Are the campers divided into smaller groups based on age or activity?

Depending on the activity, the campers may be divided into smaller age-appropriate groups. For activities such as arts & crafts, field trips/facility tours, and certain games, the campers may be divided. For activities such as movies, guest speakers, and playground time, the campers are not usually divided. For swimming with Camp Iredell, campers are permitted into certain areas of the pools based on their swimming ability and age/size. All campers will be tested on swimming ability during their first swim date (re-tests may be allowed throughout the summer), and given a colored bracelet to indicate which areas they can enter. Additional information pertaining to our swimming/testing policies is in the “Parent Handbook” (available on the website).

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1. What are the age requirements for camp? What if my child has a summer birthday?
2. How do I register my child(ren) for camp?
3. Do I have to register for the whole summer, or can I pick which weeks I want my child to attend?
4. What are the payment options? Do I have to pay in full, or can I register with a deposit?
5. Do I get a discount if I enroll more than one child?
6. What if I need to cancel a week?
7. If my child can not attend the entire week, can I pay for a partial week or be reimbursed for the days they are absent?
8. What does camp do? Do they stay at the drop-off site the entire day?
9. What does my child need to bring to camp?
10. Are the campers divided into smaller groups based on age or activity?
11. What is the staff to camper ratio? What is the usual age distribution in camp?
12. Do we have to be an Iredell County resident to participate in your camps?
13. What are the qualifications and requirements for the camp staff?