Summer/Winter Camps

St. Hugh's won the first ever Maroon Cup in March.
St. Hugh’s won the Girls Championship in 2016 & 2017

Sign up today to participate in the growing school boy and school girl lacrosse movement! The Jamaica Lacrosse Association has worked successfully with support from the Lacrosse Volunteer Corps and the Federation of International Lacrosse to introduce North America’s fastest growing sport to Jamaica! Our summer & winter camps at STGC are the best way to learn the game!


Summer Camp Details:

When: 10 AM – 1 PM, Monday – Thursday on the following dates:  July 1st – August 2nd, 2019.
Where: STGC’s Emmet Park
Cost: The camp is free of charge
Who: High School Boys & Girls at schools that will be offering lacrosse in the 2018-19 school year. (Students entering 1st form can participate). STGC, Wolmers (Boys & Girls), KC, Holy Trinity (Boys & Girls), St. Hugh’s, Immaculate, St. Andrews,  Alpha (Girls), Calabar, JC, Campion, Hillel (Boys & Girls) and Excelsior (Boys & Girls).

On the boys side, STGC was crowned as the first ever Taino Cup Champs!
On the boys side, STGC is the 2X reigning Taino Cup Champs!

What: The lacrosse camp is staffed with local & international coaches and NCAA athletes from the USA. The camp will include active instruction, drills, games, contests, and prizes. The top campers will also play guest teams from the USA the last day of camp.

Not sure about lacrosse? See how much fun it is for yourself:
Taino Cup Boy’s HS Championship Photo Gallery
Maroon Cup Girl’s HS Championship Photo Gallery

More Information on Lacrosse:

  • Lacrosse is the indigenous sport of the Native American people, and was played prior to the arrival of Christopher Columbus by the ancestors of the Arawak Indians – the Iroquois that lived along the Canadian – USA border.
  • Jamaican HS girls in a scrimmage against an NCAA women's lacrosse player at camp last summer.
    Jamaican HS girls in a scrimmage against an NCAA women’s lacrosse player at camp last summer.

    Lacrosse is currently the fastest growing sport in the USA and Canada. It is also the fastest growing NCAA Scholarship sport at American Universities, however, these are very, very competitive and limited opportunities.

  • The Federation of International Lacrosse is the world wide governing body of lacrosse. There are over 50 member countries around the world, and Jamaica is one of them! The Jamaica national team is eligible to play in FIL World Cup events and will begin to travel to international events in the coming years.
  • The FIL is working hard to have lacrosse added to the summer Olympics.

Please click here for helpful links and videos about the game of lacrosse.

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