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Football Summer Camp

Football Camp 2022 (July 13-17, 2022), more details to follow

Worden Week Day 4. Working hard at evening practice.

Football Summer Camp 2021

Due to venues in limbo and not taking large group reservations, and the unknown if extended field trips will be allowed by BSD, Football Camp will be at BHS!  We know the team will be sad, but we are starting to put together an amazing week of football and team building for our varsity players and coaches.  By solidifying this as our venue and the dates, we can begin to do the planning and make it AHHH-MAZING.


BHS Varsity Team Football Camp

July 13-17 (Tuesday-Saturday)

The team will be engaged in football camp activities ALL Day (plan for 7:30am-9:30pm).  The boys will just come home to shower and sleep! 

**Within the next couple weeks we will send out further information to share the cost of camp and survey to see who will be coming. 

Wolverine 2020 Varsity Football Camp (Canceled)

July Camp is canceled because of Covid-19

Please check back for information regarding camp activities 

WHAT:  Football Camp for incoming 10-12 grade students at BHS


WHEN:  July 27-July 31, daily from 7am-10pm

COST:  $250 per player (covers 3 meals a day and some SWAG)

Players must have current information complete using FINAL FORMS to be able to participate. 

note:  Impact testing will be provided by BHS for those who need to update -TBD

Click on Link Below to Register

Wolverine Varsity Camp - Fort Worden - July 7-12, 2020 (Cancelled)

Travel Schedule

Depart -- 7/7, Players arrive at TBD, Bus Departs at TBD

Return - 7/12, Depart Fort Worden for BHS  - TBD Departure. Arrival back to BHS early afternoon

Packing List, Misc.

  1. One large bag for football equipment and one bag for clothes, toiletries etc
  2. Players should bring a pillow, sleeping bag (or linens)
  3. Sleeping and seating arrangements – handled by coaches and players
  4. The players need all their equipment 
  5. Don't forget Toiletries 
  6. Consider taking Aleve, Excedrin, Powder,  Anti-bacterial lotion, Individual soap in a container, Spray Sun Protection, tape, band-aides – coaches will not be carrying and dispensing meds or applying lotion
  7. A trainer from the District will be at the camp for all days
  8. Food and snacks – players can take whatever they want as long as it fits in their bags. There are lots of snacks provided by parents
  9. Food will be served at the camp – breakfast, lunch and dinner
  10. Parents put on Bque Saturday evening
  11. A trainer will be at camp all days
  12.  Phone & Charger
  13.  Water Bottle with name on it


Fort Worden - Dorm 203 (Virtual Tour)

Fort Worden

Memorial Athletic Field - where practices are held, a couple of miles from Fort Worden. Transportation provided back and forth by 2 Bellevue School District vans.


Parents - please take the time to learn the unique history of Bellevue Wolverine Football Program at Fort Worden with this Newspaper article -

The Wolverine way: Summer camp bonds Bellevue players (Seattle Times) 2004

During this special week the players will build unique trust, set team goals, and strengthen friendships that will last a life time. This is a players camp first which is supported by coaches, parents and Bellevue High School Administration.

The roots of this camp can be traced to at least 1987, when then-coach Dwaine Hatch began bringing the Wolverines here for the first few days of August practice. The annual trip was discontinued after Hatch's departure in 1994, but reinstated before Goncharoff's second season in 2001.

The reasons for returning to Fort Worden — a former Army base and juvenile-diagnostic center turned state park — were many. Primary among them, however, was Goncharoff's aversion to team camps, where most of the coaching focuses on individual skills and is done by people who have no long-term stake in the programs they are teaching.

At Fort Worden, Bellevue players learn Bellevue techniques from Bellevue coaches.

Fort Worden Tradition

Players who have walked this field before your son include names like David DeCastro, Stephen Schilling, Eric Block, Myles Jack, Tim Hahel, Budda Baker and many more who sweated blue and gold each summer on the Port Townsend Memorial Field. These players have voiced that this camp changed their lives .This season, the camp and the activities leading up to the first game are incredibly important. The schedule is challenging and without an "all in" approach by players, coaches and parents we will not be playing at our best each week. Fort Worden begins this journey, as it has since the late 90's.  Fort Worden Football Camp is one of the most important activities our players participate in over the off-season but to pull it off, we need the parents and players committed to support the camp through their donations and time.


The price of camp includes food, lodging, practice field, bus transportation and helps cover the cost of coaches attending.  If the cost of the camp creates a financial hardship, you can make payment arrangements or apply for a partial or activity cost offset. Please contact our AD John Hill at for scholarship opportunity  / or payment arrangements.


2019 Fort Worden Bque

Saturday night tradition where parents go up to Fort Worden and put on a bque