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SoWhat?

This is our summer camp for graduating 6th-12th grade students. We offer an amazing summer camp experience for teens! 

We KNOW students have been overwhelmed with all the change and unsettling that has occurred over the past year. We want to help them to settle into what's being dubbed "the new normal." To do that we have to be equipped with the right tools for dealing with many of the emotions that come with change. Our summer camp theme: NEXT is going to do just that. We want to help them with what's NEXT. 

What is  Youth Camp?

"What makes Skyview different?" So glad that you asked. At most summer camps there is a huge emphasis on kids having FUN and making memories! While those things are important, we think that CHRIST should be plugged right into the middle of those experiences. If we provide those things without also showing them WHO Jesus is, then we've missed out on the ONE PERSON who can truly create change in their hearts!

What Skyview offers is an experience better than "rustic" and more low-tech than other camps costing much more in price. The point of low-tech is that they learn the value of being relational and connecting in ways that promote new friendships rather than simply being "entertained." Skyview is a "safe space" to let kids be themselves and to be poured into by adults who care! We don't cater to the "cool kids" or the "crowd mentality", we are here to make camp meaningful for EVERY student from every economic background and school.

Horseback riding, rock wall, zip line, lakes, swimming pool, canoeing, paintball, gagaball, basketball, air square, they've got it all! At skyview we not only create engaging environments but lifelong friendships are forged on trail rides, eating meals together, and singing around a campfire at night. 

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What is the Cost?

We've ALL been hit hard financially! We know this has impacted MANY of our families, that's why our camp this year is just $220!

 

Other area camps cost $450-$500! We know, we've looked! We want to make sure that your student(s) is able to attend so we keep the cost down.

A limited number of scholarships are available! 

 Email Pastor Mark for info

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What is the Schedule?

Tuesday, June 1st

10:30 – Students arrive at Skyview 

11:00 – Tribe Sports  (SHBC to handle)

12:00 PM – Lunch

1:30 – Group Activities 1 (Lake Open)

3:00 - Group Activities 2 (Lake Open)

5:00 – Shower & Clean up

5:30 – Dinner

7:00 – Evening Session

10:00 – Middle School Lodge Tournaments 

High School “Camp Hoe Down”

11:00 - Middle School in cabins

12:00 – High School in cabins

 

Wednesday, June 2nd

7:30 – Wake up & clean up

8:00 – Breakfast

9:00 – Morning Session

9:30 – Girls/Guys Group Bible Study

11:00 – Spirit Sports

12:00 PM – Lunch

1:30 – Group Activities 1 (Lake Open)

3:00 - Group Activities 2 (Lake Open)

3:00 – Paintball – cost is $25 to play

5:00 – Shower & Clean up

5:30 – Dinner

7:00 – Evening Session

10:00 – Night Activity: ALL CAMP Tournaments for Gagaball, carpetball, and 3 on 3 basketball

12:00 – Lights out

 

Thursday, June 3rd

7:30 – Wake up & clean up

8:00 – Breakfast

9:00 – Morning Session

9:30 – Girls/Guys Group Bible Study

11:00 – Spirit Sports

12:00 PM – Lunch

7:00 – Evening Session

10:00 – Pool for Evening Swim and Baptisms

12:00 – Lights out

 

Friday, June 4th

7:30 – Wake up & clean up

8:00 – Breakfast

9:00 – Morning Session & Girls/Guys Group Bible Study

11:00 – TRIBE Sports

12:00 PM – Lunch

12:45 – Pack up/Clean up cabins

1:30 – Pull out for Church

3:00 – Parent Pickup!

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You Found the Packing List!

  • Clothes that can get ruined in mud war (t-shirt and shorts/shoes)

  • Prescription medication to be given to nurse at drop-off

  • Glasses/contacts and cleaning solution

  • Light jacket or sweatshirt

  • 6 pair underwear & socks

  • Light jacket or sweatshirt

  • 2-3 pair of jeans

  • 5 pair of shorts (fingertip length please)

  • 6-8 shirts/t-shirts (no cleavage or tanktops please)

  • Swimsuit: one piece or modest tankini

  • Sunglasses

  • Raingear or umbrella

  • Pajamas

  • Flip flops for pool/shower

  • Tennis shoes or closed toe shoes for horseback riding

  • Socks

  • Bedding or sleeping bag

  • Beach towels -- can be used for bath or swimming

  • Shower Items

  • Toiletries & tissues

  • Comb or brush

  • Deodorant

  • feminine hygiene products

  • Shampoo/Soap

  • Sunblock

  • Toothbrush, toothbrush container, and toothpaste

  • Bug repellant

  • Camera

  • Flashlight 

  • Laundry bag/trashbag for dirty clothes

  • Reusable water bottle or canteen

  • Spending money (in small bills/change)

 

*Please remind students to limit cell phone usage to free time and to “look up”

Click on the file below to download a PDF of the packing list