Frequently Asked Questions
What is your coaching philosophy?
For over twenty years, Coach Parker has developed specific training methods that are the cornerstones of success at the collegiate and high school preparatory programs. These methods include intense classroom studies and an on-court curriculum that delivers education in a camp environment. Basic to advanced skills have been researched and are taught on a daily basis to enable athletes to accurately repeat a specific skill until it becomes second nature.
Are campers placed into groups based on age or ability?
Both. Campers are initially divided into groups based on age. Campers then undergo a complete evaluation as they matriculate through a series of skill testing drills. Following the evaluation, campers who would clearly benefit from being moved to a higher group will be asked if they would like to do so.
What should I bring?
A water bottle and athletic shoes. Please be dressed in athletic gear. Campers can bring spending money ($10-$15) but should leave all jewelry and electronics such as iPads, iPods and gaming systems at home. The camp will not be responsible for any lost or misplaced items.
Do you have before and after care?
New this year, we are offering before care (8:00 a.m. – 9:00 a.m.) and after care (4:00 p.m. – 6:00 p.m.) at Rosa Parks Middle School and Good Hope Neighborhood Recreation Center. We will not offer before and/or after care at any of the other locations.
What is your Cancellation Policy?
We understand that plans change. If you cannot attend your session due to a family emergency, illness or injury you may elect to transfer registration to someone else or donate to the Worthy Athlete Fund.
Do you have a Money-Back Guarantee?
You can count on Coach Parker’s reliability. We pride ourselves on getting things right. We’re not perfect, but when we make a mistake we fix it. If you are not happy with our service and/or the quality of education you received as a result of attending our camp, please get in touch with us and we’ll arrange a retake, provide a course credit or process a refund.