- Campers will be checked for head lice upon arrival.
- All prescription medications must be turned into the nurse on Sunday at check-in. No prescription medicine is allowed in the dorms.
- Each camper will be required to keep the camp schedule unless excused by the dean. Sickness and injury must be reported to the camp nurse or camp dean immediately. Anyone having a communicable disease will not be allowed to participate in the camp program. No one will be absent from class or activity except in case of sickness, and then only upon advice of the nurse or dean. No camper will be allowed to leave the camp without special permission from the dean.
- The use of tobacco (including Vaping), alcohol, and drugs is strictly prohibited in any form by campers or staff at any and all times.
- Boys and girls alike are required to wear clothing that would testify to their Christian principles. There is to be no bare midriff apparel. For insurance reasons we ask that all campers refrain from going barefooted. If you have some doubts as to whether some article of clothing is long enough; or whether it is too tight, or if it is allowed, why don't you just leave it at home. Any body piercing must be removed during recreational activities. Make a sincere effort to contribute to the proper atmosphere at camp by the manner in which you dress.
- At the pool, there will be no running or unsupervised water games. Girls must wear modest one-piece bathing suits. No midriff or French style high hip cut bathing suits are permitted. Boys must wear boxer type trunks. No frayed cut-offs are allowed unless hemmed. THERE WILL BE NO SWIMMING WITHOUT A REGISTERED LIFEGUARD PRESENT.
- No camper will be allowed in the wooded area of the camp except for classes, vespers, campfire, or with special permission from the dean.
- Campers, under the direction of the dorm deans, will be responsible for keeping their own dormitories clean during the week. Dorm inspections are made daily.
- Camp property must be respected. Campers will be held responsible for unnecessary damage or breakage. Setting off of fire extinguishers, except for their intended purpose, will mean an automatic dismissal from camp. "Break it, you bought it; write on it, you sand it," is the standard rule.
- Boys are not allowed in the vicinity of the girls dormitory nor are girls allowed in the vicinity of the boys dormitory. Anyone caught outside of their dorm after lights out will automatically be sent home!
- Weapons, cell phones, iPods, video game systems, foul language, magazines, comic books, RADIOS, MP3 OR CD PLAYERS EVEN FOR PLAYING CHRISTIAN MUSIC, pets, skateboards, or roller skating shoes will not be allowed at camp. THIS RULE APPLIES TO COUNSELORS AND CAMPERS. Any such items will be confiscated and could result in dismissal.
- Parents are asked to refrain from visiting with their children during the camp week. In case of an emergency please call the camp dean or camp manager at (304) 589-6296.
- Where there is a rule it must be kept and respected always by all campers and faculty.
- No camper may enroll in any week of camp beyond 1 grade variance. NO EXCEPTIONS!
- Each dean has the privilege of adding other rules regarding his week.
WHAT TO BRING TO CAMP
- Clothes for everyday use to wear to classes, recreation, evening meal, and vespers including long pants and jacket for cooler weather. Bring some play clothes that can be used for messier activities.
- Bring your bathing suit (modest one piece bathing suit required for ladies). Bring extra tennis shoes for sports activities. MARK ALL CLOTHES WITH INITIALS OF CAMPER USING INDELIBLE INK.
- Toiletry articles: toothbrush, toothpaste, comb, washcloths, towels, soap, etc.
- Bedding: Sheets, blankets, and pillow or sleeping bag. Mattresses are twin size.
- Bible, notebook, pencil.
- Spending money for personal use, and money for a daily missions offering.
- Cameras, flashlight, etc.
- The camp will be providing pizza for Sunday night supper. Bring your own picnic lunch if you do not like pizza. (Drinks will be provided.)
The tuition for a full week of camp will be $115.00 except for 1st Chance whose tuition will be $57.50. A discount of $15.00 for a full week and $7.50 for 1st Chance will be given if a camper is pre-registered at least two weeks before his or her week of camp. This means that if you pre-register, a full week will be only $100.00 and a half-week only $50.00. If you aren't going to come and are registered, please call and let us know.
- Registration is from 2:30 - 5:00 p.m. on Sunday afternoon. Reserved beds for pre-registration are forfeited after 5:00 p.m. Camp closes at 4:30 p.m. Friday night except for the 1st Chance Camp, which will end on Tuesday night at 4:30 p.m. If it is necessary to pick your child up before 4:30 p.m, please notify the Dean in advance. Checkout is between 4:30 p.m and 5:30 p.m.
- Please check in as soon as you arrive, before you take your clothes to the dormitories. Registration will take place in the cafeteria no sooner than 2:30 p.m.
- As you check in you will need to pay the balance of the camp fee.
- A canteen card will be sold at the registration table for the Junior I, II, III, and 1st Chance weeks of camp. Any money left on the card may be claimed on Friday by seeing Rick Mathena, Camp Manager. MONEY NOT CLAIMED ON FRIDAY WILL BE TRANSFERRED TO THE MISSIONS OFFERING.
- All staff must also fill out this registration card for medical treatment. (There is no fee.)
ACC and ATC tuition will be $25.00 or $30.00 if not pre-registered. Registration for these conventions will begin at 3:00 p.m - 4:00 p.m on Friday and will end Saturday about 4:00 p.m.
If you have any questions, please contact Rick Mathena, Camp Manager (304) 589-6296