Campers must be 14-18 years old at the start of the camp they are attending.
Each camp is $605 - our early bird special is $530 through April 1!
A non-refundable $150 deposit is required upon registration. Payment is due in full by the start of the camp. Campers have the additional option of paying for the camp in full upon registration. If you cancel before the first day of camp, you will be refunded anything you have paid above the $150 deposit. If you cancel on or after the first day of camp (Sunday of the camp week), we cannot offer any refunds.
PHC Teen Camps is proud to offer certificates of completion to homeschooling families for all of our camps. This $50 fee covers the extra resources necessary to assess your student's work in the camp and provide you with the Academic Certificate (including an academic description and a letter grade).
Transportation is available to and from Washington Dulles International Airport (IAD) only. This $15 fee covers the cost for one-way transportation.
Campers attending two consecutive camps can pay a $75 weekend fee to stay on campus the weekend between the camps. The fee covers the cost of housing, four meals, and counselor supervision.
Our goal at PHC Teen Leadership Camps has always been to be back on campus this summer. Here in Virginia, the Governor’s office has reopened overnight camps with a couple of key requirements for camps to open:
The State of Virginia requires all students to either 1. show evidence of a negative Covid-19 test within 7 days of arrival or 2. self-isolate with your family for 14 days before arrival. The Teen Camp Coordinator will contact you in advance to verify which option you choose.
Face coverings, completely covering nose and mouth, will be required while in the shuttle buses from the airport and while walking or standing within the indoor facilities. Face coverings will not be required while outside, in dormitories, sitting in classes or chapel. In the event a camper is unable to wear a cloth face covering, a face shield will provided.
SELF-ISOLATION, TESTING, AND QUARANTINE PLAN
Each counselor will ask a daily basic sickness symptoms questionnaire of the students in their wing. If a student develops symptoms, the camper will be required to self-isolate in their dorm room and will be able to participate in camp lectures & chapel via Zoom. At that time, the primary parent will be contacted concerning the possible next steps of self-isolation, testing, and/or quarantine.
We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause you. We seek to be wise and to be good stewards of the opportunity to have overnight camps again at PHC and we look forward to seeing your campers this summer!