BEST OF BOTH
- Organized School for zoom classes
- Productive and
-Proctors available. for help
- Homework time provided
- Quality academic focus and efficiency
- INDOOR/OUTDOOR TURF FIELDS
-Full Day Memberships, weekly or 4 week option
- SNACK BAR AND ENERGY DRINKS AVAILABLE
-GETS THE KIDS OUT OF THE HOUSE TO GET SCHOOL WORK DONE, PLAY SPORTS, and HAVE FUN.
- SPORTS AND ACTIVITIES DURING BREAK TIME
- SOLUTION TO KEEP KIDS ACTIVE
- SOCIAL INTERACTIONS WITH KIDS
- STRESS RELIEVER
- ACTIVITY DIRECTORS WILL SUPERVISE
Address: 538 Swedeland Rd, King of Prussia PA, 19406
About the Head Camp Director
My name is Ryan Orlov. I live in Lower Merion, PA and attend Harriton High School.
My favorite activities are fishing, surfing, throwing around a football, and so much more. I am a huge Eagles, 76ers, Flyers, and Phillies fan.
I have had many unique experiences for school and sports. I have studied abroad in Austrailia/Bali and Israel. For baseball, I had the opportunity to play in Cuba and the Dominican Republic, as well as playing in MLB stadiums, played for USA Baseball's Team Freedom for 3 years in a row, and played varsity sophomore year. As a catcher, I am known for my leadership skills on and off the field. I believe in leading through example.
Academics are a high priority for me. I would like to study international business, entrepreneurship, and digital marketing. As of June 2019 have a 4.54 out of 5.0 GPA. While studying abroad my sophomore year, my G.P.A was 4.72.
In Lower Merion, I volunteer for the Challenger Baseball/ Basketball Program, which helps physically and mentally disabled kids play baseball/basketball, and specifically got to know one buddy Rocco. I am also the personal relations officer for a business program called DECA at my school.
In 2012 when I was only 10 years old, I started my own technology company . As CEO of Tech Know Pro, Inc., I have achieved success in growing my company and offering a great product. Last summer, I was a waiter at Camp Nock-a-Mixon, and served around 600 campers. This winter, I worked at Steelyard Sports, where I helped set up for sports teams and other activities. During the summer, I ran Schmoopy's Beach Party, which was an active child watching service on the beach.
Excellent references available upon request.
Frequently asked questions
How will my kid stay focused on school, and not on sports?
While sports are tempting, academics are the first priority, and sports are the incentive to do well.
Will my kid be forced to wear masks?
Although masks will be provided, they are optional during activities and school.
Will there be drinks and snacks?
Water fountains are available, as well as a concession stand for energy drinks and snacks.