Cedarbrook camp exists to help bring everyone into a personal relationship with Jesus Christ. Our program utilizes the natural beauty of the mountains to show off God’s handiwork. It is easier for campers to understand God’s magnificence when they are out in nature every day. We encourage campers to learn new skills and become more proficient in ones they already have. We also encourage the development of leadership skills among the campers and staff. Our CILT (Camper in Leadership Training) program is used as a natural progression from camper to leader.
Our camp has a camp nurse who dispenses any required medications. Parents will have an opportunity to review any medications and procedures with the camp nurse on the first day of camp.
A physical exam by a physician is recommended, but not required. Parents are required to fill out a medical health form during online registration. It is very important to be honest and open about any special needs your child might have.
Yes, we call it the Tuck Shop. We offer camp t-shirts, small stuffed animals, candy, ice cream and a lot more! Any monies left in the camper’s Tuck Shop account at the end of the camp session will be considered a donation to Cedarbrook Camp Southern California.
ACA standards require different ratios for varying ages. We generally have lower ratios than the ACA guidelines, keeping our cabin groups small. Our ratios are: One counselor for every six campers in grades 3 and 4; one to seven for grades 5 and 6; one to eight for grades 7 to 9; and one to ten for grades 10 to 12.
We follow the American Camping Association (ACA) guidelines of training for our staff. Every counselor and staff person is required to attend the Pre-Camp training. This training is usually scheduled about six weeks before camp starts. Training continues the weekend before campers arrive and continues throughout the week with supervision.
We require our counselors to be at least 18 years old. The only exception to this rule are the campers that have gone through the CILT program, which is a two-year training program.
There is a planned procedure we follow when a camper is a disciplinary problem. We sit down with the camper (or campers) to hear their side of the event. We talk about what happened, what went wrong, and then look at ways to make better decisions. Then we let them choose what they are going to do to correct their behavior. If this doesn’t resolve the problem, we meet with the Director to help with other ideas. Rarely do we need to call home; however, we will if the behavior problem continues.
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