How do I pay for day camps?
We offer a secure method for making payments. Make a payment on our website. Your information is secure and we will not share your information with vendors. We accept all major credit cards or use the Pay Pal option.
What should my child wear for camp?
We recommend comfortable athletic wear. Athletic and comfortable shoes are required. Campers can bring a backpack with a sweater and personal items, such as sunscreen, a small gym towel and a cell phone.
Is your camp insured?
We carry required state business insurance. Proof of your child's insurance is required upon registration. This is similar to the requisite of a student athlete participating in sports in any school in California.
What if my child needs medication?
Prior to each session, we collect all medication, and then store it in a locked area. During camp, medicine is administered by our trained coaches following written instructions and consent provided from the parent.
Are your coaches qualified?
Yes! All of our instructors are qualified. They are certified on First Aid, CPR, use of AED machine, ALICE (Lockdown and Active Shooter), Physical Education, Suicide Prevention, Crisis Management, Crisis Intervention and National Counseling programs. All of our instructors have clear Department of Justice and Department of Education backgrounds checks.
Can we still join your sessions on the first day of camp?
Yes! You can send us an email one day before to confirm availability. If space is available, we will hold a space for you up until the beginning of class. You may register and pay in person.
Can parents watch?
Yes! Parents are welcome to observe the first hour in session. After the first hour, we kindly ask that you allow your child to be an independent learner. This will allow your child to completely focus on instruction and activities resulting in your child getting the most out of the program.
You will have our contact cell phone number during day camp in the event you have questions or concerns. Check out our social media for pictures of your child's engagement during day camp.
What is your ratio of children to coaches?
Our ratio varies from 5 to 10 children per Coach. Coaches are educators in current roles such as teachers, counselor, athletic coaches, school principal, law enforcement police sergeant and SDSU physical therapist students.