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FDS Overnight Camp

 FDS Overnight Camp!

We are ready for Summer 2022! 

Boys and Girls 7+!

Space is limited

(First come – First serve)

July 31st - August 6th, 2022

Come to join FDS for an Annual Overnight Summer Camp that you will never forget! 

This summer, the overnight camp will be exploring the campgrounds at the beautiful and one of our favorite location Calvin Crest, in the mountainous surroundings of Oakhurst, CA located near the Yosemite National Park. 

Package includes, but is not limited to...

  • 24 Hours Staff and Supervision!

  • Food: Three meals per day, snacks, beverages, etc.

  • Dance and Gymnastics Classes: Each day dancers attend classes to learn new techniques and learn fun new dances.

  • Charter Bus Transportation: Luxury air-conditioned buses transport our campers to and from our Mountain View Location to Calvin Crest Camp. 

  • Accommodations: Each cabin comes equipped with 2-4 bunk beds, a private bathroom, and extra storage space for all of your personal belongings.

  • FDS Camp Activities: Calvin Crest Swimming Pool, Basketballs, Footballs, Tennis, Softballs, Volleyballs, Horse Shoe Pits, Movie Night, Karaoke, FDS Stars of the Night Hike. 

  • FDS Premium Activities: Calvin Crest Aerial Adventure Course, Archery, Boats & Kayaks, Broomball, Climbing Wall, Flume, Gaga Ball, Game Tables, Giant Swing, Nine-Square-In-The-Air, and Zip Line.

  • FDS Camp T-Shirt

  • And much more…

2022 Fees...

  • One Week Camp Session - Price $1150

Payment Options:

  • FDS’s students - $100 NON-Refundable Deposit for each camper by February 28th, 2022.

  • Non-FDS students - $100 NON-Refundable Deposit for each camper. Registration from March 1st, 2022

  • Enrollments after June 1st, 2022 require payment in full.

  • Please make payments with Cash or Check to Fantasy Dance School.

Cancelation Policy:

  • Before June 1st, 2022 - $100 NON-Refundable Deposit/Cancellation Fee

  • After June 1st, 2022 - 50% Cancellation Fee

  • After July 10th, 2022 - All camp fees are non-refundable and non-transferable

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Prepare for Camp…

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* NOTE: To secure your registration and spot, ALL forms must be completed and turned in to the office with your deposit. 

Or Call to reserve your spot: (650) 965-4135

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Fantasy Dance School - Family, Student, and Parent Policy

FDS team is diligently working with state and local officials to develop safety protocols in line with industry best practices. As this is an ever-evolving process with new information arriving daily, and health and safety is our top priority, we will notify our campers with any updates. 

As we've learned over the past year, it's difficult to predict what will happen with the COVID-19 virus from month to month. With the distribution of vaccines now beginning, we remain optimistic that life will start to look closer to normal this summer.
Over the next six months, we will continue to assess our policies and protocols, providing you with updates.  We remain prepared to operate FDS Summer Overnight Camp under the health guidelines that are in place and recommended for summer overnight camps for 2022.

WILL CAMPERS NEED TO BE TESTED FOR COVID-19 PRIOR TO COMING TO CAMP?

All campers must provide us with a recent negative COVID-19 test result. We will also require campers and their families to use appropriate COVID-19 precautions in the 14 days before camp.

WILL CAMPER NEED TO WEAR A MASK WHILE AT CAMP?

Campers will need to wear a mask during certain times, such as indoors or when they cannot maintain six feet of distance from others.  

WHAT IF SOMEONE FEELS SICK AT CAMP?

We will be checking our campers and staff members daily. Once an individual shows any symptoms of COVID-19, he/she will be isolated, and parents will need to make arrangements to pick up the camper the same day. Closer to summer, we will know the specific quarantine and testing requirements for cabin groups and other age cohort campers and staff who were in contact.

PRECAUTIONS WE WILL TAKE REGARDING USING COMMON SPACE FACILITIES. 

Bathrooms: Bathrooms will be cleaned regularly throughout the day, and we will have scheduled shower times for groups (as we've had in the past). 

Dining: We will have our meals outside on the open-air dining porch. At Calvin Crest will be accommodated only FDS group. No other groups/people will be in contact with us. 

The health and well-being of our students and our community are our top priorities. Consequently, we have always appreciated our camp families' loyalty, cooperation, support, and trust. This year, more than ever, we need to be on the same team, with the same objectives, heading into summer. 

Dare to Lead...

Our Counselor and Co-counselor-in-Training Program is designed to offer qualified young people an opportunity to prepare for positions as camp counselors or recreation leaders. Emphasis is placed upon developing leadership skills, sensitivity to children, and program skills.

The Counselor-in-Training Program (CIT) and Co-counselor-in-Training Program (CCIT) Program is an intensive, hands-on training experience that gives teen campers valuable insight into the role of a camp counselor.

Guided by an experienced CIT and CCIT Program Coordinator, CITs and CCITs will develop their decision-making and problem-solving skills by assisting with daily activities and camper care.

Applicants must possess a genuine interest in recreational youth development and in working with campers ages 7-12.

CITs and CCITs must be willing to commit the required energy, enthusiasm, and positive attitude to all aspects of the training program.

CIT and CCIT Requirements...

Participation in the CIT and CCIT program is by selection. Interested applicants will need to complete an application form, submit multiple references, and attend an interview. The first step is to have a parent/guardian to complete the online camper application.

  • The CIT applicants must be at least 16 years old at the start of their CIT session.

  • The CCIT applicants must be at least 15 years old at the start of their CCIT session.

One week before departure, the CITs and CCITs must attend a training meeting with the CIT and CCIT Program Coordinator. Stay Tuned for Training meeting time and date.

Counselor-in-Training Program (CIT) one-week session - $545

Co-counselor-in-Training Program (CCIT) one-week session - $895

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