Foundation Camp, a two-week summer camp for boys ages 10 through 14, is currently making plans for its ninth year. Locally managed and supported, the Foundation Camp was created through a partnership between 100 Black Men of Rome-Northwest and Georgia Highlands College. The camp was developed for boys and young men in our area who are considered "at risk." That is, many of these young men are at risk of dropping out of school, due to any of a variety of reasons. The Foundation Camp works very hard to reduce those risks. The camp takes place on the Georgia Highlands College campus (Floyd Campus) and includes academics, athletics, and a variety of activities which emphasize self-respect, confidence, motivation, and teamwork. Academic subjects includes physics, biology, writing, math, robotics, finance, sign language, and government. The athletic activities include basketball, tennis, soccer, softball, flag football, canoeing and kayaking.
Displayed below is the photo archive for Foundation Camp. All recent photos are located at the 100 BMOR facebook page. Click Here