Welcome to Step It Up Basketball!

Step It Up is a sleepaway summer basketball camp for boys specializing in encouraging core basketball skills, mental strength, persistence, and determination among boys in middle and high school.

Step It Up has become the destination for the Modern Orthodox Jewish basketball player.

Step It Up campers come from over 40 different Jewish Day Schools from across the country, and several have inquired about our camp from your school.   

Our program is designed to enhance basketball skills, encourage teamwork and sportsmanship, and inspire confidence in every aspect of our players’ lives.  We provide a fully Glatt Kosher kitchen, 3 minyanims daily and an on site synagogue.

Summer 2014 Dates:           

June 23 –August 7

Colby-Sawyer College in New London, New Hampshire. June 26-July 23

Niagara University in Niagara University, New York.  July 23-August 7

3,4,5, and 6-week sessions available

Summer 2013 we had boys arriving from over 18 states and 10 countries.

Step It Up campers are challenged to define their goals, while continuously being encouraged and supported throughout the program. We groom aspiring basketball players into serious athletes using a holistic approach to skills both on and off the court, and we understand that an athlete’s success is attributed to more than just their performance on the court. At Step It Up, we strive to continuously encourage mental strength, persistence, and determination among all of our athletes throughout every facet of our program.

To learn more about Summer 2014, view our Camp Video.

Interested campers and their parents, should visit: www.timetostepitup.com or email: info@timetistepitup.com

“Our camp is designed to enhance basketball skills, encourage teamwork and sportsmanship, and inspire confidence in every aspect of our players’ lives with a major focus on specific skill development.”
~Yogev Berdugo, Camp Founder, Director

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