All boys. All boarding. Grades 9-12.

Football Camp Details and Registration

Football Camp

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  • Football Camp Details and Registration

    Football Camp will take place July 9 - July 12, 2024
    Cost:  $575   

    We look forward to seeing you at Football Camp soon!

    Campers
    Boys, ages 12-16

    Camp Description
    The Woodberry Forest School Football Camp is a great opportunity for boys that love playing football or are interested in improving their skill levels as well as knowledge of the game. The boys will have an opportunity to be coached and learn from our school's football coaching staff with NFL, college and high school playing and coaching experience. The boys will also have access to Woodberry's facilities including grass and turf fields, indoor track and municipal training facility, as well as outdoor pool for cooling off on a hot afternoon. Our goal as a coaching staff during this camp is to coach and teach the boys football techniques and schemes, as well as facilitate the building of friendships to last for years to come between our campers. Go Tigers!  

    Camp Highlights
    • Low camper-to-coach ratio
    • Turf fields
    • Air-conditioned dorms
    • Indoor and outdoor pools

    Director 

    Jackson Matteo
    Jackson Matteo is a three-time graduate of The University of Virginia, where he started 30 games on the offensive line from 2012-2016 and served as team captain in 2016. He holds a bachelor's degree in sociology and a master's degree in higher education focusing on athletic administration; he completed a doctoral program at UVA's School of Education and defended his dissertation in the spring of 2023.

    Jackson was a graduate assistant coach at UVA under Bronco Mendenhall, working with the defensive backs in 2017 and the offensive line in 2018-2019. During his tenure as graduate assistant coach, Matteo helped Virginia achieve three consecutive bowl berths, winning the Atlantic Coast Conference's Coastal Division in 2019.

    "Jackson is a tremendous leader who has had a rich football experience," said Athletic Director Matt Blundin. "He has already demonstrated his ability as a transformative coach on our campus. He sustains an infectious energy and dedicates every interaction toward developing young men of character."

    Contact Information 

    Janet Lewis
    Call 540-672-6044 
  • What to Bring to Football Camp

    WHAT TO BRING TO CAMP:
    • Cleats
    • Tennis Shoes
    • Any other personal items used during practice
    • Blanket, pillow, and sheets for a twin bed
    • Towel 
    Please do not bring helmets or pads.
  • Contact Information for Football Camp


    Contact Information 
    Janet Lewis
    Call 540-672-6044 


    Director

    Jackson Matteo
    Jackson Matteo is a three-time graduate of The University of Virginia, where he started 30 games on the offensive line from 2012-2016 and served as team captain in 2016. He holds a bachelor's degree in sociology and a master's degree in higher education focusing on athletic administration; he completed a doctoral program at UVA's School of Education and defended his dissertation in the spring of 2023. Jackson was a graduate assistant coach at UVA under Bronco Mendenhall, working with the defensive backs in 2017 and the offensive line in 2018-2019. During his tenure as graduate assistant coach, Matteo helped Virginia achieve three consecutive bowl berths, winning the Atlantic Coast Conference's Coastal Division in 2019.

    "Jackson is a tremendous leader who has had a rich football experience," said Athletic Director Matt Blundin. "He has already demonstrated his ability as a transformative coach on our campus. He sustains an infectious energy and dedicates every interaction toward developing young men of character."



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Woodberry Forest admits students of any race, color, sexual orientation, disability, religious belief, and national or ethnic origin to all of the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, sexual orientation, disability, religious belief, or national or ethnic origin in the administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship and loan programs, and athletic or other school-administered programs. The school is authorized under federal law to enroll nonimmigrant students.