- Since 1951, when the Union for Reform Judaism (URJ) opened its first camp in Oconomowoc, Wisconsin, Reform Jewish camping has been an integral part of the Reform Jewish experience in North America. Without a URJ sports camp, young athletes had to make the tough decision to forgo the fun of a URJ Camp experience to receive intensive sports training at a non-URJ camp. At 6 Points Sports, athletes will experience of URJ camping and learn the skills in their chosen sports, all while living Jewishly. Located in beautiful Greensboro, NC, 6 Points Sports Academy is housed on the 100 acre, state-of-the-art athletic and camp facilities of the American Hebrew Academy. At 6 Points, young Jewish athletes from all over North America participate in a unique camping experience that offers top-level sports training and all the beloved traditions of Reform Jewish camping. Within this community, campers form friendships for life and achieve a higher quality of life as young Jewish athletes. 6 Points campers are athletes, entering 4th - 11th grade, who are looking to improve their game, meet new friends and explore their own Jewish identity. During two weeks sessions, campers participate in intensive training in one chosen sport and select two electives for cross conditioning. For a well-rounded camp experience, campers also participate in traditional camp activities, while living among other athletes, learning sports and life skills from professional coaches and Jewish counselors. A summer at 6 Points is a sports-filled, Jewish values-infused camp experience unlike any other. Currently, there are 13 URJ camps throughout North America that serve more than 8000 campers each summer.