What is the Cost of OASC Summer Leadership Camp?
MS Camp is $325 if registered by early bird deadline. ($375 after deadline)
HS Camp is $399 if registered by the early bird deadline. ($449 after deadline)
When is the payment deadline for OASC Summer Leadership Camp?
You can find the payment deadline here. Or by emailing Katie at firstname.lastname@example.org.
When will I get a confirmation email?
You will receive an initial confirmation email when you register. You will receive an additional email after the early bird deadline and the third one 1 week before attending Summer Leadership Camp.
What should I pack?
What is the cancellation policy? Can I get a refund if I can't attend?
Cancellation & Financial Policy:
All balances must be paid in full by payment deadline.
If you are unable to attend a session, it is your responsibility to contact our office.
- Cancellations need to be submitted in writing by cancelation deadline to Sara at Sara@oasc.org to be eligible for refund minus the $50 non-refundable deposit.
- Cancellations after the deadline are not eligible for any kind of refund. Substitutions are allowed with notification to the OASC office.
If there is an outstanding balance, you will be contacted. If we do not receive response, your registration will be cancelled and no refund will be issued.
Can I request a roommate? How are roommates selected?
OASC summer camps strive to make our students as comfortable as possible. Our camps are staffed with compassionate individuals who are trained to deal with a number of issues, ranging from homesickness to medical issues. High School are housed in Ackerman Hall, which is a co-ed building with same gender floors and same gender roommates. Middle School students are housed in Heritage Hall, which is a co-ed building with same gender floors and same gender roommates. For safety and security, each student is given a unique key that will unlock the building, their floor, and their room.
We attempt to room each camper with a camper from a different school and of similar grade. We hope campers see this, in addition to the rest of camp, as an opportunity to grow in their leadership skills. In line with this philosophy, we are unable to accommodate specific rooming requests. Campers are often in the same hallway as, or near to, fellow schoolmates. Campers should not “pack as pairs,” or plan to share personal items. In appropriate circumstances (e.g., medical, availability of space, returning upperclassmen campers), OASC can accommodate a single room for a camper. To ensure equal access and privacy for campers, each dorm wing has a private, non-binary bathroom available for campers in addition to the two multi-stall restroom and showering bathrooms. OASC staff would like each student to have an equal and amazing experience, and this policy assists staff in creating this equal opportunity. If there is a medical or personal need that requires rooming attention, please contact OASC Executive Director, Sara Nilles.
What is your arrival and departure policy?
Check-in locations will be different for Middle School and High School Camps. Please note the time and location in which camp you will be attending. Please click here for a PDF map of campus to help direct you to your check-in location.
Middle School: MS students will stay in Heritage Hall. Check-in will be in front of Heritage Hall. There are a few parking spaces in front of the building to unload.
You can find the pickup and departure information in the Know Before You Go Document that is emailed to you after you register or email email@example.com.
Can my student drive themselves to camp? (Transportation Policy)
Students are not required to have a parent or guardian present to check them in or out of camp. Many schools arrange for groups to travel together, with the ride responsibility split among family members of campers. Students may drive themselves and park their car on campus (in a designated area). Once their car is parked they are not allowed to go back and forth to their vehicle. It is NOT RECOMMENDED that students drive themselves due to emotional and physical drain that students coming to camp will experience over the course of the time together. Vehicles parked on-campus are parked at their own-risk. OASC is not responsible for lost, stolen, or damaged items during or after the camp schedule.
OASC is not responsible for transportation to and from camp.
Where is Camp?
How can I fundraise for camp?
OASC has a few options for students looking to fundraise their way to camp. Please use the links below!
Camp Scholarship Application – Due April 10,2019 (Round 1) and May 29, 2019 (Round 2)
100 Fundraising Ideas – Use this to come up with ways to raise money for camp
How to Request Funding from Friends, Family and Community Members – includes sample letter!
What are the dorm rules?
OASC adheres to strict dorms rules to ensure student safety and security. You can download and read about them clicking here.