|Camper Information PacketsClick here for the Parent Day Camp Survival Guide.
Who, What, & Whens of Day CampDay Camps are available for preschool, elementary, and teen campers during school holidays and summer vacation according to the Santa Monica-Malibu Unified School District Calendar. Day Camp is a great place for your child to play in a safe environment that encourages character development, healthy lifestyles, and having fun!Preschool Campers are 3-5 years old (must be fully potty trained): Staff ratio 1 to 6 campersElementary Campers are kindergartners-6th graders: Staff ratio 1 to 8 campers (5-7yrs old) & 1 to 10 campers (8-12yrs old)Teen Campers (CIT/LIT) Campers are 7th-12th graders: Staff ratio 1 to 20Teen Day Campers are involved in a Counselor In Training and Leadership in Training ProgramCamp Hours: 8:30-6:00pmBreakfast Bunch: 7:30-8:30am (extra $5 per day, no registration necessary)Camp Activities & Daily ScheduleCamp days are split into 45 minute segments and include programs utilizing our state of the art facilities. Daily schedules will be available on the first day of camp or during parent orientation nights. Activities are age and developmentally appropriate, incorporate special events and group games and make use of such areas as the indoor swimming pool, indoor basketball gym, roof top play area, tumbling gym, arts & crafts room, multi-purpose game rooms, and indoor rock climbing. Some camps also include walking field trips to the park and beach and bus field trips to local theme parks.Pre-Order Your Child's Lunch, avoid the morning lines!You may pre-order your child's lunch for their Day Camp Session. Forms are available at the Day Camp Check In Desk.
Camp RegistrationAll campers must be registered in order to participate. Fees vary on child's age, membership, and registration date. See registration forms below. In addition to the registration form all campers must have a Camper Information Packet on file. Camper Information Packets must be filled out annually and require doctor's signature on the medical form stating the child has had a physical within the year.
ContactContact Michelle Soria, Program Director for more information (310) 393-2721, ext. 138 or email@example.comFinancial AidPartial scholarships are available. If you are in need of financial aid, the child must be a member of the YMCA. Scholarships for membership are also available. See the front desk to sign up for membership. Click Here for a Program Assistance Application and more information.