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High School Summer Program (May-July)

Updated: Jun 8

This program is now closed. For more information, please contact pcusc@pcusc.org.


PCU Summer Program is for high school players who would like to play with PCU in the Summer ONLY, not in the Winter and Spring as well. View Annual Membership information.


No try-out is required. Players will train with their respective age group, and if space is available, then they can be added to summer tournament rosters.


The Summer Program runs from May-July. In early August, participants are released to their high school program. For those who want to come back after their high school seasons to participate in the Winter & Spring, they can attend the supplemental tryout in November. If they make a team at supplemental tryouts, then a $300 credit will be applied to the full year program cost. There is no guarantee that there will be open spots in November.



Practice Schedule:

  • Summer ONLY Program participants can begin training with their age-group in June.

  • View each age-group's June & July practice schedule.

  • In early August, participants are released to their high school program.

  • In order to participate in the summer program, just register online. No try-out is required.

Summer Tournaments:

  • If space is available, then participants can be added to summer tournament rosters.

  • Summer tournament fees are an additional cost on top of the $375 Summer Program registration fee.

Uniforms:

  • For new PCU players participating in the Summer Program, a uniform is not required.

  • Returning PCU players can use their current uniform through the summer.

Supplemental Tryouts in November:

  • For those who want to come back after their high school seasons to participate in the Winter & Spring, they can attend the supplemental tryout in November.

  • If they make a team at supplemental tryouts, then a $300 credit will be applied to the full year program cost.

  • There is no guarantee that there will be open spots in November.


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