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Frequently Asked Questions

cwk campers caving at Racoon mnt in Tennessee
campers taking chess lessons at cwk

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Q: What will my camper learn?

A: Camp Warrior King is a one-of-a-kind youth development program that introduces kids to various extra-curricular activities they normally wouldn't experience due to schedule, availability, and/or financial requirement(s). In addition, each day, your child will participate in classes centered around a curriculum (reading/writing, Social Studies, Math, and Science.  Each activity offers a skill your child can use to maintain a healthy lifestyle. 

 

Additionally, we select fun activities and teach/promote: confidence building, leadership, critical thinking, teamwork, peace, focus, humility, patience, and desire. Your camper will also learn through various exciting games, fun skits, and community-building activities.

 

 

Q: Is this a co-ed camp?

A: Yes, our camp is co-ed. Boys and girls between ages 5-15 are welcome to attend. We do not discriminate against children for any reason: race, creed, color, sexual orientation, family structure, or religion.

Q: What to wear?

A: Your Camper(s) should wear comfortable clothes you don’t mind getting dirty. T-shirts, shoes, and shorts are perfect. (no sandals/CROC/SLIDES except for certain days) Additional clothing restrictions can be found on your registration form. I AM Defense martial arts students can wear their do-bok during self-defense sessions. All students will receive a T-shirt, which may be worn daily. Camp shirts ARE REQUIRED ON ALL FIELD TRIPS. Additional t-shirts can be purchased. Kids love wearing our t-shirts; they're pretty stylish.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Q: What should my camper bring to camp?

A: A great attitude and lots of energy! Younger campers are encouraged to bring an extra change of clothes that will stay at camp in case of an "accident." CWK's camp store, "Sugar Shaq." offers sweet items for a minimal fee. 

 

Technology (i.e., tablets, laptops, video games, or music devices) is discouraged.  Students rarely have time to use their devices,  which risk being damaged or lost. Phones should be kept out of sight--unless permitted by staff. CWK is NOT responsible for lost or stolen items of any kind.

 

 

 

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Q: Are lunch and snacks provided?

A: Camp Warrior King provides lunch and two snacks daily. The food is exceptional. We cook on-site. ALL ALLERGIES MUST BE REPORTED IN YOUR CHILD'S APPLICATION. NO EXCEPTIONS. Students participating in our morning fitness program are offered a healthy breakfast after their workout. 

 

The safety of the children is our number one priority. Parents should pack lunches for children with serious allergies or extreme food preferences.  We will not knowingly cook with peanut products. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Q: What is your sign-up policy for activities and field trips?

A: Camp Warrior King promotes children's exposure to new activities. Many activities are first come, first served.  The activity list will be available online before the start of camp.

 

 

Q: What are the drop-off and late pick-up policies?

A: Camp hours are from 7 am-6 pm. Tuition covers the entire day. There is no early drop-off. Aftercare is from 6:00 pm to 6:30 pm. The cost is $5 PER CHILD.

 

Campers left after 6:00 pm will automatically be placed in aftercare. After 6:30 pm, Parents will be charged $1 per minute PER CHILD for each minute (e.g., two kids= $2 per min) plus the $5 per child. Late payment is due at pick-up. Consistent tardiness may result in your child being withdrawn from the summer program.

 

 

Q: Can parents attend field trips?

A: Yes, yes, and YES! Take advantage of the opportunity to take pictures, build awesome memories, and have a few bonding moments with your camper(s). One rule is: NO WALL-FLOWERS ALLOWED! You gotta get involved in the fun! If you attend a trip or activity, expect to be asked to participate. Depending on the trip, adult admission is normally higher than that of campers. Join the fun.

 

campers celebratin costume day at cwk

ADDITIONAL FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

Q: Are payments required for weeks campers aren’t in attendance?

 

A: No, you only pay for the weeks you attend camp. Since we usually have a waiting list each year, we guarantee your child a place at camp once you register. You're required to pay for the week your child returns to camp--on the last day of the week your child leaves, to enforce the guarantee. Please see our policies for more information about the guarantee.

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A: Children are divided by grade.

Q: Approximately how many campers per group?

 

A: Class sizes may range from 12 to 27 campers per group.

Q: What is the adult-to-camper ratio?

 

A: Ratios are based on the grade of the class. Normally 10:1 to 13:1

Q: How frequent are the field trips?

 

A: Depends on your child's interest, age, and budget. There are different trips 3-5 days a week.

Q: What's the price range of field trips?

 

A: Field trips can range from as low as $3 to a few hundred dollars, depending on the trip. 

 Q: Do all ages attend all field trips together?

 

A: It depends. Some trips are open to all ages, and others have age requirements.

 

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cwk caprs on canoeing trip at chrlie elliott
military family on Big Day at cwk
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cwk mother and son on cwk fishing trip to charlie elliott
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cwk mother and son on a ferry to cumberland island
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