Each day, campers receive 4 hours of instruction in their selected sport major. Campers then choose two other sport electives for cross training, conditioning and fun. By blending sports with engaging and experiential Jewish camp activities that foster values of growth, sportsmanship, pride, leadership, intention and teamwork, 6 Points ensures that campers enjoy a well-rounded and truly unique summer experience.
In addition to sports, sports and more sports, camp activities will include: campfires, song sessions, inter camp athletic competition (Maccabiah Games), special guest musicians and speakers, bunk cheers, Israel Day activities and Shabbat celebrations.
During our two-week sessions*, each camper chooses one of the following as their primary sport:
Athletes train with top coaches in the field to develop and strengthen their skills. Training focuses on serving, passing, attacking, defending, and blocking techniques.
Develop your shooting, passing, dribbling, rebounding and defense. Eat, sleep and breathe b-ball and get the focused, intensive training you need to take your game to the next level. For players of all levels, who are looking to develop and refine their fundamental basketball skills.
Players learn to create more goal-scoring opportunities while improving ball handling, footwork and speed. Goalkeeping training is also available. Programs are divided into groups based on age and ability.
Competitive swim training focuses on strength, flexibility and endurance. Swimmers will develop the right feel for the water and correct motor skills, core strength, explosive power and flexibility.
Drills and game situations taught by USPTA certified professionals are used to improve player skills and strategies. Programs are divided into groups based on age and ability.
Athletes receive individualized hitting and fielding instruction and participate in drills, scrimmages and strategy sessions. Athletes also receive a personal evaluation of their skills from our top notch coaching staff.
Cheerleading & Dance
Diverse and trend-setting instruction that challenges athletes to reach their maximum performing potential. Campers receive personalized and specialized instruction accentuating technique, precision, and style. Campers will learn cheers, chants and dance routines focused in hip- hop, jazz and funk. Campers in the cheerleading and dance major work on a group routine throughout the session, culminating in a performance for the entire camp.
Boys / Girls Lacrosse (separate programs)
Technical training focuses on stick handling, cradling, passing, catching and well as daily speed, conditioning and fitness sessions.
Athletes receive individualized hitting and fielding instruction and participate evaluation of their skills from our top notch coaching staff.
Coaches help develop each players' game through instruction to improve putting, chipping, pitching, swing, and more. Athletes in the golf major take a short ride to our off-campus golf facilities at Broadmoor Links for morning and evening sport major sessions.
Athletes focus on individual skill development and receive technical training to improve their technique on floor, vault, beams, and bar. Athletes in the gymnastics major take a short ride to our off-campus gymnastics facilities at Asheville Gymnastics for morning and evening sport major sessions.
Campers receive training in areas including sports photography, videography, reporting and will contribute to our summer blog! Open to campers entering the 8th grade and older.
*Offerings may vary each session.
Along with their sport major, campers choose two of the following electives daily:
- Flag Football
- Fitness & Conditioning
- Mini Soccer
- Rock Climbing
- Free Swim
- Ultimate Frisbee
- Spike Ball
- Better Bounce
- 9-Square in the Air
*Offerings may vary each week.
A Typical Day
7:30 am Wake Up
8:00 Morning Stretch
9:00 Dorm Clean-Up
9:30 Sport Major
12:15 pm Lunch / Song Session
1:00 Rest Hour
2:30 Elective 1
3:45 Elective 2
5:00 Rest Hour
7:00 Sport Major
9:00 Siyum & Return to Dorms
9:30 Lights Out Program
10:00 Lights Out
Our sports specialty staff serve as role models both on and off the field
Instructors are college or high school coaches who are highly regarded and respected in their chosen sports. All counselors are Jewish college athletes, Israeli athletes or high school graduates who played their chosen sport through high school. Counselors live in dorms and share their real life athletic tips and experiences. Their job is to engage athletes in a safe and welcoming atmosphere. Our counselors don’t sit on the sidelines. They participate in every activity with the campers.