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Seth Goldberg Basketball Camp

At Seth Goldberg Basketball Camp, campers learn fundamentals on and off the court through individual attention, a positive environment and a ball in their hands. Run by Seth Goldberg, St. Paul’s Varsity Basketball Coach, this camp teaches basketball fundamentals and helps campers reach their full potential. Campers will have a fun, affirming camp experience that teaches the game of basketball and the “game of life.”

AGES: Coed, ages 6 to 18
DATES: June 19-23, July 24-28, July 31-August 4
TIME: 9 AM - 4 PM
FEE: $235/week

*Registration forms vary based on the summer program and all programs may not be completed using the same form. Please visit the registration link on the page of EACH PROGRAM you are registering for to ensure that you are completing the correct form.*


Required Health Forms

Before and After Care Registration

About Seth Goldberg

Seth Goldberg is the Varsity Basketball Coach at St. Paul's School. Previously, he taught and coached at Winston Middle School in Baltimore and McDaniel College, where he was the top assistant to Bob Flynn. A native of New Jersey and a graduate of Ithaca College, he also teaches physical education in St. Paul's Lower and Middle Schools. He began his coaching career at Bishop O’Connell High School in Northern Virginia with Joe Wootten, son of legendary coach Morgan Wootten. He coached at O’Connell for four years, helping the team finish in the USA Today’s Top 20 in two different seasons. O’Connell also won the Virginia State Tournament two times, the national Alhambra Catholic Invitational Tournament two times, and the WCAC tournament once.

After O’Connell, Coach Goldberg went on to work with 2004 McDonald's All-American Coach, Bob Flynn, at Cardinal Gibbons. At McDaniel College, Coach Goldberg helped to revitalize a struggling program. Coach Goldberg believes that through individual development, the players will gain confidence in their ability, learn how to work hard, and be better able to help the team improve.

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