The camp begins June 22, 2020 and runs through August 14th, 2020. Camp is from 8:00 AM – 3:00 PM.
Camp Registration Fees
- 8 weeks at $495/week = $3,860 (includes a $100 8-week registration discount)
- 7 weeks at $505/week = $3,535
- 6 weeks at $515/week = $3,090
- 5 weeks at $530/week = $2,650
- 4 weeks at $545/week = $2,180
All campers are required to register for a minimum of four weeks of camp.
Important Note: In order to determine if the AMICA experience is a good fit for your child, all prospective campers new to us are individually assessed prior to admission during an interview with Camp Director, Stephanie DeSouza.
Overnight campers will attend the day program as well as have extended activities into the late afternoon and evening, both on and off campus. The overnight component will include activities of daily living, time management skills, interpersonal communications, and skills involving independence. This traditional overnight experience provides extended opportunities for your child to socialize and build competencies. More information on pricing and dates will be forthcoming.
Additional Camp Options
- Transportation – $210/per week door to door.
- Before Camp Care – $90/week
- After Camp Care – $90/week- (longer hours)
- *Daily rate for before or after care is $25 per day.
What Does AMICA Camp at George School Offer?
- Unique programming to develop proficiencies in individuals who struggle socially.
- Small camper groups within a two-year age range to facilitate friendships and engagement in appropriate camp activities.
- High counselor to camper ratio in all groups.
- Experienced, trained counselors who model successful socializing behaviors.
- Counselor supervision throughout the camp day in all groups, including lunch period and activities with mainstream peers.
- Daily skill-building activities carefully designed to teach interpersonal communication and the fundamentals of friendship, customized to meet individual camper needs and to further growth and emotional development while providing opportunities for creative and socially appropriate personal expression. Campers are given the tools and time to make and nurture friendships with peers and counselors.
- Field trips to community destinations to practice social skills. AMICA TEENS also learn and practice high school-focused social skills and independence in trips and activities such as bowling, dances, movies, shopping, and restaurant excursions.
Camp is a place for making friends, learning new skills, trying new activities, and connecting with nature. Research by the American Camp Association and youth development organizations shows that summer camps help children learn valuable life skills including…
- Conflict resolution