Trinity College
300 Summit St
Hartford, CT 06106

Hartford Area Squash Summer Camp

About International Squash Academy Camps
Trinity College

Trinity College
300 Summit St, Hartford, CT 06106

Attend a Connecticut squash camp at The Kellner Squash Center. One of the best colleges in the country, The Kelner Squash Center is a fitting home base for an International Squash Academy Camp. It features 10 international-sized courts, two of which are constructed with three color-paneled walls for easy spectator viewing, as well as pyramid-style amphitheater seating that enables up to 500 spectators to watch matches on all 10 courts simultaneously. Trinity was the first collegiate squash program with color-paneled glass courts, which require the use of a white ball..

Camp is open to all ages and ability levels. Each camper will be assessed and grouped with campers of similar age and ability levels. Adjustments to the groups may be made throughout the week to provide campers with opportunities to train with and compete against different players. Drills, games, and scrimmages are designed to help each camper learn, improve, and have fun!


SESSION 1: July 22nd – 26th, 2024


Overnight Camp: $1899
Extended Day: $1699
Day: $1299


International Squash Academy Camps are open to campers ages 8 to 18.

Camp Director


Each camper will:

  • Develop their technical skills & tactical knowledge
  • Participate in camp games with a chance to win prizes
  • Compete amongst their peers in small games & camp matches
  • Be given the opportunity to work with college &/or high school coaches & college players all week long
  • Receive an International Squash Academy Camp T-Shirt
  • …and most importantly: HAVE FUN!

Daily Schedule

7:00AM- Wake Up
7:30AM- Breakfast
8:45AM- Extended Day and Day Campers Arrive
9:00AM- Warm Up/Stretch
9:30AM- Technical Skill Development
11:00AM- Small-Sided Games and Situational Scrimmages
12:00PM- Lunch
1:30PM- Tactical Skill Development
3:00PM- Team-Based Games and Scrimmages
5:00PM- Dinner
6:30PM- Position-Specific Training and Serving or Evening Activity
8:30PM- Extended Day Campers Depart
8:30PM- Dorm Games,Evening Meeting, Social Time for Overnight Campers
10:30PM- Lights out

Below is a suggested list of items to bring to camp. We suggest that campers do not bring expensive personal items such as cell phones or laptops. Campers are allowed to bring cell phones to camp to contact their guardians, but they are not allowed on the field during training sessions. Please label every article you bring to camp. All personal items are the responsibility of each camper. International Squash Academy and its camp staff are not responsible for lost, stolen, or forgotten items.

  • Health Form
  • Goggles
  • Squash Racquet
  • On-Court Clothes (T-Shirts, Shorts, Socks, etc)
  • Athletic Sneakers
  • Water Bottle
  • Off-Field Clothes (Athletic Socks, T-Shirts, Shorts, Sweatshirts, etc)
  • Sunscreen
  • Linens (Twin XL)
  • Blanket/Sleeping Bag
  • Pillow
  • Toiletries
  • Shower Towel
  • Alarm Clock
  • Portable Fan


  • Overnight Campers: 2:30-3:30pm on the first day (Monday)
  • Day & Extended Day Campers: 3-3:30pm on the first day  (Monday); 9am the rest of the week


  • Overnight Campers: 12pm on the last day of camp (Friday)
  • Extended Day Campers: Daily at 8pm; 12pm on the last day of camp (Friday)
  • Day Campers: Daily at 4pm (except for Friday at 12pm)

Extended Day:
Monday: 3pm-8pm, dinner included.
Tuesday: 9am-8pm, lunch and dinner included.
Wednesday: 9am-8pm, lunch and dinner included.
Thursday: 9am-8pm, lunch and dinner included.
Friday: 9am-12pm

Monday: 3pm-5pm
Tuesday: 9am-4pm, lunch included
Wednesday: 9am-4pm, lunch included
Thursday: 9am-4pm, lunch included
Friday: 9am-12pm


At the International Squash Academy, you’ll receive individualized training through a superior curriculum regardless your age or ability level. We want young squash players to improve in every aspect of their game; our camps put a focus on individual skill development while incorporating drills and matches to emphasize teamwork.

  • Individual Technique and Stickwork
    • Dynamic warm up
    • Agility & shot control
  • Technical Skills Training
    • Serving, passing, footwork, shot placement
  • Tactical Skill Training
    • Reading the play or situation
    • Decision-making skills to solve problems at the correct time
  • Match Play Learning
    • Competition & camp matches
  • Low Camper-to-coach ratios
  • Groups based off of age & ability level
  • Fun, energetic & experienced staff