Coach John Campanale is the head football coach of St. Mark's School.
"Coach Camp" has coached at a wide range of levels, ranging from college to women's football to youth football.
preaches the tenets of diligence, desire, and passion for his
players in their pursuit to be the best football players and young men that they can be.
His St. Mark's
football program aims to inspire and educate players for both love and knowledge of football as well as helping them strive to be exemplary citizens in their homes, their schools, and their communities.
As an English teacher, he
models the well-rounded approach of the student-athlete: one who can enjoy studying Hamlet in the classroom during the school day and one who battles and fights on the gridiron in the afternoons and on Saturdays.
Coach Camp has served as Offensive Coordinator at Watertown High School
in 2007 and at St. Sebastian's School
in the I.S.L. from 1999-2006.
In 2002, he was the offensive coordinator for the professional women's football team in the I.W.F.L., the Bay State Warriors (currently The Boston Militia).
coached at New Hampton School
, during the 1998 Class C NEPSAC champion season.
performed as Defensive Coordinator for Bridgton Academy
He began his career coaching receivers and tight ends at Middlebury College (where he played receiver) and Bowdoin College.
In addition, he
has worked with youth in the Arlington Pop Warner system and at Summer's Edge Day Camp since 1993.
Any inquiries can be made through Coach Campanale at: