Since 1985, over 110,000 campers from more than 40 states and 50 countries have attended the Jr. 76ers Camps. Designed for ages 7-17, the Jr. 76ers Camps have received national recognition for meeting the needs of all skill levels.
Jr. 76ers Overnight Camp (located in Wayne, PA) at Valley Forge Academy & College is based on fundamentals and skill development for boys and girls, ages 10-17. Each summer, players of all abilities attend from all over the world. Players practice the drills the pros use on a daily basis and develop key techniques on and off the court by learning cutting edge skills in a fun, positive and competitive environment. Additional activities include swimming and an obstacle course, as well as other opportunities at the activity center (ping pong, movie theater, pool, etc.). Take your game to next level with the #1 Overnight Camp in the NBA!
Jr. 76ers Day Camps have sites in PA, NJ and DE for boys/girls, ages 7-13 years-old. Designed to build a strong foundation for the game, campers will develop skills in shooting, ball handling, passing and more in a fun and positive learning environment. In addition, campers will build character muscles that will benefit them on and off the court.
Little 76ers Camps will not be operating in Summer 2021. If your child is 6 years old and interested in attending our Full Day Camp, please contact us at 610-668-7676 or email@example.com for more information.
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Jr. 76ers Skills Academy is a high-performance camp designed for dedicated players (boys & girls, ages 12-15) who want to develop top-notch skills in a competitive environment. Players benefit from focused skill workouts, team games and daily leadership and character development training from the 76ers Camps coaching staff.
One of the things I remember most fondly about the 76ers Camp was the chance it gave me to have an identity- both as a person and a basketball player- apart from my older brother Phillip, who also went to the camp. I always loved the chance to compete against him in skills competitions, league games and championships (somehow the occasions when I won stick out more clearly in my mind, funny how that works). More generally, camp gave me the chance to develop my game in a competitive atmosphere that was at once friendly and fierce.Dickson CohenCamper: 1999-2004Strategy Manager at Genentech
Sixers Camp was not just a dream come true for my boys. They started at the camp as boys and grew to be young men. They had fun and developed basketball skills to be sure. But it was more than just the basketball. They became more responsible and matured.
I treasure my memories of getting to know the boys’ cabin mates, coaches and the staff. I cannot thank you enough. Congratulations to Sonny and Todd. Your great work is evident every day in these young men both on the court and off.Bruce CohenFather of previous campers
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