Summer Adventure Camp
Four weeks of Summer Adventure Camp are available. Pick one week or all four weeks!
Student applications from Level 3 countries, as designated by the World Heath Organization (WHO) and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) Travel Advisory, are not currently being accepted for our Summer Progams. This will be re-evaluated as time progresses.
Students from a Level 2 country must show proof (Passport entry date) that they have been in the State of Hawaiʻi 14 days prior to the first day of attending Summer School or Summer Adventure Camp. Students from a Level 2 country who arrive in Hawaiʻi with fewer than 14 days prior to the first day of our Summer School or Summer Adventure Camp will not be accepted.
In addition, families must sign our Family Declaration Waiver and provide medical documentation and clearance from a United States licensed medical doctor. The doctor must indicate that the student does not display any symptoms of the COVID-19 Virus and must be MMR compliant, have TB clearance, and a record (month/year) of the most recent tetanus shot. This information must be on file with the school before the student can participate in Spring Adventure Camp.
Summer Adventure Camp is fully accredited by the American Camp Association to ensure your child's best camp experience.
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