Policies and Procedures

TUITION COST

$250 per week, per student

Payment due two weeks prior to each camp

Multiple Camp or Family Discounts:

  • Two Camps: $225 each camp (Total $450)

  • Three Camps: $220 each camp (Total $660)

  • Four Camps: $215 each camp (Total $860)

Over Four Camps: $200 each camp

CAMP ENROLLMENT
Is secure once payment in full is collected and all forms are completed and returned to Cirque Athletics

REGISTRATION FEE
No Registration Fees

CAMP HOURS
Camp hours are 9:00am to 2:00pm. Campers should arrive between 8:50am & 9:00am and must be picked up between 2:00PM & 2:10pm. Campers dropped off before 8:50am will incur a $10 daily drop in fee. Campers picked up after 2:10 pm will incur a $10 drop in fee.

BEFORE AND AFTERCARE
Before care hours are 8:00AM – 8:55AM // $50 Per Week
Pre-registration required, space is limited. Subject to availability

Aftercare hours are 2:10PM – 3:00PM // $50 Per Week
Single day rates for after care $10 per day. Subject to availability.   

ENROLLMENT
Campers are enrolled on a first come, first served basis as per the date of receipt of the registration application and payment. Confirmation of enrollment and receipt will be sent via email.

WAITING LIST
When a camp session fills, you may enroll onto the waitlist through emailing info@cirqueathletics.com.  Applicants will be notified if space becomes available by email/phone. Tuition fees are not processed until applicants are placed in a session.

SESSION CHANGE / RESCHEDULING

Session change requests are based on the availability of spaces in camp. Please contact the front desk by email at info@cirqueathletics.com. Refunds will not be processed for cancellations or schedule changes. 

REFUNDS

Refunds may be requested until May 1, 2021 and a $50 admin fee will be deducted. After 10 days there will not be any refunds. Cancellation requests must be emailed to the front desk   at info@cirqueathletics.com prior to May 1. There are no refunds for campers dismissed from the program due to disciplinary reasons,  or for campers who choose to withdraw early from a program already in session.

MEDICAL REFUNDS

If a camper leaves due to an injury incurred at camp, a prorated portion of the tuition may be refunded. If a camper is injured prior to attending a scheduled session and it prohibits them from participating, we will consider a refund upon review of the doctor’s note.  A doctor’s note must be received prior to the start of the camp session in order to be considered for a refund.  Any tuition refunded will incur a $50 admin fee. Camp reserves the right to make exceptions to this rule without setting precedent.

RELEASE

Parents/Guardians are required to sign a general release and waiver of liability and indemnity agreement prior to camper being placed in a session. In addition to a release proof of insurance is required for all campers.

PARKING/DROP OFF/PICK UP
All campers will be dropped off and picked up in a carline fashion similar to school drop-off or pick up.  No parents or guardians will be allowed inside the facility, no exceptions. Children will be dropped off and picked up in the front driveway. There will be camp staff there to direct you into the building.

VISITORS
Circus camp is a closed space and we do not allow parents or guests to spectate during the training times.  Parents/Guardians/Visitors are not permitted to stay during camp session time.  

SNACKS

  • bring two healthy snacks per day.

  • Bring a water bottle to refill during the day.

LUNCH

  • Campers must bring their own lunch.

  • ABSOLUTELY NO PEANUT BUTTER AT CAMP! Parents, please refrain from packing peanut butter sandwiches, other nut products in your children’s lunches.

  • Campers need healthy lunches to supply them with enough energy to excel. Please send your child to camp with a good protein source and fruit and/or vegetables.

  • We do not allow soda, gum or candy, cookies other junk food at camp. Please don’t send it with the students.

  • We do not a have a microwave to heat lunches

ATTIRE

  • Campers should wear clothing that is easy to move in and appropriate for being upside down.

  • Circus girls should wear leotards or tight fitting tank tops with leggings; hair ties (hair must be up and pinned out of thier face), closed toed shoes with socks.

  • Circus boys should wear tee shirts, gym shorts, briefs (no boxer shorts), sliders or leggings for aerialist, and close toed shoes with socks.

  • Girl campers must wear black leggings and boy campers must wear black shorts every friday.

  • NO pajamas, cargo shorts or jeans, flip flops, sandals or slippers

PERSONAL ITEMS

  • NO jewelry, watches, or other valuables are allowed at camp

  • NO Electronics such as cell phones, laptops, mini computers, Ipods, MP3 players, e-readers, money or checks, and portable game consoles.

  • We do not have secure lockers for personal storage. Cirque Athletics is not responsible for any lost, stolen, or damaged items brought to camp.

HEALTH AND SAFETY

  • Personal hygiene is very important for health and our safety. Body to body contact inevitably leads to spreading of germs so keep your child’s body clean.

  • All cuts or open wounds must be covered with a bandage.

  • Campers may  not share clothes, hair ties, combs or hair brushes.

  • Campers may not share drinking containers.

  • Campers must wash their hands often and use the hand sanitizers located throughout the facility.

  • We do our best to keep the facility and equipment clean with regular sanitary maintenance. We ask our campers follow do the same.

CODE OF CONDUCT

  • All campers will adhere to the full values contract. Full Values Contract is a verbal agreement within a group to try, support, and encourage everyone to achieve their personal best. The F.V.C. is used to secure the bonds of teamwork, perseverance, and dedication in a learning environment.

  • We will ask the campers to abide by the following philosophy: “I will try everything and be respectful to my instructors; I will try everything and support and encourage myself and my friends; I will model this behavior all the time because I am a leader by example”.

  • Parents please discuss examples of good behavior with your children to aid in the cohesion and flow of camp functions.

  • The consequence for not adhering to this policy is removal from camp activities, removal from the showcase or dismissal from camp.

  • Bullying will not be tolerated under any circumstances.

SHOWCASE DETAILS

  • On the final day of the camp session, we will end the camp experience with a showcase at 1:00pm for a limited audience.

  • Doors will open at 12:50PM, show will start at 1:00pm, and completed by 2:00pm.

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