Camp Acceptance

All camp tuition and related fees must be paid in full prior to the first day of camp. Note, payment does not guarantee acceptance as minimum enrollments are required for each camp to run. Fees must be paid online through the parent portal and a confirmation will be sent through email. 


Camper Information Forms

To finalize your registration, please submit the Camper Information and Medication Authorization Forms prior to the first day of camp. Your camper will not be allowed into the camp without our receipt of your completed forms. The Medication Authorization Form is only required if your camper needs to take medicine during the hours of the course. This form also must have the signature of the prescribing doctor. Camper Information Forms contain critical information for the safety and well-being of your child and must be submitted at least two weeks prior to the start of campForms will not be accepted on the day of camp, no exceptions.


Drop off and Pick up

  • Please make sure that your camper arrives on time and is picked up in a timely manner.
  • Drop-off/Pick-up windows vary for each camp.
  • Camp staff are not able to supervise your camper before or after camp hours.  
  • Campers may not leave campus without written permission.
Releasing Campers
In accordance with our safety policy, campers may only be released to the legal guardian or an authorized adult listed on the Student Transportation/Pick Up section of the Camper Information Form. All adults must present a photo ID. If the adult is not listed, he/she will not be permitted to take the child from the camp. 

We understand that emergencies arise; in which case, please contact 704.330.6035 with formal documentation to make any changes. Emailed requests must match the contact information stated in the registration.

Campers Who Can Drive
Parents need to complete the Student Transportation / Pick Up release section of the form. Once the release form is submitted, the student may drive themselves to and from camp.


What to Bring

  • Check specific camp requirements regarding devices and email addresses.
  • Full day camps: Bagged lunch not requiring refrigeration, water bottle and small snack. (Pizza will be provided on last day of camp)
  • Half day camps: Water bottle and small snack.
  • One snack is provided daily for all camps. Vending machines are available during lunch and break time.  
Remember to send small bills with your camper; instructors are not able to make change.


What to Wear

Camp Dress Code:
  • Casual dress
  • No tank tops
  • No flip-flops
  • Closed-toe shoes
  • No excess jewelry
  • Any additional instructions regarding attire will be communicated in advance (i.e. art, law, etc.).

First Day of Camp

All campers will receive their camp t-shirt (adult sizes only) and name tag on the first day of camp.


Refund Policy

Thank you for enrolling your camper at Central Piedmont Youth Central.  Camp tuition includes a $50 non-refundable deposit as part of your registration fee.  Unfortunately, we are not able to process any refunds (only in the case of a medical emergency, minus the $50 non-refundable fee).  We know unexpected situations occur and we are happy to move your tuition payment towards another camp of equal of higher cost.


Code of Conduct & Camp Expectations

Youth Central staff is committed to creating a fun and engaging space where everyone is valued, respected and diversity is celebrated. Everyone, from staff to campers to parent/guardians, are expected to adhere to CPCC Youth Central's Code of Conduct & Camp Expectations and conduct themselves with the utmost respect.
  • Campers are expected to be kind and respectful to each other, the camp staff, and all of CPCC's property and materials. This includes, but is not limited to, kind and inclusive language, lack of unwanted or inappropriate touching, and avoiding unsafe behaviors after being asked to.
  • In the event that a camper misbehaves (i.e., physically or verbally aggressive or disrespectful behavior, use of profanities or inappropriate topics of discussion, continuously disruptive behavior, purposely running away from the group, or defiance of authority), the staff will address the camper one-on-one to discuss the behavior. If the behavior continues to persists, this will result in immediate notification to the parent/guardian to pick up their camper and could also result in withdrawal from the camp week without a refund.
  • Theft or causing intentional damage to college property or anyone's property will be grounds for immediate withdrawal of camp, no refund provided and could result in parent/guardian financial responsibility for damages and/or loss.
  • Parents/Guardians are expected to be kind and respectful to each other, the campers and CPCC staff, and all of CPCC's Youth Central guidelines, as well.  This includes, but is not limited to, kind and inclusive language and adhering to our drop-off and pick-up times.  Dropping campers off earlier than 10 minutes prior to the start of camp and/or picking them up late (after a grace period of 5 minutes) is considered unconcerned and unacceptable behavior as we do not have staff to supervise campers before and after camp times.
Youth Central Bullying Policy: There is zero tolerance for bullying at camp. Bullying is defined as a behavioral form of violence which includes physical, verbal, social, or cyber-attacks that occur in a repetitive manner with hurtful intentions used to exploit an imbalance of power. When a camper is involved in an incident where one camper is picking on another child during an activity, the offending camper will be taken aside and explained that they are exhibiting hurtful behaviors by staff.

If this behavior continues after a warning, this has become a bullying behavior. This will result in immediate parent/guardian notification to pick up their camper and will be asked to leave and not return for the duration of the camp because of violation of the Bullying Policy. A refund will not be given. Youth Central staff is vigilant and can differentiate bullying from other behaviors, but they are not omnipotent. If your camper describes to you an incident that you suspect could be bullying please tell us so we can take the proper steps to end any bullying behavior at Youth Central camps.

By having your child(ren) attend camp, you are agreeing to follow and adhere to our Code of Conduct and Camp Expectations.

Main Camp Information

The best way to reach the Camp Program Office is through the phone and email below. Please specify the camper's name and which session they are attending.