What is the difference in the two dorms?
First of all, the campers are placed in the dorms by
age, so every camper is near fellow campers in his age range.
The men's dorm has two bedroom suites with a bathroom in between
and accommodates up to three campers per room (six per suite).
This dorm usually houses the younger campers. The women's dorm
has three bedrooms per suite with two common bathrooms and
accommodates two campers per room (six total per suite). This
dorm usually houses the older campers.
How much money does my son need to
bring and what can he spend it on?
Most parents on average give their son $40-50 for late night
snacks and incidentals. The school's student union is open to
campers and features pool tables and ping pong as well as a
snack bar that is very popular, particularly after night games,
with the campers.
How can I talk to my son at camp?
The campus has no pay phones, but campers are allowed to bring
their own cell phones to use to call home. Campers can also
receive mail. The camp address is Dixie Basketball Camp c/o
Southwest Mississippi Community College, Summit, MS 39666.
What can my son bring to put in his
Campers are allowed to bring televisions, stereos, video game
systems, refrigerators, snacks, etc., if they would like. Each
room has cable access and free wireless internet.
How are campers divided into their
respective leagues for 3-on-3 and 5-on-5 competition?
The camp has four leagues. The ACC is made up of 5th and 6th
graders. The SEC is made up 7th and 8th graders. The ABA is made
up of 8th and 9th graders while the NBA is made up of players
from grades 10-12. The initial determination of which league a
camper is placed in is based on his grade and size. After
observing the campers play on Sunday and Monday, league changes
can be made. If a camper feels he is not in the right league, he
may ask Coach Dean to be moved and his request will be