1) Are camps only offered to students who attend Saint Pius X School?
Saint Pius X (SPX) Mini-Camps on select no-school days are offered to all area students in rising PreK-8th grades; thus you do not need to be a current SPX student to attend.
2) What hours and days does camp run?
Visit our Mini-Camp page for specific dates. Mini-Camp hours are 8:00 A.M. - 3:00 P.M.
3) Should campers bring a lunch or snack? Are concessions available? What should they wear?
All campers need to bring a bag lunch and snack each day of Mini-Camp. Lunch boxes and bags will remain in the classroom with the campers each day. Concessions are not available during holiday camps and teacher workday workshops. Please be sure to pack ice packs if necessary as we do not have refrigeration space for food items. Campers should wear comfortable clothing and shoes to camp.
4) How do I pay for camps?
You can register and pay with a credit or debit card form the "Register Here" page on this website. If you prefer to pay by check, click through the registration to create an account if you do not already have one, then contact the Camps office at email@example.com
Credit card payments unlike most other types of payments, have a fee assessed by the credit card company. This fee is called "Interchange" and is calculated as a percentage of your payment amount. The percentage varies by credit card company and type of card but all credit card companies charge "Interchange". When you set up a payment plan, we charge you a "Convenience Fee" to recover the cost of the credit card "Interchange". Our intent is not to make a profit in this "Convenience Fee" it is simply to cover our cost of providing you the "Convenience" of using your credit card to make a payment.
5) What is your cancellation/refund policy?
If you need to cancel a camp, we will need a minimum of one full week's notice, and you will be refunded the camp total minus the non-refundable deposit per camp. If a full week's notice is not given, we will be unable to refund any amount for that camp week. We are not able to refund days missed from camp due to sickness or last minute vacations. If you have an extenuating circumstance, refunds may be considered by camp administration.
Please understand that when we book camps we rely on fees to pay instructors and assistants and to cover all materials, and we thank you for your cooperation.
Refunds are usually processed within four weeks through our school's business office.
6) How do I register my child for a camp?
Complete your registration by choosing the camp(s) you want on the Register Here page and following the prompts. You should receive a confirmation email immediately.
7) Do I need to sign my child in and out of camp each day?
YOU WILL NEED TO ACCOMPANY YOUR CHILD INTO AND OUT OF THE BUILDING EACH CAMP DAY. This policy ensures the safety of your child at all times. Please let us know if there are any special circumstances in which there are certain people who are not allowed to pick up your child from camp.
8) How do I obtain a written receipt?
We will send you a confirmation email after receiving your application and/or payment. You can access your account at any time to print records as you may need.
9) What if my child needs to take daily medication?
Campers needing daily medication will need to bring in a correct dosage along with a signed Medication Authorization Form (found on the school website www.spxschool.com under “Resources” labeled “Medication Authorization Form”)
10) Is there a SPX Camps cell phone number to contact in case of an emergency?
Yes! Please call 336.707.0729 if you need to contact camp staff during camp hours. You may want to program the number into your cell phone.
11) How do I obtain the latest information about SPX Camps?
Visit the SPX website at www.spxcamps.com You may also contact our camp office by phone at 336.273.9865 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please be sure to check the website for the latest camp information before registering your child for camps.
12) What if my child needs to take daily medication?
Campers needing daily medication, or who have an Epipen, will need to bring in a correct dosage along with a completed Medication Authorization Form, which requires a doctor's signature. This can be found on the school website, www.spxschool.com, choose "Resources", then "Forms", or go directly to this link