Summer Camp

Summer Camp Scholarships Available

Day camp through Independence Township Parks and Recreation is available for a limited number of students that will be entering grades Kindergarten through 5th grade for the upcoming 2021-22 school year. Overnight camps for students entering grades 3-12 are also available. 

Please contact us before registering if you would like a scholarship for your child to participate!

Enjoy the Summer!


Camp scholarships are provided to young people who income qualify and are in need of either a day camp or overnight experience. Some camps are local to the community, while others require transportation. Students that will be entering grades Kindergarten-5th in the Fall can participate in the day camp partnership with Independence Township Parks and Rec. Students grades 3 through 12 can choose an overnight camping experience. 

Speciality Camps

Local Day Camps

Overnight Camps

Students can enjoy a variety of camping experiences which might include specialty camps from basketball clinics and music camps, to camps to improve math, language arts, science and computer skills, and even traditional camps where young people learn to interact while fishing, hiking and sitting by a campfire roasting marshmallows.  If you have a camp you are interested in sending your child to, please let us know and we will do what we can to help.

For any details and/or questions, please reach out to us at caya@clarkston.k12.mi.us  or leave us a voicemail message at 248-623-4313 and we’ll get back to you. 

The following factors are considered when determining eligibility to receive a Summer Camp Scholarship:

• The camper must live in the Clarkston Community School District.

• The camper must be school-age.

• The camper’s household income falls within the USDA/Section 8 Guidelines. (see chart below)

• The camper must have a real desire for a camping experience but would be unable to participate without scholarship support.

• The camper’s parent(s) or guardian(s) must be willing to support and participate in the child’s camping experience (i.e. transportation).

 

Persons Per Household

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

Extremely Low Income

$16,500

$18,850

$21,720

$26,200

$30,680

$35,160

$39,640

$44,120

Very Low Income

$27,500

$31,400

$35,350

$39,250

$42,400

$45,550

$48,700

$51,850

 Low Income

$44,000

$50,250

$56,550

$62,800

$67,850

$72,850

$77,900

$82,900

02/2021

Oakland County does not discriminate on the basis of disability in admission or access to its programs, activities or services as required by Title II of the American with Disabilities Act of 1990. Oakland County is an Equal Opportunity Employer.