What do the kids do in camp?
Lots! We balance our camp day with focused instruction and fun activities. We take advantage of the additional hours that we have with our students to help them accelerate their sports training.
The kids work on strength, flexibility, hand–eye coordination, and balance, as they train in tumbling, trampoline, bars, rings, balance beam, vault, dance, cheer (girls), and obstacle courses. We also incorporate climbing ropes, the rock wall, bounce houses, in-ground foam pits, parachutes and water games.
What to wear?
Campers should wear appropriate sports attire (shorts, t-shirts, or a leotard.) For safety reasons, we discourage jewelry, hooded sweatshirts, jeans or street pants, belts, zippers, and baggy clothing. Long hair should be pulled back – no hard barrettes.
What about lunch and snack?
Campers should pack a lunch and snack. Please make sure you provide enough food for lunch and snack (two snacks for full day campers.) We prefer campers bring water for their drink to avoid sticky spills in our facility. Also, please avoid peanut butter products and do not send in anything that needs to be prepared as we do not have kitchen facilities or chefs.
Do we need a bathing suit?
This applies to Summer Camp only.
Yes! Please bring a bathing suit, towel, and sunscreen everyday! We hold water activities from 12:00-1:00pm almost everyday…a camp favorite! Campers will enjoy water sprinklers, slip and slides, bubble fun, misters, and our gigantic inflatable water slide/pool! We also have a water play-center pool and mini slide for the younger children at camp. Our water activities are decisively designed to occur in the middle of the day, for a refreshing cool down when the kids need it most. If you would not like your child to participate in water activities, please let the front desk know upon drop-off.
What if my child gets sick or something comes up?
If your child enrolled in camp and cannot attend, we will gladly credit your account. Please try to give us 24 hours notice.