The Headfirst Companies also offer award-winning day camps for children ages 3–13 in Washington DC, Oakton, VA and Bethesda, Maryland. Every Headfirst Summer Camps team member is driven by one unwavering commitment: Inspire the personal best in each of our campers and athletes.
We believe all kids and teens come to us with unique gifts and high potential. As teachers, coaches and counselors, we engage them wherever they are on their developmental journey, inspire them to flourish, and enable them to make gains that last.
What sets us apart is the strong foundation underpinning all Headfirst Summer Camps experiences. From pre-school to high school, each activity links to the Headfirst Super Six — building blocks that help promote lasting happiness and success: optimism, self-efficacy, resiliency, grit & determination, hope & goal-setting and emotional mastery.
At the Headfirst Companies, campers and athletes not only have a great time, they learn how to realize their potential. They play with purpose to get the most from every day, and their experiences here continue to resonate long afterward.
The Headfirst Companies are proud to have been recognized by Sports Illustrated For Kids Magazine (voted “Best Summer Camp Program In Washington, DC”), the Positive Coaching Alliance (“National Award-Winning Organization”), The Washington, DC Home Plate Club (“Youth Organization of the Year”) and The Washington City Paper’s 2015 Best Summer Camp Award.
The Headfirst Companies are also the official provider of the Atlanta Braves Camps, Boston Red Sox Baseball Camps, Chicago Cubs Baseball Summer Camps, New York Yankees Baseball Summer Camps, and Washington Nationals Baseball Summer Camps in the Atlanta, Boston, Chicago, New York and DC Metropolitan areas. Campers ages 5-13 enjoy a “Major League Experience” with first-rate coaching and VIP tours of their team’s stadium. Call us at 202-625-1921 for more information.
Comparing Headfirst Honor Roll Camp to other events aimed at helping high school ballplayers pursue college athletics is like comparing life in the Major Leagues to a season spent in A-ball. There is Headfirst. And then there is everything else. Mike Barnicle, Journalist & Father of Headfirst Honor Roll Camperview more testimonials