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Any behavior unbecoming a camper at a monastery camp will result in immediate dismissal.

Parent/guardian accepts full financial responsibility for damages caused by his/her child during their stay as a camper.

Camper Code of Conduct

Campers are to review the Code of Conduct with parent/guardian and agree to abide by the rules. If camper fails to follow any of these rules, they could be disciplined and/or sent home from camp at the discretion of the Camp Director. In the event that camper is sent home, no refund will be given. Following these rules will help camp be a safer, happier environment for everyone.


  • Camper will show respect to our church, clergy, camp staff, other campers, and camp property
  • Intentional property damage will be paid for by the parents/guardians of those responsible
  • Inappropriate behavior will be dealt with by camp staff and committee
  • Serious infractions of camp rules will result in immediate dismissal


  • Camper will wear modest, appropriate clothing while at camp
  • If clergy or staff find clothing to be immodest/inappropriate, more suitable clothing will be required
      • Dresses or skirts not shorter than knee length, shoulders covered at all times
      • No pants or shorts; no tops that reveal navel/midriff area
      • Khaki pants or dress slacks; polo or dress shirt with a collar
      • No jeans, shorts, t-shirts, gym shoes
      • Shorts above mid-thigh; short shorts, etc
      • Writing on backside of shorts or pants
      • Halter tops
      • Exposed midriff area
      • Vulgarity/profanity on any clothing


  • Inappropriate language of any kind is prohibited
  • Verbal or physical abuse and bullying will not be tolerated and will result in immediate expulsion
  • Smoking/drugs/alcohol are prohibited and if discovered will result in immediate dismissal
  • Food & drink are not allowed in dorm rooms at any time; all meals and snacks are provided by camp


  • Camper will follow camp schedule
  • Permission from camp director or staff member is needed to miss any service or activity
  • Lights out at 10 PM unless otherwise notified by camp staff or clergy


  • Medication brought to camp will be turned in at time of check-in
  • Medication will be labeled with user’s name and instructions and administered by adult in charge
  • Camper must bring his/her own sheets, blanket, pillow and pillow case


  • Cell phones and electronic devices will be turned in at time of check-in