Family Price Plan (up to 3 children) = $185.00 for the 9-10 week summer camp. This is a one-time non-refundable registration fee of $185.00 that covers the registration cost for 1, 2 or 3 children age 7 - 14. Each child being registered under the family price plan must reside year-round within the same home of the parent or guardian completing the registration. Family members who are staying with friends or family for the summer are not eligible for family pricing.
Each child must have a Six Flags Season Pass or ticket to attend any outings to Six Flags.
The Family Price Plan also includes two tutoring / homework help sessions per month for each child during the school year as well as 4-5 Adventure / Job Exploration Field Trips during breaks in the school calendar.
Additional Sibling Plan (1 child) living in the same household year-round = $135.00 each for the 9-10 week summer camp. This is a one-time non-refundable registration fee of $135.00 per each for additional siblings 4,5,6 etc.
Download a copy of the Luke Camp Rules and Policies.
LukeCamp strives to provide the most affordable, fun-filled experience for children of working parents. We hope and pray you will see the benefit of your child attending as many weeks as possible during the summer. Please let us know how many weeks your child will be attending LukeCamp by selecting the appropriate number below.
The Luke Project, Inc. agrees to help your child pursue excellence in every area of life. We will provide Basic Life Skill Classes, Bible study, field trips, supplies, t-shirts and opportunities to earn outstanding rewards listed on the LukeCamp calendar. On a weekly basis your child will have the opportunity to earn filed trips and LukeCash to spend at the LukeStore. We have seen from experience, their hard work, commitment and excellent behavior yielding great rewards.
Please note that whether your child can swim or not, he / she may be allowed on the field trip and will be permitted to participate in non- swimming activities if possible. Girls must wear a one-piece bathing suit with a dark tee shirt. Boy’s swim trunks must have a drawstring. Every camper will be required to take a swim test before entering the water. I understand my child will be required to wear a life-vest as required.
LukeCamp wants every parent to be at peace knowing we are honoring their desires as it relates to if, and when, their child can swim. Please read the different swim scenarios below and only check the boxes that articulate the swim scenarios you deem safe for your child.
General Swim Questions
This section includes any and all medical device equipment that your child may need. Such would include asthma pumps, EpiPen”s, etc. Include any allergies or medical condition that your child may have, along with the required device for each.
Late Pickup Policy - Parents will be charged $1 per minute per child for campers picked up after 5:30 p.m. A staff member will collect cash payment only on site and you will receive a receipt. Failure to pay will result in your child losing the next field trip they earn until payment is received.
Electronic Games, Cell Phones, or any other "Device" - iPod, etc.
The LukeCamp is not licensed by Bright From The Start or Georgia Department of Early Care and Learning. In accordance with RULE 591-1-1-.46 under Section (b) Exemption Categories the following type of programs shall be exempt from Licensure:
Paragraph 7. Day camp programs for children five (5) years and older that are operated between school terms, whose primary purpose is to provide organized recreational, religious, or instructional activities. The day camp programs may operate during summer and other school breaks and shall operate for no more than 12 hours per day.
The LukeCamp brings together a diverse group of individuals. It is guided by the principles of respect, character, teamwork and consideration for all individuals, which are foremost in all programming. It is unlawful to discriminate against any individual based on race, color, religion, sex, nationality, sexual orientation, age or handicap status. LukeCamp is not only obligated to uphold the law concerning equal opportunity but regards the spirit of these laws to be the very core of its values.
LukeCamp wishes to stress that it is the responsibility of every member participant of the LukeCamp family to observe and uphold the principles of equal opportunity as they affect staff, faculty, and participants in all aspects of life. It is the responsibility of every member of the LukeCamp family to actively promote appropriate behavior. Any form of coercion or harassment that insults the dignity of others or impedes their freedom to serve and or participate will not be tolerated. Violators will be subject to suspension, expulsion or legal action as required.
LukeCamp is not an environment designed for political statements, demonstrations, political protests or other activities that will distract from the focus reserved and intended for the campers. Therefore head bands, arm bands, etc. designed to make religious or political statements are prohibited.
When the non-refundable deposit has been paid, and all applicable paperwork has been submitted, an additional $1,250.00 LukeCamp scholarship sponsor payment will be applied to your child's LukeCamp registration so they may attend LukeCamp for the summer. LukeCamp does not offer any additional discounts for late registration.
Payment can be made by Credit Card - No Checks / No Money Orders. Click on the appropriate registration fee link below. You may register only one child at a time, and each child requires a separate registration form to be completed per family. Each child being registered as a family must reside year-round within the same home of the parent or guardian completing the registration.
Space is limited and slots are filled based on the order in which campers are registered. Your child's registration for LukeCamp is not complete until payment has been made. If payment is made, and space is not available, LukeCamp will process the applicable refund.
Your registration fee will be refunded in the event LukeCamp is canceled during the first four weeks due to a pandemic or other unforeseen statewide or national emergency.