Frequently Asked Questions
Can my child be a Summer Champ and attend a Sports Clinic or Drama Camp?
Yes! Our Summer Champs and Sports Clinics and Drama Camp are offered as stand-alone programs, or a student may begin the day at Summer Champs, attend a Sports Clinic or the Drama Camp, and return to Summer Champs for the remainder of the day. Customize the experience that best fits your child.
Does my child have to attend all summer?
We would love to have your child all summer, but you can choose the week/weeks that best fit your summer schedule.
Will lunch be provided?
Campers will need to bring their lunch and a drink, but we will be providing two snacks daily. Please list all food allergies on your registration form.
Will there be trained medical personnel on campus?
MA Summer Champs and Sports Clinics will take every precaution to provide a safe environment for your child. In the event that your child needs medical attention, our Summer Champs directors, supervisors, and some teachers are trained in First Aid and CPR.
What if I need to drop off late or pick up early?
What if our summer plans change and my child can no longer attend a camp for which he/she is registered?
Who do I contact if I have more questions?
email camp director Barbara Agraviador firstname.lastname@example.org
What is After Camp Care (ACC)?
After Camp Care is extended time provided from 4:30-5:30 for parents that need a later pick up time for their children. This extra 1 hour service is provided at an additional charge of $25 per week and should be registered for at the same time you register for your weekly camp.
Is there a charge for late pick up?
Yes. We have extended our hours until 5:30 through our After Camp Care program at a rate of $25.00 per week. There will be a late charge of $1.00 per minute after 5:30.