Camp Locations By Week (all camp days 9am-3:45)
MVP Basketball Camp will be in both Rye and Bedford for our first camp week, June 26 - 30, with the Boys 9-10, Co-ed 6-8, and Girls 9-13 at Rye Resurrection Grammar and Middle School, and the Boys 11 and up divisions at Fox Lane High School.
A free bus will leave Rye at 8:25 to bring older boys up to Fox lane, and then it will leave Fox Lane at 8:50 to bring younger boys and girls to Rye. The return trips will leave Rye at 3:45 and then leave Fox Lane at 4:10 to be back in Rye around 4:35
The following holiday week MVP will run its "3-Day Skills Academy" from July 5 - 7 at Rye Resurrection only. This is for more advanced 11-16 year old boys and girls and enrollment will be limited this year to 100.
After the holiday week, MVP will run four separate one-week sessions at Highlands Middle School in White Plains from July 10 - August 4. This will be open to our Co-ed 6-8, Boys 9-10, Boys 11-12, and Boys 13-16 divisions.
There will not be girls-only age groups these four weeks but strong female players who wish to test their skills against the boys may enroll. Each Monday we will evaluate the skill level of all girls 9 and up and make sure they are placed in the appropriate boys division. We tried this our final week last year with six strong female players ages 12 - 13 competing with boys 11 and 12. The results were fantastic for everyone.
Camps Addresses (please do not mail anything to these addresses)
Resurrection Grammar and Middle School
946 Boston Post Rd.
Fox Lane High School
Mount Kisco, NY 10549
(on the Bedford border just minutes off 684 at exit 4
Highlands Middle School
128 Grandview Ave.
White Plains, NY 10605
Address for mailing applications January through July:
MVP Basketball Camp
P.O. Box 655
Croton Falls, NY 10519
The remodeling is done and it looks great! Although renovations at the Highlands Middle School in White Plains impacted MVP Basketball Camp for the past two summers, we now benefit from a facility with updated gyms and bathrooms that will make MVP's home for almost a quarter century a better venue than ever.
This beautiful old building first started hosting MVP Basketball Camp the year that Pat Riley's Knicks lost to Houston in the NBA Championships. Since then MVP's fortunes have grown, although the same can not be said of the Knicks. The number of outdoor courts at Highlands is unmatched by any other facility in the area and allows MVP to run a uniquely large and vibrant camp. Air conditioning was added to the auditorium in the last five years giving campers a place to cool down and watch video. A misting tent is another recent addition. And now the indoor gyms feature brand new glass backboards.
In 2017, MVP will run only four age groups instead of five or six like we did in the past, ensuring that all campers will be able to spend part of their day inside. The age groups will rotate between indoor and outdoor courts on a regular basis, but parents should still be sure to apply sunscreen prior to drop off. With the Highlands facility back and better than ever, MVP expects to have a full camp this summer and early enrollment may be necessary to ensure availability.