Summer Baseball Camp
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Located at Agoura High School baseball fields, campers will have an opportunity to receive valuable instruction from the Agoura High School coaching staff and players. This is a a great way for campers to be introduced to high school baseball as well as showcase their skills.

Camp Dates and Info

The Agoura Baseball Foundation Summer Camp will be located at the Agoura High School baseball field. You will need to bring your baseball gear, plenty of water, and be dressed in baseball attire.

Campers are expected to check-in 30 min prior to start of camp each day.

2024 Summer Sessions

Age: Incoming Freshman
Fee: $300 per week or $60 per day

Session 1 : June 17-21,  1:30 pm – 4 pm
Session 2 : June 24-28,  1:30 pm – 4 pm

*****No refunds allowed, only future camp credit****


what to expect

Camp Details

The camp will focus on the key elements of the game such as:

  • proper infield and outfield throwing mechanics
  • pitcher throwing mechanics
  • base running
  • bunting
  • hitting
  • fielding mechanics
  • outfield play

In addition, campers will have an opportunity to compete in afternoon scrimmages to help develop their new skills and elevate their level of play.

  • Learn from and meet your future high school coaches
  • Play on a high school baseball field
  • Receive daily instruction from college and high school coaches
  • Play on state-of-the-art facilities
  • Professional supervision
  • Excellent camper to staff ratio
  • Safe environment
  • Opportunities for special weekly awards
Coach Anthony Chevrier

Coach Anthony Chevrier

coach anthony chevrier - Agoura High School Head Coach

Camp Instructor

Coach Chev, as he's fondly known, joined AHS in 2012 and has guided the team to 6 league Championships in his first 9 seasons as head coach. In 2015 AHS won the National Classic Tournament Championship, were ranked #2 in the state and #6 in the nation. AHS has also recently won a 2022 Marmonte League Championship. Since coaching at AHS, over 40 of his players have gone on to play baseball at the collegiate level and 8 former Chargers have been drafted into the MLIB. Prior to working at AHS, he guided South Pasadena High to three playoff appearances in four years for the first time in 35 years.