Aqua Sports Camp
Monday through Friday
9:00am – 5:30pm
Drop off: 8:45-9:00am
Pick up: 5:00 -5:30pm
Campers will have the opportunity to utilize the Coppin State University- PEC facilities. They will enjoy activities administered by trained counselors. Each session may include activities such as: team sports, cooperative games, swim lessons and other fun water activities. Formal swim lessons will be taught by certified swim instructors daily. Children should arrive each day ready for swim lessons and have appropriate attire to change into after swimming (i.e. towel, sneakers, athletic attire, sunscreen and bug spray).
Our coaches and counselors strive to motivate and train our participants to ensure that they are challenged while enjoying themselves daily. Furthermore, we will maintain an appropriate camper-to-coach ratio for maximal instruction, leadership training, and effectiveness
Site and Facilities
Aqua Sports Camp Series will take place in the Physical Education Complex located at 2523 Gwynns Falls Parkway, Baltimore, Maryland 21216. The state-of-the-art campus recreational facility is a 100,000 square foot indoor facility equipped with an aquatics area, fitness area, locker rooms, 3 gymnasiums, 2 racquetball courts, dance studio and academic classrooms. Located adjacent to the facility are the needed athletic fields, and track and tennis courts for outside activities.
Great Staff (Certified Lifeguards, Water Safety Instructors; CPR/AED and First Aid)
Fun and educational activities
1:12 counselor to camper ratio (children must be able to participate within this structure)
Parents & children are encouraged to tour the facilities that will be utilized for camp. Staff will be available to answer questions you may have regarding camp operations.
TYPICAL DAY AT CAMP
7:30-8:45 Before Care
8:45-9:00 Drop Off
10:00-10:45 Swim Lessons
10:45-11:30 Arts & Crafts
12:15-1:15 Special Activities
1:15-2:00 Team Sports
2:15-3:15 Swim and/or Games
3:15-3:30 End of Camp Activities
5:00-5:30 Pick up
NOTE: Campers picked up after 5:30pm will be charged an additional $10.
Two (2) full weeks full of fun, athletic activities designed for all skill levels, ages 7-13. Each day of camp will be held at Coppin State University, Physical Education Complex.
Session I (June 18 – June 29)
Session II (July 2– July 13) - No Camp July 4th
Session III (July 16 – July 27)
Session IV (July 30 – August 10)
REGISTER ONLINE AT
All Money Orders are payable to Coppin State University
(No Cash or Checks Accepted)
2018 Aqua Sports Camp - Registration Form
2018 Aqua Sport Camp - Camper Health History From
2018 Aqua Sports Camp - Information Sheet
$850 Full Tuition; $300 Deposit
$250 per two-week session; $75 Deposit
All meals will be provided via the Baltimore Summer Food Program.
All Camps: Please do not send candy or gum. If a child has strict dietary needs documentation must be provided stating such. If a child has any food allergies that would prohibit eating meals that are provided, parents must provide the necessary meals for the child via a bag meal.
DISCOUNT #1 FAMILY DISCOUNT
PARENTS WHO SIGN UP TWO OR MORE CHILDREN WILL BE GIVEN A $10 DISCOUNT OFF THE COST OF THEIR SECOND CHILD (AND EACH CHILD THEREAFTER) FROM THE IMMEDIATE FAMILY. THIS DISCOUNT WILL BE APPLIED TO EACH WEEK THE SUBSEQUENT CHILDREN ARE REGISTERED.
DISCOUNT #2 MULTIPLE WEEK
IF YOUR CHILD IS SIGNED UP FOR 4 OR MORE WEEKS, YOU WILL BE GIVEN A $10 DISCOUNT FOR EACH WEEK.
EXTENDED CARE FEES
Conditioning and Fun!
7:30am-8:45am; $25 per week
This is a program that takes place before the camp day begins. The focus of the program is to provide time for your child to take part in strength and conditioning games and activities.
DROP OFF AND PICK UP
Campers must be dropped off at the south entrance of the PEC (off of Warwick Ave). Staff members at the front desk will check campers in. Any campers dropped off after 9:00am must be escorted inside the Physical Education Complex by a parent or guardian.
Campers must be picked up in the PEC Gym, room 108. Parents must communicate early pick-ups with the Staff at the beginning of the day to ensure that the child is ready at the desired pick-up time.
CODE OF CONDUCT
All campers are expected to treat others with dignity and respect and abide by camp rules. If campers are unable to adhere to camp rules and policies they may be asked to leave camp
Registration is on a rolling bases and will be done on a first come first serve basis. A $75 non-refundable deposit per child is required for each week before the registration form will be processed. The remaining balance is due the Wednesday BEFORE your child is to arrive at camp.
In person registration will be accepted Mon- Thurs. PEC 118 4pm-8pm
Or by mail
If the balance is not paid by that Wednesday,
a $10 late fee will be applied to your account.
Registrations cannot be processed without completing your child’s medical information.
Refunds and Cancellations
Due to rising administrative costs, we regret that the deposit is non-refundable. A
$25.00 additional fee will be applied for returned checks.
All cancellations will be refunded, except for the $75 administrative handling fee, if notice of cancellation is given at least two weeks prior to the start of camp. If cancellation occurs within the two weeks prior to the start of camp no refund will be given unless there is a documented medical reason with a physician’s letter.
Once camp begins, refunds will also only be given for medical reasons, accompanied by a doctor’s note.
Complete refunds will be given if the session is cancelled. Refunds take approximately four to six weeks to be processed. It is the parent’s responsibility to follow-up in writing with the camp office on any cancellation.
Camp staff reserves the right to cancel any session or modify activities due to under-enrollment, facility problems, staffing concerns or circumstances beyond its control. (i.e. rain, pool problems, or electrical outages). Parents will be notified immediately if a session is altered in any way.