Day Camp: Frequently Asked Questions

Camp Dates

Monday, June 19 - Friday, June 23, 2023
Williams Field High School in Gilbert
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Session One: Wednesday, June 14 - Sunday, June 18, 2023
Session Two: Sunday, June 25 - Thursday, June 29, 2023
Thunderbird High School in Phoenix, AZ
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Where is Thunderbird High located?

19th Ave. & Thunderbird
1750 W. Thunderbird Rd.
Phoenix, AZ 85023-6307
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Where is Williams Field High School located?

Higley Rd. between Ray Rd. and Williams Field Rd.
2076 S. Higley Rd.
Gilbert, AZ 85295
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How much does it cost?

(Visa, MC, AMEX) Please make checks payable to to BMFC, Inc..

What is the cancellation policy?

Personal checks will NOT be accepted after June 1. There will be an administration fee for any cancellation prior to June 1st. After June 1st, there will be NO REFUNDS!

How do they separate the kids?

The kids are broken down by age and skill level.

What are the age limits?

Boys and girls between the ages of 6-17.

Is there a difference between Thunderbird/Greenway/Washington High or Williams/Higley Field High?

No. For the Southeast Valley camp, everything begins at Williams Field High School in the morning and ends there each day. For the Northwest Valley, everything begins at Thunderbird High School and ends there each day. You will always drop off and pick up your camper at those locations respectively. We use other nearby high school gyms for additional court space so that the kids have enough space for drills and games. The youngest 2 age groups will stay at the main location while older age groups will be bussed with certified high school district busses and drivers to other schools and back throughout the camp.

What is the schedule at the camp?

Day 1
11:00 a.m to 1 p.m. Check in
1:00 p.m. Camp begins
5:00 p.m. Camp ends

Day 2-4
9:00 a.m Camp begins
12:00 p.m. Lunch provided
4:30 p.m. Camp ends

Day 5
9:00 a.m Camp begins
12:00 p.m. Award Ceremony
12:45 p.m. Camp ends

What kind of activities does the camp entail?

There are several games played each day in addition to station work, drills, both offensive and defensive, films, and guest speakers. The kids spend the majority of their time playing basketball.

How many campers attend the camp?

Space is limited. There are approximately 250 campers at the camp.

Who does the actual coaching?

Former ASU head coach Bill Frieder directs the coaching of the camp. The coaching staff is made up of former basketball players at high school, collegiate or professional level.

What type of food is served?

The day campers are provided with three meals (Day 2, Day 3 and Day 4). The meals are box lunches with ham and turkey sandwiches along with chips, fruit, and a drink.

How much actual time do the campers spend with people from the Suns?

There will be someone from the Suns organization in attendance at the camp for approximately two hours per day. The goal of the camp, however, is to better the camper's skills, not simply to get an autograph from Suns players.

What is the TAX ID # for the camp?


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