summer camp fears

5 Fears Parents Have About Summer Camp

In After School, Day Camp, Summer Camp by Don Alley

What are YOU afraid of about summer camp?

We polled dozens of parents recently, and there were 5 main fears that parents share when choosing a summer camp for their kids.

Safety. Will my kid get hurt? Safety is our top priority at Super Kicks. No one has fun when they get hurt, and we want all our campers to have a great experience this year! 

First time. What Questions Do I NOT Know to Ask? If this is your first time joining us for camp, you will be pleasantly surprised at the level of communication we provide, making sure you know what is going on, when, where, why, etc. When you have peace of mind, life is easier 🤗

Making friends. Will my daughter make friends? Will my child be alone? When students enroll in our camp, we group them according to their ages, and immediately engage them in games that will help them make friends, meet new people, and start having fun so they build connections and relationships!

Price. Can I Afford Summer Camp? Tuition for summer camp in Ashburn doesn’t have to be expensive. Our prices are reasonable and competitive, and the sooner you enroll in our camp, the cheaper the rate! 

Overcrowding. Will My Child Be in a Sea of Other Kids? This year for Summer Camp 2020, we have decided to only have 39 campers per week. The main reason is to ensure that students enjoy their time, and have more attention from our staff. 

If you think that Super Kicks summer camp sounds like the place for you, register quickly because space is filling, and you get the best deal the sooner you buy. 

Here’s to a great summer!

Don Alley
Don Alley is the owner and chief instructor at Super Kicks Karate in Ashburn and Leesburg, and has been training in the martial arts for 28 years. He is currently a 6th degree black belt, and has dedicated the entirety of his adult life to teaching children and families martial arts. He is also the owner of Center Stage Preschool, a Montessori-based, performing arts preschool; and co-founder of Testudo Addiction Recovery, a non-profit organization serving families in the Northern Virginia area.