Deadliest Warrior

 May 29 – June 1 (Closed May 28th for Memorial Day)

CAMP CONCENTRATION: FEARLESSNESS AND CONFIDENCE

Campers will get to learn about some of the deadliest warriors to ever exist including (but not limited to): Ninjas, Samurais, Vikings, Gladiators, Spartans, Apache, Shaolin Monk, and Maori Warrior. They will get an opportunity to train like these warriors and also battle like these warriors. Students can expect to navigate the ultimate ninja course as part of the training as well.

Infinity Wars

June 4 – 8

CAMP CONCENTRATION: TAKE RESPONSIBILITY

Get ready to explore the various battle styles fighting techniques used within this action packed movie and get a chance to try out the moves yourself! We will also explore the various weapons used and give you a chance to do some drills mimicking scenes from the movie.

NERF Missions

June 11 – 15

CAMP CONCENTRATION: LEADERSHIP

Students will get an opportunity to accept a new mission every day of camp. Missions will be comprised of teams with captains in order to successfully fulfill the requirements of their specific mission. Captains will have to assess their team members’ abilities in order to assign tasks and overall be a successful leader. Captains will be rotated throughout the camp. Missions will include securing rooms, retrieving sensitive material, disarming dangerous people or situations, and overall using stealth and skills to get the job done.

Star Wars: Jedi vs Sith

June 18 – 22

CAMP CONCENTRATION: INTUITION

Campers get a chance to tap into a very familiar world of names and places that have been only experienced when watching the star wars films. Student will learn strategies that are used in the Star Wars films to challenge both their physical and mental capacity. Everyone will have an opportunity to explore both sides of “The Force” and the weapons and hierarchy that exist within both the Jedi and the Sith.

Zombie Survival Camp

June 25 – 29

CAMP CONCENTRATION: FOCUS

Survivors will learn about the cardinal rules for surviving a zombie attack. They will have practice drills to strengthen their skills before encountering their evening zombie attack challenge. Survivors will be sent into an infested area in either teams, pairs, or alone. Others will get to watch from the viewing room. They will have to pay attention and play by the rules in order to make it till daybreak.

Escape Games

July 9 – 13

CAMP CONCENTRATION: PATIENCE

Can you escape? Will you survive? Do you have what it takes? These questions and more will be answered as students challenge themselves to escape, find clues and resources, and overcome various obstacles inside the time limit. Each day will have a different theme. Themes may include: Jungle Survival, Zombie Outbreak, etc.

Star Wars: Empire vs Rebels

July 16 – July 20

CAMP CONCENTRATION: COMMUNICATION

Similar to ancient dynasties and empires we hear about in martial arts history and Asian culture, the rivalry between the empire and the rebels seen in the Star Wars films are a perfect theme for an action packed week. Students will have the chance to represent both the dark empire and the uprising rebellion in fun and challenging games that will test their mental and physical capabilities.

NERF Challenge

July 23 – 27

CAMP CONCENTRATION: SPEED AND AGILITY

Campers will test their accuracy, patience, focus, strategy, and overall skill set utilizing a variety of nerf products. Whether it is shooting a moving target using a nerf bow or taking part in an ole fashion duel using nerf guns, they are bound to find a challenge that tests their limits. Campers can expect to face challenges one on one, pairs, teams, blindfolded, timed, and more. Students can also expect to push the ultimate boundaries when the lights go out and the challenges get amped up to a whole new level.

Action Movie Star

July 30 – Aug 3

CAMP CONCENTRATION: CREATIVITY AND INSPIRE

Campers get to live out everyone’s childhood dream of being a movie star. Each camper’s creativity and individual skills will come into play during the course of the week. In terms of fun, sky is the limit when things like movie make-up, creative lighting, costumes, and choreography are thrown into the mix!

Camp Information

May, June, July & August Camps

(FREE UNIFORM AND 1 MONTH FREE CLASSES TO NEW STUDENTS)

$160.00 per camp (1-4 camps)

$140.00 per camp (5-9 camps)

$185.00 per camp if paying day of

EARLY DROP OFF: 7:30am

LATE PICK UP: 6:00pm

THEMED ACTIVITIES: 9-3

Although all camps are unique, they do have similarities in the routine from day to day.

MAD SKILLS MONDAY: Camp opens up with introducing the trait the camp will focus on and then doing ice breakers revolving around that trait.

TRIVIA TUESDAY: Campers will get a chance to get into teams and do a round of trivia revolving around the camp theme.

WATER PLAY WEDNESDAY: Students will need to bring in a towel, huge water gun, and sunscreen in order to participate in the water works! All students are required to wear a top during water play. No bikinis that show stomachs. Water shoes are not required but recommended.

THEATER THURSDAY: Campers will get an opportunity to relax to a movie or documentary related to the camp theme while enjoying popcorn and a beverage. All material will be age appropriate.

FREEZE OUT FRIDAY: To celebrate the end of camp, students will get to make an ice cream sundae! Although various toppings are provided, students are encouraged to bring in any wild topping they can conjure up!

ALL CAMPERS WILL NEED THE FOLLOWING FOR CAMP:

-GI AND OBI (Uniform and Belt) TUESDAY AND THURSDAY ONLY (FREE UNIFORM AND BELT TO NEW STUDENTS)

-LUNCH

-GOOD ATTITUDE

-APPROPRIATE APPAREL (NO DRESSES UNLESS SHORT WORN UNDERNEATH)

-LONG HAIR SECURED

CAMPERS WILL NOT BE ALOUD TO USE DEVISES DURING CAMP! ANY CAMPER NEEDING TO TEXT OR CALL A PARENT MUST RECEIVE PERMISSION FIRST.

CAMPERS WILL BE REQUIRED TO LOG IN FOR CLASS USING THE COMPUTER.