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Highland Creek Community Association 


Monday, July 11, 2022 at 1:00 PM EDT
Friday, July 15, 2022 at 4:00 PM EDT

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Prosperity Park Clubhouse 
5710 Fairvista Drive
Charlotte, NC 28269

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Charlotte's Reading Web Afternoon Camp 

July 11th - 15th, 2022

9am - 12noon  

(ages rising 1st grade - rising 3rd grade)     

$130 per camper

($10 sibling discount)

Reading and science are a great way to keep your child's love for learning thriving over the Summer!  This camp includes two hands on science projects per day.  The kids will be creating a lemon volcano, making home-made ice cream, and becoming marshmallow engineers.  The students will participate in reading games such as musical chairs, BINGO, and Rock, Paper, Scissors, Read!  All of these games are designed to help increase your child's reading fluency and build their confidence as a reader.  

Payment types accepted via PayPal (credit card) during registration or exact change/check made payable to HCCA at the Sports club upon registration.

Any refunds isued will be minus the PayPal fee.  


Full camp fee due at registration.  $25 of this fee is non-refundable.

No refunds will be given within two weeks of camp start date. (regardless of the reason for cancellation).  

Camp deposits are non-transferrable between other HC camps.

Cancellation Policy: 

Full refund less the $25 non-refundable fee will be given only to cancellations prior to two weeks of camp start date (regardless of the reason for cancellation)

Cancellation within two weeks of start date will not be refunded. (regardless of the reason for cancellation)

Camp deposits are non-transferrable between other HC camps.

Non-resident camp policy:

Non-residents may register for camp after May 15th only if attending as a guest with a HC resident. One guest per HC resident permitted.

Inclement Weather Policies:

Sport-related camps are outdoor camps.  Camp instructors provide ample water breaks and some camps will include swimming.  It is the parent/guardian responsibility to apply sunblock on your child prior to arriving at camp each morning.  In addition, it is important to supply your child with enough cold, drinking water for the entire duration of the camp each day.

Cancellation of a camp due to inclement weather (heat, rain, etc.) is determined at the discretion of the camp instructor.  A decision/policy by the instructor will be given to parent on first day of camp.

Should camp be cancelled due to inclement weather it is up to the instructor to provide an alternate date or pro-rate the camp. If an alternate date is offered, then a pro-rate will not be an option, even if the camper is unable to attend.