• Using a Growth Mindset to Achieve our Dreams


    We all have dreams, and for most of us, those dreams involve being perfect at whatever it is we may be doing.

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  • How Campers Learn to Take Pride in Their Jewish Heritage at 6 Points


    I think it is important for our campers to develop a strong Jewish identity in their Jewish heritage, Jewish culture and Jewish faith. I believe that taking pride in your heritage, culture and faith inspires you to live a more Jewish life and to find your own unique Jewish identity that no one can ever take away from you.

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  • The Promises We Make

    When we join a team, we are making a vow to be our best selves and put the team first. When campers and staff join our camp community, we are making a promise to ourselves and to each other to embody our core values of leadership, teamwork, growth, sportsmanship, pride and intention.

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  • The Importance of Teaching Intention as a Head Coach


    Working at 6 Points has been a valuable experience for me because of how important the 6 Core Values are to the overall coaching program. The value that I have stressed the most to the baseball players has been “Intention.” At camp, “Intention” is coupled with the Hebrew meaning behind the word, which is combined with Jewish values surrounding prayer and community.

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  • Spreading Hope, Creating Community


    A few of us had attended a Jewish camp as a child; several more had sent our children to Jewish camp; and for some of us this was our first day at a Jewish camp. But for all of us, love of Jewish camps is close to our hearts and supporting Reform Jewish camps is our mission.

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  • Racing to Repair our World


    Hear from our campers in the Sports Journalism Elective about our Tikkun Olam 5K and their thoughts on our partner organization (St. Joseph Center), reasons for participating, and the race itself!

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  • Stepping stones, not stopping points


    Setting an intention, or in other words, deciding how you want to go about achieving a goal, is not a one-and-done exercise. Perhaps the second counting was an opportunity for Moses and the Israelites to reflect on how they have conducted themselves thus far, on the journey to the Promised Land.

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  • Songleading at Sports Camp


    “What I did not expect was how open and receptive all of our 6 Points campers have been to learning and participating in new musical experiences.”

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    What Do You Think Wednesday – Session 2 Week 2


    Check out this weeks very special What Do Think Wednesday!

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  • Leading On and Off the Field


    Read how Coach Alli uses our Core Value "Leadership" to teach other values on the field.

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