Experience Unforgettable - Camps & Retreats

    Lead 12

    This camp is designed to put a focus and emphasis on establishing a consistent faith journey with permanent and growing impact on the world around the students.

    Learn to Lead from a God-centered life. Explore Biblical foundations to build a life focused on God while gaining hands-on experience as a servant leader.
    The Lead 12 Program has been designed for emerging leaders going into Grade 12 who are growing in their Christian faith and want to take it to the next level. Lead Camps are focused on working
    with students and journeying with them as they seek to lead a God-centered life.



    Lead 12 is a 3-week leadership camp that focuses on developing a life of faith in Jesus Christ through the study of servant leadership as laid out in God's Word, and the hands-on practical experience of servant leadership, all in the context and community of a summer camp setting.


    Click here for more detailed information on Lead 12!


    Wk1
    Drop Off: Sunday from 4:00pm to 5:30pm
    Pick Up: Friday at 2:00pm

    Wk2
    Drop Off: Sunday from 4:00pm to 5:30pm
    Pick Up: Friday at 6:00pm


    Wk2 BBQ & Closing Program: Lead parents are invited to a BBQ at 4:30 pm on Friday. Lead campers will participate in a closing program at 5:30 and will be ready to depart from Lead Village at 6:00 pm.  

    Cost: $728 +GST

    June 30-July 5
    Week I
    &
    July 7-12
    Week II

    Service Week
    Week III can be filled during any other summer 2019 camp week prior to August 17. 




    Frequently Asked Questions

    What should I bring?

     

    Belongings should be marked with Camper's Name

    • Clothes for all types of weather
    • Pants, shorts, t-shirts, sweat shirts, etc.
    • 1-2 sets of grubby clothes for outdoor games
    • Socks and underwear for each day of camp (plus extra)
    • Pyjamas/sleep wear
    • Warm sweater/fleece top
    • At least 2 pairs of pants
    • Jacket (light to medium warmth)
    • Rain gear
    • Outdoor footwear: 1 pair thick-soled running shoes,
    • Outdoor footwear (optional): 1 extra pair shoes (to wear if others get wet), 1 pair rubber boots, 1 pair sandals
    • Indoor footwear: gym shoes with non-marking soles (required)
    • Indoor footwear (optional): slippers, sandals, etc. to be kept for indoor use only (bare feet are not allowed in the dining hall)
    • Swim wear 
    • Bed sheet for a twin size mattress
    • Warm sleeping bag – you will be sleeping in an outdoor cabin
    • Pillow
    • Towel and personal toiletries
    • Bible, notebook, pencil/pen
    • Watch
    • Bug repellent
    • Sunscreen
    • Water bottle
    • Flashlight (optional)
    • Bag for dirty clothes (optional)
    • Camera (optional)

    Theme Meals: (optional)

    Our staff are planning some fun theme meals where they will be dressing up in costumes and decorating the dining area.  If your camper would like to bring costumes and join in we encourage them to do so! You may have old Halloween costumes or other dress-up items around the house that fit one or more of these themes, or you camper may enjoy raiding their craft cupboard and making a costume.  However, campers should not feel like they must dress up or that they need to run out and buy costumes. These events will be fun for everyone either way!

    1. Crazy Shirt and/or Hat (LEAD 11/12)
    2. Twins (LEAD 11/12)
    3. Sports Fans (LEAD 11/12)
    4. Medieval (Lead 12)
    Download LEAD 11/12 "What to Bring" List: Click Here
    Medication Policy (how to pack medications): Click Here

    What SHOULDN'T I bring?

    • Pocket knives
    • Cell phone: We will be asking you to turn your cell phones in at the beginning of the week. They will be returned to you on Friday during the weekly wrap-up.
    • MP3 players, iPods/iPads, game consoles, etc. 
    • Cigarettes, alcohol, extra candy
    • Peanuts, tree nuts, or products containing nuts – we are a NUT AWARE facility
    • Clothing with content or images that include profanity, sexual references, or derogatory comments

    How do I determine if I am the right age for a particular camp?

    Camps are based on the grade the camper will be entering in the fall following this summer.

    How do I pay?

    Credit Card: Registration fees can be paid by Visa or MasterCard in full at the time of online registration or with a Payment Plan. A payment of at least $50 per person is required within two weeks of online registration in order to hold the camper's spot in his/her camp program. The balance of the fees are due no later than June 1st.

    Cheque: If you wish to pay by cheque or money order, a cheque for the full fee amount must be received within two weeks of online registration. Post-dated cheques are accepted; however, they may be dated no later than June 1st, and at least $50 per person must be cashable within two weeks of the initial online registration. Please make cheques or money orders payable to Camp Caroline.

    E-transfer: If you wish to pay by e-transfer, an email for at least the deposit amount, $50, must be received within two weeks of online registration. The balance of the fees are due no later than June 1st.

    • Email Transfer Password: campcaroline2019
    • Email: office@campcaroline.ab.ca
    • Please include parent/guardian full name and camper(s) full name. Thanks!

    Can I cancel and what will happen if I do?

    • Cancellations prior to June 15th will forfeit the $50 non-refundable deposit processed at time of registration.
    • Cancellations between June 15th and the Sunday two weeks prior to the first day of the camper's week will forfeit 50% of the base fee.
    • Cancellations later than two weeks prior to the first day of the camper's week will forfeit 100% of the base fee except in the case of illness or family emergency. Full refunds will be given for program options and t-shirts.

    Is there a scholarship fund for those who can’t afford a week of camp?

    We don’t want to see anyone miss out on the opportunity to experience a week at camp!  If you or your child would not be able to attend summer camp without financial assistance, you are welcome to apply to the Camp Caroline Scholarship Fund, a fund into which many generous Camp Caroline supporters have donated, helping to make the camp experience available to as many as possible.  

    Because we want to be good stewards of the funds God has entrusted to us through these generous donors, we have put the following Scholarship Fund guidelines in place:

    1. The Scholarship Fund is intended only to cover a portion of the camp fees for a camper.
    2. All campers are required to pay the minimum $50 deposit to hold their spot.
    3. Additional camp option costs (outtrips, craft supplies, t-shirts, etc.) are not covered by the Scholarship Fund.
    4. Campers who have received a scholarship may only attend one camp session per year.
    5. While we would love to provide continual scholarship funding for a camper year after year, priority will be given to first time applicants.  Returning campers are welcome to apply, but financial assistance is not guaranteed.
    6. All personal information gathered through the Camp Caroline Scholarship Fund Application will be governed by Camp Caroline’s Protection of Privacy Policy.  Scholarship Fund applicants can view this policy on our website, www.campcaroline.ab.ca/privacy-policy/.
    Application Deadline for 2019 Summer Camps: May 15, 2019

    For more information on how to apply, see the "Scholarship Fund" page of the “Camper Profile Form” during online registration. All requests will be carefully considered.