Between the Pages is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit social enterprise that uses books as tools to immerse at-risk and avid readers in an engaging recreation of their favorite books, fostering literacy, creative play, and cooperative problem solving.
We understand that plans can change between the time of registration and the actual start of camp. Before cancelling, we encourage families to contact the Program Director to inquire about switching to a different session, so your demigod can still have a wonderful camp experience this summer.
In order to receive a refund of any camp fees, we require notification in writing. All registrations include a $50 non-refundable processing fee. No refunds will be provided for cancellations received after the annual Claiming Ceremony. Additionally, all physical goods are non-refundable once received and picked up. Refer to the schedule below:
Refunds requested before March 1st, 2020 – Full Refund less the $50 processing fee
Refunds requested between March 1st and 14 days before the start of the enrolled camp session – 50% Refund
Refunds requested after May 30th, 2020 (The 2020 Claiming Ceremony) – 0% Refund (Session transfers and credits may still be offered, see below)
Please contact the Program Director with questions about campers with special or extenuating circumstances.
Camp Half-Blood Management reserves the right to dismiss any camper whose influence and conduct becomes detrimental to the best interests of the program and/or the other campers. No refunds will be made for dismissed persons or withdrawals. Additionally, we do not offer refunds if campers decide to drop out of Camp Half-Blood or leave early/before the end of camp. We are a nonprofit organization and any forfeiture of deposits or fees will be put in our General Donation Fund.
NSF payments: $25.00 is charged for all non-sufficient funds and declined credit card charges. Children will not be allowed to attend Camp Half-Blood unless payment has been received and recorded.
The minimum age to attend camp is 9 years old. Some sessions of camp are for 9-13 year olds and others are for 13-18 year olds. This year, Sessions 3 and 7 are the older/teen sessions, while the others are the younger sessions.
Camp is $550 and includes a healthy morning and afternoon snack and constantly filled coolers of iced water, but does NOT include lunch. You must bring a lunch with you each day along with your water bottle. A camp tee shirt, book, and foam training weapon are included in the cost.
8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m., Monday – Friday.
Camp starts at 8:00 a.m. You may not drop your camper off before 7:45 a.m. We need all of our morning time to finish planning your camper’s day. Thank you for understanding. Camp ends at 5:00 p.m. If we don’t hear from you by 5:15 p.m., we’ll call you to get an ETA. If you arrive after 5:30 p.m. we’ll charge you $20 for every half-hour you are late, unless you call us before 5:15 p.m. to let us know you’ll be late.
We can’t guarantee that they’ll be in the same group. What we can say is, no matter what group they go into they’ll get to spend much of their day with their friends/family.
No. Once you are placed that’s it. We do our best to put your camper where they want to go, but we are limited by space requirements and therefore don’t shift those assignments.
Our camp staff are all required to have criminal & sexual misconduct background checks AND current CPR/First Aid certifications. We also hold consent and sexual harassment training every year. All paperwork, including resumes, references and training certifications are kept at camp and on file.
It depends on the type and severity of the food allergy. We can accommodate most allergies. Be sure to fill out this section on the medical forms to make us aware of your needs.
Typically no. The camps sell out so quickly, it’s first come first served. If you have need of a payment plan, reach out to the Program Director at [email protected]
Only if we have space. If we cannot fit you in to the session you want we can give you a refund.
We sent you an email confirmation, right after you enrolled. Check for that first. You should also be able to see this information in your camper profile, found in the parent portal. If you still can’t find it, email us at [email protected]n-the-Pages.org
Contact us at [email protected]
We have a Facebook group page called Between the Pages Literary Camp carpool lists. Find it. Look for your session(s) and follow the instructions.
Our EIN is: 83-1121348