IDEAS Sports/Games Camp at Columbus School For Girls
Offers Boys and Girls of all Experience Levels an Exciting New Theme Each Week of the Summer.
IDEAS’ Sports & Games Camp will sell out each week.
Register today to secure your reservation. To preserve an incredible experience, certain to exceed the expectations of both parents and campers, this camp will sell out. Low ratio. Daily swimming. Up to three sports per day. Safety is out top priority – Always!
IDEAS’ Sports Camp Weekly Activities Include
Activities are approximately 30-minutes long and are intended to provide campers with a fun and team-oriented opportunity to experiment with a variety of unique and innovative sports and games. Not every activity is offered on a weekly basis. Please check the Sports & Games schedule for the activities being offered each week.
GaGa and Backyard Sports
Traditional indoor and outdoor sports including: GaGa, Home Run Derby, Soccer, Volleyball, Beach Games, Four-Square, and Cornhole.
Interactive Play-Fitness Games
Get your body moving and your steps in as campers experience the Camp Rock Wall, Ninja Obstacle Course, Relay Races, Scavenger Hunts, and more.
Create-a-Game or Sport
Endless fun! Create and play your own Minute-To-Win-It, Marble Olympics, or Dude Perfect game. Challenge your friends.
Highlight Reel Creations
Film Your Own Highlight Reel. Produce Instructional Videos For Your Very Own Fun-Filled Creative Crazy Games, and more.
Summer is hot so we like to cool down daily with Open Swim & Swim Games led by Red Cross Certified Lifeguards and Swim Instructors.
About IDEAS’ Sports & Games Camp
IDEAS’ Sports & Games Camp offers action-packed, continual fun, and lastly skills, drills and friendly sports competition. Campers will want to arrive early each day to this camp program.
Sports & Games Camp is for the camper who loves athletics, but doesn’t want to focus on one particular sport in a one-week period. Combining a mix of team sports with daily free swim, a rock-climbing wall, the Sports and Games Olympics, and a new and exciting special event each week. Our highly organized program promotes the development of movement, play, teamwork, sportsmanship, self-confidence, and most of all, fun.
Each week concludes with exciting the IDEAS Awards Ceremony, where all teams are recognized, based off of the points earned for teamwork, organization, spirit, hustle, and skills/game competition. Effort over Results is the philosophy upon which IDEAS’ Camps was built. Fair play, equal playing time and positive athletic coaching environment.
Some examples of IDEAS’ Sports & Games theme-weeks include: Punt-Pass-Kick, Minutes-to-Win-It, Spike It/Blitz It, World Cup Soccer, and more.
Each week offers boys and girls a new camp-theme, providing them with interactions, experiences and stories which will become the focus of attention during both the ride home and at the dinner table.
IMPORTANT NOTE: Due to the heat of the summer campers will spend as much time indoors or in the shade as possible throughout the week. This includes the time we spend on the Rock Wall and more. Safety is our #1 priority at all times. Misting fans and plenty of water breaks are abundant at Sports and Games Camp while we preach the importance of sunscreen and hydration all week long.
Rest assured parents, because we are obsessed with the details of sourcing, hiring, and training excellent instructors and counselors to work at IDEAS Camp. Our company has 22+ years of experience sourcing, hiring and training well-qualified professionals to lead your children, who are entrusted under our supervision and care, each and every day.
All IDEAS’ Sports & Games campers are led by experienced and creative adults who have extensive experience working in education and/or working in a camp setting. Each IDEAS instructor who works with your son or daughter is fully vetted and has passed local and nationwide criminal background checks, in-depth reference checks, and a behavioral personality test – all to ensure that our company core values are upheld and our expectations are fully met each and every camp day.
Moreover, we have a dedicated team at IDEAS’ Winter Headquarters who work year-round to ensure each camp team member is a proper fit and represents our high level of standards including: safety, experience, courtesy, respect, professionalism, flexibility, and enjoyment. Our entire team of full time and seasonal professionals is filled with persons who lead-by-example, put others before themselves, serve as mentors and friends, and lastly celebrate your camper’s effort over results.
“I know how hard it is for the older kids to attend camp. For full transparency, my 7th grader really did not want to go to our camp this morning. However, he came home today so excited that two of his friends were in his group AND that he got to learn a new type of coding language. Here I was nervous all day and he totally surprised me when I picked him up. Just wanted to let you know since I most likely sounded the “false alarm” earlier today when we spoke in the morning. Here’s to a great rest of the week”
“Spectacular camp. Amazing. Cinthia and all of her friends attended camp last week (they were the Heroic Stemsters team) and each had an absolute blast. The camp had quite an impression on all of them since they could not stop talking about the fitness games, computer games, and counselor games they played and participated in. The IDEAS counselors provided the confidence and builds the self-esteem these girls need to feel comfortable in a mostly all boys program. I can assure you that more and more girls will be attending your camp in the future since I am now your biggest fan. Thanks again.”
“Your free extended care was really helpful to Dorothy and me this past summer. I cannot thank you enough for adding that as a free option. Usually, I cannot afford to send my older daughter to this high level of a camp because of the cost to attend these programs in the Scottsdale area. But since you include all of the free options, my husband and I can now send D to multiple weeks of your camp. Thank you for your generosity and making it affordable for all to attend.”