JUNIOR ELITE CAMP
The CCCSA Junior Elite Camp will be held from June 21-25, featuring 30+ hours of high-level instruction with 3 nationally renowned trainers.
June 21-25, 2021
Students who wish to couple the camp with a tournament may choose to play the
5th Annual Carolinas Classic from June 18-20.
Minimum 1500 USCF rating required to enroll. Top group is expected to be 1900+. Students rated under 1500 may request an exception to enroll by emailing us.
All groups will spend 90 minutes each day with each of the three instructors plus a training games with analysis for a total of 6+ hours of serious training each day.
10700 Kettering Drive, Unit E
Charlotte, NC 28226
Hilton Garden Inn - Pineville
425 Towne Centre Blvd.
Pineville, NC 28134
Register Using the Form Below
GM MAGESH PANCHANATHAN
Peak USCF rating 2652, peak FIDE rating 2586
Winner of the World Open, New Jersey Open, Philadelphia Open, Hastings Congress
Competed for the national collegiate championship team at the University of Texas at Dallas
Coach of the Indian Junior National team at the World Junior Championship
Coach of Abhimanyu Mishra, the youngest International Master in the world
Students should pack lunch daily.
The CCCSA will not provide lunch to students. All students will have an assigned table for the week. Students will eat lunch at their assigned table.
$550.00 Until June 1
$650.00 after June 1
*$15 off for CCCSA Members*
Join the CCCSA and Save - Only $40 a Year for Locals and $25/Year for Travelers
Membership not required
Refunds: $100 penalty for refunds before June 15. No refunds after June 15
Covid Safety Measures:
Hand sanitizer and disinfectant wipe stations
Daily cleaning of facilities
The CCCSA has a 2500 sq ft facility. There will be plenty of freeflow and spacing for the children and instructors.
Effective June 21, 2021
Masks and temperature checks will not be required. Participants may wear a mask if they choose to.
On May 14, North Carolina dropped most capacity restrictions, social distancing measures, and mask mandates for businesses. We wanted to give our members a chance to get acquainted with those changes. We now feel as though the mask requirement at the CCCSA is no longer needed.
See Governor Cooper's Executive Order 215 for more details.