Camp Artemis 2019


Camp Artemis 2019
Date/Time
Registration Begins
1/1/2019
Last Day To Register
5/15/2019
Location
250 Scout Ranch Rd
Boulder Creek, CA 95006, US
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What is Camp Artemis? Camp Artemis is open to all girls in 5th - 12th grade and focuses on developing leadership skills through Outdoor Education. With adult staff guidance, youth staff members (ALTA – Artemis Leadership Training Adventure) have worked throughout the year to develop plans for the camp. These include hiking, backpacking, archery, swimming and outdoor skills. We believe that the 11 facets of leadership are best taught in a setting where outdoor living and outdoor fun are the focus; and the skills learned are easily applied during daily camp activities. Camp Artemis is a unique experience because unlike most day camps and Girl Scout camps, Camp Artemis is run by girls for girls. A typical day at Artemis may include swimming, sing-alongs, phase pride, legends, archery, ceremonies, hiking, camp spirit, and much, much more.

What is ALTA? ALTA (Artemis Leadership Training Adventure) is a year long program where the youth leaders learn to teach 11 leadership competencies while preparing and executing plans for camp, along with developing other skills in marketing, budgeting, event planning, counseling, etc. To be eligible to be a youth leader, all applicants must have completed 8th grade, be 14 years old by the time of camp, and a Phase Three graduate in addition to being interviewed and accepted into the program. ALTA meets for one weekend a month throughout the year.

What are Phases? Campers are divided into phases by age, camping experience, and maturity. Staffers will make final decisions regarding phase placement after reviewing each registration form and camper at the mandatory June Orientation Day. All 3 phases focus on learning leadership and outdoor skills. Completions of previous phases are not required for entrance into any phase.

What is Phase 1? Group/Patrol Leader Introduction Phase 1 is for girls generally entering 5th – 6th grade; no camping experience is necessary. Girls will experience the dynamics and power of a close-knit patrol. They are exposed to the responsibilities of group and patrol membership as well as leadership skills. There will be one overnight backpacking trip between 2-4 miles.

What is Phase 2? Group/Patrol Leader Development Phase 2 is for girls generally entering 7th-8th grade; camping experience and outdoor skills are desirable. Their training will assist them in becoming a leader of small groups. Participants are exposed to advanced levels of leadership competencies and are given guided opportunities to lead a group/patrol. There will be one overnight backpacking trip between 6-10 miles.

What is Phase 3? Advanced Group/Patrol Leadership Development Phase 3 is for girls generally entering 9th-12th grade; skills and knowledge in first aid, cooking, and camping experience are preferred but not required. Participants practice leadership skills at the highest level in a high adventure setting. Girls will backpack for a total of approximately 20 miles during two backpacking trips.

Important Camp Details:

• Mandatory camp orientation June 22, 2019 from 9:00AM to 2:00PM.

• Reunion Saturday August 24, 2019 from 9:00AM to 2:00PM.

• Campers are expected to attend the course in its entirety. Late arrivals will not be accepted unless approved by the Camp Director. Early dismissals for health and injury reasons only.

• Campers must bring all equipment on the list, If this poses a hardship, please contact the Camp Director.

• The Camp Artemis Medical Release Form is due May 1, 2019. We will closely analyze the special needs to see if accommodations can possibly be made within the constraints of our food service, site, and budget.

• Camp Artemis fees/balances must be paid in full May 1, 2019.

Camp Artemis costs $425 per girl.

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