Ashburn Summer Camp Problem #1– Too Many Kids 

In Summer Camp by Don Alley

#2– Not Enough Staff

#3– Kids are Bored

#4– Making Friends Quickly

#5– No Variety in Activities 

Ashburn Summer Camp Problem #1

If you have kids in Ashburn, and you’re looking for summer camp options, you obviously have plenty of choices. 

One of the reasons so many families are excited about Super Kicks Karate’s summer camps is that we control the number of students in our camp!

We want our campers to have a great experience. In years past, it was normal for us to have 60, 70, even 80 students in our camps. 

But not this year. 

This year, our summer camp cutoff is 39 students per week! This is great news, because it gives our kids plenty of other kids to make friends with, but won’t overwhelm them with SOOO many campers. 

An added benefit is that our ratio of staff to students will stay low, and our team will have even more energy to give your kids. 


Ready to get started in our summer camp? Get the best deal by enrolling before March 15th. That’s the next price break, so choose your weeks now, and take care of your summer camp needs!

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.