Camp Sequoia is designed for boys who will be between 7 and 17 years old by the start of camp, Our admission process is designed to ensure that Camp Sequoia will be the right fit for your child and will enable them to be successful in our camp community. We encourage you to review Camp Sequoia’s dates and tuition for the 2020 season, or contact us to discuss the benefits of camp and whether Sequoia may be the right fit for your son. We also offer a destination life and social skills program for our older campers and those transitioning to post secondary options. For 2020, planning is underway for our annual 🌴 Hawaii Adventure 🌴. Check out the overview for 2019
Upon receiving these documents, we will contact you to discuss the process further. We will then set up an informal interview with your child on Skype/FaceTime or in person.
Please complete Step 1 and fill out Section A and B of the Standard Enrollment Form. In an effort to streamline paperwork, we will provide a summary update form for you in the spring to make sure that we have the most updated information. Please feel free to call or email with specific questions.
Please note that Camp Sequoia does have availability in each session for this summer though space is limited. We strongly recommend that prospective camp families begin the application process as soon as possible.
For Enrollment pricing following admission, 50% remaining tuition is due within 45 days. Campers enrolled in the 1st session wishing to extend to full season (on a space available basis) are eligible for the full-season rate. Please contact us if you have questions or need clarification.
Eligibility: Admission to camp is on a rolling basis based on availability for your child’s age group. If there is no availability in your child’s age group you may choose to be placed on our waiting list.
Camp Sequoia tuition is non-refundable once a child is present at camp.
Please don’t hesitate to contact us with any questions; we look forward to helping you with the enrollment process and getting to know your family.