Boundless Enrichment Summer Camp FAQs
What are the camp hours of operation?
Camp begins at 9 a.m. and ends at 4 p.m. Monday through Friday.
Do you offer curbside drop-off?
Yes, we do! We have a safe plan for curbside drop-off so that parents can avoid parking and escorting their children to camp daily.
Do you offer early drop-off or late pick-up?
We really want to accommodate working parents. If there is enough of a need, we will do our best to implement this.
For active children, does the camp include activities which are physical in nature?
Absolutely! We have many physical activities including yoga, karate, dance, fitness fun, and many more.
Is the camp mostly for children interested in acting and performing arts?
Not at all! Our camp has a balanced mix of several different types of enrichment activities and we truly think we’ve included something for every type of child.
Will lunch and snack be included?
We will provide certain snacks throughout the week, but we require that all campers bring a bag lunch and one snack daily. We would love to pair with a healthy food service in the future, but since we are a start-up, we are trying to keep it simple our first year out of the gate.
Will there be any field trips taken?
We will be taking regular, local, walkable field trips such as our weekly Menchis visit, but in terms of field trips that require transportation, this is only something we could consider with parent involvement… although we aren’t opposed to it!
What is the ratio of campers to adults?
We are firm believers that children thrive in smaller groups because there is the ability for more individualized attention. For this reason, our ratio of campers to adults in 5:1, as well as we have teen counselors present at all times to assist.
Will campers participate in mixed-age groups?
This all depends on enrollment, but we also believe that mixed-ages are beneficial for both the older, and the younger child. By serving a range of students within a small chronological age-span, the norm becomes a range of abilities rather than the expectation that everyone is at the same level. Mixed-age groups are like a family, with the older campers nurturing and motivating the younger ones.