We’re committed to providing your child with an exciting and rewarding camp experience, beginning with preparation for the summer.
Most children adjust to camp very quickly. It is important that parents begin to prepare their daughters before the camp season actually begins. The following are some ideas and suggestions.
We encourage new camp friendships at Camp Skyline. In order to do that, we ask that you request only two cabin mates. Their age and grade level should be similar and all parents of campers should request one another. We strive to honor non-conflicting camper requests although we reserve the right to make final assignments. We will put no more than four girls from the same hometown or school together so that no group of girls overwhelms a cabin. All cabin requests need to be on the application or in writing by May 1. No cabin changes will be made on Opening Day.
Camp Skyline has a no-package policy. Letters only — in a No. 10 envelope or smaller — will be delivered Monday – Saturday through our camp post office. All care packages (including oversized envelopes and padded envelopes, as well as boxes) will be returned to the sender.
The only exceptions are birthdays and necessary items, which will need prior approval. Care packages will not be accepted on Opening Day or Mini-Closing Day.
Cell phones and phone usage are prohibited at camp. Campers are not allowed to receive or make outgoing calls during camp, either from the office phone or by cell phone. If a camper is found using a cell phone, it will be confiscated and there will be consequences.