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2024 Summer Next Level Hockey Camp

Next Level's superior teaching model allows students to learn skills and improve their game. Our program is known for providing an intense and disciplined learning environment. The instruction team is briefed by the Lead Instructor before each session to ensure the team is prepared to teach.  On-ice sessions are taught through a variety of methods with emphasis on...

  • Drill Progression
  • Skating techniques
  • Puck control & Shooting

Skaters attending the camp will be provided with a next level hockey jersey and a end of camp report-card. Complete Training and Advanced Training programs include a daily hot lunch provided by Sheboygan Blue Line. 


Basic Skills Program

* Registration Closed*  Email sheboyganlakers@gmail.com to see if slots are still available

July 8-12, 2024 • 8:30 – 11:30 am
Birth Years 2016-2018

$395

The Basic Skills Program is designed for students 6 to 8 years old. The focus of this program is basic individual skill development within a fun environment. The major skill emphasis is on skating and striding techniques. Backward skating, agility, and turning are other skating techniques taught. Puck control is taught and practiced using balls, light pucks, and regular pucks. Drill progression is slow and specific with continuous instructor feedback. This program is a half-day from 8:30-11:30 am with each half-day session divided into 4 or 5 skill sets per day with periods of fun in between and at the end of each session. The half-day session has a 20 minute break in the middle.


Now offering Payment plan options! See details in registration for more information. 


Essential Skills Program

* Registration Closed*  Email sheboyganlakers@gmail.com to see if slots are still available

July 8-12, 2024 • 12:30 – 4:30 pm
Birth Years 2014-2016

$495

The Essential Skills Program is for students between the ages of 8 and 10. The design of this program is to help students transition from the half day Basic Skills Program to the rigorous, 30-hour per week Complete Training Program.  The emphasis is on skating and agility, as well as developing puck control. Drill progression will be at a steady pace with continuous instructor feedback. This program will run from 12:30 - 4:30 pm. The first half of the day generally focuses on skating and puck handling skills, whereas the second half of the day focuses on shooting and games (including a scrimmage).

This Camp has (2) open slots for Goalies. Please follow registration directions for 50% off Goalie Discount.

Now offering Payment plan options! See details in registration for more information. 


Complete Training Program

July 15-19, 2024 • 8:30 – 4 pm
Birth Years 2011-2014

$595

The Complete Program is for students between the ages of 10 and 13. The major emphasis is on all aspects of skating and agility, complemented by extensive puck control. Drill progression is steady and challenging. This is a demanding week, that provides 30 hours of on-ice hockey instruction while providing a team building experience in a disciplined environment. Students within this program learn about leadership, commitment, work ethic, and the benefits of team work. What we are looking to achieve, in addition to comprehensive hockey skills development, is a structured and disciplined teambuilding experience where players learn life-lessons that will benefit them in their athletic career and beyond. This includes the idea that their physical and mental limitations are well beyond where they believe them to be. This can lead to a sense of accomplishment and increased confidence, as well as improving their skating ability by the end of a single week. This program takes place over a full-day, starting at 8:30 am and ending at 4:00 pm with hot lunch included. 

This Camp has (3) open slots for Goalies. Please follow registration directions for 50% off Goalie Discount.

Now offering Payment plan options! See details in registration for more information. 


Advanced Training Program

July 22-26, 2024 • 8:30 am – 4:00 pm
Birth Years 2007-2011

$625

This program is for 14U and High School students.  It's the  training camp you need to tune your individual skills, sharpen your positional skills, and improve your game sense to prepare for the upcoming season. It is best suited to players interested in playing at a very competitive level of hockey. This program will develop individual skills, including skating technique and edgework, but will also focus on team play, in-game concepts, and position specific skills. Individual on-ice sessions will include team practices, position-specific sessions, power skating sessions, and daily scrimmages to help hone the team and positional skills taught throughout the week. This is a very competitive week, which provides 30 hours of high-level hockey instruction. Students in this program learn about leadership, commitment, teamwork, and develop a better understanding of what it takes to advance to the next level. This program takes place over a full day, starting at 8:30 am and ending at 4:00 pm with a daily hot lunch included. 

This Camp has (3) open slots for Goalies. Please follow registration directions for 50% off Goalie Discount.

Now offering Payment plan options! See details in registration for more information. 


Register for Next Level Hockey Camp (REGISTRATION IS OPEN!)

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Basic and Essential Camp Registrations are closed.  Email sheboyganlakers@gmail.com to see if slots are still available


Registration for all programs are included in this registration link. You will be able to make your program selection during the registration process.  Payment plan and payments by credit card/checking account are available directly through Sports Engine.

Offline Payment in full option instructions in registration. No offline payments plans available. 

Please note, each Program offered has limited spots.  Therefore, each program is non-refundable upon registration.

Registration Questions

Kasey Schroeder

Phone: 920-458-3111

Next Level Program Director Questions

Jack Fredricks

Phone: 715-891-1153