Remember when we announced the new and exciting camp that will be available for your children this summer? Well, if you can’t recall, see the Top 10 things there is to know about the American Sports Academy. Moreover, here’s what a typical day at the ASA looks like for your kids!
The ASA lets the children design their perfect week with the guidance and orientation of camp counselors. Since the camp offers a totally elective program for children ages 7-17, they can choose to improve their skill levels in the athletics of their choice, be that just one or many!
The schedules are made for a week at a time, with two “free choice” periods per day in which the campers have the ability to take part in a variety of activities on a daily basis– kayaking, water sports, shooting, zip lining and so much more! They will also have the opportunity to volunteer to support three major charities of La Romana: the Fundación MIR, the Hogar del Niño, and the Ball Boy Foundation right here in Casa La Terraza Tennis Center, this will allow children to fulfill school requirements for Volunteering and Community Service.
At the end of their stay, each child will leave the ASA with an evaluation sheet in the areas they choose and it will include recommendations for practice points to take home with them to ensure continued improvement during the year.
So what does the daily schedule look like at ASA?… Let’s find out!
ASA DAILY SCHEDULE
- 8:00am Wake Up – Clean Up!
- 8:30am – 9:15am Breakfast – Morning
- 9:15am – 9:30am Room Inspection
- 9:40am – 10:5am Elective #1 (Stretching & Warm Up)
- 11:00am – 12pm Elective #2
- 12pm – 12:45pm Free Choice (All campers must be at a chosen activity)
- 1:00pm – 2:00pm Lunch – Afternoon Announcements
- 2:00pm – 2:45pm Rest Period (Computer Room, Game Room Open)
- 2:45pm – 3:45pm Elective #3
- 3:55pm – 4:55pm Elective #4
- 4:55pm – 5:45pm Free Choice
- 6:00pm – 7:00pm Dinner – Evening Announcements
- 7:15pm – 8:45pm Evening Games & Activities
- 8:45 – Curfew Canteen, Computer Room, Game Room
There’s no room for boredom while your kids are at camp! Everyday is filled with fun activities. So what are you waiting for?! See the information below and enroll you kids for what will be one of the best summers of their lives and one that they’ll always remember!
American Sports Academy
AUGUST 6 – 13th 2016 ONE WEEK ONLY!
Week One: July 4th – 9th
Week Two: July 11th – 16th
Week Three: July 18th – 23rd
Week Four: July 25th – 30th
Ages: 7-17 years old (5 and 6 year olds are admitted at camp during the day but not allowed to stay in camp accommodations)
US$1,800 per week with lodging at the Casa de Campo Hotel included
US$500 per week (plus Hotel Charge) for children ages 5 and up that have pre-arranged accommodations
Tel: (+1) 203-733-7890
Email: [email protected]
About American Sports Academy at Casa de Campo
The American Sports Academy was founded by Marc and Caroline White, long-time Directors of Kutsher’s Sports Academy in New York and Massachusetts, USA, and by Spanish entrepreneur, Juan Carlos García-Cordero.
The concept was to bring the best of the traditional and specialty American camps to one of the best settings in the world – the 7,000 acre Casa de Campo Resort & Villas, in La Romana, Dominican Republic. They have created the ultimate opportunity both in training and environment for young athletes, ages 7-17, from all over the world.
The goal of ASA is to prepare junior athletes to “Reach the Next Level” of competition, whether it be middle school, high school, club, college or professional. A warm, fun, traditional atmosphere awaits the campers in one of the world’s finest resorts, perched on the Caribbean Sea with facilities and amenities unmatched by any other camp or school in the world.