishes to send more than their allotted slots, please contact Edgardo.
  • Spots will be available contingent on programs accepting allotted slots.
  • SEA reserves the right to reject any player that doesn’t fit the listed criteria.

Once a program completes a registration form, the student is registered for the camp. SEA will only reach out if the student does not meet the selection criteria. 

If a student is selected after you completed the registration form your program can replace them with another student. Please notify Edgardo of the change.

Summer Academy Registration Form – Sessions 1 & 2

Selection Criteria – Session 3

  • Rising 7-12 grade students
  • For HPT players or potential HPT players 
  • Programs can nominate a player they think would be a strong candidate for SEA’s HPT. Space for the session is limited, and spots will open up based on the availability of current HPT players.
  • Programs should nominate their top players based on squash ability. Academic performance, attendance, program engagement, or the type of school that a student attends (e.g., boarding, public, private) should not bias your decision to nominate a student for the opportunity.

SEA Summer Academy Nomination Form – Sessions 3

Sessions 1 & 2 – $250 per player
Session 3 – $400 per player

*Programs that have to fly are eligible for a $200 flight subsidy

Online payment

Packing List
PDF Download

Location and Accommodations
Students will sleep at the Kent School dormitories and eat in the Kent School dining hall.
The address for Kent School is: 1 Macedonia Rd, Kent, CT 06757

SEA will coordinate transportation to and from JFK/Laguardia Airport for students flying in. Programs should not book any flights without confirmation from SEA. Students should plan to arrive at New York airports from 9 am-12 pm and depart after 2 pm

ArrivalsStudents should arrive at Kent between 11 am and 2 pm on the first day of camp.
DepartureAll students should depart from Kent no later than 1 pm and no earlier than 11 am on the last day of their session.

SEA Event Attendee Health & Emergency Contact Information
2022-23 SEA Event Consent and Waiver
Health Assessment Record
Youth Camp Health Exam for Campers and Staff
Authorization for the Administration of Medication (only if the student brings medication to camp)
Individual Plan of Care (only if the student has any special health care needs)

Please upload health forms here SEA Medication Authorization, Health & Immunizations Record

Please view here for the completed paperwork for the participants.

Kent School
1 Macedonia Road
Kent, CT 06757