4 Star Camps at The University of Virginia - Charlottesville Virginia - Information, Reviews, Ratings
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4 Star Camps at The University of Virginia

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Camp Location: University of Virginia, Charlottesville, Virginia,
Ages: 10-18
Gender: Male and Female
Camp type:Day and Overnight
Session dates: Multiple
Cost (range): $895-$6595
Contact Person: Marietta Naramore - Administrative Director
Phone: 800-334-7827
Fax: 703-866-7775
Mailing Address:
PO Box 3387
Falls Church, Virginia, 22043
United States
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Camp's Description

ABOUT 4 STAR SUMMER CAMPS - 4 Star began summer camp operations at the University of Virginia in 1975.  Over 25,000 students domestically and internationally have attended various 4 Star programs.  Our camp started as a tennis academy back in 1975 but now has grown into so much more.  We offer tennis, golf and academics camps along with SAT prep, English as a Second Language as well as combinations of all of these programs at the University of Virginia.
Each summer we bring together an outstanding group of counselors, Program Directors, and Resident Advisors to ensure a safe and positive experience for our students.  Supervision is clearly our number one priority at 4 Star Camps but other goals include building a caring and supportive environment with attention given to each individual.  Our staff and counselors are the cornerstone of a great summer experience and have received the highest praise of our past students.

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UVA NIKE Tennis Camp summer 2011 August 27, 2011
Reviewer: TennisDad82 from Norfolk, VA
1 Star 1 of 2 people found this review helpful

If you are looking for actual instruction for your teenage tennis player, don't waste your time. The "35%" time spent in stroke development is completely bogus. Most, if not all, is spent just playing short "matches." The dormatories were initialled billed as air-conditioned, but changed without advance notice to non-air conditioned. My son went to the Jul 31 camp; complete waste of time in my opinion, should have spent the $$ on an actual personal instructor or the like. Unless your son/daughter just wants to play pick-up games all day, then stay away from this camp.
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