Guide To Summer Camps
What we're all about...
Charis Hills is a Christian special needs, recreational summer camp helping children with learning differences build confidence and find success. We serve campers ages 7-18 and offer multiple week sessions. We welcome campers with ADHD, learning disabilities, speech/language and hearing impairment, emotional/behavioral challenges including high functioning Autism and Asperger's.We seek to glorify God and serve campers through what His Word teaches. Campers discover a highly personalized, fun filled and nurturing environment while filling their heart's desire to be accepted and succeed in new activities.Every child wants to make friends, build relationships and gain new skills. For some children educational and social success comes harder and less frequently than they would choose. Our camp focuses on the grace of Christ and the gifts of acceptance and encouragement toward one another as we explore and learn together.Camp is a great place to teach social skills. We help parents and campers select specific social skills goals for their time at camp. Our well trained counselors do an excellent job of modeling social skills, providing positive reinforcement and facilitating relationships. Camp is a great place to make friends.
Our camp address
498 Faulkner Rd
Newly constructed & Air Conditioned Cabins
What we offer...
Academics, Acting, Archery, Arts & Crafts, Baseball, Basketball, Camping Skills, Canoeing, Ceramics/Pottery, Challenge/Rope Courses, Computers, Dance, Environmental Ed, Fine Arts, Fishing, Fitness, Golf, Hiking, Horseback/Western, Kayaking, Leadership Training, Music, Nature Study, Outdoor Skills, Photography, Religion, Riflery, Soccer, Swim Instruction, Swim Recreation, Team Building, Theater, Volleyball,
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