Girls Camps

RMHS Girls Programs
The growth of girls hockey all over the world is amazing us all. RMHS has had the opportunity to work with several girls programs around the world over the past several years. We currently are not offering a girls specific camp. However, all of our camps that we currently host are coed camps. At most of our camps we have enough girls to make up groups so they can train together on and off-ice.

The RMHS staff is always looking for further development and consulting opportunity with any girls programs that could use our help in this part of the game. Please call the RMHS staff if you have any questions about our camps that we offer.

Camp Details:

  • MINIMUM 3 hours total on-ice instruction per day, guaranteed
  • MINIMUM 15 hours total on-ice instruction per week, guaranteed
  • Two SEPARATE 90-minute on-ice sessions
  • Daily 60-minute dryland training sessions 
  • Daily 30-minute hockey chalk talk sessions
  • Daily stretching & conditioning sessions 

Camp Format 
The girls will be divided by age into three groups: U12, U14, & U19. With the RMHS developmental model firmly in mind, we have created a proficient daily schedule providing optimal performance & development in each of our students. We understand that without proper rest, hydration, and stretching, even the most detailed and well-executed practice plans will not be effective. To achieve the stated developmental results, our daily schedule incorporates the necessary ice time, proper rest periods between sessions, nutrition and hydration breaks, and stretching sessions.

         "Our daughter, Ryanne Dehart, attended the elite program for RMHS in Missoula last summer.  We were very pleased with the instruction and coaching at the camp - it is the first camp she has attended that her gender did not influence the way she was treated on the ice.  At other camps, the coaching staff either ignored her completely (seemingly not sure how to instruct a girl) or treated her as if she didn't know a thing about hockey.  (For the past 8 years she has played on the boys' team and has been on the Montana Girls Select team for the past 3 years so her skills are quite good.) 

Anyway, we were so impressed with the camp that we made the decision right away to enroll her again.  So when a week of camp was one of the items donated to the local area fund raising event last fall, we were very excited to have made the winning bid.  We look forward to another fantastic camp this summer and will recommend it to everybody we can."

-Lori Dehart, Hockey Mom, Missoula, MT.