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Field Hockey Summer Camp

Coach Colleen Boyle and the Chestnut Hill Field Hockey staff will lead the area's first Field Hockey Camp as part of the  Summer at Park line up in 2021 .

Our Field Hockey Camp is for children entering Grades 4-9. Demand for Field Hockey Camp is high but space is limited. REGISTER NOW to reserve your spot.

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Field Hockey Camp will be offered during the week of August 16-20, 2021

Camp runs Monday through Thursday 8:30-3:30 and Friday 8:30-12

‚ÄčA typical day at Field Hockey Camp includes:

Morning greeting
Warm-up activities
Skills school
Snack (provided by Summer at Park)
Goal scoring activities and small games


Field Hockey Camp Staff

Colleen Boyle Chestnut Hill Field Hockey Director

Colleen Boyle

Director of Field Hockey

Colleen grew up in Brookline and graduated from Brookline High School in 2002. She played field hockey and lacrosse throughout high school and continued field hockey at the club level while attending Roanoke College in Virginia. Colleen has coached all levels of field hockey at Brookline High and has been the Varsity coach since 2014. In addition, Colleen has coached both freshmen and junior varsity lacrosse at the high school. Colleen has a Master of Arts in Teaching from Simmons College and is currently in her 11th year of teaching grades 6-8 Spanish at the Runkle School in Brookline.

Field Hockey Camp Philosophy


Fun and Enjoyment are the core elements of our Field Hockey Camp philosophy. We execute this philosophy through a balanced day of skill development activities, rest, socialization and recreation. We employ only the best and most enthusiastic coaches. Skyline Park and the Park School Campus are the perfect settings for our camp. The Skyline Park turf field is an ideal playing surface for skill development. Players rest and eat (snack and lunch) in the shade underneath the Skyline Playground Shelter. They use the Park School Gyms during inclement weather. Players wind down every day with a refreshing swim at the Park School Pool. The camp day activities are balanced so that players can play hard without ever feeling burnt out or overexerted.

For more details please visit the Summer at Park Webpage.


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