FAQs
Camp All-American
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Where is Camp All-American located?
Our main day camps take place at Perimeter Church in Johns Creek, GA (9500 Medlock Bridge Rd). We also have some exciting new camp locations! Learn more about our other locations here (link to outpost page).
 
Which camp should my child attend?
Jr. Camp
5-6 years of age (must be 5 by their first day of camp)
D1
Completed 1st or 2nd grade by May 2018
D2
Completed 3rd or 4th grade by May 2018
Delta
Completed 5th or 6th grade by May 2018
 Ozone
Completed 7th or 8th grade by May 2018
CIT (Counselor in Training)
Completed 9th, 10th, or 11th grade by May 2018
Summit Overnight Camp
Completed 5-8th grade by May 2018 
 
What is the spiritual emphasis of Camp All-American?
At Camp All-American, we want to help build strong character in the lives of young people. We focus on creating a positive, Christian environment where our campers have fun as they make friends and learn more about God. Through daily bible reading, music, prayer, and amazing games we openly and respectfully expose campers to the Gospel - God’s plan to rescue and restore a relationship with us through the death and resurrection of His son, Jesus. We not only value truth but we value love, and as a result we respect each individual camper’s right to make their own decisions regarding important spiritual matters. Each Camp All-American staff member is a follower of Jesus Christ, who is carefully selected and equipped to handle the integration of all aspects of your child’s camp experience with great care.
 
What should my child bring to camp?
Campers should wear tennis shoes and clothing that they can play and get dirty in! Your child will need a bag labeled with his/her name containing the following items: towel, swimsuit (one piece for girls), sunscreen, canteen money, refillable water bottle, and a nut-free lunch if not purchasing the meal plan.
 
What are the camp hours?
Drop-off is from 8:30-9:10 am and pick-up is from 4-4:20 pm. We also offer extended care. For an additional $30 per week you  can drop your child off starting at 7 am, or for an extra $40 per week you can pick your camper up as late as 6 pm. (Or register for both at a cost of $60 per week)
 
Can I drop my child off after 9:10 am?
No worries if you arrive after drop-off has ended! We accept late drop-offs all day at the Connecting Point right inside of the main church entrance. You do not need to schedule a late drop-off ahead of time.
 
Can I pick my camper up before 4:00 pm?
We do accommodate scheduled early pick-ups. Please fill out an early pick-up form on the CAA app at least 1 hour ahead of time or at the Connecting Point earlier in the week. If you arrive without adequate notice, please expect a wait of at least 30 minutes to check your child out.
 
Can my camper attend a partial week of camp?
You are welcome to register your camper for a week of camp even if he/she will only be able to attend part of that week. However, we do not pro-rate for partially attended weeks of camp. Camp is only offered at a weekly rate.
 
Do I register my child based on the grade completed or the grade he/she is going into?
Register your child based on grade completed during the 2017-2018 school year.
 
Can I cancel my registration?
Cancellations can be made free of charge until May 1st, 2018. From this day forward, a $25 cancellation fee per registration will apply.
You can make a cancellation in the "cancellations" tab on the Camp All-American App or email us at camp@perimeter.org .
The cancellation deadline is Monday noon prior to the week in question. No refunds will be given after this time unless a doctor's note is provided.
When there is availability, we will transfer the registration to another week of Camp for a $10 transfer fee. A no refund policy will apply to this transferred week.
 
Can I change my child's specialty or week of attendance?
Specialty or week changes can be made free of charge until May 1st, 2018. From this day forward, a $10 change fee will apply to each change.
You can make a change request in the "changes" tab on the Camp All-American App or email us at camp@perimeter.org .
NEW THIS YEAR: The deadline to change your specialty or week is end of day Thursday prior to the week in question.
 
What are my payment options and deadlines?
The details for the payment options and deadlines for 2018 are coming soon! Stay tuned for more details to come.
 
Do you offer Financial Aid?
Financial aid is available to families who otherwise would not be able to send their child to camp. The 2018 FA application will open on January 8th, 2018. The application will close on April 4th, 2018.
Apply early, funds are limited! Click HERE to apply.
 
What is your policy on behavior problems?
Parents will be contacted if there is a continuous problem of non-participation, bullying, or behavior that is disrespectful to fellow campers or camp staff. Parents will be notified after the camper has been through the following disciplinary process: warning, timeout (5-10 minutes), sit out of an activity, sent to leadership. If issues continue after parents have been contacted, the camper will be sent home for the remainder of the week. If your child is sent home for a disciplinary issue you will not be eligible for a refund for that week.
 
Do you accommodate children with special needs or other specific accommodations?
Although Camp All-American desires to accommodate all children, we unfortunately are not able to accommodate children who are unable to function within our camp structure. This would include but is not limited to children who have physical disabilities, do not speak English, or need constant medical assistance throughout the day. For more information to help you decide if Camp All-American would be a good fit for your child, please call (678)405-2266.
 
Does my child need health insurance to attend CAA?
Yes, in your registration please fill out the insurance and primary care physician information for your child. If you currently do not have insurance for your child, go to https://www.healthcare.gov/medicaid-chip/childrens-health-insurance-program/ or https://www.peachcare.org/for affordable options.
 
Does my child need to bring his/her own lunch and snacks?
Monday-Thursday you have the option of packing your camper's lunch (no nuts please!) or purchasing our meal plan. Friday is pizza day! Each camper will receive 2 slices and can purchase extra slices for $1 each (no gluten-free or dairy-free options available). Snacks are not provided but you are welcome to pack a snack if you feel like your camper will need a one during the day.
 
Do you offer a meal plan?
Box lunches from Chick-fil-a and Jason's Deli can be purchased as part of registration at a cost of $9/day. The last day to purchase the meal plan for your camper is EOD Thursday prior to their week of attendance. Meals cannot be purchased after this time.
 
Does CAA allow food containing peanuts or other nuts?
Camp All-American has a no-nut policy for any food items brought to camp. Any lunch item containing nuts or nut products of any kind discovered by your child’s counselor will be sent back home with camper. For the safety of our campers, please do not send your child with any nut products.
CAA desires for its lunch areas to be safe for campers with nut allergies, but there is no formal inspection of lunches, snacks, or product labels that would guarantee there are no nut products at camp.
Here is some allergen information from our meal plan providers, Chick-fil-a and Jason's Deli