Future Stars Summer Camps

Future Stars Summer Camps  
SUNY College at Old Westbury 223 Store Hill Road
Old Westbury, NY 11568
Phone: 516-876-3490

Future Stars Summer Camps offer the finest weekly Sports, STEAM & Specialty day camps at three convenient locations, The College at Old Westbury, Farmingdale State College, and NEW for 2017 St. Joseph’s College in Patchogue.
 
Summer 2017 camps run from June 26 – August 18. Programs are directed by experienced and qualified teachers and coaches who share a passion for working with children. Weekly programs are offered for Boys & Girls entering Grades K-9. At Future Stars Summer Camps we play with confidence, enthusiasm, and a genuine love of the game! Stop by our regular on-campus open house events to view the facilities, meet the directors, and take advantage of enrollment savings!
 
SPORTS Programs include: Baseball, Basketball, Golf, Football, Lacrosse, Multi-Sports, Soccer, Softball, Swim, Tennis & Volleyball.
 
STEAM Program include: 3D Print & Design, 3D Building with Minecraft, FS Engineering, LEGO Robotics, LEGO Stop-Motion Animation & Video Game Design.
 
SPECIALTY Programs include: Adventure, Cheerleading, Circus Arts, Dance, Drama, Horseback Riding, Magic & Multimedia.
 
RISING STARS Program for younger campers K-2.
 
Programs take place on campus utilizing collegiate athletics and recreation facilities.
 
Call 516-876-3490 or 631-609-0438 for more information. Visit fscamps.com for details.
 

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SUNY College at Old Westbury 223 Store Hill Road
Old Westbury, NY 11568

Phone: 516-876-3490
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John

John

Mar 18th, 2015 04:03 PM

My son Nick loves future stars. The staff and programs they have in place keeps Nicks interest. Whether it's baseball, tennis, swimming, magic or multi sports. There is something for everyone.

lisa

lisa

Mar 03rd, 2015 12:34 PM

This is the first camp my kids actually LOVED! They love that it is not a typical camp. They get to focus on the activities they love.There are so many great programs to choose from. There is something for everyone! Also, the staff is so accommodating and caring. My kids are excited to go back!

Roger M.

Roger M.

Dec 07th, 2013 04:28 PM

Best summer camp on Long Island. Our son has been to three different camps over the past three years, and neither he nor we were satisfied with the previous two. Here it has been a completely different experience for him. They have activities which interest him, and not just the typical summer school stuff. He says the staff members are very supportive and help him to learn. They take a genuine interest in his progress. It's not just an over-glorified daycare facility. It's a place where my son can learn and grow while he waits for school to start back up.

Callie

Callie

Jul 25th, 2013 02:32 PM

This is one of those summer camps that pretty much does it all-sports, drama, art, even some oddities like magic and circus. Both our kids attend; one of them is six, the other is sixteen. Our six year old is into sports, so he's been doing tennis. Our sixteen year old is interested in dance and performance art, and she's done dance, drama and circus arts. When she was younger, she did the field hockey camp and the diving camp. There are so many different activities your child can do something new every year, though expect some repeats too, because these activities are just so fun! Our elder daughter did lacrosse two years in a row-and ended up joining her high school's lacrosse team. It's a fun, safe way for your kids to stay active during the summer months!

Alexa McLeish

Alexa McLeish

Mar 05th, 2012 11:53 AM

My kids loves the summer at Future Stars and I like the flexible schedule so they can do different sports for each week.

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