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Summer Camps at Butler: 

All 10 programs listed below are:

§  $180 and are for children entering K-6

  • From 8:45 – 3:00, and offer early-drop off at 8:00 and extended day until 6:00 (for an additional fee)

§  At the Butler School (unless otherwise noted)


  • June 20 – 24  Multi-Sport & Arts Camp
  • June 27 – July 1 Soccer Camp
  • July 5 – 8 Multi-Sport & Arts Camp (4 day week: $150)
  • July 11 – 15 Soccer Camp
  • July 28 - 22 Multi-Sport Camp
  • July 25 - 29 Multi-Sport Camp
  • August 1 - 5 Soccer Camp
  • August 8 -12 Multi-Sport Camp
  • August 15 - 19 Soccer Camp (@ PQ Park & K-8)
    • A high school option is also available from Aug 15 -19. Check website for details.
  • August 22 - 26 Multi-Sport Camp (@ PQ Park)

At just over $24 and $32 per day respectively, consider our Belmont Summer Passes (for grades K-6) to be on the roster at every Belmont camp all summer long. Register by May 15 to get a long-sleeve shirt and 1/4 zip fleece or hoodie. Note: the location for the final two weeks changes from Butler to PQ Park!

  • Belmont Summer Pass: All camps above for entire summer: $1,200
  • Belmont Summer Pass+: All camps above, plus extended day, and early drop-off: $1,600

Register at http://www.championsoccerschool.com


Who we are:

Butler third grade teacher and current Belmont boys varsity soccer coach, Brian Bisceglia-Kane, co-owns and co-directs CSS camps with his former college teammate and partner Charles Goodhue.

Why us:

  • The staff: Group leaders are college players from Tufts, Wesleyan, Trinity, Babson and Brandeis and our group counselors are often soccer high school standouts.  We pride ourselves in having an engaging, enthusiastic, and knowledgeable staff.  
  • Commitment to Belmont: CSS donates equipment each year to Belmont 2nd Soccer - the K - 2 Program. CSS also provides at least 3 full scholarships to families in needs at camps in Belmont and many partial scholarships as well.
  • Eco-friendly practices: As a donating member to 1% For The Planet, CSS donates one percent of their revenue to the organization, which is then distributed to a local member non-profit environmental organization.


More Information:

Check out our website, with more details about these camps and others offered in Wayland for boys and girls entering grades K-12. Also, feel free to call or email us with any questions.