Sport Camps Frequently Asked Questions

List of 7 frequently asked questions.

  • Q. Can my daughter attend sport camps?

    A. Yes, Belmont Hill School Sport Camps offer coed as well as separate boys’ and girls’ camps.
  • Q. What ages are your campers? 

    A. Sessions are available for children ages 6 to 15, depending on the program.
  • Q. When are registrations due?

    A. Registration opens online on February 2, 2021. Registration for each camp closes the week before it runs.
  • Q. Is lunch available?

    A. No. All campers are expected to bring their own lunch. Campers will not have access to refrigerators or microwaves, so all meals should be stored safely in a lunch box and ready to eat.
  • Q. What should my camper bring each day?

    A.
    Each camper should bring sunscreen and a water bottle, along with sneakers in case of rain. Specific needs for each camp can be found in the camp descriptions. 
  • Q. What if we are interested in your summer academic program?  

    A. Click here to lean more about our remote summer academics program. You may also call the office at 617-993-5215 to receive more information.
  • Q. What is your refund policy?

    A.
    Each week or session includes a $100 nonrefundable deposit that is credited toward fees but is nonrefundable from the time of registration. After May 15, 2021, NO REFUNDS will be issued for changes in enrollment, withdrawal from camp, or failure to attend.
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