Youth Registration Information and Policies

Bear with us as we transition to a 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 2019 information. If you have any questions, please contact the Youth Programs Director. Want regular updates? Join the Youth Mailing Listnew window

Youth Summer Camp Parent Guide
Parent Handbook, Summer Youth
Many of your questions are answered in this Summer Programs Parent Guide.
Youth Summer Before and After Care Guide
Before & After Care Parent Guide
Many of your questions are answered in this Summer Before & After Care Guide
Summer Camp 2019 cover image
Summer Camp Brochure
The Summer 2019 Youth Brochure 


MYMC Payment Instructions (online)

Due to increased credit card security measures, online payment is made through the secure MYMC portal. Visit this page for instructions for MYMC.

Youth Summer Camp Drop / Transfer Policies 

These policies differ from non-youth programs. Visit to view the dates and restrictions to drop or transfer Youth Programs.

Before / After Care Agreement  Form (PDF, Get Adobe Acrobat PDF Reader.-Link opens in new window.)

This two page Agreement form must be on file at least five days before camp starts. 

Summer Camp Online Registration

Visit the online schedule of classes to find the schedule/cost and other details of the summer camps. 

School Year Online Registration

Visit the online schedule of programs to find the schedule/cost and other details of school year programs.

Printable Registration Form (PDF, Get Adobe Acrobat PDF Reader.-Link opens in new window.)

Use this form to fax, mail, or deliver your child's registration in person to Customer Service.


Medication / Authorization to Self-Administer (PDF, Get Adobe Acrobat PDF Reader.-Link opens in new window.)

if your child takes medication or has an EpiPen you will need to fill out this form and return it to the Youth Programs.

GT Form (PDF, Get Adobe Acrobat PDF Reader.-Link opens in new window.)

A select number of Youth classes are designated GT. This form must be signed by your child's school if the class is designated GT. 

Disability Support Services DSS

Does your child have a disability/challenge (e.g. physical, learning, psychological, emotional, behavioral) or medical that could affect his/her ability to participate in a regular classroom? Contact DSS. 


  1. Link to Register Online for a Summer Camp
  2. Link to Register for a School Year Program/ MC One Day Adventure
  3. Printable Registration Form (PDF, Get Adobe Acrobat PDF Reader.-Link opens in new window.) . You may also use the  printable registration form included in all our brochures. 
    1. Fax it to:  240-567-7548
    2. Mail it to:  Montgomery College, WD&CE Youth Program CC230, 51 Mannakee Street, Rockville, Maryland 20850
    3. In person to: Youth Customer Service Rockville Campus, Campus Center, Room 220. Customer Service office is open 8:30am-7:00pm Monday thru Thursday, and 8:30am-5:00pm Friday, and Saturday morning 8:30am – noon.
    4. Note: some programs require additional forms, such as the medical forms or GT form, etc. The registration will not be considered complete until these forms are received by Youth Programs. 


Be advised that there have been substantial changes to our refund policies for withdrawing / transferring students from a Youth Summer Programs course / camp within 32 days of the start date of the class. These Youth refund policies differ from and supercede refund policies for all other non-Youth classes.

Visit Youth Refund/Transfer/Drop Policies for the terms, conditions,  and deadline dates. 

Once the complete information is posted on the website, you may begin to register.
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 two weeks 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.