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Middle Tennessee State University - Soccer
Middle Tennessee State University - Soccer

Frequently Asked Questions

 

What is required in regards to physicals and camp insurance?

No camper will be allowed to participate without completing the on-line medical waiver when you register OR completing a Health Form on the first day of camp. Your personal insurance will be used as the primary coverage.

What type of supervision do you provide?

The camp staff supervises all activities for the duration of camp.

What type of campers typically attends camp?

The level of our campers varies from beginners to advanced campers. Contact the office at 615-898-5316 or visit www.RhodenSoccerAcademy.com to determine the best placement for your child.

Are meals provided at camp?

Meals are only provided at our overnight camps.

What should each camper wear to camp?

Please arrive at camp each day with proper soccer attire including shirts, shorts, socks, shin-guards, soccer cleats, indoor or running shoes, and a soccer ball if you did not purchase an official camp ball.

What is your camper to coach ratio?

We strive to meet a ratio of 8:1 in our day camps but this can fluctuate with each camp based on age and enrollment.

How many campers are in each camp? Do they fill up? Is there a waiting list?

While the exact number is not available right up until camp, campers range from 40-60 per day camp. Some camps do have a capacity limit and camps that have reached capacity and are closed will be posted on our website immediately. We keep waiting lists for camps at capacity.

Are parents allowed to watch camp activities?

Parents are more than welcome to attend camp and watch their child participate.

What must I do if my child is leaving a day early from camp?

Send a written note with your child to registration regarding their early departure. Please indicate the time they need to be picked up, names of who will be picking them up, and when/if they will be returning to camp.

Can my child still attend camp if he or she has a medical condition?

As long as your physician has examined your child and feels it is appropriate, your child may attend camp. Please have your doctor provide a written note clearing them for physical activity. However, Rhoden Soccer Academy reserves the right to refuse campers with pre-existing medical conditions if we feel their health is at risk.

Is there an Athletic Trainer on staff?

Yes, a full-time trainer will be on staff at all times at each site. Please provide written instructions to our trainer of any medical condition your child may have while at camp.