KILLEARN KIDS CAMPS
We are committed to sharing God's love and the Word with families that come to our campus. We want every child to know they are loved and cared for by the Lord. Our staff is trained to provide an atmosphere where children feel appreciated and can be themselves. Activities are chosen to provide children with an opportunity to learn, grow, and most importantly HAVE FUN!
AFTER SCHOOL PROGRAM
The After School Program accommodates students from kindergarten through fifth grade, and includes outdoor play, crafts, homework room, Wednesday Chapel, free choices and other forms of structured and unstructured play. We will pick up your children from school and bring them to our campus. We pick up from the following schools: Desoto Trail, Roberts, Killearn Lakes, and Hawks Rise. Leon County Schools will drop off from: Gilchrist. Students must be picked up by 6 PM.
PHONE: (850) 508-1777
HOURS: Pickup from school - 6 PM
Rates and Fees
After School fees are due every 18 school days. Please see the After School calendar for the exact dates. A $10 late fee will be assessed five school days after the due date each month. Children must be registered on a monthly basis. Our preferred payment method is online, but you may give your check to a staff member at drop off.
*Since we do not provide the transportation from Gilchrist, tuition for those families will be $10 less on each due date.
$ 50 Supply fee per child with a $100 max per family
$175 Full Time per month, per child
$140 Each additional child in the same family
$ 35 All day recreation (enrolled in ASC)
$ 30 (Second child)
$ 40 All day recreation (NOT enrolled in ASC)
SUMMER DAY CAMP
We want every child to know they are loved and cared for by the Lord and the staff here at Killearn Kids. Our campers are grouped by grade, and cared for by two counselors who plan activities and accompany them to their classes and field trips.
PHONE: (850) 508-1777
HOURS: 7:30 AM - 6 PM, Monday - Friday
Summer Camp 2021 will run from June 21- July 30. Camp will be closed on Monday, July 5, and fees will be reduced to $120 per child and $100 per sibling for that week. Camp is available for students who are rising Kindergarteners through rising 6th graders.
Rates and Fees
Weekly tuition is due on the first day of the week by 6 PM. If payment is received after the first day of camp, a $10 late fee will be added to your account. Our preferred method of payment is online, but you may give your check to a staff member at drop off. You will not be able to make payments through our online portal until you are registered in our system.
$ 50 non-refundable supply fee per child (max $100 per family)
$150 per child, per week
$115 per week for each sibling in the same week
While on campus your child will participate in various activities that are listed below. The classes will have 45 minute sessions that they will rotate through during the day.
Lunch and Snack
Your child will need to bring a nutritious lunch every day. A sack lunch is preferred, but lunch boxes are acceptable. We will supply a pre-packaged afternoon snack for your child.
Every morning, the campers will spend time in chapel learning more about God and His Word through worship, Bible stories, and verse and Catechism memorization.
Campers will be exposed to a wide variety of music, and activities, and will have fun learning the songs and motions of our camp musical held each year in July.
Campers will have the opportunity to participate in crafts and fun projects each week. We have found that this is a wonderful way for child to stimulate their minds and learn how to work together to create and build things.
Video Game Room
This room is a favorite with many of our campers. The children can choose from an assortment of “E” and “K” rated games to use on our various game systems.
Our staff will lead games to keep your kids physically active and having fun. Teamwork, fair play and sensitivity to others’ feelings is promoted. (Leader will stop games for regular water breaks.)
Room time gives our campers a time to kick back, and choose what they want to do in their classroom. Board games, manipulatives, and drawing materials are provided for the children. Special counselor led projects are often done at this time.
After lunch and playground time the whole camp retires to their rooms for rest and relaxation. While the campers are stretched out resting, they are read aloud to by their counselors and then given the opportunity to pull out their own books from home for individual reading time. This is a great time to let your children get their summer reading done.
Field Trips and More
All our classes this year will have one field trip a week. These field trips will be much different than in the past, and we have put up all the safeguards in place that we need to keep your children safe and healthy.
Swim options: Killearn Lakes Swim Club, Wakulla Springs, Jack McLean Aquatics Center
Potential field trip destinations: Wakulla Springs, Panacea Marine Lab, Flippin’ Great Pinball, and much more!