Friends’ Central Upper, Middle & Lower School Families: You can register NOW through Campintouch. If you have attended one of our summer programs before, you can register here. Login is not the same as Veracross. If you have not logged on to CampinTouch before you will need to create a new account by clicking here. (If you have used CampinTouch with other local camps, it is not the same login). If you are on the main page, go to “Camper Application” to complete the application. FCS families do not need to submit the Health History Form.
We are excited to have your family join us this winter/spring/summer!
Returning families can register by logging in HERE.
New families can access our Camper Application.
Remember to complete all of the following for the review of your application:
- Health History (Required for all families, including FCS students; Instructions are on the application and in the email that is sent immediately after completing the first part of the application)
- Deposit (If sending a check, please mail to: Summer Programs, 1101 City Ave, Wynnewood, PA 19096)
Please contact Summer Programs at firstname.lastname@example.org or 610-645-5132 with any questions you may have!
**Please note that the CampMinder application may be blocked by certain work computers and WiFi connections. If the leaf continues spinning and won’t load, please try from another device/connection.**
Traditional Day Camps
Tenderfoot Camp provides recreational activities specially attuned to the interests of 3 to 6 year old children. The program focuses on social development, independence, and curiosity. These programs are designed to both nurture new friendships and strengthen self-esteem. As children grow, they are encouraged by our supportive staff to broaden their experiences and see what the world around them has to offer. Camp facilitators place emphasis on cooperation among children rather than competition. Placed in coeducational groups by age, the children learn to work alongside one another in alternative learning environments, thus stimulating holistic social and intellectual growth.
Trailblazer Camp is designed to accommodate the special interests of children between the ages of 6 and 12. Campers begin each day with 5-6 periods of activities with their group. Some of these activities include instructional swimming, computer, tennis, archery, art, drama, crafts, and sports. Older campers are invited to select an afternoon Pathfinder specialty activity in which to participate. Campers ages 7 to 12 are grouped according to grade and gender, and 6-year-olds are in coed groups; all campers are supervised by head and assistant counselors.
Basketball, Reading, and Math Clinic
Hallmarks of the Friends’ Central Summer Scholars Program are individualized attention and flexibility. With small class sizes, our students receive instruction geared toward their specific needs in a relaxed and informal setting. We offer our Intensive Tutorials in Math and Spanish and Jump Start programs for rising 6th and 9th graders.
Please note, we have extended the pay in full by date to May 1st. If camp is cancelled due to COVID-19, families will receive a full refund.
If you need to reduce enrollment weeks or cancel your child’s enrollment, please notify us in writing before March 31st, 2019 (May 2nd, 2019 for Summer School). Cancellations are subject to a fee as per the information below. No refunds are given after April 1, 2019:
Trailblazer Camp, Trailblazer Enrichment Camp, and Tenderfoot Camp: $250 cancellation fee
Basketball, Reading, and Math Camp: $100 cancellation fee
Summer School: $100 cancellation fee
Early Start: $50 cancellation fee
Winter Break Camp: Fee is equal to half of total enrollment cost
Trailblazer Spring Break Camp: Fee is equal to half of total enrollment cost
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