Use our "find a camp in your area" option to discover if there is a camp in your region that is a good fit for you. Groups: At each camp, campers are divided into groups based on their age and skill. Basketball camps at Skyhawks are ideal for starting to intermediate-level athletes.
The best part is that your registration fee goes directly towards funding new equipment for the youth in your community!
There are many different types of camps available at varying costs. Some camps are better suited for certain types of people while others may not be right for you. It's important to understand what you're looking for in a camp before you start searching. Do you want a competitive environment? Are you looking for specific skills to be developed? There are many factors to take into account when deciding what type of camp will be best for you.
If you aren't sure exactly what you're looking for in a camp, begin by discussing your interests with someone who has gone through the application process before you. They can help guide you in the right direction. Do some research online too; there are many positive reviews of Skyhawks out there and reading these reviews can give you an idea of what to expect from the camp.
Once you've decided what type of camp you would like to attend, it's time to start looking around.
Skyhawks Sports provides 12 different sports camps and clinics for children ages 3 to 12 in venues across the Puget Sound. Some camps focus on a single sport, such as lacrosse, while others include a variety of sports, such as baseball, basketball, and soccer, all in one program. Each camp includes instruction from experienced coaches who are certified by their respective organizations.
Camps run for five days at various locations across the Puget Sound region, including Bellevue, Kirkland, Woodinville, and Lake Forest Park. Participants stay in local hotels near the training sites.
Camps cost $300 to $500 per child. Registration deadlines vary by camp, so check with each facility directly to see if there is still room in this year's camp class.
Many families that can't afford the cost of sports camps may be eligible for financial aid through their schools or youth sports organizations. Please consult with your school or organization's guidance counselor to learn more about available funding programs.
Also known as sports academies, many camps offer extensive training facilities and team uniforms free of charge. Teams often consist of younger siblings of current campers or younger children from nearby communities who are looking to develop their skills ahead of schedule due to age or lack of experience.
In addition to offering athletic training, many camps teach life skills such as time management, goal setting, and teamwork.
NBC Camps offers advanced high school camp training options for boys and girls, including a Boys College-Prep Basketball Camp that attracts Division 1 prospects from around the world, and an HS Girls Advanced Camp in Spokane, WA, as well as a Boys and Girls Total Basketball Camp, an intensive college prep training facility north of Calgary, Alberta, Canada.
Maintain a healthy diet. Make an effort not to eat exclusively sugary things. It will weigh you down and slow you down. Consume plenty of veggies, fruits, grains, dairy, and proteins. Make every attempt to attend any basketball game that is taking place. You may learn from watching other people play and avoid making some of their mistakes if you watch them play.