Overnight Camps




Stanford Basketball Overnight
and
High Potential Camps 

 

1) Overnight Camp: June 21 - 24

Ages:  Entering grades 5 - 7 in Fall 2019  

Cost: Boarding  - $700 Before April 15th and $750 After April 15th

Commuter - $625 before April 15th and $675 after April 15th

 

2) High Potential Overnight Camp:  June 21 - 24

Ages:  Entering grades 8 - 12 in Fall 2019

Cost: Boarding- $700 before April 15th and $750 after April 15th

Commuter - $625 before April 15th and $675 after April 15th

 

3) Elite Overnight Camp:  July 1-2

Ages:  Entering grades 8 - 12 (NO EXCEPTIONS) in Fall 2019

Cost: $200 Boarding, $170 Commuter

 

 

 

Camp Purpose: 

The Stanford Men's Basketball Camp is designed to provide a safe, fun and instructional environment.  The campers will be drilled in the various fundamentals, which include footwork, shooting mechanics, ball handling, passing, movement without the ball, defensive principles, rebounding, sportsmanship and how to be good teammate.   The camp will also feature team competition, as all of the campers divided up into teams. There will also be various forms of 2 on 2, 3 on 3 and individual competitions.  On the final day, there will be an awards presentation honoring various campers for their efforts and performance. 

 

High Potential Overnight Camp:


This camp session is recommended to 8th grade (as of Fall 2018) and high school basketball players, seeking competitive sessions of basketball.  This camp consists of very intense sessions of games and instructions for athletes who aspire to play in high school and at the club level.  This overnight camp is open to campers of all skill levels, beginning to advanced.  

 

All campers stay on campus in the Stanford Dormitories (under strict staff supervision) and have meals in the student dining halls.

The Stanford Coaching Staff is on hand for the entire camp and is heavily involved in instruction, including coaching position breakdown sessions.

 

Overnight Camp:


Live the Stanford Basketball Experience at the Stanford Overnight Camp.  Days are filled with skill development, competitive games, and game analysis.  Shooting competitions and 3 on 3 competition are a highlight of the overnight experience.

All campers stay on campus in the Stanford Dormitories (under strict staff supervision) and have meals in the student dining halls.


The Stanford Coaching Staff is on hand for the entire camp and is heavily involved in instruction, including coaching position breakdown sessions.

 

Elite Overnight Camp:

For Elite Overnight Camp information, please go to the next page. 

 

 

 

Commuter Camper:  

Campers can register as commuter campers for either camp.  A commuter camper participates in all activities with the camp, but does not eat breakfast with the camp and does not stay overnight in the dorms with the other campers. Campers who are staying in a hotel with their parents or who live locally and do not want to stay in the dorm should think about this option.  They are to be dropped off at Maples Pavilion each day by 9:00 AM and picked up at Maples Pavilion at 9:00 PM.

What To Bring To Camp:


Please mark all belongings with name tags or indelible marking ink.  It is suggested that a list of belongings accompany each camper.  Please leave expensive watches and cameras at home.

Basketball Shoes and extra shoe laces
4 pairs of basketball shorts
6 pairs of athletic socks
6 tee shirts
Sweatshirt or light jacket
Pajamas
Laundry bag
Alarm clock
Toiletry articles (including foot and body powder)
Each camper is responsible for bringing his own LINENS & TOWELS - the dorm beds are Twin XL
Sheets or sleeping bag
Pillow
Pillow Case
Blanket
Bath Towels
Face Towels

Housing:


All overnight campers will stay on campus in the Stanford Dormitories under strict staff supervision.  All of our coaches are hired by Stanford University and go through background checks conducted by the Stanford University Human Resources Department.

Linens will not be provided.

Stanford University charges $195 for a lost room key.  This is not a fee that the camp has any control of.

Roommates:


We will try to accommodate roommate requests received 30 days prior to the start of camp (NO EXCEPTIONS).  If a roommate is not requested, we will assign a roommate of approximately the same age whenever possible.  No changes will be made at registration.

Schedule:


Daily and game schedules are posted at the dorms and at Maples Pavilion.  Game schedules are subject to change, especially on the last day of camp.

Teams:


Campers are placed on teams according to age, size and ability.  Our priority in forming teams is to have balanced competition.  Therefore, we do not honor team assignment requests.  In some cases, players are "traded" from the team assigned at registration to better balance the competition.

Trainer:


There is a qualified trainer on duty 24 hours a day in case of illness or injury.  The trainer will also administer prescribed medications if this service is requested at registration.

Camp Store:


The camp store offers pizza, snacks, drinks, and exclusive Stanford Basketball Camp merchandise. 

 

Meals:


Campers eat meals in the Student Dining Hall.  A variety of selections are prepared for each meal.  A vegetarian offering is provided for all meals.  Commuter Camper tuition includes lunch and dinner.

Transportation:


TRANSPORTATION IS NOT PROVIDED BY THE CAMP TO OR FROM AIRPORTS. If your camper is flying in from San Jose Airport or San Francisco International Airport we recommend SuperShuttle 1-800-258-3826 or www.superschuttle.com 

Health Care:


There is a qualified trainer on duty 24 hours a day in case of illness or injury.  In the case of an emergency, parents will be contacted immediately.  Campers would be transported to either the Palo Alto Medical Foundation or the Stanford Hospital.

Check In:

Check in for Overnight Camp and High Potential Camp is at 4:30 PM on Friday, June 21.  Dinner will be served immediately after check-in.  We will send more information out 2 weeks ahead of the camp.

 

Check Out:

Check-out and pick-up will be 2:00 PM on Monday, June 24.

 

Early/ Late Arrivals:


Unfortunately, Stanford Basketball Camp has neither the staff nor facilities to accommodate campers who arrive a day early (or need to stay a day after the dates of camp).

Sample Schedule - For All Overnight Camps

7:30am             Breakfast

8:45am             Roll Call at dorm courts + Commuter Campers Check-in

9:00am             Warmup/Footwork Instruction

9:30am             Shooting Mechanics/Ball Handling/ Passing/Clinics

11:00am Individual Competition/2 on 2 Competition/ 3 on 3 Competition/4 Minute Team Games

12:00pm            Lunch

1:00pm             Meet on courts

1:15pm             Fundamental Work/ Drill and Review Shooting/Passing/Ball Handling/Footwork

2:45pm             Individual Competition

3:30pm             Team Games in Division Play

5:00pm             Dinner

6:00pm             Roll call on dorm courts

6:15pm             Team Games

7:00pm             Camp Contests

8:00pm             Lecture

9:00pm             Evening Activity - Commuter Campers Check-out

11:00pm           Lights Out

 

Registration/Confirmation:


Registration will be conducted online.  

Our camps are open to any and all entrants. For your safety and benefit, we recommend that you choose a camp that fits your particular skills and level of development.