Campus Life

Summer Camp

Adventure Camp 2024:

Adventure Camp: rising PK4-5th grade

June 3-7, STEM
June 10-14, Community Helpers
June 17-21, Arts
June 24-28, Outdoor Recreation
July 8-12, Sports Introduction
July 15-19, Nature and Culinary

Full Day Camp: 9:00 a.m. - 3:30 p.m., $315
Half Day Camp: 9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m., $200
Early Bird: 8:00 - 9:00 a.m., $50
Extended Care: 3:30 p.m. - 5:30 p.m., $100
Lunch: $40/week (optional)

Sports Summer Camps

All sports camps are $300 and take place from 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m., Monday-Friday (except PK/K Tennis)

Baseball
- Rising 4th-8th
Girls Basketball 
- Rising K-8th

Boys Basketball - Rising K-8th
Cheer
- Rising 1st-4th
Chess
- Rising PK4-K | 1st-6th
Football
- Rising K-8th
Girls Lacrosse Camp
- Rising K-8th
Boys Lacrosse Camp- Rising K-8th
Boys Soccer
- Rising K-8th
Preschool Soccer - Rising PK4
Softball - Rising 4th-8th
Speed Development - Rising K-7th
Tennis
- Rising PK4-K | 1st-4th
Volleyball - Rising 1st-8th
Create a parent account with Popsicle to get started, or click "enroll" on one of the classes below.
Detailed registration instructions.

Note: Please use GRADE to filter classes. Do not use AGE.

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  • SUMMER CAMP POLICIES

    Can I cancel my registration?
    You may cancel your registration by emailing summercamps@mountpisgahschool.org. The cancellation deadline is 10 days prior to the week of attendance. No refunds will be given after this time unless a doctor's note is provided.

    Where is Adventure Camp?
    Adventure Camp for rising PK3-4th graders is on our MPCS Lower School Campus (white brick). Please enter through the front doors, which will be clearly marked. 
     
    Where are Sports Camps?
    Sports Camps will be at our Patriot Athletic Field (PAC) at 9825 Brumbelow Rd, Johns Creek, GA 30022 or at The Drummond Center Gymnasium

    What portion of the day is spent outside at Adventure Camp?
    Students will be outside as much as possible, with strong consideration given to weather and heat.

    What should my child bring to Adventure Camp?
    Campers should wear running shoes or sneakers and comfortable summer clothing and a water bottle and snack labeled with his or her name. 

    What about lunch?
    Full Day campers have the option to either sign up for lunch provided at camp ($40/week) or to bring their own lunch. If you choose to bring your own lunch, please bring one that does not require refrigeration.

    What are the camp hours?
    Adventure Camp Full Day: 9:00-3:30
    Half Day - Adventure/Sports Camps: 9:00-12:30
    Before Care: 8:00-9:00
    Extended Care: 3:30-5:30

    Can I drop my child off after 9:00 a.m.?
    We accept late drop-offs all day, you do not need to schedule a late drop-off ahead of time.

    Can I pick my camper up before 3:30 p.m.?
    We do accommodate scheduled early pick-ups. They must be checked out through the Camp Manager at the Front Door of the School for Adventure Camps and through the instructor for Sports Camps. 

    Can my camper attend a partial week of camp?
    You are welcome to register your camper for a week of camp even if he/she will only be able to attend part of that week. However, we do not prorate for partially attended weeks of camp. Camp is only offered at a weekly rate.

    What is your policy on behavior problems?
    Parents will be contacted if there is a continuous problem of non-participation, bullying, or behavior that is disrespectful to fellow campers or camp staff. Parents will be notified after the camper has been through the following disciplinary process: warning, timeout (5-10 minutes), sit out of an activity, sent to leadership. If issues continue after parents have been contacted, the camper will be sent home for the remainder of the week. If your child is sent home for a disciplinary issue you will not be eligible for a refund for that week.

    Do you accommodate children with special needs or other specific accommodations?
    Although we desire to accommodate all children, we unfortunately are not able to accommodate children who are unable to function within our camp structure. This would include but is not limited to children who have physical disabilities, do not speak English, or need constant medical assistance throughout the day.  

    Does my child need health insurance to attend MPCS Summer Camps?
    Yes, in your registration please fill out the insurance and primary care physician information for your child. If you currently do not have insurance for your child, go to https://www.healthcare.gov/medicaid-chip/childrens-health-insurance-program/ or Peach Care for affordable options.

    Medical Forms: 
    Please fill out and return all applicable forms to summercamps@mountpisgahschool.org. MPCS students, if this year's forms are up-to-date, they are on file.

    Non-MPCS students must fill out THIS FORM

    Authorization for NON-PRESCRIPTION Medication/Treatment
    How will I drop off and pick up my child?
    Students will be dropped off at a carpool line outside and picked up via a carpool lane outside.

    Do you allow food containing peanuts or other nuts?
    MPCS Summer Camps has a no-nut policy for any food items brought to camp. Any lunch item containing nuts or nut products of any kind discovered by your child’s counselor will be sent back home with camper.