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Summer Camp Registration



Online registration for Trinity School’s 2017 Summer Camps is now open, and there is an early bird discount of $10 per camper if they are registered and paid for by May 14, 2017.

Summer Camp Policies
Camper Drop-off/Pick-up

Campers may be dropped off at Trinity School as early as twenty minutes before the start of their particular camp.


Please note:
Camps with low enrollment prior to the start date may be removed from the summer camp schedule. If this occurs, we will contact families at least two weeks prior to the start of camp. A full refund will be issued if Trinity School cancels a camp. All administrative fees are nonrefundable. No refunds will be made after camp starts except for serious injury or illness. For more information on Trinity's summer camps, please contact Syvil Dunlap, our Director of Summer Programs

(summerprograms@tsdch.org).

A Camper Permission and Waiver Form must be completed by June 1, 2017.


Additional Summer Opportunities

Trinity School is pleased to share Summer Opportunities and Learning Adventures, an extensive compilation of information on local, national, and worldwide programs that may interest families looking for enrichment experiences during the school year or the summer months. Distributed by our College Counseling Office in the Upper School, it is applicable especially for older students, but some information may be of interest to younger students as well.


Summer Drama camp

Frequently Asked Questions

Summer Camp Hours

Times will vary. Please check the camp listing for specific camp times.

Who can register to attend a summer camp?

Camps are offered for children and youth ages 5–17. Register your child based on his or her rising 2017–2018 grade.

Is there an Early Bird discount?

There is an Early Bird discount of $10.00 for each camper, and this is automatically applied when you complete your registration during the Early Bird discount period (until May 14).

What forms of payment are accepted for summer camps?

Our online registration system, Veracross, accepts Visa, MasterCard, and checks. Camp registrations are not confirmed until payment is made in full.

What are the cancellation/refund/withdrawal policies?

When you register for camp, an administration fee is charged per camper. If you decide to cancel your registration before June 1, Trinity School will reimburse monies paid in excess of the administration fee. You must request this cancellation in writing before June 1. After June 1, no refunds will be given and full payment is due.

Campers who withdraw less than two weeks prior to camp will receive a 50% refund. There will be no refunds after the camps start except for serious injury or illness. Trinity School reserves the right to cancel any camp based on enrollment or other circumstances. Should Trinity School cancel a program in which your child is enrolled, you will be offered a 100% refund or credit towards another camp. Trinity School reserves the right to change or modify camp activities due to weather or other circumstances.


My camper is sick—what should I do?

For the safety and wellness of all campers, please notify the Trinity School Summer Camp office (via email at summerprograms@tsdch.org or by phone at 919-408-7928) if your child is ill and will be absent from camp. This information will be passed on to the appropriate teacher or director.

What are Trinity’s expectations for campers?

Trinity School expects campers to demonstrate respect toward all camp staff members and fellow campers at all times while attending Trinity School camps. Campers are expected to act responsibly, be kind to others, keep all facilities clean, and follow simple directions. Students dismissed for behavioral reasons will not receive a refund.

Are cell phones, iPods, iPads, and electronic games allowed on campus?

Unless the device is utilized in a camp class, we ask that if your camper brings a cell phone or electronic device of any kind to Trinity summer camps it remain in a book bag, backpack, or tote so that it is not accessible during the day.

What should my student bring to camp? Where do I drop off/pick up my camper?

All families will receive an email approximately two weeks before the start date of camp with specific camp details regarding location, dropoff and pickup, and what to bring for camp.

How do I reach camp staff members during the day?

Summer camp staff can be reached by email at summerprograms@tsdch.org or by phone at 919 408-7928.