Life Camp's mission is to develop positive character through the arts and life-skills training.
Thank you for considering Life Camp. Our camp purpose is to provide a safe atmosphere with lots of fun, activities, and learning. Our camp is registered with the State of Maryland and complies with all regulations. This year our goal is to provide your child(ren) with a summer camp full of programs, adventures, and learning experiences that will be both meaningful and memorable.
Why Life Camp? - A Program Overview
Life Camp offers campers an opportunity for exposure to the arts and life skills. Character building, financial literacy, dancing, singing, acting, video production, sound production, and technical theatre are a part of the Life Camp program. Our program is designed to enrich each camp participant. In addition to the performing arts exposure, Life Camp offers life-skills classes to ages 4 through 14. Life Camp hours are from 8:00am - 4:30pm will before and aftercare services provided. The average day at Life Camp consists of free time, specialized activities, lunch, afternoon activities and field trips.
Life Camp’s directors oversee Life Camp counselors and Jr. Camp counselors. There are camp directors for each age group (4-6, 7-9, 10-12, 13-14 years).
Life Camp’s counselors work with campers daily. They directly supervise each age group. These are the primary care givers to the children.
Jr. Camp Counselors
Life Camp’s Jr. Camp counselors assist camp counselors in the supervision of children. They have been required to attend the same training as the camp counselor.
To ensure that Life Camp operates with the highest level of integrity and excellence, our administrative staff oversees the financial and administrative tasks for the camp.
Life Camp Directors, Counselors and Jr. Counselors submit to an application and interview process. Each potential employee has a criminal background check performed. After completing the background check, each employee is extensively trained on camp policies and procedures.