High Point accepts campers ages 15-19 years old.
WHAT TO BRING:
Bible & notebook; pillow & sleeping bag (or blankets & sheets); tennis shoes, shorts, socks; toiletries; towels, wash cloths; casual dress for evening service (no shorts for evenings). Girls, please bring one-piece bathing suits only. You may also need extra money for concessions, t-shirts and armbands.
Modesty is a must for this camp! Guys, all pants must be worn on the hips; we don’t want to see any undershorts. Girls, we don’t want to see any skin, stomachs, strapless shirts, halter tops, spaghetti straps, or miniskirts. There will be no shorts allowed during the evening services. Shorts must be appropriate. No short shorts. In keeping with the Brookhill Ranch policy of no tattoos or body piercings, we require all body piercings to remain covered at all times while at camp. Our intention has always been to teach that we are in this world but not of this world and that who you are is not based on current trends. We appreciate your understanding.
FOOD & MEALS:
High Point furnishes a variety of nutritious foods. Meals are furnished in the total cost. High Point leaves cold drinks and snacks up to the camp and parents’ discretion (bring extra money for these things). SORRY, NO SPECIAL DIETS FOR INDIVIDUAL NEEDS.
All camp registration fees are non-refundable. If you pay the entire balance ($350) upfront and need to cancel, only the balance portion which is $175 can be refunded prior to May 1st. Immediately after May 1st there will be no refunds. There are no exceptions.
Our dorm facilities are air conditioned and have bunk style beds. Girls and boys sections are adequately separated. Shower houses with restroom facilities are cleaned and inspected daily. Counselors stay in the dorms with the campers during their time at High Point.
High Point is a physically demanding camp. We are happy to help parents with young people who have difficulty in specific areas, but it is imperative that the parents communicate the camper’s difficulties BEFORE coming to camp. *We cannot accommodate physical or mental limitations. The existence of a “limiting condition” does not necessarily exclude a child from camp; however a failure on the parents’ part to disclose a “limiting condition” prior to registration can result in automatic dismissal of the camper. No refund will be available at that time. Please consider your child’s ability to participate before applying to camp.
PLEASE NOTE, there is not a Doctor or nurse on staff. There is a First Aid counselor on site to dispense medicine, and to attend to minor injuries. We strive to provide tasty and healthy meals to your camper. However, we are unable to prepare separate meals due to allergies or preference. Thank you for understanding the difficulty of accommodating this request.
Every conceivable effort is made to protect campers’ health and safety through training of staff; however, the camp assumes no responsibility for accidents, for illness, for loss of life, nor for loss of personal equipment by fire, theft, or a camper’s carelessness. High Point is noted for its safety measures and very few accidents. (If your child has a physical or mental condition apart from the norm, we must be contacted prior to acceptance of application.)
CAMP REGULATIONS & STANDARDS
High Point strives for the highest physical, mental and spiritual standards possible. There will be NO smoking, matches, lighters, fireworks, use of tobacco, alcohol, or abusive language. We do not allow piercings or any such items or behavior of questionable nature. No Drugs allowed, (except that prescribed by a doctor, which is kept with the First Aid Counselor). We protect our campers from influences which we feel to be detrimental, degrading, destructive or not in keeping with High Point standards. Please, girls one-piece bathing suits, please boys no earrings. We reserve the right to deny acceptance to any applicant based on the standards outlined in this application, as well as dismissal from camp should it become necessary.
We do not pick up campers outside the Hot Springs area; however, an airport shuttle service can be secured by calling 1-501-247-8006. The shuttle service comes to the Arlington Hotel in Hot Springs. Notify us a week in advance, and we’ll pick up the camper there. Private planes coming into the Hot Springs airport need to notify us a week prior to arrival for pickup transportation to camp.
Feel free to send your leader letters or packages while at camp. Send cards and letters through USPS via High Point, “Leader’s Name”, PO Box 8500, Hot Springs, AR 71910. Send packages through UPS/FedEx via High Point, “Leader’s Name”, 548 Brookhill Ranch Rd., Hot Springs, AR 71909.
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