Depending on the age group and program, the ratio of counselors to campers is between 1:5 and 1:10. Programs are staffed with a combination of senior counselors, junior counselors, and CITs.
All of our counselors have experience working with children in educational and/or summer camp programs. CRS Summer programs also have a dedicated on-site nurse.
In the Nature & STEM program, campers are grouped according to age and will spend most of the day in those age groups. In CRCAP and Summer LaunchPad, campers will be in multi-age groups. Some classes might be specific to an age group or skill level.
One of the benefits of our programs sharing one campus in the summer is that campers of all ages have a chance to play together, recreating the neighborhood community feel.
Yes, we offer multi-week discounts at the thresholds of 4, 6, and 8 weeks, which can be applied across families.
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We do offer multi-week discounts at the thresholds of 4, 6, and 8 weeks, which can be applied across families.
Your camper should wear comfortable and weather-appropriate clothes and bring a swimsuit when they’re signed up to swim. Campers should also always bring a water bottle.
We provide snacks and lunch, as well as any materials needed for the programs.
Yes, we offer Extended Day for campers from 3:00 – 5:00 p.m. at the additional cost of $32/day.
Yes, we do! Campers in all of our programs will have the opportunity to use the pool for free swim under the close supervision of a trained lifeguard and camp staff.
There is a full-time summer camp nurse on-site every day. In the event that your child becomes ill or injured, you’ll receive a phone call and may be asked to pick up early.
Once you pull onto the main road of campus, you’ll be directed by staff to the carpool circle. This is where you’ll drop off each morning, and pick up each afternoon. We’ll provide name placards to each family and ask that you keep it displayed on your dash during drop-off/pick-up.
We take pride in being good neighbors. We do ask that all camp families obey all traffic signs and rules, and are courteous when driving in the neighborhood.