Frequently Asked Questions
See Parent Handbook for additional information.
There is a $2500 non-refundable deposit due at time of registration. The deposit is due by January 1st, 2024 to hold your child's spot in the camp.
Your child's balance will be due on April 15th, 2024. If your child's total tuition is less than $2500, your payment in full is required at the time of registration.
You can withdraw from the camp or drop weeks at any time up until April 1st with your deposit refunded less $100 administration fee.
We do not refund for missed days, due to family vacation or illness after April 1st, 2024.
5% If your child attended The Country School for the 2023-2024 school year
5% Sibling Discount
10% Local first responders (police officers, fire department employees, ambulance workers and volunteers). This discount cannot be combined with others.
What to Bring
Senior & Junior Camp
- A bathing suit and towel
- Sunscreen, pre-applied (we will reapply throughout the day)
- Hat (Optional)
- A refillable water bottle
-A change of clothes
-Bug spray (Optional)
- A healthy lunch
- Snack is provided by the camp, but you can pack your own if you'd prefer.
On Fridays, the camp serves pizza lunch to all campers.
-Senior Camp Optional Items: tennis rackets and bicycle helmets (we have rackets and helmets for anyone who prefers to use ours), water shoes hat.
Age 18-36 Months
- A bathing suit and small towel for water play
- Diapers and supplies for children who are not toilet trained.
-Lunch only for children enrolled in our drop-off program 9:15 - 12:15 or 9:00 - 2:45
Swim instruction takes place in our heated pools designed specifically for children. At our Junior Camp, the shallow end is 2'3", allowing most children to stand comfortably.
Our pool staff consists of American Red Cross certified lifeguards and WSI instructors that work with each child during group lessons. Your child's counselors also participate in the group lesson, to ensure that each child stays safe and gets the most out of each lesson.
Each camper must have their most recent physical/immunization form on file in order to attend camp.
Please inform The Country School Staff including your child's head counselor (email@example.com)
and our medical director (firstname.lastname@example.org) of any allergies or medical concerns your child has. We take food allergies very seriously and accommodations will be made within groups to ensure the safety of all children.
There are two or more first responders at each campus at all times and each camp group has a CPR and First Aid certified counselor.
All aquatic staff members hold up-to-date CPR and first aid certifications. If your child requires medication while at camp, there will be additional paperwork for you and your child's physician. Please email us and we will provide you with the necessary paperwork.