In our 18 years serving the baseball community, we've come to realize how important it is to offer a variety of programs. Whether you're a beginner, recreational player or travel baseball star, we have a quality program designed to meet your needs!
THBA Skills Camps are designed to meet the needs of players ages 5-14 who love baseball and want to develop skill. An award winning, FUNdamental program that has been the pillar of our business since 2000. Over 10,000 players have taken part in a THBA Skills Camp! Week long camps are offered throughout the summer and during school holidays. Hours are 9am-3pm and include lunch, a round of mini-golf and a snow cone party!
2019 Dates: March 18-22, June 3-7, June 10-14, June 17-21, June 24-28, July 1-3, July 15-19, July 22-26, July 29-Aug 2, Aug 5-9, Nov 25-27, Dec 30-Jan 3
If you're a level-headed family looking for quality instruction in a positive setting, the THBA is a perfect fit! Our approach to one on one instruction is unique as we want to preserve the enjoyment of playing and learning the game while still developing skills. We achieve this by loading each session with drills and repetitions and most importantly- encouragement!
Contact Brian Justine at 561-339-1304 to schedule.
One of our favorite programs, THBA Rookie Camps are designed for the most precious members of the baseball community ages 4-7. We keep the ratios small and pour love and energy into every child who attends! We cover all the basics and treasure the opportunity to take part in their discovery of America's past time!
2019 Dates: Dec 23-24
Our pitching specialty camps are open to talented players ages 6-12 who are looking to take the next step in their development. Each camp features three days of instruction, drills and game simulation. We require attendees to already have mastery of basic catching throwing. Topics covered include: balanced delivery, command, changing speeds, holding runners, and more!
2019 Dates: July 8-9
THBA Hitting Camps are geared toward skilled players ages 6-12 who are looking to make a breakthrough. Hitting Camps offer three days of advanced instruction with tons of swings! Topics covered include: stance & setup, load & timing, swing path, weight transfer, hitting to all fields and more! We emphasize seeing the ball, staying aggressive, staying back and staying inside the baseball.
2019 Dates: July 8-9
Perhaps the most frequently asked question we receive. If your child is age 5-14, is well behaved, enjoys being active, likes learning, excels in a structured learning environment, and wants to spend a portion of his/her summer vacation developing character traits and baseball FUNdamentals, the answer is YES! We have had excellent results with talented travel ball players as well as complete beginners! We have a grouping to meet everyone's needs that ensures safety and maximizes learning & productivity for all!
The key to our ongoing success has always been the people leading the program. THBA Director Brian Justine, MS ED, and his staff clear the PBSO's background screening in advance of annual THBA summer camps. In addition, Justine is certified in First Aid/CPR by the American Red Cross. The majority of the THBA staff are individuals are well known local players and coaches who are former THBA students themselves. Therefore, Justine has been able to vet his staff and narrow the pool of candidates to individuals who best align with the THBA mission of building relationships through baseball. New for 2019, all THBA instructors will be certified in First Aid and CPR.
Every participant is required to bring their own glove and hat. Picky eaters should also pack their lunch each day. It is recommended that each participant brings $3-5 per day for a refreshment/snack at the concession stand. Sunscreen and a water bottles are strongly recommended. Baseball pants and cleats are optional and many of our students do dress in this attire. Shorts, lightweight t-shirt and athletic shoes are recommended.
A popular and important question. Since 2000, we've run hundreds of summer baseball camps here in sunny south Florida. Through those experiences, we've learned simple best practices to keep our students refreshed and safe in the summer warmth. We start by meeting in the shade each morning and stressing the importance of staying hydrated. Next, we take a 10 minute water and shade break every hour from 9am-11:30am. Then, at 11:30, we take a 30 minute AC break inside the suites at Roger Dean where we recap the lessons learned from the morning. From 12-12:45, we eat lunch and rehydrate in the Cassidy Cool Zone. Following our cool down period and lunch, we resume the afternoon program from 1-3, again, taking water and shade breaks every hour. Our balanced and sensible approach has helped us keep thousands of young players fresh and energized playing the game they love on beautiful, sunny summer days in south Florida!
Camp continues rain or shine! We have a series of exciting indoor activities planned for those rainy south Florida summer days we occasionally encounter. Activities include: indoor training drills, classroom style learning sessions, baseball trivia, baseball card art contest, baseball pen pal project, and more! Our first priority is the safety of our students so we will not stay on the field if the weather is threatening.
A lot! In addition to 5 days of award winning instruction at the area's top facility, THBA attendees receive: a round of mini-golf at Golden Cub, snow cone party at Bahama Bucks, membership to the Fins and Feathers Kids Club at Roger Dean, athletic performance training session with SAS Jupiter, lunch daily, Friday pizza party from Baldino's, opportunity to play on the main field at Roger Dean all day Friday, weekly skill assessment, ticket to Friday night Hammerheads/Cardinals game, autograph and photo with Marlins/Cardinals player and more!
We realize not everyone is able to afford to send their child to programs like ours. Since 2001, we have quietly worked behind the scenes with local families in need to grant their child an opportunity to attend a week of camp. If you or someone you know is in need of financial assistance, please complete the short form below to start the application process. Applicants will be asked to provide two years of personal income tax returns, their child's most recent report card and behavior report, full disclosure of any medical/learning needs, and a short essay expressing their need for assistance. Aid is available on a first come, first serve basis and is completely at the discretion of the THBA administration and BOD.
After you've completed the online form above, you will need to send us supporting documents. To complete your application, please email Brian Justine, email@example.com a copy of the previous two years income tax returns, your child's most recent report card, and any documentation regarding medical/learning needs. Incomplete applications cannot be reviewed. Documents will only be accepted via email.
Roger Dean Stadium, 4751 Main St, Jupiter, Florida 33458, United States