2020 SUMMER CAMPS
Albany’s exciting summer programs allow each camper, aged 7-18, opportunities to thrive in golf, tennis, science, music, STEM, community service, scuba and wellness, led by world-renowned coaches and instructors. The week-long camps include meals, focused instruction and training, as well as fun social activities to enjoy in the evenings like paintballing, gatherings around Albany's Family Pool and cook-outs along the beach.
Camps range from $500 to $1,450 per week. Boarding is available at an additional cost of $500.
Campers can combine multiple sessions for an extended camp experience.
June 29 - July 3
Led by Albany Golf Academy’s Jon Hearn, the Golf Camp uses Albany’s world-class practice facilities and championship golf course to further develop camp goers’ skills and passion for the game. Each day students will focus on one major skill development such as putting and chipping to improve and test these trained skills on the course in a real game environment.
July 6 - 10 | July 13 - 17
At Albany’s tennis summer camp, athletes will receive personalized instruction, conditioning, and guidance as they improve in all aspects of the game; training under an expert team of coaches and staff including Albany Tennis Academy’s Director of Tennis Richele LeSaldo. All players of all levels can benefit from the PlaySight smart court technology and from our intense training program while still having fun.
Albany’s music summer camps give young performers, composers, and producers the opportunity to create recordings in The Sanctuary, the world-class recording studio along Albany Marina.
Students will study tropical marine biology while receiving their PADI Open Water Dive Certification and receive training in scientific survey skills including coral reef fish identification, underwater photography and marine debris surveys.
TEEN WELLNESS EXPERIENCE
Play sports, learn in nature, and foster creativity and imagination with the week-long teen wellness camp led by Albany’s team of wellness experts and the instructors behind ReBoot Wellness Retreats.
Students will partake in exciting field trips and develop practical projects that will serve as a boost to college applications and future employment opportunities. Participants will present these projects to community and international entrepreneurs, engineers, and developers.
This mentorship camp allows students the opportunity to earn community service hours and lead a daily camp for inner-city children, helping create a safe, loving and healthy environment for them.
Students will receive expert instruction on starts and turns as well as all four strokes including freestyle, butterfly, backstroke and breaststroke. This camp features an open water swimming section using Albany’s mile-long beachfront.