Nike Multi Sport Camp Francis Parker San Diego, California
Join the fun this summer and play a variety of sports at the Francis Parker School Nike Multi-Sport Camp! While at camp, young athletes will have the opportunity to play basketball, soccer, softball, volleyball, tennis, kickball, ultimate frisbee, and more!
Nike Sports Camps will offer three weeks of camp in collaboration with i9 sports for the summer of 2014 at the Francis Parker School. Each week campers will learn the basic fundamentals of a variety of sports while having fun and creating new friendships.
- 10:1 Camper to Staff ratio
- Players grouped by age and ability
- Great environment to try new sports
- NIKE Camp T-Shirt
"i9 Sports Central SD is excited to partner with Nike Camps and Francis Parker School to bring well structured and fun summer camps to the San Diego community." - director of the Nike Multi Sport Camp and i9 Bill SixsmithMeet your coaching staff
Bill Sixsmith, director of i9 Sports San Diego will direct the Nike Multi-Sport Camp at Francis Parker.
Sixsmith has directed camps accross the United States. He has spent 8 years at Jack Perconte's Sports Academy (Chicago) as well as 6 years at Chicago Fire Major League Soccer.
He currently is the owner and director of the i9 Sports San Diego.
CJ Grigoriadis graduated from Francis Parker in 2007, playing JV soccer freshman year, and varsity soccer for the remaining three years. He was proud to be a part of the team that won back to back CIF championships in 2006 and 2007. Grigoriadis then continued on to play soccer at Occidental College, graduating in 2011 with a BA in Cell and Molecular Biology. During his summer and winter breaks, he was a laboratory assistant at the Salk Institute in La Jolla, working in peptide biology. After college, he worked with Dr. Brian Jaski at Sharp Memorial Hospital as a research assistant for Cardiac Research. Dr. Jaski had hopes to complete a second edition of his previously published book on heart failure, and Grigoriadis was responsible for helping him write various chapters and illustrate specific figures.
Currently Grigoriadis is in the process of obtaining a Masters in Medical Science from Boston Univeristy School of Medicine, as is pursuing a career in the medical field. He is also the assistant coach for the JV A boys soccer team at Francis Parker. Grigoriadis feels very fortunate to be back at Parker, coaching a sport he has been playing all his life.
*Please bring a bag lunch every day