Stanford Archery Camp
Run entirely by the students of the Stanford Archery Team, Archery Summer Camp is the best archery day camp in Palo Alto!
We welcome both beginners and experienced archers. At the start of the camp, students are divided into two groups, Novice and Experienced, based on their archery experience and competitive goals. The Novice group is intended for kids who are new to the sport and looking for a positive first experience with archery. The Experienced group is designed as a competition training camp that focuses not only on shooting form but also other critical parts of archery like mental resilience and being comfortable with shooting for score. Archers currently and regularly involved in Stanford Archery's JOAD or Private Lessons programs should sign up for the Experienced camp.
During the camp, students will learn and improve on their archery skills. Students will also receive instruction on other archery essentials such as self-analysis, troubleshooting, how to score, and tournament etiquette. Additional activities will include traditional summer camp activities to cool down while not shooting as well as a day of fun shoots (balloons, stuffed animals, competing in teams, etc). Because of the excellent student-to-counselor ratio, the specific camp activities can be tailored to the attending archers.
Three consecutive sessions, each five days long (Mon-Fri) from 9am-3pm.
Session 1: Monday, June 17, 2019, to Friday, June 21, 2019
Session 2: Monday, June 24, 2019, to Friday, June 28, 2019
Session 3: Monday, July 1, 2019, to Friday, July 5, 2019