Session 4A - High Altitude Leadership 2.0
Entering grades 9-11 in the fall of 2024.

In this two-week program, teens advance their leadership and ropes skills by learning basic belaying, and facilitation under the supervision of experienced staff. Participants then help facilitate initiatives for younger campers. HAL 2.0 participants live in Tracy Strong Village and may have one offsite, overnight experience. After completing a HAL 2.0 course, teens will have accumulated 10 hours of community service in recognition of their time working with youth and volunteering in the Orcas Island community. Campers are placed in mixed-gender cabins of campers within the same program and similar age or developmental stage

We offer a voluntary, two-tiered pricing program based on the needs of your family. This program is completely confidential and in no way affects the quality of the experience your child receives.

$150 Non-Refundable deposit is required for all registrations and is applied to the total amount due.

Tier 1 represents the full cost of camp operations.

Tier 2 represents the full cost of camp operations, in addition to long-term wear, tear, and depreciation. Families who voluntarily pay Tier 2 prices help us to ensure our camps and outdoor properties continue to thrive.

Our goal is to remove barriers that prevent anyone from participating in our programs, including financial barriers. If our lowest tier price creates a financial barrier that prevents you from participating in our programs, we invite you to fill out a Financial Assistance Application prior to registration opening. Once we have reviewed your application, you will receive a code by email that you can use at checkout to automatically apply your approved award.

Session Tag:
2024 CAMP
Camp Orkila
July 13 - July 26
Grades 9th - 11th
$3350 / $4185
This session has openings
Registration will end on 6/29/2024.