FAQs

What ages do campers have to be to attend Agnes Scott Summer Sports Camp?

Campers 7-14 years old are eligible to attend camp. Children must have turned  7 years of age before May 1.

What do campers need to bring to camp?

Campers should come to camp appropriately dressed, in athletic clothes and shoes. Campers can bring water bottles (please do not send Gatorade, Powerade, etc) and any equipment that may be applicable for their sport specific session.

What does the typical day at camp look like?

  • 8:30am - 8:45am – Drop Off 
  • 8:45am - 11:30am – Session 1
  • 11:45am - 12:45pm – Lunch/Pick up for Session 1 only campers
  • 1:00pm - 3:30pm – Session 2
  • 3:30pm - 4:30pm – Free Swim
  • 4:45pm – PICK UP

What about lunch?

Campers may choose to bring their lunch from home or buy lunch for the week (during the registration process) for an additional $55. 

Can I drop my camper off early? Can I pick them up later?

Absolutely! During the registration process there is an additional $10 fee for early drop off and late pick up. Early drop off is 8:15am and late pick up is no later than 5:00pm. IMPORTANT: A $20 fee will be assessed after 5:00pm for the first five minutes. Then $5/minute for each minute after that a child is not picked up.

Are campers broken down into age groups?

Yes. As you can see in the registration process, 2 groups of sessions are offered. Sessions are grouped ages 7-10 and 11-14. Within those sessions, campers will be paired with age and skill groups accordingly.

Who are the counselors for camp?

All of our camp counselors are college athletes who can bring their skills and experience to our sports specific model.

Can I just register my camper for a half-day session?

Yes! For example, if your child is just interested in coming half-day you can simply register for the specific date for a half-day and appropriate age group for your camper.

What if I have additional questions?

All questions can be directed to Allison Kern, Assistant Director of Athletics for External Relations & Camps. She can be reached at akern@agnesscott.edu