FAQ

We have received several questions through the years from parents regarding camp and have

collected many of those to answer here. We assume that if one parent asks, others must be

wondering!

WHEN DOES CAMP BEGIN AND END?
Camp begins at 9 am and ends at 3 pm.  We understand that
campers cannot all be picked up at this time.

Please let us know if you need special arrangements for either drop-off or pick-up.

WHAT IS THE CANCELLATION POLICY ?

Until July 1 refunds are provided only through a doctor’s note, less a $100.00 administrative fee. Requests for refunds must be made in writing. (Email is fine.)

WHAT FORMS OF PAYMENT DO YOU ACCEPT?
We accept Venmo, Paypal, and check.

HOW IS LUNCH HANDLED?
Campers are expected to bring their lunch each day, Monday through Thursday.  The camp will provide a pizza party on the final day.  Campers should also bring a water bottle.

CAN I WATCH MY CHILD PLAY?
Camp is open at all times to parents, although we request that parents remain in the seating area or along the perimeter of the other areas of instruction. We will be posting a schedule of events and games daily on our Facebook page.

ARE CELL PHONES ALLOWED?
Yes, but usage will be restricted to the dorms and during meals.

SHOULD MY CHILD BRING SPENDING MONEY?
We have a camp store that is available to all of our campers. We DO NOT encourage the campers to have cash with them. We ask that at registration you make a cash deposit into the camp store. Your child then charges against that amount all week. On the last morning of camp, we refund the money that your daughter has not used. The camp store will sell drinks and snacks.

HOW ARE CAMPERS GROUPED?
Campers will spend the majority of their time playing with others of their own age. At the outset of camp, we have evaluation games. If a player needs to be moved to a different level then we will make the adjustment immediately. All team and divisional assignments will be at the sole discretion of the camp staff.

WHO WILL BE COACHING AND TEACHING MY CAMPER?
We work hard to secure the highest-quality staff and to include more college and high school coaches in an effort to create a better opportunity for learning and growth. Current college players will be in attendance to help with stations and coach the teams in games, while also serving as positive role models.

WHAT IS THE COACH TO PLAYER RATIO?
The ratio is usually 7-8 campers to every coach. We also have others on hand to assist with camp administration and programming.

WILL THE CAMP BE DIFFERENT FOR YOUNGER AND OLDER KIDS?
The camp will be tailored to each age group and coaches will be selected to work with those players based on their expertise and level of coaching. This is something we will monitor during the week to ensure a proper fit for social and basketball purposes.

ARE THERE OPPORTUNITIES FOR INDIVIDUALIZED INSTRUCTION?
Yes! We offer “early morning” workouts (prior to the official start time) and are willing to stay late or work with campers during lunch (after they eat, of course) if they are  interested. We are here for them, so tell your child to ask!

WHAT HAPPENS IF A CHILD IS ASKED TO LEAVE CAMP?
In very rare circumstances, it is necessary for a child to leave camp prior to its completion. If this is done for disciplinary reasons, there will be no refunds. All other situations will be reviewed on a case-by-case basis and all decisions made by the Director are final.

WHAT ARE STATIONS?
Stations are one of the most important parts of camp. Stations are where your camper will learn and practice the majority of their skills. Each team rotates from station to station improving different skills.

HOW MUCH FREE TIME IS THERE DURING CAMP?
The camp is structured so that campers are occupied for the majority of the day, although we realize that everyone needs a short break from time to time. Those breaks are usually arranged around meals and are done under the supervision of camp staff. 

 

Medical Waiver: If you registered on-line and have not signed the medical waiver that is on our registration form, you can fill one out at check-in.  If you will not be dropping off your daughter, you will need to send in a signed medical waiver prior to camp or have your child bring it with them. 

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