We are committed to operating the 2021 camp season for you and your family. However, during this time of uncertainty, we would like to provide you some comfort and flexibility when enrolling in camp for 2021.
If you enroll in camp and your plans change or you have concerns about your child attending
camp this summer, you can cancel and receive a refund or credit according to our policy. Our
policy encourages early decisions so as not to affect other customers or our ability to efficiently
deliver our programs and is based on the fact that supplies are purchased for your child in
March. Because we cover registration fees for you, all cancellations for a refund will incur a $30 cancellation fee (per camp) to cover administrative costs. This should be considered as a deposit which can not be refunded or trasnferred.
Our cancellation policy is as follows:
• Receive a full refund through April 30, 2022
• Receive a 75% refund May 1, 2022– May 30, 2022. No refunds will be given after May
• Starting June 1, 2022, cancellations will receive a full credit. This credit can be used for a
different week of camp during the summer or camp in the future. To take the full credit you should inform us one week in advance (camp starts on Monday so you must inform us by previous Monday). Please note that if you use this credit for next summer camp season then that season’s camp price will apply. If the price of the camp increase then you will need to pay the difference of the price.
It is camp policy that no refunds will be made in connection with late arrivals, early withdrawals, or camp dismissals due to misconduct. Missed days of camp are not refunded or transferred (e.g. missed Friday and want to come back next week for a day. However, we will do our best to provide you with any materials missed, such as robots, when applicable).
COVID Related Cancellation Questions:
What happens if my child tests positive or has to quarantine due to potential exposure right before their camp week is scheduled?
Please contact us immediately and we will work with you on a case-by-case basis, because these situations can vary.
What if a camper tests positive at camp?
If a camper tests positive while attending camp, they will not be permitted to attend camp again until cleared by a doctor. All other campers in that specific camp (or “class group”) will be notified and be required to follow appropriate CDC quarantine guidelines. Transfers, account credits, and refunds for the remaining camp days will be handled on a case-by-case basis if this situation arises.
Cancellations must be made via email (firstname.lastname@example.org).
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