Aqua 101 is a summer day camp program for children 9-13 focused on environmental stewardship and water sports recreation to promote the health, safety and well being of local youth and the natural environment of the Rockaway Peninsula.
Aqua 101 is an active summer day camp program that builds on environmental arts and stewardship and "the great outdoors" to engage children ages 9-13.
Students take part in environmental stewardship, arts projects with local artists/designers, urban farming and water based recreation including: marine science, swimming, surfing, and kayaking along the Rockaway shoreline and Jamaica Bay.
Campers must be 9 years of age by June 1, 2018 to be eligible to attend the program.
Each camper can only attend up to 2 sessions per summer season.
1 week sessions Monday - Friday 10AM-4PM
Summer session 1: Monday, July 9th to Friday, July 13th, 2018
Summer session 2: Monday, July 16th to Friday, July 20th, 2018
Summer session 3: Monday, July 23th to Friday, July 27th, 2018
Summer session 4: Monday, July 30th to Friday, August 3th, 2018
Tuition: $450* per camper / session
* Financial scholarships are available
Parent or guardian must submit a registration application for camper (online or download below). Registration applications are reviewed on a rolling basis. Space is limited first come first serve, so it is advised that families register before April 1st while space is available.
After applications are received, an RWA staff will directly contact applicant to discuss any questions concerning the program or financial assistance. At that time applicants in need of tuition assistance can submit a financial aid request. Confirmation of financial assistance scholarships will be sent within two weeks of receipt.
Once a participant receives confirmation from RWA staff, a 50% deposit (or a reduced deposit if tuition assistance is offered) will be required. Deposits must be received in order to confirm camper enrollment. Deposits can be made online or by check made payable to:
Rockaway Waterfront Alliance, Inc.
For more information contact Program Coordinator Juli Schroeger at: firstname.lastname@example.org or call (718) 327-5919
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