Friday, June 23–Sunday, June 25 (OPEN)

Designed for rising junior and senior boys who want to play at the collegiate level, this three-day intensive college preparatory session features detailed evaluations sent to more than 350 colleges and universities. Plus: Parent meetings to discuss the academic recruiting and admissions processes. It all happens in a state-of-the-art collegiate facility.

By The Numbers

  • 3 games per day
  • 3 college-level skills sessions per day
  • 3-on-3 games with emphasis on spacing
  • College coaches on staff and in attendance to work with and evaluate campers
  • 24/7 on-site care by athletic trainers
  • 6 a.m. and 9 p.m. daily workouts (optional)

Schedule

Friday, June 23–Sunday, June 25 (OPEN)

Food and Lodging

  • Three catered meals per day
  • Numerous dining options including, Chick-Fil-A, Moe’s Southwest Grill, Starbucks, and The Grill
  • Air-conditioned cluster dorm rooms with mini fridges
  • Semi-private baths
  • Free, reversible adidas jersey and shorts for every camper
  • Transportation to and from camp 

Tuition

$445* Resident Camper (*$270 deposit due at registration; non-refundable after March 1, 2017)

DISCOUNTS

Early registration discounts:

  • $75 for applications received by December 25, 2016
  • $25 for applications received from December 26, 2016 through March 1, 2017
  • $15 for applications received from March 1 through April 1, 2017

Multiple session discounts: $20 (Attend additional weeks and receive a $20 discount for each additional week.)

Family discount: $20 (Receive a $20 discount for each child enrolled.)

Special group discounts: All applications in a group must have the same group name written on the application. Group names must match exactly (case and spelling sensitive). Groups can only be established with new campers, not registered campers.

 

Total in group Discount per camper
5 – 9$20.00
10 – 19$25.00
20 or more$30.00

Bridge Day

Interested in a two-week session? CWBC is now offering a Bridge Night — a fun night for campers to enjoy new friends before hitting the court again. Bridge Night includes housing, meals, and entertainment for one additional night and is available for $65.

Travel and Transportation

CWBC offers campers convenient pickup and drop-off points at central locations. $50 non-refundable transportation fee each way not included in tuition.

Transportation stops Pick-up Return
Dulles Airport/Baggage Claim #48:00 a.m.7:00 p.m.
Annapolis Mall/Jared Galleria8:00 a.m.7:00 p.m.

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Individual, expert-level attention every single day

Individual and group discounts available

I wanted to take a minute to tell you how much we appreciated all that Coach Kris did for our son, Justin, last week at camp. This was Justin’s 2nd year at camp and we didn’t think it would be possible to top his experience from last years, but you did! Justin loved his coach and learned a ton! The evaluation that Kris wrote for Justin was thorough, detailed, and extremely positive. It was clear from his comments that he put a lot of thought into Justin’s skills and needs for growth. Justin can’t wait to come back again next summer!

As a young player growing up, the Wootten Camp was the #1 place to go learn the fundamentals of the game. The camp was my foundation for as a player, college coach and now NBA executive. My son approached me about attending basketball camp and the first thing that came to mind was the Wootten camp! He has grown tremendously as a young player over the last three years and that’s a direct result of the fundamental base he’s received from attending the Wootten Camp. If you’re looking for great teaching and great competition, look no further, the Wootten camp is the place to be!

My son Samson just go back from camp a few hours ago and has been raving about the basketball camp since he stepped off the bus. He loved playing basketball games, doing the drills, fundamentals, ect. He also cannot stop talking about his coach, who he respected so much. he said he was an incredible player, and also shared tips about health, nutrition, the importance of being early, etc.