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1.  Q:  My child has certain dietary restrictions.  Can you accommodate that?
     A:  Yes.  Waypost will do their best to accommodate each camper’s dietary needs.
2.  Q:  My child has never been away from home before.  Is this a problem?
     A:  For many of our campers this is their first time away from home.  The counselors are well trained experts and will help the campers get through the nervousness of the first day or two.
3.  Q:  Can I please see the hour by hour schedule for the week?
     A:  We do not share the schedule in advanced of the camp.  We learned that too often campers see something that they think they might not want to do and worry about it needlessly.  The reality is… camp and its experiences are different enough from school that the campers learn to enjoy things they never thought they would.
4.  Q:  Can we visit our child at camp?
     A:  No.  We do not allow visits during the regular camp week as it interferes with the relationship building that goes on at camp.  On the final day of camp we have a visitation time for the parents to come and see what the campers have done all week.  We will post pictures to our Facebook page for you to have a sneak peak during the week.
5.  Q:  Does my child have to swim?
     A:  No.  If a camper does not want to swim they do not have to.
6.  Q:  If my child is completing 5th grade which camp would he attend?
     A:  The camps are based on the grade that your child has completed.  A child that completed 5th grade this year will attend the 3-5th grade camp.
7.  Q:  Do the boys and girls stay in separate cabins?
     A:  Yes.  The campers are in a cabin group for the week and each cabin group has their own      counselor that stays in the cabin with them at night.
Please feel free to contact us with additional questions.  If we have repeat questions we will post it to this area.  We want you to be comfortable with all things SOAR related.

Following the guidance and thoughtfulness set forth by the American Camp Association, we at  SOAR Camp firmly stand by the following:

“We believe diversity, equity, and inclusion are at the heart of a thriving camp experience.

We empower positive change in the world when youth and adults of all backgrounds, beliefs, identities, and abilities are valued and actively engaged in camp and camp leadership.

Together, we endeavor to create an expansive and inclusive camp community that is open and promotes equity across a diversity of ideas, experiences, perspectives, and voices.”