Summer Day Camp
Our goal here at The Salvation Army is to ensure that your child has a safe, fun-filled, Christ-centered summer break. That’s what we are all about. Our experienced and caring staff work hard to create a warm Christian environment to help your child learn, play and grow. Does this sound good? It gets even better…
- Arts & Crafts
- Fun, Bible-Based Education
- Sports & Crazy Games
- Field Trips
- Swimming at Swanson Pool
- and so much more!!
Please have your registration in by Tuesday, June 6, 2017.
Parent Orientations will be held on Monday, June 5, 2017 & Thursday, June 8, 2017 at 6:30pm in the chapel.
Sign up right away!
For questions or inquiries contact:
Youth Development Coordinator
office: (630)377-2769 ext. 212
Here are the application documents needed to enroll your child:
Scholarships & Financial Assistance for Summer Day Camp
A limited number of scholarships will be available based upon need. A completed scholarship application, including all requested documentation, needs to be turned in by May 8, 2017.
Learn more – FAQ
1. What ages can attend The Salvation Army’s Summer Day Camp?
The Salvation Army’s summer day camp is for any child from the Tri-City area ages 5 to 12.
2. When does Summer Day Camp begin?
Our day camp is open Monday – Friday, 7:30am – 6:00pm, beginning the Monday after school ends and runs for 8 weeks in the summer. The only exception is that we will be closed on July 4th for Independence Day! Enjoy that time with your family!
3. Will meals be provided for my child?
No. Your child needs to bring a sack lunch each day. There are two snack times throughout the day, one in the morning and one in the afternoon. The Salvation Army will provide the morning snack and each family will be asked to provide the afternoon snack.
4. What about a planned vacation? Do I still have to pay for that week?
No, but please make sure we are notified in advance. There is a minimum commitment of 5 weeks of enrollment to be a part of our Summer Day Camp.
5. What is The Salvation Army?
The Salvation Army, an international movement, is an evangelical part of the universal Christian church. Its message is based on the Bible. Its ministry is motivated by the love of God. Its mission is to preach the gospel of Jesus Christ and to meet human needs in His name without discrimination. Working in over 128 different nations, The Salvation Army has been ministering in the Tri-City area since 1951 by meeting both the physical and spiritual needs of those in our community.
6. What is the cost of Summer Day Camp?
Tuition for Summer Day Camp is $135.00 per week per child, with a $10 registration fee per child. A discounted rate is given for more than one child registered in the program. Tuition includes all supervised activities at The Salvation Army, field trips, transportation, crafts, a t-shirt, morning snacks, and more.
Part-time (3-days a week) tuition is available for $85 per week per child, with a $10 registration fee per child. A discounted rate is given for more than one child registered in the program.
In addition to the weekly tuition, each child is required to purchase a season pass to Swanson Pool at Pottawatomie Park in St. Charles. Early Bird Rates for passes are $60.00 for residents and $78.00 for non-residents. Regular season passes are $67.00 for residents and $85.00 for non-residents. Family discounts are available and scholarships may be available. Contact the St. Charles Park District for more information at (630)513-4377.