MVP XTREME is the newest addition to the MVP Camps family! MVP Camps, celebrating its 12th consecutive year, is excited to launch MVP XTREME, a new basketball program for high school boys. This program will take place at Camp Seneca Lake from Sunday, August 16 to Thursday, August 20. The program is open to individual players entering ninth through twelfth grades, as well as JV and varsity team members and their coaches.
Experience counts — now more than ever! Over the course of the five-day training camp, MVP XTREME will feature high-level competition, serious clinics focused on fundamentals and techniques, drills, skills, conditioning, and competitive league games in a tournament style format and intense MVP XTREME Challenges. MVP XTREME gives players an opportunity to take their game to the next level while emphasizing a positive attitude, as well as confidence building.
Camp Seneca Lake is a top-of-the-line basketball facility. The grounds and amenities are second-to-none. All bunks are air-conditioned. The three daily minyanim take place in the air-conditioned shul. Facilities include the Seneca Center Dome, special MVP courts, the crowd favorite Seneca Park with stadium seating, all lit for night play, in addition to other outdoor/indoor courts, a track, and an obstacle course. MVP players enjoy the indoor and outdoor pools and a poolside hot tub Jacuzzi. Delicious and gourmet glatt kosher meals are served in the air-conditioned dining room. The camp also features Seneca Sprinkles Ice Cream Parlor. Following exciting night games and individual skills competitions, the famous MVP nighttime barbecues take place at the state-of-the-art canteen/café.
All activities and facilities at MVP will be fully operational, following all CDC guidelines, in order to provide a safe, healthy, and fun experience for all the players and staff.
MVP Camps, the premier Orthodox Jewish sports camp program, is looking forward to MVP XTREME, in addition to the other MVP Camp programs taking place this season.
MVP Girls takes place Sunday, August 23–Thursday, August 27 and features a choice of three tracks — basketball, tennis, or dance — and is open to girls in fourth through tenth grades.
MVP Boys takes place Sunday, August 30–Thursday, September 3 and features a choice of two tracks — basketball or tennis — and is open to boys in fourth through eleventh grades.
Spots are limited. Register early at themvpcamps.com.