We normally hold our camps at Palo Alto High School, but due to construction of Palo Alto High School’s gymnasiums, all 2015 DBS Camps will be held at Gunn High School, 780 Arastradero Road in Palo Alto.
Due to construction of the new Palo Alto High School gyms, 2015 DBS Camps will be held at Gunn High School, 780 Arastradero Road in Palo Alto.
2nd-5th grade camps are $225 per week. 6th-9th grade camps are $395 per week.
We have participants of all skill levels. The most important criterion is an affinity for basketball.
The coaching staff is made up of former high school and college basketball players who have played for Coach Diepenbrock and worked the camp for many years as well as coaches who coach youth teams in the community.
Every year we have boys that come to our camp that don’t know anybody. Because we keep our camp size small and because of our experienced coaching staff (7-to-1 coach-to-player ratio), it makes for a very comfortable and inclusive environment. Your son will know everybody in camp by the end of the week.
Yes. Our doors open at 8:30 a.m. for open-play or extra instruction.
No. All campers receive a mid-morning snack. All-day campers receive a delicious lunch.
Just athletic shoes.
Yes, but it’s not necessary.
Sometimes. The boys are grouped by skill level so it’s possible that we will be able to accommodate friends though we do encourage the boys to interact and meet new people. Because of the small size of camp, they will have plenty of opportunity to see their friends.
Yes. We have this situation quite frequently. We remove all peanut products from our snacks and food items. Just be sure to notify us on the first day of camp or before.
There will be a portion of some camps that may be held on the outside courts for a small part of the day. We will have sunscreen available.
We play games the final hour of each session: Half-day campers – 11:00 a.m. to 12:00 noon. All-day campers – 2:00 to 3:00 p.m.