Rose of Hope Summer Camp
Student Camp 2020 Application
Camp of the Creative Arts
NOTE: Don't forget to complete steps 2-4 to officially complete your camp registration. Just because you submit an application, does not mean that your application was received in time to be processed successfully.
We will visit a different Indy Parks each week, and we will swim at different swimming pools each week as well.
We have FUN field trips: Cosmic bowling, glow-in-dark golf, Monkey Joe's, Physical Fitness Center, Peace Learning Center, Monday Movies, Fishing trip, and Indiana Fever Kids Day.
Now that you have completed STEP 1 of registration...
- Free lunch will be offered, but parents are responsible for providing lunch during wild life field trip days, and Monday movie days (parents should become familiar with the camp schedule to provide the appropriate essentials for their child/ren).
-Parents MUST BRING THEIR CHILDREN to the mandatory Parent Orientation Meeting. Camp administration wants to meet your children, and they need to select their water bottle, and lunch bag at the meeting. Campers will also receive their camp t-shirt.
List of what your child needs for camp:
1. Indygo youth ID badge
Note: (Parents can go to the Indygo office, downtown Indianapolis, and the cost is $2). Parents must bring the Indygo badge to the scheduled Parent Orientation Meeting. The ID can be used to prove the age of your camper.
2. Tennis shoes, not sandals.
Note: Tennis shoes need to be worn everyday to camp.
3. Swim gear and an old school book bag (Parents do not need to buy brand new backpacks for the camp. Bags that students have worn to school before are just fine).