The Student Activity & Academic Center offers a variety of summer camps through independent organizations. These organizations are contracted by the Student Activity & Academic Center and all questions regarding these services should be directed to the information provided below.
For more information about the individual camps listed below please click here.
Emory Tennis Camp
ETC, LLC (John Browning) provides high quality instruction for
boys and girls ages 5-18 at the beginner, intermediate, and advanced
levels. Drill work focuses on all aspects of both the doubles and singles
games. Match play strategy is also emphasized. Each camper will receive comprehensive
instruction to improve his or her individual game. Full-day and morning sessions
Dates | July 7-11, July 14-18, July 21-25, July 28-August 1
Directors | John Browning (ETC)
Website | ETC & Nike Tennis Camp
Total Sports Academy
Total Sports Academy, LLC is excited to offer a multi-sports camp
for boys and girls ages 5-18. Half-day and full-day camps are available.
Total Sports Academy is a non-specialized camp for children who have
not made the commitment to one sport. The goal is simply to provide
campers with comprehensive athletic skills to last a lifetime.
Total Sports Academy’s primary goal is to provide campers
with a fun, and most importantly, a safe environment. Each day will
specialized instruction in tennis, basketball, soccer, volleyball,
agilities, and motor skills. Campers will participate in individual
and group drills,
as well as, have the opportunity to incorporate the skills learned in
organized games and game situations throughout the week.
Dates | June 2-6, June 9-13, June 16-20, June 23-27, August 4-8
Directors | John Browning
Website | Total Sports Academy
Emory Total Tennis Camps
Emory Total Tennis Camps with Coach Amy Bryant is a tennis specialty day camp for boys and girls ages 5 and up. Camp is offered the first 4 weeks of the summer at Emory University with options beginning at 8:30 am and ending at 6:00 pm.
Camp is for all ages and levels and features a low camper to counselor ratio to keep kids engaged! For ages 8 and under, the curriculum follows the USTA quickstart recommended teaching style which is loads of fun! Older and more advanced campers also improve with our college style drills and games.
Full-day registrants swim at the end of each day and extended care campers are offered extra activities which include rock climbing. Emory’s facilities boast indoor and outdoor courts, Olympic sized pools, gymnasiums and racquetball courts.
Coach Bryant is the Head Women’s Tennis Coach at Emory University and has directed community summer camps for ten years. Her mission is to instill a lifelong passion for the game of tennis in each camper by creating a fun and safe learning environment. www.bryantcamps.com.
Dates | May 26-30
Director | Amy Bryant
Website | Emory Total Tennis Camps
Challenge & Champions
The Emory University
Division of Educational Studies has a three week summer day camp for
middle schoolers at Clairmont Campus. It is a great blend of academics,
fitness, wellness, study skills, and social skills. Students take
two interdisciplinary classes in the morning that use many of the university's
skills and learning strategies are integrated into the classes. In
the afternoon, students take two physical education skill building
and have free swim time. Space is limited.
Dates | June 16-July 3
Director | Dr. Karen Falkenburg
Website | Challenge & Champions
The day camp is offered to girls ages 5 - 17 and is designed to improve all around fundamental basketball skills
ball handling, passing, shooting, screening, post offense, defensive
techniques, and team strategies. Daily sessions will include individual
drills, demonstrations, fun competitions, and games. Extended Care
is also available from 8:00am - 9:00am and 4:00pm - 6:00pm.
Dates | June 2-6, July 28-August 1
Director | Christy Thomaskutty
Phone | 404.712.2454
Website | Girls Basketball