Fast Facts

 

4th – 9th graders (boys and girls)

Session I – June 17 – June 28 (Cost $879)

Session II – July 8 – July 19 ( Cost $879)

$50 sibling discount

$50 discount if enrolled in both sessions

$50 Paid in full discount

One discount per account

Full Payment due by May 1

Camp day: 8:30am – 3:00pm

Extended Care Options

Before care 7:30am – 8:30am – $75

After care 3pm – 6pm – $140

Frequently Asked Questions

How do you separate the campers into groups?

We split the campers into smaller groups based upon similar ages and amount of attendees at LEAD Camp. We anticipate 2, but no more than 3 groups of campers.

Expected split of 2 groups: 4-5th Graders and 6th-9th Graders.

Is it possible to go half days or attend only one week in a session?

While it is possible we do not recommend this.  The two week camps builds and on the final day campers will present to a local panel of entrepreneurs and also have their athletic field day.  Parents are welcome to attend on the final day of camp and see their campers in action!

Does my son or daughter have to be good in sports to attend?

The LEAD Camp athletic development is for campers of all athletic abilities who want to have fun, play team games and learn how to develop into the best athlete they can be.

Is lunch provided by the LEAD Camp?

No, each camper needs to pack a lunch each day

Can I get a refund if my child decides not to come?

Yes, until May 1, except for the nonrefundable deposit of $200 per camper per session. There are no tuition refunds after that date.

Do you accept a Deposit?

DEPOSIT: To secure a spot, there is a $200 nonrefundable deposit per session. Any balance remaining will be automatically charged to the credit card provided on May 2, 2017.

Participation Terms

The camper and his/her parents/guardian must agree to the rules and regulations for the health, safety and welfare of the camp and its campers and staff. By completing a registration form for your camper(s), you agree to the Participation and Payment Terms below.

HEALTH & SAFETY

Your child must complete a medical form prior to attending camp. I understand there are certain unavoidable risks associated with various game and play activities, such as collisions,  (e.g. balls, Frisbees, and other equipment). I am aware of these risks and I am assuming them on behalf of my child. I realize no environment is risk-free, despite a high degree of supervision. Therefore, I have instructed my child on the importance of abiding by the camp’s rules. My child and I both agree he or she is familiar with these rules and will obey them. I acknowledge these risks and agree to let me child participate in all activities (except as noted on the Health Form). I understand I will be notified if my child becomes ill and I will arrange for him/her to be picked up as soon as possible. 

Parent authorizes the communication of child’s medication condition, treatment, and/or prognosis with the medical staff and camp director, in its sole discretion, if believed to be in the best interest of the child. This authorization expires once the child completes his/her camp session.

* Waiver, Health Form, and Medication forms will follow in a separate e-mail after signing up for LEAD Camp.

NONDISCRIMINATION

LEAD Camp does not discriminate on the basis of gender, race/ethnicity, economic status, sexual orientation, physical ability, or cultural and religious backgrounds.

ACT OF GOD

In the event the opening of camp is delayed or camp ends early due to an act of God or civil authority or other reason beyond the control of camp, no adjustment of tuition will be made.

PHOTOGRAPHY

By registering your camper, you grant LEAD Camp, LLC permission to use any photograph, film or other image for promotional purposes. Photographs are used in various promotional materials, including but not limited to brochures, our website, Facebook page and other digital media. If you do not want photographs to be taken of your child, you must submit a request in writing at least two weeks prior to attending camp, along with a photo of your child for us to keep on file.