Entering Grades 10-Age 17
Entering Grades 10-Age 17
GENEVA High School offers a wide variety of programs for campers who are entering grades 10-12 and under 18 years old. High School sessions vary by length, location and type of program. Choose a session that works for your child to attend, and make sure to be aware of a few basic guidelines prior to registration.
Classic builds on all the best camp memories and amplifies the focus on community and worship. Many of your camp favorites will continue, including Challenge Island, beach time, games, and even some new activities! Classic involves a change of pace which brings deep interaction with one another and scripture as we embrace who God is creating us to be.
Join the Pack & Paddle crew and experience the wonder of God’s creation as you spend the week backpacking and canoeing portions of the Manistee National Forest and the Manistee River. Whether you are new to backpacking and paddling, or you already have experience, this trip is designed to meet you where you are at. Overall, you’ll hike 10 miles over 2 days and spend a day and a half canoeing, all while learning skills you can use in your future outdoor adventures. GENEVA’s guide who is also an RN, as well as summer staff, engage campers and weave worship and relationship throughout the week. Relationships are forged and scripture comes alive in the intense beauty of this week.
The CONNECT day camp program serves middle and high school male campers with High-functioning Autism. Campers focus on social skills, physical activity, and spiritual growth, under the care of counselors with experiences and expertise that make them passionate about serving in this program. This day camp program runs Monday-Thursday with an option to stay overnight Thursday night in a cabin and engage in extra evening activities and closing the week Friday morning.
Email email@example.com to determine if CONNECT is a good fit for your son and for instructions for registering.
Water Week combines water sports and a lifeguard certification course with camp! Activities like kayaking, tubing, challenge island, worship and Bible study fill our days in addition to lifeguard training. Pre-camp course work is required and campers must pass swim and written tests, and lifesaving skills demonstrations for certification. Once certified, campers may return in later weeks to help lifeguard or teach swim lessons. Note: The Red Cross requires lifeguard certification candidates to be 15 years or older.
Experience what it is like to be Geneva staff firsthand by partnering with a counselor and guiding a cabin group through the week. This is a two-week program, the first week focuses on developing the CIT community and studying scripture together while learning the rhythms of camp. In the second week involves leading a Shores cabin alongside a seasoned counselor to help run the program and invest in younger campers. Read more here.
Applications must be received by February 28. An interview will follow to determine acceptance into this program. Note that CITs return home during the weekend in the middle of their 2- week session.
|Wake up / cabin clean up
|TAWG (personal Time Alone With God)
|Group activity, camp game
|Cabin devos, lights out
|Typical days for the other high school camps will be in the confirmation packet
• Some sessions fill up very quickly – we recommend having a backup session (or two) in case your first choice fills up.
• Campers can come in individually, in pairs, or a fill-a-cabin. We do not allow groups of three, four, five, etc., and we do not allow one camper to come with two buddies
• Prior to the start of registration, we encourage you to create your family’s account.
• For more info, read through the FAQs!
All items should be labeled with camper’s full name.
Note: These packing lists are also included in the Printable Confirmation Packet below and in the confirmation we emailed shortly after you registered.
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These items are not permitted and will be held by the counselor and returned at the end of the week.
Punch cards are the best way for High School campers to make purchases from the camp store, where they can buy snacks, apparel, and more. You can choose the amount of spending money they’ll have for their week of camp ($15, $30, or $40), and the punch card will be on the back of their nametag. Punch cards are less likely than cash to be misplaced, and if there is money remaining at the end of the week, you are able to get a refund in the camp store.
The $10.00 Tie-Dye Fee pays for a pillow case or a white GENEVA t-shirt for your camper to tie-dye. There will be an alternative activity for campers who choose not to tie-dye. Alternatively, tie-dying is free if your camper supplies their own white t-shirt or pillow case. We recommend these items be 100% cotton, washed and pre-shrunk with no fabric softener. Your camper can cover the cost of a shirt or pillow case with their punch card while they are at camp.