Sports

Football Camp (Boys)

Open to boys at any school, entering grades 4 through 9. The clinic is held on the Brother Linus, C.F.X. Athletic Commons, which is the practice field of the St. John’s Prep varsity team, and also the location for the underclassmen home games. The turf field is equipped with various blocking sleds, chutes, cages, game balls, and two field goal posts. 

The clinic is designed to develop football fundamentals in a competitive and fun environment. Players of all ability levels will be challenged in a variety of traditional and progressive drills that aim to develop the individual players skills and understanding of the game. The staff, made up of the most well-respected local high school and college coaches, incorporate drills which they use at their own practices to help prepare players for the next level.

Our morning practice session will include instruction and focus on the teaching of fundamentals and techniques of all offensive and defensive positions. Lessons learned from the morning will be implemented into our afternoon practice session which will be competitive situational football. 

Head Coach Brian St. Pierre '98

High School

  • 1998 St. John's Prep graduate
  • Captained and led the 1997 football team to Division 1 State Championship
  • Named Massachusetts and New England Gatorade Player of the Year, 1997
  • Super Prep All-American selection
College
  • Boston College quarterback from 1999–02
  • Graduated as the third all-time leading passer in BC history
  • Captain and Scanlan Award Winner
  • Motor City Bowl MVP, 2002
  • All Big East selection
Professional
  • Drafted by the Pittsburgh Steelers in 2003
  • Played eight years in the NFL
  • Member of the 2008 NFC West Champion Arizona Cardinals
  • Named a game captain four different times with two different teams
Coaching Career
  • Named varsity head coach of St. John's Prep in 2014
  • Led St. John's to the 2018 Division 1 State Championship as well as two North Finals appearances (2014, 2018)
  • Has compiled a 39–17 record in five years as head coach
  • Named Salem News and Lynn Item Coach of the Year, 2018