All SoccerStar campers NEED a soccerball, shinguards, and cleats (*turf shoes or sneakers are required for the turf at St. Andrew's). Campers may not wear cleats or turf shoes indoors at Visitation or St. Andrew's, so we strongly recommend each child brings sneakers in the event of a rain day or at least athletic sandals that s/he can slip on and off when going inside.
If you would like to sign-up for summer camp, you can do so online by clicking on the Georgetown Visitation or St. Andrew's links to the right. Alternatively, you can call (301) 530-5472, and we would be glad to help you.
SoccerStar at Georgetown Visitation, St. Andrew's School in Potomac, and Bethesda Sport & Health
SoccerStar is back for another summer at Visitation, St. Andrew's and Bethesda Sport & Health. Every player, regardless of playing level, will leave camp with a solid knowledge of the game, a basis for individual improvement, and memories of a week filled with fun training sessions and activities. We offer team discounts for groups of five or more who sign up together. Call our office for details.
2013 SoccerStar Programs
Click the appropriate location below. Find the SoccerStar table and click to register for the session you want.
Allison Diaz, director of the Futsal program at Bethesda Sport and Health and SoccerStar at Georgetown Visitation, was previously a four-year varsity player at Seneca Valley High School in Germantown, MD. She was MVP as a sophomore and both MVP and captain as a senior. Upon graduation, she played division I soccer at Canisius College in Buffalo, NY. After transferring to the University of Maryland, College Park, Allison began coaching for the Real Maryland FC SuperY program. She also coaches for the Maryland Rush Montgomery Soccer Club and volunteers as a head coach for a U19 boy’s MSI Classic team. Allison coached the Edmund Burke School’s girls varsity team to the PVAC AA Championship match.
Haroot Hakopian, the varsity girls’ coach at Churchill High School, will direct the 2012 SoccerStar Camp at St. Andrew’s. In addition to his coaching duties, he serves as the director of girls' soccer for Montgomery County Public Schools and is both the president of the Maryland Association of Coaches of Soccer (MACS) and the south region chair for the National Soccer Coaches Association of America's (NSCAA) high-school All America Committee. He holds his "C" license from the USSF as well as his National and Advanced National diploma's from the NSCAA.
Haroot has been teaching in MCPS for 19 years. He received his BA in English Education from the University of Maryland at College Park and his MS in Curriculum & Instruction from Scranton University.