In Summary: Camp Thunderbolt
Learning in the Fast Lane
Camp Thunderbolt was Ace Peak’s second public workshop of the competitive season. We brought in 27 students from the Seattle area, some of which would commute roughly 2 hours each morning and take a ferry in the icy cold just to get to camp at 9am. Talk about dedication!
Our Seattle students are a great illustration of what Ace Peak can do in the long-term. Many of our camps we see new students, but in Washington, most of the students that showed up had been getting coaching from us for months.
The result? Brand new content, a heavy emphasis on drills, and a whole lot of growth. We were able to brush up on the basics within a few hours, and then dive immediately into never-before-seen lectures. It was fantastic to see them learn.
Universally Positive Feedback
We want students to leave camp with more than just skill, but also a passion for self-improvement. To that end, Drew and I lead by example, and ask students to offer us any criticism so that we can make camp even better in subsequent visits.
This time, 27 students filled out feedback forms. All 27 of them gave us five stars.
Seattle, we’ll be back in the spring. Until then, enjoy tournament season: Drew and I are cheering you on.