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FutureStarrFuture Stars Day Camp Immaculata College
Future Stars Day Camp is entering its 39th summer as the leader in day camps with over 100,000 alumni. Established by Cathy Rush in 1971, Futures Stars Day Camp programs are designed to ensure every camper a unique learning experience. Each day features a curriculum which combines varied activities and challenges, promising your child nonstop fun and excitement.
Future Stars is entering its 39th summer as the leader in summer camps with over 100,000 alumni. Established by Cathy Rush in 1971, Futures Stars Day Camp programs are designed to ensure every camper a unique learning experience. Each day features a curriculum which combines varied activities and challenges, promising your child nonstop fun and excitement. Future Stars welcomes the individual talents and interests of each of our campers and always looks forward to providing an environment that nurtures growth through individual initiative, group challenges, sportsmanship and fun!
Program Description: The program is designed for participants to learn and enhance volleyball skills in a fun and high-energy environment. The focus is on volleyball fundamentals and improving the basics. Participants will not only learn passing, serving, setting and hitting, but will also work on developing coordination and motor skills. The goal is to ensure our participants have an absolute blast while being introduced to the great team sport of volleyball. The program is led by Coach Reyes Cordero and assisted by our experienced Little Rock Juniors staff. Coach Reyes's philosophy for Future Stars is based on the famous Ruth Nelson’s BYOP (Bring your own Parent) program designed to unlock the capabilities of the athletes and develop self-esteem and self-confidence. (Source: www.lrjuniors.com)
"You couldn't wish for a better environment for your child. I attended one of their open houses and was really impressed by the beautiful facility - a lot of care has gone into creating an engaging, active workspace to inspire children of all ages and interests. I was also impressed by the generosity of the partners and staff - while new to the area, they are committed to becoming members of this community, and as such are really interested on what we want from an educational center. I brought my teenager after my initial visit, and he has loved everything about it, from the wall of bugs (scorpions and hissing cockroaches!) to the VR games to the variety of robotics offerings. He wants to go there every day, and there are so many great programs, I want to go, too! Where else can you study archaeology and cinema alongside 3D printing and astronomy? Great place for enrichment, summer camp, and afterschool options."
Rush, whose story is the focus of the new movie “The Mighty Macs,” said she was just trying at the time to be a good teacher, a good coach, a good wife to her NBA referee husband, a good mother to her two then-infant sons and a good director for her summer basketball camps. She traveled all around the Philadelphia area for regular season games, to Illinois and Kansas and New York for championship games, and to the Poconos every summer for camps. (Source: www.theintell.com)