- $69 for one week of sports and enrichment camp ($139 Value)
Coaches put students through drills and games in an array of sports such as soccer, tennis, basketball, and martial arts, forging a balance of indoor and outdoor activities in a camp that runs from 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Sports activities are paired with enrichment activities that range from chess, art, and creativity, to theater, science, and languages such as Chinese. Instructors also infuse their charges with nutritional tips and healthy approaches to competition, culminating in a pizza party on Friday.
After a year in law school, Jason Bradstreet felt unsatisfied. A mission trip led him into a period of introspection that caused him to rediscover his passion for playing Division 1 tennis. Channeling this athletic experience into organizing classes that might help children to discover the glee of good-natured competition, Jason founded Bradstreet Camps.
Even as his staff of certified and licensed coaches mentors kids aged 3 and older in soccer, tennis, and martial arts, Jason aims to expand the world of athletes with a range of arts and humanities classes. Lithe dancers lead students in modern jazz and hip-hop dance, sharing facilities with performing- and visual-arts classes taught by actual private-school teachers and opera courses taught by actual phantoms. As pupils rush by clutching martial-arts trophies, instructors aim to imbue their charges with life skills and an appreciation for skills they might not have otherwise discovered.
Programs take place at a range of sites such as the Citrus Park Christian School, where the camp has access to the indoor facilities including classrooms, cafeteria, multipurpose room, outside field, and covered court that shelters children and instructors from the sun and keeps birds from discovering volleyball. Enrichment classes commence in the school's science lab, computer labs, and art studios, with performance classes held in the school's expansive sanctuary.