All Athletics Listed By Age

We're proud to offer a variety of classes each season. From soccer and baseball to field hockey and flag football, and everything in between. Scroll down to browse our program offerings and sign up today!

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Find ALL athletics offerings (sorted chronologically in each age category) for the following ages...

 3 years | 4 years | 5 years | 6 years
7 years | 8 years | 9 years | 10 years | 11 years | 12 years


3 years old


Bitty Basketball (3-5 years)
Learn the fundamentals of basketball with our patient, creative instructors. Participants will learn skills and techniques through simple, fun games and activities. Kids will learn proper dribbling and shooting methods. Not only do the have more fun than those who don't play, but Bitty Basketballers are also better prepared for our U6 Basketball League when they're the right age.
This program is taught by Hill House athletics instructors.
Register now: Mondays at 3:30 Mondays at 4:15 Wednesdays at 3:30

Born to Play Baseball (3-4.5 years)
Introduce your child to America's favorite pastime through this beloved Hill House class. Kids will learn the fundamentals of baseball through fun games and activities. These littlest baseball players will learn hitting, fielding and throwing from an experienced, supportive team of coaches. 
This program is taught by Hill House Athletics Instructors.
Register now: Tuesdays at 1:30 Wednesdays at 1:30 Fridays at 1:30
       Tuesdays at 4:15 Fridays at 3:30

Half Kick Soccer (3-5 years)
Through energetic games and age-appropriate activities, participants will learn basic dribbling, passing and shooting skills in addition to the most basic rules of soccer. The primary goal of Half Kick is to encourage further participation by making soccer fun and engaging. 
This program is taught by Hill House athletics instructors.
Register now for 3-5 year olds: Mondays at 1:30 Thursdays at 3:00 Saturdays at 9:30
                  Mondays at 2:15 Saturdays at 10:30
Saturdays at 11:30
Register now for 3-4.5 year olds: Thursdays at 5:15

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4 years old

Bitty Basketball (3-5 years)
Learn the fundamentals of basketball with our patient, creative instructors. Participants will learn skills and techniques through simple, fun games and activities. Kids will learn proper dribbling and shooting methods. Not only do the have more fun than those who don't play, but Bitty Basketballers are also better prepared for our U6 Basketball League when they're the right age.
This program is taught by Hill House athletics instructors.
Register now: Mondays at 3:30 Mondays at 4:15 Wednesdays at 3:30

Born to Play Baseball (3-4.5 years)
Introduce your child to America's favorite pastime through this beloved Hill House class. Kids will learn the fundamentals of baseball through fun games and activities. These littlest baseball players will learn hitting, fielding and throwing from an experienced, supportive team of coaches. 
This program is taught by Hill House Athletics Instructors.
Register now: Tuesdays at 1:30 Wednesdays at 1:30 Fridays at 1:30
       Tuesdays at 4:15 Fridays at 3:30

Half Kick Soccer (3-5 years)
Through energetic games and age-appropriate activities, participants will learn basic dribbling, passing and shooting skills in addition to the most basic rules of soccer. The primary goal of Half Kick is to encourage further participation by making soccer fun and engaging. 
This program is taught by Hill House athletics instructors.
Register now for 3-5 year olds: Mondays at 1:30 Thursdays at 3:00 Saturdays at 9:30
                  Mondays at 2:15 Saturdays at 10:30
Saturdays at 11:30
Register now for 3-4.5 year olds: Thursdays at 5:15

T-Ball (4-5 years)
T-Ball invites you to embark on your child's first experience with Hill House team play. Participants learn the basics of teamwork and simple baseball technique in a hands-on environment. T-Ball participants practice once during the week and play one game each weekend. Every player is assigned a team, and all teams are co-ed.
This program led by volunteer coaches and Hill House athletics instructors.
Register now: Tuesday practices at 5:00 and Saturday games at 11:00 
Considering coaching? Fill out our volunteer application and send it to Sam Renshaw!

Tiny Tennis (4-5 years)
Join us under the bubble on the tennis courts this winter and stay active through the cold months! Tennis sessions will include fun, patient instructions covering basic tennis skills in coordination with the USTA Quick Start Program. Stroke production, on-court skills, fitness and tennis education will all be covered in an upbeat, drill-based environment. Racquets are available on-site for proper fitting.
This program led by Dennis Czech and the CHAD Tennis team.
Register now: Thursdays at 3:30

U6 Soccer Clinic (4.5-5 years)
This clinic will hep solidify the basics of the world's most popular sport for your young athlete. Games and drills will allow players to get used to having a ball at their feet. We will work to develop listening and cooperation skills. A focus on dribbling, passing and shooting will give players a chance to compete against one another. We aim to assist in the development of players' skills to that they might achieve their maximum potential at their own pace. Based on numbers, all players enrolled will train in small groups determined by age and ability. The primary focus at this level is the development of fundamental skills in a fun environment with the beginnings of structured team play.
This program led by Hill House athletics instructors.
Register now:  Thursdays at 5:15


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5 years old

Active April Athletics (5-7 years)
No school? 
No problem - keep your athlete entertained during school vacation week at one of our age-appropriate pick-up games. These afternoon sessions will be a mix of sports that will depend on the group's interest between the options of basketball, soccer and floor hockey. There will be plenty of playing time with the objective of keeping the children active while they're taking a break from school.
This program led by Athletics Instructors.
Register now: April 18 at 1:15 April 20 at 1:15

Advanced Born to Play Baseball (5-7 years)
Once your little athlete has mastered the basics, go deeper with this sequel, which introduces the rules, positioning and situations of competitive baseball. Unlike Born to Play Baseball's repetitive nature, the advanced program targets a participant's strengths and weaknesses and promises improvement and athletic confidence. 
This program's instructor is to be announced.
Register now:  Wednesdays at 4:30

Bitty Basketball (3-5 years)
Learn the fundamentals of basketball with our patient, creative instructors. Participants will learn skills and techniques through simple, fun games and activities. Kids will learn proper dribbling and shooting methods. Not only do the have more fun than those who don't play, but Bitty Basketballers are also better prepared for our U6 Basketball League when they're the right age.
This program is taught by Hill House athletics instructors.
Register now: Mondays at 3:30 Mondays at 4:15 Wednesdays at 3:30

February Fun Sports (5-7 years)
No school? No problem - keep your athlete entertained during school vacation week at one of our age-appropriate pick-up games. These afternoon sessions will be a mix of sports that will depend on the group's interest between the options of basketball, soccer and floor hockey. There will be plenty of playing time with the objective of keeping the children active while they're taking a break from school.
This program led by Athletics Instructors.
Register now: February 21 at 1:15 February 23 at 1:15

Half Kick Soccer (3-5 years)
Through energetic games and age-appropriate activities, participants will learn basic dribbling, passing and shooting skills in addition to the most basic rules of soccer. The primary goal of Half Kick is to encourage further participation by making soccer fun and engaging. 
This program is taught by Hill House athletics instructors.
Register now for 3-5 year olds: Mondays at 1:30 Thursdays at 3:00 Saturdays at 9:30
                  Mondays at 2:15 Saturdays at 10:30
Saturdays at 11:30
Register now for 3-4.5 year olds: Thursdays at 5:15

Intro to Flag Football (5-6 years
Welcome back the NFL season by giving players their first taste of playing the game in a fun and safe environment. Run through plays while learning the basics of the game with the Hill House coaches. Time will be split between learning a new skill each week and implementing that in a game at the end.
This program taught by Hill House Athletic Instructors.
Register now: Thursdays at 4:30  Fridays at 4:15

T-Ball (4-5 years)
T-Ball invites you to embark on your child's first experience with Hill House team play. Participants learn the basics of teamwork and simple baseball technique in a hands-on environment. T-Ball participants practice once during the week and play one game each weekend. Every player is assigned a team, and all teams are co-ed.
This program led by volunteer coaches and Hill House athletics instructors.
Register now: Tuesday practices at 5:00 and Saturday games at 11:00 
Considering coaching? Fill out our volunteer application and send it to Sam Renshaw!

Tiny Tennis (4-5 years)
Join us under the bubble on the tennis courts this winter and stay active through the cold months! Tennis sessions will include fun, patient instructions covering basic tennis skills in coordination with the USTA Quick Start Program. Stroke production, on-court skills, fitness and tennis education will all be covered in an upbeat, drill-based environment. Racquets are available on-site for proper fitting.
This program led by Dennis Czech and the CHAD Tennis team.
Register now: Thursdays at 3:30

U6 Soccer Clinic (4.5-5 years)
This clinic will hep solidify the basics of the world's most popular sport for your young athlete. Games and drills will allow players to get used to having a ball at their feet. We will work to develop listening and cooperation skills. A focus on dribbling, passing and shooting will give players a chance to compete against one another. We aim to assist in the development of players' skills to that they might achieve their maximum potential at their own pace. Based on numbers, all players enrolled will train in small groups determined by age and ability. The primary focus at this level is the development of fundamental skills in a fun environment with the beginnings of structured team play.
This program led by Hill House athletics instructors.
Register now:  Thursdays at 5:15

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6 years old

 

AA Baseball (6-7 years)
In this coach-pitched league, players continue to build upon the basic fundamentals developed in T-Ball while learning live hitting, position play and the basics of formal game-play with rules being introduced gradually throughout the season. Participants practice once during the week and play one game each weekend. All players are assigned to a team, and all teams are co-ed.
This program led by volunteer coaches and Hill House athletics instructors.
Register now: Friday practices at 4:30 and Saturday games at 12:00
Considering coaching? Fill out our volunteer application and send it to Sam Renshaw!

Active April Athletics (5-7 years)
No school? 
No problem - keep your athlete entertained during school vacation week at one of our age-appropriate pick-up games. These afternoon sessions will be a mix of sports that will depend on the group's interest between the options of basketball, soccer and floor hockey. There will be plenty of playing time with the objective of keeping the children active while they're taking a break from school.
This program led by Athletics Instructors.
Register now: April 18 at 1:15 April 20 at 1:15

Advanced Born to Play Baseball (5-7 years)
Once your little athlete has mastered the basics, go deeper with this sequel, which introduces the rules, positioning and situations of competitive baseball. Unlike Born to Play Baseball's repetitive nature, the advanced program targets a participant's strengths and weaknesses and promises improvement and athletic confidence. 
This program's instructor is to be announced.
Register now:  Wednesdays at 4:30

February Fun Sports (5-7 years)
No school? No problem - keep your athlete entertained during school vacation week at one of our age-appropriate pick-up games. These afternoon sessions will be a mix of sports that will depend on the group's interest between the options of basketball, soccer and floor hockey. There will be plenty of playing time with the objective of keeping the children active while they're taking a break from school.
This program led by Athletics Instructors.
Register now: February 21 at 1:15 February 23 at 1:15

Girls Field Hockey (6-12 years)
Join us on the Teddy Ebersol's Red Sox Fields as we learn the basics of field hockey. Proper grip, ball control and body positioning will all be instilled as we run drills to help players solidify the rules of the sport as they practice passing and scoring out on the fields.
This program led by Hill House instructors.
Register now for the 6-8 year old section: Wednesdays at 4:30

Girls Softball (6-12 years)
Girls will have a chance to be part of a team, have practices and be part of a league this spring. All levels are welcome as players will be split by age and ability. Experienced, enthusiastic coaches will teach the basics of hitting, fielding and positional play as well as regular scrimmaging. With a practice each week and a game on Saturday mornings, players are sure to see huge growth throughout the season while having fun and making new friends. Each player will receive a jersey and a hat.
This program led by Hill House Athletic Instructors.
Register now: Thursday practices at 5:15 and Saturday games at 8:30

Intro to Flag Football (5-6 years
Welcome back the NFL season by giving players their first taste of playing the game in a fun and safe environment. Run through plays while learning the basics of the game with the Hill House coaches. Time will be split between learning a new skill each week and implementing that in a game at the end.
This program taught by Hill House Athletic Instructors.
Register now: Thursdays at 4:30  Fridays at 4:15

Stay Sharp Basketball (6-8 years)
If you count the days from the end of Hill House's basketball season, this is a class just for you! Continue to develop dribbling, shooting and strategic skills on the court as you gain valuable playing time with your winter teammates for an additional season. Just like our winter soccer clinic and our fall batting practices, keep your body in motion and your muscle memory fresh in season and out.
This program is taught by Hill House athletics instructors.
Register now: Mondays at 5:00​

Sunday Soccer (6-12 years)
Polish your skills in the off-season with this Sunday afternoon clinic. Players will work on all aspects of the game, including dribbling, passing shooting and team strategy. Hill House's Sunday Soccer program will develop all aspects of a player's game by placing them in a fast, fun setting. Enjoy playtime on the Esplanade each week as the weather grows warmer! Open to all experience levels.
This program led by Hill House athletics instructors.
Register now: Sundays at 2:00

New! Tennis Club (6-12 years)
Grab your racquet and head to the Boston Common tennis courts to build your tennis skills. Open to beginner and strong players alike as the individual attention from the tennis instructor will challenge players at their own level. Places will be limited for this new class, which will develop each player's "love" for tennis.
This program led by Hill House athletics instructors.
Register now: Tuesdays at 4:30

 

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7 years old

 

Active April Athletics (5-7 years)
No school? 
No problem - keep your athlete entertained during school vacation week at one of our age-appropriate pick-up games. These afternoon sessions will be a mix of sports that will depend on the group's interest between the options of basketball, soccer and floor hockey. There will be plenty of playing time with the objective of keeping the children active while they're taking a break from school.
This program led by Athletics Instructors.
Register now: April 18 at 1:15 April 20 at 1:15

AA Baseball (6-7 years)
In this coach-pitched league, players continue to build upon the basic fundamentals developed in T-Ball while learning live hitting, position play and the basics of formal game-play with rules being introduced gradually throughout the season. Participants practice once during the week and play one game each weekend. All players are assigned to a team, and all teams are co-ed.
This program led by volunteer coaches and Hill House athletics instructors.
Register now: Friday practices at 4:30 and Saturday games at 12:00
Considering coaching? Fill out our volunteer application and send it to Sam Renshaw!

Advanced Born to Play Baseball (5-7 years)
Once your little athlete has mastered the basics, go deeper with this sequel, which introduces the rules, positioning and situations of competitive baseball. Unlike Born to Play Baseball's repetitive nature, the advanced program targets a participant's strengths and weaknesses and promises improvement and athletic confidence. 
This program's instructor is to be announced.
Register now:  Wednesdays at 4:30

February Fun Sports (5-7 years)
No school? No problem - keep your athlete entertained during school vacation week at one of our age-appropriate pick-up games. These afternoon sessions will be a mix of sports that will depend on the group's interest between the options of basketball, soccer and floor hockey. There will be plenty of playing time with the objective of keeping the children active while they're taking a break from school.
This program led by Athletics Instructors.
Register now: February 21 at 1:15 February 23 at 1:15

Flag Football (7-12 years) 
Flag Football introduces children to the game of flag football through drills and scrimmages. Children will learn the fundamental skills necessary to excel in football and will receive instruction designed to improve their speed, agility and overall athleticism. The program promises exercise and instills good sportsmanship and teamwork.
This program taught by Hill House Athletic Instructors.
Register now: Fridays at 5:15 Sundays at 4:00

Girls Field Hockey (6-12 years)
Join us on the Teddy Ebersol's Red Sox Fields as we learn the basics of field hockey. Proper grip, ball control and body positioning will all be instilled as we run drills to help players solidify the rules of the sport as they practice passing and scoring out on the fields.
This program led by Hill House instructors.
Register now for the 6-8 year old section: Wednesdays at 4:30

Girls' Running Club (7-12 years)
This is a seven week course for girls that will meet on the Boston Common. New and experienced distance runners will be coached toward success as they learn about running over different types of terrain, the importance of keeping a steady pace throughout a long-distance run and setting running goals for themselves as they progress throughout the season. While they’re running, the girls will also have discussions surrounding positive body image, eating habits, friendships and more to help boost self-esteem and instill confidence. The season will culminate with the opportunity to run in a local 5K.
This program is coached by Hill House athletics instructors.
Register now: Mondays at 5:30 Tuesdays at 5:30

Girls Softball (6-12 years)
Girls will have a chance to be part of a team, have practices and be part of a league this spring. All levels are welcome as players will be split by age and ability. Experienced, enthusiastic coaches will teach the basics of hitting, fielding and positional play as well as regular scrimmaging. With a practice each week and a game on Saturday mornings, players are sure to see huge growth throughout the season while having fun and making new friends. Each player will receive a jersey and a hat.
This program led by Hill House Athletic Instructors.
Register now: Thursday practices at 5:15 and Saturday games at 8:30

Private Coaching Clinics (7-12 years)
Develop your child's confidence and athletic ability through tailored individual practices. Hill House's lead coaches will create and deliver a personalized practice to help progress the player's skill to the next level. Choose from basketball, soccer, football or baseball and create a package to build skills each week.
Private sessions headed by Hill House athletics instructors.
Spaces may be available. Contact srenshaw@hillhouseboston.org to schedule your lessons today.

Rookie Rugby (7-12 years)
Rookie Rugby is the non-contact version of rugby for children. Students become well versed in the basics of the game, overall concepts, teamwork, leadership and other skills that will make them successful both on and off the field. The Rookie Rugby curriculum is designed to take even the most novice of athletes and help them be a rugby start, all while staying active and healthy.
This program is taught by Mass Youth Rugby Organization. 
Register now: Sundays at 1:00

Stay Sharp Basketball (6-8 years)
If you count the days from the end of Hill House's basketball season, this is a class just for you! Continue to develop dribbling, shooting and strategic skills on the court as you gain valuable playing time with your winter teammates for an additional season. Just like our winter soccer clinic and our fall batting practices, keep your body in motion and your muscle memory fresh in season and out.
This program is taught by Hill House athletics instructors.
Register now: Mondays at 5:00​

Sunday Soccer (6-12 years)
Polish your skills in the off-season with this Sunday afternoon clinic. Players will work on all aspects of the game, including dribbling, passing shooting and team strategy. Hill House's Sunday Soccer program will develop all aspects of a player's game by placing them in a fast, fun setting. Enjoy playtime on the Esplanade each week as the weather grows warmer! Open to all experience levels.
This program led by Hill House athletics instructors.
Register now: Sundays at 2:00

New! Tennis Club (6-12 years)
Grab your racquet and head to the Boston Common tennis courts to build your tennis skills. Open to beginner and strong players alike as the individual attention from the tennis instructor will challenge players at their own level. Places will be limited for this new class, which will develop each player's "love" for tennis.
This program led by Hill House athletics instructors.
Register now: Tuesdays at 4:30

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8 years old

 

AAA Baseball (8-9 years)
In this player-pitched league, participants learn more specialized and advanced positional skills while playing in a formalized, official league with the rules and techniques they have learned in AA. Participants practice once during the week and play one game each weekend. Every player is assigned to a team, and all teams are co-ed.
This program led by volunteer coaches and Hill House athletics instructors.
Register now: Wednesday practices at 5:15 and Saturday games at 9:30
Considering coaching? Fill out our volunteer application and send it to Sam Renshaw!

Flag Football (7-12 years) 
Flag Football introduces children to the game of flag football through drills and scrimmages. Children will learn the fundamental skills necessary to excel in football and will receive instruction designed to improve their speed, agility and overall athleticism. The program promises exercise and instills good sportsmanship and teamwork.
This program taught by Hill House Athletic Instructors.
Register now: Fridays at 5:15 Sundays at 4:00

Girls Field Hockey (6-12 years)
Join us on the Teddy Ebersol's Red Sox Fields as we learn the basics of field hockey. Proper grip, ball control and body positioning will all be instilled as we run drills to help players solidify the rules of the sport as they practice passing and scoring out on the fields.
This program led by Hill House instructors.
Register now for the 6-8 year old section: Wednesdays at 4:30

Girls' Running Club (7-12 years)
This is a seven week course for girls that will meet on the Boston Common. New and experienced distance runners will be coached toward success as they learn about running over different types of terrain, the importance of keeping a steady pace throughout a long-distance run and setting running goals for themselves as they progress throughout the season. While they’re running, the girls will also have discussions surrounding positive body image, eating habits, friendships and more to help boost self-esteem and instill confidence. The season will culminate with the opportunity to run in a local 5K.
This program is coached by Hill House athletics instructors.
Register now: Mondays at 5:30 Tuesdays at 5:30

Girls Softball (6-12 years)
Girls will have a chance to be part of a team, have practices and be part of a league this spring. All levels are welcome as players will be split by age and ability. Experienced, enthusiastic coaches will teach the basics of hitting, fielding and positional play as well as regular scrimmaging. With a practice each week and a game on Saturday mornings, players are sure to see huge growth throughout the season while having fun and making new friends. Each player will receive a jersey and a hat.
This program led by Hill House Athletic Instructors.
Register now: Thursday practices at 5:15 and Saturday games at 8:30

Hill House United (8-12 years)
Hill House United is a travel soccer program for more advanced players looking to learn and compete at a higher level. Teams compete in the Boston Area Youth Soccer League and play other local travel teams. Playing requires a significant commitment due to the travel involved. All travel is limited to the Greater Boston area. Players must have tried out and made the team before registering. Contact Sam Renshaw to learn about age requirements. 
View more information on Hill House United.

Private Coaching Clinics (7-12 years)
Develop your child's confidence and athletic ability through tailored individual practices. Hill House's lead coaches will create and deliver a personalized practice to help progress the player's skill to the next level. Choose from basketball, soccer, football or baseball and create a package to build skills each week.
Private sessions headed by Hill House athletics instructors.
Spaces may be available. Contact srenshaw@hillhouseboston.org to schedule your lessons today.

Rookie Rugby (7-12 years)
Rookie Rugby is the non-contact version of rugby for children. Students become well versed in the basics of the game, overall concepts, teamwork, leadership and other skills that will make them successful both on and off the field. The Rookie Rugby curriculum is designed to take even the most novice of athletes and help them be a rugby start, all while staying active and healthy.
This program is taught by Mass Youth Rugby Organization. 
Register now: Sundays at 1:00

Stay Sharp Basketball (6-8 years)
If you count the days from the end of Hill House's basketball season, this is a class just for you! Continue to develop dribbling, shooting and strategic skills on the court as you gain valuable playing time with your winter teammates for an additional season. Just like our winter soccer clinic and our fall batting practices, keep your body in motion and your muscle memory fresh in season and out.
This program is taught by Hill House athletics instructors.
Register now: Mondays at 5:00​

Sunday Soccer (6-12 years)
Polish your skills in the off-season with this Sunday afternoon clinic. Players will work on all aspects of the game, including dribbling, passing shooting and team strategy. Hill House's Sunday Soccer program will develop all aspects of a player's game by placing them in a fast, fun setting. Enjoy playtime on the Esplanade each week as the weather grows warmer! Open to all experience levels.
This program led by Hill House athletics instructors.
Register now: Sundays at 2:00

New! Tennis Club (6-12 years)
Grab your racquet and head to the Boston Common tennis courts to build your tennis skills. Open to beginner and strong players alike as the individual attention from the tennis instructor will challenge players at their own level. Places will be limited for this new class, which will develop each player's "love" for tennis.
This program led by Hill House athletics instructors.
Register now: Tuesdays at 4:30

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9 years old

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AAA Baseball (8-9 years)
In this player-pitched league, participants learn more specialized and advanced positional skills while playing in a formalized, official league with the rules and techniques they have learned in AA. Participants practice once during the week and play one game each weekend. Every player is assigned to a team, and all teams are co-ed.
This program led by volunteer coaches and Hill House athletics instructors.
Register now: Wednesday practices at 5:15 and Saturday games at 9:30
Considering coaching? Fill out our volunteer application and send it to Sam Renshaw!

Flag Football (7-12 years) 
Flag Football introduces children to the game of flag football through drills and scrimmages. Children will learn the fundamental skills necessary to excel in football and will receive instruction designed to improve their speed, agility and overall athleticism. The program promises exercise and instills good sportsmanship and teamwork.
This program taught by Hill House Athletic Instructors.
Register now: Fridays at 5:15 Sundays at 4:00

Girls Field Hockey (6-12 years)
Join us on the Teddy Ebersol's Red Sox Fields as we learn the basics of field hockey. Proper grip, ball control and body positioning will all be instilled as we run drills to help players solidify the rules of the sport as they practice passing and scoring out on the fields.
This program led by Hill House instructors.

Register now for the 9-12 year old section: Wednesdays at 5:30

Girls' Running Club (7-12 years)
This is a seven week course for girls that will meet on the Boston Common. New and experienced distance runners will be coached toward success as they learn about running over different types of terrain, the importance of keeping a steady pace throughout a long-distance run and setting running goals for themselves as they progress throughout the season. While they’re running, the girls will also have discussions surrounding positive body image, eating habits, friendships and more to help boost self-esteem and instill confidence. The season will culminate with the opportunity to run in a local 5K.
This program is coached by Hill House athletics instructors.
Register now: Mondays at 5:30 Tuesdays at 5:30

Girls Softball (6-12 years)
Girls will have a chance to be part of a team, have practices and be part of a league this spring. All levels are welcome as players will be split by age and ability. Experienced, enthusiastic coaches will teach the basics of hitting, fielding and positional play as well as regular scrimmaging. With a practice each week and a game on Saturday mornings, players are sure to see huge growth throughout the season while having fun and making new friends. Each player will receive a jersey and a hat.
This program led by Hill House Athletic Instructors.
Register now: Thursday practices at 5:15 and Saturday games at 8:30

Hill House United (8-12 years)
Hill House United is a travel soccer program for more advanced players looking to learn and compete at a higher level. Teams compete in the Boston Area Youth Soccer League and play other local travel teams. Playing requires a significant commitment due to the travel involved. All travel is limited to the Greater Boston area. Players must have tried out and made the team before registering. Contact Sam Renshaw to learn about age requirements. 
View more information on Hill House United.

Private Coaching Clinics (7-12 years)
Develop your child's confidence and athletic ability through tailored individual practices. Hill House's lead coaches will create and deliver a personalized practice to help progress the player's skill to the next level. Choose from basketball, soccer, football or baseball and create a package to build skills each week.
Private sessions headed by Hill House athletics instructors.
Spaces may be available. Contact srenshaw@hillhouseboston.org to schedule your lessons today.

Rookie Rugby (7-12 years)
Rookie Rugby is the non-contact version of rugby for children. Students become well versed in the basics of the game, overall concepts, teamwork, leadership and other skills that will make them successful both on and off the field. The Rookie Rugby curriculum is designed to take even the most novice of athletes and help them be a rugby start, all while staying active and healthy.
This program is taught by Mass Youth Rugby Organization. 
Register now: Sundays at 1:00

Sunday Soccer (6-12 years)
Polish your skills in the off-season with this Sunday afternoon clinic. Players will work on all aspects of the game, including dribbling, passing shooting and team strategy. Hill House's Sunday Soccer program will develop all aspects of a player's game by placing them in a fast, fun setting. Enjoy playtime on the Esplanade each week as the weather grows warmer! Open to all experience levels.
This program led by Hill House athletics instructors.
Register now: Sundays at 2:00

New! Tennis Club (6-12 years)
Grab your racquet and head to the Boston Common tennis courts to build your tennis skills. Open to beginner and strong players alike as the individual attention from the tennis instructor will challenge players at their own level. Places will be limited for this new class, which will develop each player's "love" for tennis.
This program led by Hill House athletics instructors.
Register now: Tuesdays at 4:30

 


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10 years old

 

Flag Football (7-12 years) 
Flag Football introduces children to the game of flag football through drills and scrimmages. Children will learn the fundamental skills necessary to excel in football and will receive instruction designed to improve their speed, agility and overall athleticism. The program promises exercise and instills good sportsmanship and teamwork.
This program taught by Hill House Athletic Instructors.
Register now: Fridays at 5:15 Sundays at 4:00

Girls Field Hockey (6-12 years)
Join us on the Teddy Ebersol's Red Sox Fields as we learn the basics of field hockey. Proper grip, ball control and body positioning will all be instilled as we run drills to help players solidify the rules of the sport as they practice passing and scoring out on the fields.
This program led by Hill House instructors.

Register now for the 9-12 year old section: Wednesdays at 5:30

Girls' Running Club (7-12 years)
This is a seven week course for girls that will meet on the Boston Common. New and experienced distance runners will be coached toward success as they learn about running over different types of terrain, the importance of keeping a steady pace throughout a long-distance run and setting running goals for themselves as they progress throughout the season. While they’re running, the girls will also have discussions surrounding positive body image, eating habits, friendships and more to help boost self-esteem and instill confidence. The season will culminate with the opportunity to run in a local 5K.
This program is coached by Hill House athletics instructors.
Register now: Mondays at 5:30 Tuesdays at 5:30

Girls Softball (6-12 years)
Girls will have a chance to be part of a team, have practices and be part of a league this spring. All levels are welcome as players will be split by age and ability. Experienced, enthusiastic coaches will teach the basics of hitting, fielding and positional play as well as regular scrimmaging. With a practice each week and a game on Saturday mornings, players are sure to see huge growth throughout the season while having fun and making new friends. Each player will receive a jersey and a hat.
This program led by Hill House Athletic Instructors.
Register now: Thursday practices at 5:15 and Saturday games at 8:30

Hill House United (8-12 years)
Hill House United is a travel soccer program for more advanced players looking to learn and compete at a higher level. Teams compete in the Boston Area Youth Soccer League and play other local travel teams. Playing requires a significant commitment due to the travel involved. All travel is limited to the Greater Boston area. Players must have tried out and made the team before registering. Contact Sam Renshaw to learn about age requirements. 
View more information on Hill House United.

Majors Baseball (10-12 years)
After years of learning fundamentals and honing their skills, players will be in an ideal position to succeed in this energetic and dynamic league. The emphasis is on challenging yourself and having fun competing against friends for the league championship while also playing teams from surrounding towns. Teams will have at least one practice and two games each week. We will continue to have a standardized schedule and follow national affiliated guidelines and rules.
Practices will be on one day depending on your team placement.
This program led by volunteer coaches and Hill House athletics instructors.
Register now: Tuesday or Wednesday practices at 5:30 and Monday and Thursday games at 5:30
Considering coaching? Fill out our volunteer application and send it to Sam Renshaw!

Private Coaching Clinics (7-12 years)
Develop your child's confidence and athletic ability through tailored individual practices. Hill House's lead coaches will create and deliver a personalized practice to help progress the player's skill to the next level. Choose from basketball, soccer, football or baseball and create a package to build skills each week.
Private sessions headed by Hill House athletics instructors.
Spaces may be available. Contact srenshaw@hillhouseboston.org to schedule your lessons today.

Rookie Rugby (7-12 years)
Rookie Rugby is the non-contact version of rugby for children. Students become well versed in the basics of the game, overall concepts, teamwork, leadership and other skills that will make them successful both on and off the field. The Rookie Rugby curriculum is designed to take even the most novice of athletes and help them be a rugby start, all while staying active and healthy.
This program is taught by Mass Youth Rugby Organization. 
Register now: Sundays at 1:00

Sunday Soccer (6-12 years)
Polish your skills in the off-season with this Sunday afternoon clinic. Players will work on all aspects of the game, including dribbling, passing shooting and team strategy. Hill House's Sunday Soccer program will develop all aspects of a player's game by placing them in a fast, fun setting. Enjoy playtime on the Esplanade each week as the weather grows warmer! Open to all experience levels.
This program led by Hill House athletics instructors.
Register now: Sundays at 2:00

New! Tennis Club (6-12 years)
Grab your racquet and head to the Boston Common tennis courts to build your tennis skills. Open to beginner and strong players alike as the individual attention from the tennis instructor will challenge players at their own level. Places will be limited for this new class, which will develop each player's "love" for tennis.
This program led by Hill House athletics instructors.
Register now: Tuesdays at 4:30

 

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11 years old

 

Flag Football (7-12 years) 
Flag Football introduces children to the game of flag football through drills and scrimmages. Children will learn the fundamental skills necessary to excel in football and will receive instruction designed to improve their speed, agility and overall athleticism. The program promises exercise and instills good sportsmanship and teamwork.
This program taught by Hill House Athletic Instructors.
Register now: Fridays at 5:15 Sundays at 4:00

Girls Field Hockey (6-12 years)
Join us on the Teddy Ebersol's Red Sox Fields as we learn the basics of field hockey. Proper grip, ball control and body positioning will all be instilled as we run drills to help players solidify the rules of the sport as they practice passing and scoring out on the fields.
This program led by Hill House instructors.

Register now for the 9-12 year old section: Wednesdays at 5:30

Girls' Running Club (7-12 years)
This is a seven week course for girls that will meet on the Boston Common. New and experienced distance runners will be coached toward success as they learn about running over different types of terrain, the importance of keeping a steady pace throughout a long-distance run and setting running goals for themselves as they progress throughout the season. While they’re running, the girls will also have discussions surrounding positive body image, eating habits, friendships and more to help boost self-esteem and instill confidence. The season will culminate with the opportunity to run in a local 5K.
This program is coached by Hill House athletics instructors.
Register now: Mondays at 5:30 Tuesdays at 5:30

Girls Softball (6-12 years)
Girls will have a chance to be part of a team, have practices and be part of a league this spring. All levels are welcome as players will be split by age and ability. Experienced, enthusiastic coaches will teach the basics of hitting, fielding and positional play as well as regular scrimmaging. With a practice each week and a game on Saturday mornings, players are sure to see huge growth throughout the season while having fun and making new friends. Each player will receive a jersey and a hat.
This program led by Hill House Athletic Instructors.
Register now: Thursday practices at 5:15 and Saturday games at 8:30

Hill House United (8-12 years)
Hill House United is a travel soccer program for more advanced players looking to learn and compete at a higher level. Teams compete in the Boston Area Youth Soccer League and play other local travel teams. Playing requires a significant commitment due to the travel involved. All travel is limited to the Greater Boston area. Players must have tried out and made the team before registering. Contact Sam Renshaw to learn about age requirements. 
View more information on Hill House United.

Majors Baseball (10-12 years)
After years of learning fundamentals and honing their skills, players will be in an ideal position to succeed in this energetic and dynamic league. The emphasis is on challenging yourself and having fun competing against friends for the league championship while also playing teams from surrounding towns. Teams will have at least one practice and two games each week. We will continue to have a standardized schedule and follow national affiliated guidelines and rules.
Practices will be on one day depending on your team placement.
This program led by volunteer coaches and Hill House athletics instructors.
Register now: Tuesday or Wednesday practices at 5:30 and Monday and Thursday games at 5:30
Considering coaching? Fill out our volunteer application and send it to Sam Renshaw!

Private Coaching Clinics (7-12 years)
Develop your child's confidence and athletic ability through tailored individual practices. Hill House's lead coaches will create and deliver a personalized practice to help progress the player's skill to the next level. Choose from basketball, soccer, football or baseball and create a package to build skills each week.
Private sessions headed by Hill House athletics instructors.
Spaces may be available. Contact srenshaw@hillhouseboston.org to schedule your lessons today.

Rookie Rugby (7-12 years)
Rookie Rugby is the non-contact version of rugby for children. Students become well versed in the basics of the game, overall concepts, teamwork, leadership and other skills that will make them successful both on and off the field. The Rookie Rugby curriculum is designed to take even the most novice of athletes and help them be a rugby start, all while staying active and healthy.
This program is taught by Mass Youth Rugby Organization. 
Register now: Sundays at 1:00

Sunday Soccer (6-12 years)
Polish your skills in the off-season with this Sunday afternoon clinic. Players will work on all aspects of the game, including dribbling, passing shooting and team strategy. Hill House's Sunday Soccer program will develop all aspects of a player's game by placing them in a fast, fun setting. Enjoy playtime on the Esplanade each week as the weather grows warmer! Open to all experience levels.
This program led by Hill House athletics instructors.
Register now: Sundays at 2:00

New! Tennis Club (6-12 years)
Grab your racquet and head to the Boston Common tennis courts to build your tennis skills. Open to beginner and strong players alike as the individual attention from the tennis instructor will challenge players at their own level. Places will be limited for this new class, which will develop each player's "love" for tennis.
This program led by Hill House athletics instructors.
Register now: Tuesdays at 4:30

 

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12 years old and Up

 

Flag Football (7-12 years) 
Flag Football introduces children to the game of flag football through drills and scrimmages. Children will learn the fundamental skills necessary to excel in football and will receive instruction designed to improve their speed, agility and overall athleticism. The program promises exercise and instills good sportsmanship and teamwork.
This program taught by Hill House Athletic Instructors.
Register now: Fridays at 5:15 Sundays at 4:00

Girls Field Hockey (6-12 years)
Join us on the Teddy Ebersol's Red Sox Fields as we learn the basics of field hockey. Proper grip, ball control and body positioning will all be instilled as we run drills to help players solidify the rules of the sport as they practice passing and scoring out on the fields.
This program led by Hill House instructors.

Register now for the 9-12 year old section: Wednesdays at 5:30

Girls' Running Club (7-12 years)
This is a seven week course for girls that will meet on the Boston Common. New and experienced distance runners will be coached toward success as they learn about running over different types of terrain, the importance of keeping a steady pace throughout a long-distance run and setting running goals for themselves as they progress throughout the season. While they’re running, the girls will also have discussions surrounding positive body image, eating habits, friendships and more to help boost self-esteem and instill confidence. The season will culminate with the opportunity to run in a local 5K.
This program is coached by Hill House athletics instructors.
Register now: Mondays at 5:30 Tuesdays at 5:30

Girls Softball (6-12 years)
Girls will have a chance to be part of a team, have practices and be part of a league this spring. All levels are welcome as players will be split by age and ability. Experienced, enthusiastic coaches will teach the basics of hitting, fielding and positional play as well as regular scrimmaging. With a practice each week and a game on Saturday mornings, players are sure to see huge growth throughout the season while having fun and making new friends. Each player will receive a jersey and a hat.
This program led by Hill House Athletic Instructors.
Register now: Thursday practices at 5:15 and Saturday games at 8:30

Hill House United (8-12 years)
Hill House United is a travel soccer program for more advanced players looking to learn and compete at a higher level. Teams compete in the Boston Area Youth Soccer League and play other local travel teams. Playing requires a significant commitment due to the travel involved. All travel is limited to the Greater Boston area. Players must have tried out and made the team before registering. Contact Sam Renshaw to learn about age requirements. 
View more information on Hill House United.

Majors Baseball (10-12 years)
After years of learning fundamentals and honing their skills, players will be in an ideal position to succeed in this energetic and dynamic league. The emphasis is on challenging yourself and having fun competing against friends for the league championship while also playing teams from surrounding towns. Teams will have at least one practice and two games each week. We will continue to have a standardized schedule and follow national affiliated guidelines and rules.
Practices will be on one day depending on your team placement.
This program led by volunteer coaches and Hill House athletics instructors.
Register now: Tuesday or Wednesday practices at 5:30 and Monday and Thursday games at 5:30
Considering coaching? Fill out our volunteer application and send it to Sam Renshaw!

Private Coaching Clinics (7-12 years)
Develop your child's confidence and athletic ability through tailored individual practices. Hill House's lead coaches will create and deliver a personalized practice to help progress the player's skill to the next level. Choose from basketball, soccer, football or baseball and create a package to build skills each week.
Private sessions headed by Hill House athletics instructors.
Spaces may be available. Contact srenshaw@hillhouseboston.org to schedule your lessons today.

Rookie Rugby (7-12 years)
Rookie Rugby is the non-contact version of rugby for children. Students become well versed in the basics of the game, overall concepts, teamwork, leadership and other skills that will make them successful both on and off the field. The Rookie Rugby curriculum is designed to take even the most novice of athletes and help them be a rugby start, all while staying active and healthy.
This program is taught by Mass Youth Rugby Organization. 
Register now: Sundays at 1:00

Sunday Soccer (6-12 years)
Polish your skills in the off-season with this Sunday afternoon clinic. Players will work on all aspects of the game, including dribbling, passing shooting and team strategy. Hill House's Sunday Soccer program will develop all aspects of a player's game by placing them in a fast, fun setting. Enjoy playtime on the Esplanade each week as the weather grows warmer! Open to all experience levels.
This program led by Hill House athletics instructors.
Register now: Sundays at 2:00

New! Tennis Club (6-12 years)
Grab your racquet and head to the Boston Common tennis courts to build your tennis skills. Open to beginner and strong players alike as the individual attention from the tennis instructor will challenge players at their own level. Places will be limited for this new class, which will develop each player's "love" for tennis.
This program led by Hill House athletics instructors.
Register now: Tuesdays at 4:30

 

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Questions? Contact Sam Renshaw at (617) 227-5838 ext. 11 or srenshaw@hillhouseboston.org.