Youth Registration Information and Policies

Bear with us as we work to transition to a more mobile friendly format for our web pages. 

Youth Summer Registration is  now open. 

The registration information, forms, and FAQs are currently being updated with summer 2020 information. If you have any questions, please contact the Youth Programs Director. Want regular updates? Join the Youth Mailing Listnew window

 

 Registration Information for Youth Programs

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Registration Information, and policies

Please take note of registration information for both Youth Summer Camps, and School Year Programs. As well as policies and procedures. 

Registration Information: 

Summer Youth Programs: 
  1. Online Registration / Payment Instructions for Youth Summer Camp
  2. Alternate Registration Options 
    • Printable Registration Form for Youth (PDF, Get Adobe Acrobat PDF Reader.-Link opens in new window.)  
      • if you prefer, you may print this form and return it to Youth Programs via mail, fax or in-person at a WDCE Customer Service Office. Paper registration forms are also available in the brochure. Payment may be made by credit card or check. 
  3. Camp Docs
    • We will be using campdocs.com to maintain all camper forms and information for your child(s). This way you only have to fill it out once. You will receive an email within from campdocs. com within 2 business days from the time we receive your child's registration form. All required forms must be completed at least one week prior to the start of the camp. 
 School Year Programs: 
  1. Online Registration / Payment instructions for School Year Programs and One Day Adventures
  2. Alternate Registration Options. 
    • All School year brochures have a registration form included. You may fill this out and return it to the Youth Programs via fax or mail, or in-person at a WDCE Customer Service Office. Payment may be made by credit card or check. 
    • You may also use the Printable Youth Registration Form (PDF, Get Adobe Acrobat PDF Reader.-Link opens in new window.)
  3. Youth School Year Programs
    • You will find more information about Youth School Year Programs, including Kids College after school and weekend enrichment programs,  and One-Day Adventures with detailed brochures at Youth School Year Programs
 

Youth Summer Camp Drop, Withdrawal or Transfer Policies. 

Drop and Transfer Policies
Youth Drop, Withdrawal and Transfer Policies. 

Please note, these policies differ from non-youth programs. To learn more visit Youth Drop, Withdrawal and Transfer Policies. 

All drop, withdrawal, and transfer requests must be sent to YouthProgramsDirector@montgomerycollege.edu 

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Camp Docs

What is campdocs.com? This year we will be asking you to fill out all of the necessary forms and documentation required for your child's safety at a summer camp. After you register your child/children for camp, you will receive an email from camdocs.com with instructions for completing all the necessary forms. If you register your child for more than one camp, you will only have to fill out the forms once.

Possible forms include: Emergency contact information, medical information, medications, GT form, Disability Support (DSS) information, permissions, etc.  as applicable.

  Youth Programs FAQs / Frequently Asked Questions
Registration continues until the class/program is full. Up to two weeks before the program starts, you may online or use a paper registration form. Within two weeks of the start of the class you need to check with the Youth Programs for deadlines for online registrations, as we need sufficient time to be able to process your registration and payment.
All brochures are posted online. While supplies last, printed copies of the brochures are available at Montgomery County Public Schools, and the public libraries. You may call 240-567-7917 or 240-567-7264 to request a brochure. 
All of our classes are enrollment based. If there are not enough students enrolled in a class/program, it will be cancelled. Parents will be notified at least a week before the start of the class if a class is being cancelled. Notification will be by phone or email. Refunds will be automatically generated for the full cost of the class.  Direct any further questions to the Youth Programs Director. 
Funding for scholarships is extremely limited. If you qualify for free and reduced lunches at MCPS you may qualify for a partial scholarship, if funding is available. Deadline for scholarships is April 1st. Call Youth Programs Director at 240-567-7939 to inquire. 
Check the website for Youth Summer  or the School Year Programs. If a class is full, a notation will appear on the website. 
Once a student's registration is processed, a computer-generated confirmation letter is mailed to the parent in the child's name. The parent will be called if there is a problem with the registration or if more information is needed to process the registration. If you do not receive a confirmation letter within a week of submitting a registration, please call Customer Service at 240-567-5188 and they will be able to request another confirmation letter be mailed. If you have any further questions or concerns please contact the Youth Program. 
Youth Programs Instructors make up a highly qualified cadre or Montgomery College faculty and staff, certified public or private school teachers, and practitioners in the field they teach. All of them have undergone extensive background checks. 
Classes are generally limited to 15 students. However there are some exceptions. 
Each class lists appropriate Age or Grade level. Read the course description for any prerequisites or other information which may help you make the correct decision. If you have any questions, please contact the Youth Program. 
Montgomery College is committed to providing equal access to educational opportunities for students with disabilities. We recognize that individuals with disabilities may need reasonable accommodations to have equally effective opportunities to participate in or benefit from college educational programs, services and activities. If you indicate that your child has a disability/challenge on your registration form, you will be contacted to determine  your child's needs and if reasonable accommodations should and can be made. You may also contact Disability Support Services
Any student who does not live in the state of Maryland has to pay the Non-Maryland resident fee. And some non-US citizens with Visa restrictions must also pay. 

 

 

 

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