Nike Basketball Camp San Antonio
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Join TJ Jones, Founder of Ultimate Champions Basketball Academy, and staff in spring and summer 2023 to stay ahead of the competition in San Antonio, Texas! Offering a variety of skill-specific sessions for beginner to advanced players, ages 8-17, looking to improve their game and make long-lasting friendships.
The Complete Skills Camp helps players of all abilities develop athletically, refine fundamental basketball skills and enhance their skill set at the post, wing, or guard position.
The Overnight Camp is the perfect sleep away camp for campers looking to develop their game while enjoying fun evening activities and making new friends. Day Camper options are available.
The Individual Skills Camp will focus on the individual players skills. This includes Shooting, passing, dribbling, footwork, defense, rebounding. We will break down each skill and make it simple for each camper to understand and implement the skills in a fun and exciting way. This camp is geared toward every level of basketball player from beginner to advance.
The Team Skills Camp will focus on Team Skills. This includes setting screens, v-cuts, reading the defense, read and react, rebounding from any position, learn position 1-5. We will teach individual skills in this camp as well as teach each camper how to take his individual skills and implement them into game like situations. Each camper will be placed in game like situations that will force them to apply their individual skills in various scenarios. This camp is geared toward every level of basketball player from beginner to advance.
The Competitive Skills Camp will focus on competition skills. This includes team skills, individual skills, different presses and press breakers, zone offense, zone defense, man to man offense, man to man defense, tournament style play. Campers will be in multiple game like scenarios. Our focus in this camp is to take the individual and team skills of each camper and help them apply in pressure situations. This camp is geared toward every level of basketball player from beginner to advanced.
The High Intensity Camp is the perfect camp for the more advanced basketball player. This camp is for campers with at least 4 years of playing organized basketball. All skilled learned in a control setting will be immediately used in a game like scenario. Campers will learn individual, team and game time basketball concepts.
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- Unique program emphasis each week
- Excellent training facilities and coaching staff
- 1:12 staff to camper ratio
- Multi Day and Single Day sessions options available
- Extended Day available
- Friday Clinic Available
- Nike Basketball Camp T-shirt and prizes! (multi-day camps only)
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Camp Director TJ Jones
TJ Jones is the founder and lead skills director of Ultimate Champions Basketball Academy and is a National Nike Basketball Camp Director. Coach Jones has over 22 years of basketball experience as a player, coach and player development instructor.View TJ's Bio & Basketball Tips ⟩
Coach Jones has always been a student of the game. As a child, TJ didn’t start playing basketball until the age of 14. With little help from coaches or relatives (Coach Jones’ Uncle played for the New York Knicks), he taught himself how to play the game of basketball by watching games on television and tapes on basketball teachings of various coaches. In high school he was one of the top players in his high school history (ranked 14th in the state). He later went to UTSA to become at team captain as a sophomore. After UTSA coach Jones still had the desire to play the game of basketball. After playing in Europe and a short stint in Mexico, he decided that he wasn't as passionate about playing basketball as he was helping developing players.
Coach Jones went on to pursue his passion for developing players and became director of basketball operations at Home Court America in San Antonio. As Director of Basketball Operations, Coach Jones was responsible for developing new programs along with maintaining and increasing the quality of the existing basketball structure. Later he had the opportunity of becoming an assistant coach at a division 1 university. At as a college coach, he was extremely instrumental in player development.
Coach Jones is very unique in the aspect of working with different age groups. For some coaches, it is very difficult for them to coach and develop youth and also have the same success with developing college level players and professional players. He works well with all age groups and is very successful with them.
Basketball Tips by TJ:
Director Marvin Walker
Coach Walker has over 20 years of coaching experience, including 6 years of college coaching experience. Currently, he is the boy’s assistant coach at Alamo Heights high school.View Marvin's Bio ⟩
Before Alamo Heights Walker was an assistant women’s basketball coach and recruiting coordinator at the University of Incarnate Word (2016-2019). He also spent one year as an assistant coach at Binghamton University (2012-2013) and two seasons at Trinity University (2010-2012). In 2002, Walker was an intern for the South Alabama men’s team.
Walker spent five years as the head coach for St. Mary’s Hall girls’ basketball. He led the Barons to spectacular improvement during his time. In his first year, the team only won two games, but they registered 37 victories over his final two seasons at the helm. He was previously an assistant at San Antonio Taft High School for a team ranked No. 1 in Texas, and advanced to the 5A state semifinals in 2004.
Director Katy Cooke
Katy Cooke is the Head Girls Basketball Coach at John Paul II Catholic High School. In just her 2nd year as head coach , JPII has a 27-16 record, and in 2021 she led them to a final 4 appearance in TAPP 4-A state tournament.View Katy's Bio ⟩
Before taking the head coaching job for JPII she was an assistant coach at Antonian Preparatory High School for 5 years. While working as assistant for Antonian, the girls team won district twice and madeTAPPS 6-A State-Tournament. She has helped several of her players reach their goals of playing at the next level, at schools like Texas A&M, Trinity College, Incarnate Word University, and Schriener. While coaching she also worked for All American Sports and the San Antonio Spurs as a Tournament Director. Where she helped run the 2nd largest youth tournament, with over 541 teams attending for 13 different states, and 3 countries.
She is a former Division I basketball player, who voted All- State in both Kentucky and Texas while in High School. Ranked as one of the top players in the state of Texas and Kentucky between 2005-2009. Starting her college career at Tennessee Tech University, finishing her career at the University of Incarnate Word. While playing at University of Incarnate Word, Coach Cooke led her team to three Lone Star Conference tournament appearances, as well as a conference championship game in 2012.. She led her team in scoring, free throw percentage, and assist per game. She averaged 12.1 points per game. 3-pt shooting percentage was 38.5% per game, along with averaging 3.4 assist per game . Her average free throw percentage throughout her career was 88 percent but in 2012 she ranked Top 5 in the nation in free throw percentage shooting 92.2%. She was named to the Lonestar All-Conference Team 2011 and was voted first team all-conference in 2012. 116209#
After graduating with her degree in Business Administration, she took a graduate assistant position at UIW Athletic department as the Head of Women's Club Basketball, she received her Masters in Education concentration in Kinesiology.
Camp Director Henry Sims
Coach Henry Sims is entering his inaugural year as the assistant coach of HPU after completing his 15th season as a high school basketball coach. Coach Sims is more than a result-driven Coach.View Henry's Bio ⟩
He is a Coach who believes in fundamentals, player development, scholarship and character which has resulted in professional basketball careers, athletic scholarships, and high achieving individuals.
"My capacity to develop and lead is built on my experience as a standout district and state high school student athlete, member of the United States Boxing team which was selected to compete in the Olympics, and over 25 years of grassroots and scholastic coaching that resulted in a state championship. In addition to these athletic experiences, I am also a certified Life Coach, Professional Coach and Anger Resolution Therapist. My philosophy starts with a strategic method of preparation with a focus on dedication and hard work which sometimes is non-traditional but effective."
Staff Ultimate Champions Basketball Academy
With over 22 years of training and coaching experience that covers all age groups and skills levels, Ultimate Champions has become one of the nation's premier basketball training academies.View Ultimate Champions Basketball Academy's Bio ⟩
Ultimate Champions Basketball Academy was founded by National Nike Sports Camp Director Terrence Jones. Headquartered in San Antonio, TX, Ultimate Champions hosts Nike Basketball Camps over spring, summer, and winter break throughout Texas, New York City and most recently, Baton Rouge. Their vision is to help players enhance skill development, athleticism, explosiveness, and overall game through positive and challenging instruction.
20955 West Tejas Trail
San Antonio, TX 78247
Individual Skills (Day Camp): June 12-16
Complete Skills (Overnight / Extended Day Camp): June 25-29
Team Skills (Day Camp): July 17-21
Competitive Skills (Day Camp): July 31-August 4
High Intensity (Day Camp): August 7-11
DAY CAMP DETAILS
Check-in: Monday at 8:30AM
Closing Ceremony: Friday at 11:30AM
Meals: Meals are not provided. Please bring a packed lunch.
Daily Hours: MON-THURS 9AM-4PM, FRI 9AM-12PM
FRIDAY ONLY CLINIC: Competitive Game Play will be comprised of a multitude of competitive games along with dribbling and shooting competitions. Within the games, campers will be divided based on age and skill level.
Note: Depending on the number of campers signed up for the clinic, some of these competitions might not be played. Friday Competitive Game Play will run from 1-4pm, for $49.
POST-CAMP PERSONALIZED SKILLS ACADEMY: Ultimate Champions will be offering skill-specific training catered to the need of each player. The focus is to find out the challenge area of each player and spend the entire session working to improve the challenge areas. It will run Monday-Thursday, from 4pm-5pm, and be $40 (for all 4 days). *Only applicable to day camps.
OVERNIGHT CAMP DETAILS
Check-in: Sunday between 2:00PM-4:00PM at Frost Athletic Center
Closing Ceremony: Thursday at 12:30PM. Check-out following at 1PM.
Meals: Dinner is provided on Sunday. Breakfast, lunch, and dinner are provided Monday-Wednesday. Breakfast and Lunch are provided on Thursday.
Housing & Roommates
Campers will reside in the Abbott Hall, Bailey Hall, and Ewing Halsell Hall dorms on campus and are assigned by age and roommate requests. If you have a roommate request, and have not already given it to us, please do so as soon as possible. Roommate requests are not guaranteed, if you don't have a roommate request, you will be placed in a room with someone near your age.
Linens: Not provided
Suggested Spending Money: $50
Supervision: The staff live in the dormitories with the campers and participate in evening activities. Drugs, alcohol, and tobacco are strictly prohibited and constitute, along with general misconduct, grounds for dismissal from camp without a refund.
COMPLETE SKILLS: EXTENDED DAY CAMPERS
On the first day of camp, all extended-day campers should arrive between 3PM-4PM dressed and ready to play.
♦ Check-in between 3PM-4PM at Frost Athletic Center
♦ Extended Day Campers stay until 8:30PM.
♦ Dinner is provided.
♦ Extended Day Camper Hours are 9AM-8:30PM.
♦ Lunch and dinner provided.
♦ Extended Day Camper Hours are 9AM-1PM.
♦ Lunch is provided. Check-out immediately following the closing ceremony.
Daily Schedule: SUN 4PM-8:30PM, MON-WED, 9AM-8:30PM, THURS 9AM-1PM
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To view your customer account, complete your mandatory forms, pay balance dues, and review important camp information, visit Pre-Camp Checklist. All necessary camp information is on this page. If there are any imperative changes prior to camp start, registered campers will be notified via email and this webpage will be updated!
Below is a suggested list of clothes, equipment, and personal items. US Sports Camps is NOT responsible for lost or stolen articles or money.
● Athletic, on-court clothing
● Athletic shoes
● Water bottle
● Packed lunch and snacks (Day Camps)
● Small gym bag/backpack
OVERNIGHT CAMPERS ONLY:
● Athletic clothing mentioned above
● Comfortable off-court clothing
● Flip flops
● Personal items & medications
● Washcloth and bath towel
● Fan (optional)
● Pillow, pillowcase, bed sheets, comforter, or sleeping bag
Upon arrival, all participants are evaluated by the staff so that their own instructional needs can be addressed throughout the week. In addition, campers will be evaluated and then split up into smaller groups according to age and ability.
Most camps have an athletic trainer on-site to help with illness or injury. In case of an emergency, campers will be transported to the nearest hospital.
For information regarding our cancellation policy and all other company policies, please visit USSC Policies.
Transportation is not provided by the camp to or from any airports. If you are flying to or from camp, we recommend using an airport shuttle service. Please schedule flights as close as you can to the check-in times on the first day and check-out times on the last day.
NIKE BASKETBALL CAMP FAQ
For general questions about our basketball camps, please see our FAQ page.
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Sample Daily Schedule
- 9:00 AM Streching
- 9:30 AM Drills Stations
- 10:15 AM Shooting Work (foot alignment, shoulder alignment, balance, selection, technique)
- 10:45 AM 3 on 3, 4 on 4, 5 on 5
- 12:00 PM Lunch
- 1:15 PM Stretching/Warm-Up
- 1:30 PM Ball-Handling
- 2:15 PM Passing
- 2:30 PM Guest Speaker/lecture
- 3:00 PM Offensive & Defensive Fundamentals
- 3:20 PM Shooting Skills Competition
- 3:45 PM 3 on 3, 4 on 4, 5 on 5
- 4:00 PM Ending Speech and Dismissal
he looks forward to it every year
The experience we were looking for in a basketball camp.
July 25, 2016: The camp was very focused, it was all about learning and playing the game rather than a fun day of basketball with friends. This was the experience we were looking for in a basketball camp. The coaches were fantastic and coach to camper ratio was excellent. Would love to see a two week camp to help build on skills.
— Sharon S., Parent
The awards for most improved and MVP were nice and encouraging.
January 3, 2017: The awards for most improved and MVP were nice and encouraging. I have already recommended this camp to our family and friends. I would suggest adding 15 minutes before or after camp to shoot baskets or free time.
— Ursula A., Parent
An A+ group of coaches!
July 20, 2016: Always a great camp with Coach TJ! Him and his staff impart strategy and skill directions in a fun atmosphere. Truly for the committed player. An A+ group of coaches! Keep up the good work!
— Yvonne F., Parent
The best camp I've seen in San Antonio!
July 16, 2016: The best camp I've seen in San Antonio! Excellent organization and structure. Practicing the skills they learned during instruction in a game-like setting was instrumental to their learning. The gym was well lit, clean, and a great learning environment. I really liked how the facilities were all one common area. No camper had any reason to leave the line of sight of the coaches. I felt my child was in a very safe environment. Strong, effective leadership by the director who remained hands on and accessible to campers and parents. The coaches clearly loved their job and understood basketball. Great job, great camp!
We know our son is in good hands.
July 15, 2016: We love the interaction between the coaches and campers. We always know that our son is in good hands when we drop him off for the day. We also love that good manners and respectfulness are recognized and rewarded by the staff.
— Anna A., Parent
The coaches are serious about basketball.
July 15, 2016: This camp met all of my son's expectations. This was our second year attending and my son loves the fact that the coaches are serious about basketball and encourage all campers to pay attention and care about improving. He has fun, but he also expects to learn! Add more camps - we'd like more dates to choose from or be able to attend more than once.
— Kelley L., Parent
My son enjoyed the different games.
June 29, 2016: My son said he enjoyed the different games such as Knock Out and said this camp is better than another camp he had attended the previous two weeks!
— Gilbert H., Parent
Staff kept the campers focused and working hard!
June 27, 2016: The coaches and staff were amazing, they kept the campers focused and working hard! loved it, will keep sending my son to this camp. Thank you
— Abby D., Parent
I was impressed with Coach TJ and his staff.
June 24, 2016: I was impressed with Coach TJ beginning every morning with a word of the day, ex. "pride", and relating it to good sportsmanship and everyday life. I also appreciated the amount of respect the camp members had for each other while learning their skills and having fun. Great organization and discipline! Great coaches, especially Coach White!
— Jeanette M., Parent
My son is already wanting to go back!
June 24, 2016: All of the coaches were professional, serious and also still had fun with the kids. My son really liked his coach, Coach White. He was encouraging and motivation. He's already wanting to go back!
Terrance Jones and his team of coaches made a lasting impression.
My son has attended other basketball camps but this one is in a league of its own! Terrance Jones and his team of coaches made a lasting impression on my son and he looks forward to attending next year. I'm amazed at how much he learned.
— Kelly R., Parent
My child improved so much in such a short time!
My 9 yr old beginner improved so much in such a short time! He wanted to practice more at home. The camp director was excellent! He is very knowledge, great with the kids, and also incorporated discipline (which you don't see much anymore!). I would recommend the camp to everyone.
— Lisa B., Parent
It was fun!
It was fun and glad that I attend this camp! I enjoyed playing a game 5 on 5 and watching the other teams as well.
— Felicia J., Camper
The coaches helped with the kids morale and enthusiasm for the game.
As a parent I enjoyed watching my child gravitate more to learning how to play the game. As a kid who has never played Basketball want to learn and become a better player. I liked how much of an improvement and growth from the beginning to the end in his technique and his strive to play the sport and excel. My favorite part of the camp is the positivie morale that the coaches showed to the kids. That hard work and have fun attitude that helped influence the kids. It helped impact the kids in a positive manor in wanting to learn and play basketball. They helped with the kids morale and enthusiasm for the game and to play hard and work hard.
— Michael O., Parent
Loved every minute!
Great overall experience and seeing how much my son and all the other kids enjoyed it. I loved the enthusiasm of the coaches and their interaction with the kids. Loved every minute! Great camp!
— Tony L., Parent
The coaches were great.
I enjoyed new friends and playing against other kids to where I stand in my age group. The Coaches were great and would help with any problems I might of had. The would tell me if I was doing something wrong, as well as praising me when something done right.
— Daniel G., Camper
TJ is a fantastic teacher.
TJ is a fantastic teacher of the game of basketball. My son enjoyed the fundamentals and the ability to put those fundamentals to work immediately.
— Mark D., Parent
Terrence Jones is an enthusiastic and effective coach/trainer.
Terrence Jones is an enthusiastic and effective coach/trainer. His training style along with his positive, fun personality fits perfectly with all ages.
— Rebecca C., Parent
It's fun and intense.
If your thinking about taking your game to the next level this is the camp to go to. This is truly a hybrid camp it's fun and intense 5 stars to everyone.
— Zachary M., Camper
My son really enjoyed his experience.
My son really enjoyed his experience. The staff was friendly, T.J. The director, was very professional.
— Carolina G., Parent
A great experience for my child.
Overall the Nike was a great experience for my child. We have participated in many other camps before. The instructors at each training station took the time to make sure each child understood what was being taught and how this would benefit them in a game. Also each instructor would work with each child to increase their individual moral and ensure them with work they would get it down. Other camps I've had my child go to I the past seem to just want as many kids to sign up to benefit them financial. Instead of looking out for the players benefit.
— Arnold B., Parent
Great interaction from coach to camper.
Great coaching staff,great facility,great motivation to push u to your total potential,awesome drills,great interaction from coach to camper...overall really satisfied
I was challenged from the first minute camp started.
I was challenged from the first minute camp started. My ball-handling improved, the coaches were patient and encouraging, and they taught the importance of teamwork. All-around great experience!
The games were very competitive and fun!
The thing I enjoyed the most about the camp were the coaches. They were really really really nice. The games were very competitive and fun!
This was the best basketball camp ever!
This was the best basketball camp ever! The skill level of campers, drills, instructions, coaches' advice and tips were awesome.
I would like to attend more of these camps.
The camp director was very spot on with every drill and made things fun at the same time. I have never been to a Nike basketball camp before, I would like to attend more of these camps and recommend it to all those who have a passion for basketball or are willing to learn about the game. I was surprised how there was people from all around Texas and even a couple of people from Mexico City, Mexico.
My favorite part of camp was 1 on 1
August 25, 2017: My favorite part of camp was 1 on 1 with other campers. I hope that next summer there are more games and competitions.
— Deja W., Camper
Melia enjoyed the coaches
July 16, 2021: Melia enjoyed the coaches and the interaction with the other participants. This was her third basketball camp for the summer and she said she learned the most from this one and enjoyed it the most. She liked practicing dribbling and ball-handling skills.
— Monica G., Parent
I saw the improvement
July 1, 2021: Joalex loved it! I saw the improvement when he had his team practice. The other parents commented as well. I cannot wait for more opportunities to send him to this camp.
— Karen S., Parent
A perfect learning environment
June 18, 2021: His confidence in learning the skill first and then coaches get them to use that as they improvise in competition day what stood out to me most was he would tell of events for each day. Giving him the skills to build on in live games with positive reinforcement, most definitely makes difference, as kids get down on themselves and are scared to be courageous. Just a real positive way of instructing and the comradeship of the girls and boys. Top-notch instructors who could convey and get them to grasp very important fundamentals that are lost sometimes in the game of basketball! As a grandfather, it thrilled my heart to see a pulse for new and possible skills and knowledge in all the participants! Great job to all the staff and coaches who made for the best-case scenario for parents as well as the student players there. A perfect learning environment for any age child and recommend to everyone!
— Tony E., Parent
He really liked his coach
July 5, 2019: He really liked his coach and enjoyed the tournament at the end of the camp!
— Danielle B., Parent
Each child received individual coaching
July 4, 2019: This camp was very organized and fun. It was staffed well with a low player to coach ratio. Each child received individual coaching regardless of skill level plus the coaches had great rapport with players. I highly recommend this camp to anyone and we will be back.
— Tristyan G., Parent
She learned a lot
July 4, 2019: She really enjoyed the camp. She said they worked hard and had fun at the same time. The director and the coaches were really detailed and she really enjoyed all of the drills and the tournament. She learned a lot and can't wait to attend again next year!
— Jakari D., Parent
He learned a lot during camp.
March 18, 2018: Nathan really liked the tournament the last day. He learned a lot during camp.The location was quite a drive for us but it was well worth it! Nathan didn’t complain about waking up early at all, which tells me he loved it and looked forward to camp each day. He is a high energy child, well conditioned from baseball and basketball and he was exhausted every day when he got home!
— Nathan H., Parent
He became more confident handling the ball
March 16, 2018: He became more confident handling the ball. Had lots of fun with his coaches. Camp improved his skills and staff were encouraging.
— Kaleb F., Parent
Demonstrated the drill to ensure the athlete understood the drill.
March 16, 2018: The coaches introduced a drill and the athletes had the opportunity to practice it and then demonstrate the drill to ensure the athlete understood the drill.
— Aaron H., Parent
September 19, 2017: Coach White! He inspires, motivates and trains with enthusiasm and professionalism.
— Marcos C., Parent
Coaches were patient with the kids
September 19, 2017: Coaches were patient with the kids. The best part of camp were defensive drills with Joe!
— Colby B., Parent
My daughter gained so much confidence in her game.
September 1, 2017: My daughter attended the last camp of the summer and she really enjoyed the small size. The coaches were amazing, my daughter (12) gained so much confidence in her game.
— Heidi M., Parent
the best basketball camp
August 13, 2021: Zoe had fun throughout the week and felt that it challenged her with learning new skills. Her group coach was fun and knowledgeable. Zoe said that this was the best basketball camp she has attended.
— Juan R., Parent
We'll definitely be back!
August 9, 2017: Coaches and director were excellent! Both were very personal and professional. As a parent that spends money on multiple basketball camps a year, I felt this camp by far exceeded my expectations. The coaches and directors were great at answering questions from all campers and parents as well. As soon as camp ended on the last day, my son asked if we could come back next year. We'll definitely be back!
— Chad S., Parent
The interaction with other camp players was great.
July 17, 2017: The interaction with other camp players was great. I would recommend more game situation training for next Summer.
— Gerardo T., Parent
Thank you Nike for a great camp!
July 13, 2017: The coaches did a great job organizing the camp. The kids got a lot out of the camp and learned a lot more than even basketball. Thank you Nike for a great camp!
— Dereck A., Parent
My son enjoyed every day.
July 13, 2017: My son enjoyed every day. He was supported by the coaches the entire time. Coach White ran a high energy, focused but fun camp. The June 26th camp went great!
— Sarah C., Parent
Instructors were extremely enthusiastic and experienced!
June 18, 2017: My son had fun, he stayed busy, the camp was well organized, and instructors were extremely enthusiastic and experienced!
— Varnell J., Parent
I loved it and would do it all over again if I could.
June 16, 2017: I loved it and would do it all over again if I could. The help and improvement I got from all the coaches was amazing.
— Karla T., Camper
Kids were constantly busy practicing their skills.
June 16, 2017: Great coaches and great use of time during the camp. Kids were constantly busy practicing their skills. My son came home telling me about his newly learned skills everyday.
— Leticia F., Parent
Having a word of the day was great.
January 5, 2017: The coaches and the intensity were the best part about camp. Having a word of the day was great! I would recommend extending the Winter camp to 2 weeks instead of 1 week.
— Samantha T., Parent
The coaches made it fun!
January 4, 2017: The campers learned a lot and worked hard. The coaches made the overall experience fun!
— Rose M., Parent
She asked to go half day to full day!
January 4, 2017: My daughter felt that she was learning and enforcing her skills. She asked to go half day to full day! The positive attitude and the wiliness of the coaching staff to teach was incredible. Just the appearance of the coaches - they wanted to be there and enjoyed what they were doing.
— Esther D., Parent
All coaches did a great job
January 3, 2017: All coaches did a great job. Keep up the good work!!!
— Nick D., Parent
My child's favorite part of camp were the drills.
January 3, 2017: My child's favorite part of camp were the drills, environment, and one on one lessons. I would recommend allowing some of the younger campers permission to work with the older kids at camp.
— Richard R., Parent
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