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Rates & Hours

  • Registration: $25/camper

  • Jr Camp (Rising PS-PK): 

    • $150/week (8:00 am - 3:30 pm)

  • Camp (Rising K-8th):

    • $120/week (8:00 am - 3:30 pm)

  • After Care:

    • $20/week (3:30 pm - 5:30 pm)

 No multi-child discount is available.

50% deposit (non-refundable) is due at time of Registration fee payment.

Remainder of payments due:

Week 1 - Week 4: by May 20, 2021

Week 5 - Week 9: by June 20, 2021

Ages & Groups
  • Jr Camp - Rising PS - PK (3s and 4s)

    • Ratio is 1 camp counselor to 10 children.

  • Camp - Rising K - 8th grade students

    • Ratio is 1 camp counselor to 20 children.​

    • Where possible we split this camp into two groups (younger and older).

Junior counselors assist with each group.

Camp Schedule

 

8:00 am - 8:30 am…….Drop Off

8:00 am…..Centers

8:30 am…..Circle Time 

                 (Check In with Campers/Share Today’s Schedule)

8:45 am…..Theme Activity

9:15 am…..Recess

10:00 am…Snack (brought from home)

10:30 am…Bible Activity 

11:00 am…Theme Activity

11:30 am…Centers

12:00 pm…Lunch (brought from home)

12:00 pm…Theme Activity

12:30 pm…Recess

1:15 pm…..Story Time

1:30 pm…..Jr Campers - Rest Time

                   Campers – Theme Activity

2:45 pm…..Recess

3:30 pm – 3:45 pm………Pick Up

After Care Schedule

 

3:45 pm – Snack (brought from home)

4:00 pm – Recess

4:45 pm - Centers

5:30 pm - Latest time for pick up

Join us for one week or consider spending the whole summer with us.

Daily devotions with our campers and weekly Bible verses set the tone for engaging, Christ-centered camps.

     *At this time ALL weeks are filled for our rising PS & rising PK camp 
     *Weeks 1, 2, 4, & 9 are filled for our rising Kindergarten and rising 1st grade camps (with very limited spots in the other weeks).
     *All other age groups and weeks have limited spots available.

     *We do have a waiting list available.

Week 1:  June 6 - 10

Sports of All Sorts Camp

How many sports can we fit into a week? Let’s find out as we wear ourselves silly with as many games, matches, and tournaments as we can pack into our first week of camp.  Campers, your team is counting on you!  

 

Week 2:  June 13 - 17                                    

Bees, Butterflies, Lady Bugs, Oh My Camp

What do bees, butterflies, and lady bugs do all day? Where do they live? Campers will get to explore the hidden world of bees, butterflies, lady bugs, and more to find out about the hidden world of God’s teeny-tiny creatures. 

 

Week 3:  June 20 - 24

Summer Safari Camp

Why do lions roar? Why do hyenas laugh? Campers will hop into their imaginary jeep to engage their imaginations. They will learn about which animal is the strongest, the fastest or the friendliest. 

 

Week 4:  June 27 - July 1

Movers, Shakers, and Gizmo Makers Camp

Do you dream and figure out a way to make that dream a reality? Campers will brainstorm, plan, and astonish everyone with their creative contraptions. Campers will be up to the engineering challenge.

Week 5:  July 5 - 8 (closed July 4)      

Christmas In July Camp

Join us for a week of Christmas celebrations in the heat of the summer! You’ll be feeling the Christmas spirit as we make ornaments, learn about how the birth of Christ is celebrated around the world, and even sing some Christmas carols! Merry Christmas all year long.

Week 6:  July 11 - 15

Lights, Camera, Action Camp

They say the neon lights are bright…..on Broadway. Students in this camp will explore all aspects of theatre, through acting exercises, theatre games, dance numbers, use of puppets, and much more, culminating in a camp variety show performance.

 

Week 7:  July 18 - 22         

Say “Yes” to the Mess Camp                                 

This is the quintessential arts and crafts camp - a literal hodgepodge of activities and mediums that include crayons, pottery, bamboo, cloth, clay, duct tape...the sky is the limit. There will be blending, molding, sculpting, pasting, painting...and fun!

 

Week 8:  July 25 - 29

Cooking & Books Camp

We will adventure through books that have a little cooking to inspire our journey.

 

Week 9: August 1 - 5         

Under the Sea Camp   

Anyone for a game of sharks and minnows? Want to make a Soctopus? Mermaids, shells, fish, whales and did we mention SHARKS abound as we explore life under the sea through nature and craft projects, storytelling, skits, and friendly competitions.

 

ILS is closed August 8 until the first day of school so the classrooms will be ready for the academic school year.