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March 3, 2016, The News- Page 11 Summer Camps, Programs and Activities Montgomery Bell Academy camps suit many interests and activities

For more than 30 years, Montgomery Bell Academy has been hosting campers enticed by the venue’s slew of summer offerings. “We have an exciting summer of camps and leagues lined up for this season.” Camp Director Mike Martin said. At MBA, summer campers have a wide selection of sports, enrich- ment, outdoor and academic camps, with both full day and half day offerings. MBA hosts between 3,000-4,000 campers through its offerings of more than 100 camps - ranging from academics to sports to leader- ship skills and more. The All- Sports Camp is the most popular among MBA summer guests. The all-day camp — open to ris- ing first through seventh grade boys — lets campers play many different sports including foot- ball, baseball, basketball, dodge- ball, indoor hockey, soccer and more. The All-Sports Camp is avail-

able in three sessions including week 1 from June 6 to 10; week 2 from June 13 to 17; and week 3 from June 20 to 24. The All- Sports Camp runs from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. and has a before and after- care option. Lunch is also pro-

vided. “If parents are looking to drop their kids off all day long, we can handle that for those three weeks, we can also pair morning and afternoon camps for the all day experience any other week.” Martin said. For the first time, MBA will

be offering 1st Camp, a modified version of All Sports Camp for rising Pre-K and Kindergarten age boys. This camp will take place May 31-June 3 from 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 noon. Spots are lim- ited for 1st Camp, and the camp has been filling quickly. MBA also offers a Lacrosse Spring Clinic from April to May, a Spring Baseball Hitting Camp on March 12, and a basketball shooting camp on March 12. Other specialty sports camp options include football, base- ball, tennis, golf, basketball, dodgeball, soccer, rifle, wrestling, lacrosse, rowing, and speed camp hosted by former Tennessee Titan Chris Sanders. For the nature enthusiasts,

MBA summer programs include a Fishing Camp, which teaches the basics of casting, knot-tying and area fly patterns. MBA offers various coed aca- demic prep camps in courses

such as Algebra, reading com- prehension, writing skills, study skills and many more. PSAT/SAT Verbal and

Writing Prep and PSAT/SAT Math Prep camps join offerings that enhance study skills and help students prepare for high school or college. MBA also offers driver’s education classes hosted on campus through the Brentwood Driver Training.

Campers can once again join the popular Mr. Bond this year for the different science camps including CSI Nashville or Space Camp. Other enrichment camps include MBA LEAD, music, Kids Create, and the Summer Science Experience. In addition, MBA will offer six weeks of LEGOS, Minecraft, Robotics, and Battle Bots camps partnering with Camp Brick.

These camps sell out quickly. Finally, the popular summer

lacrosse league and 7 on 7 soccer league return for another fun year. For more information visit Or contact Mike Martin at or 615-369-5368.



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