At CAMP, students will come to our Sugarloaf Campus where they will attend multiple large group sessions that include, fun, worship music, and biblical teaching. Students will also spend time in small group environments with their peers and adult leaders where they will discuss life and debrief the content in the large group sessions. CAMP also includes outside fun, competitive games, and themed “after parties” before going home each night. It’s the best time of the year to bring friends and make a lasting impact in your faith journey.
CAMP is taking place at 12Stone Sugarloaf (2050 Sugarloaf Circle, Duluth, GA 30097). Drop-off and pick-up will also take place here.
Middle School CAMP (6th-8th Grade): July 16-18
Sunday: Check In from 3-5pm, pick up at 9pm
Monday/Tuesday: Check in from 8-10am, pick up at 9pm
High School CAMP (9th-12th Grade): July 19-21
Wednesday: Check in from 3-5pm, pick up at 10pm
Thursday/Friday: Check in from 8-10am, pick up at 10pm
We believe that all students should be present for all of CAMP. However, we understand that some students have extra curriculars during the day. We have provided an alternative drop-off window from 3-6 pm for those who cannot attend in the morning.
All payments are non-refundable. If your student cannot attend, please text our parent hotline at 470-822-3123.
Yes. All Parent Permission, Release and Consent forms must be notarized and turned in by Sunday, July 9th.
Medications can be checked in with a nurse at check-in. ALL medications (prescription and non- prescription drugs) must be listed on the medication form and must be in the original container labeled with the patient’s full name, the date the prescription was filled, expiration date, direction for use, precautions (if any), storage requirements (if any), dispensing pharmacy (name and address), and name of physician prescribing medication.
Students can visit the medical tent to take medications. Individuals that may need emergency medications should carry the medications themselves (epi-pens, inhalers). There will be nursing staff on campus to dispense medication and provide first aid. All Students are required to have Health Insurance.
Please make sure all allergies are listed on the required medication from. In the case of food allergies email firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com no later than Sunday, July 9th, with your student’s name, 12Stone campus they attend, and any food allergies they may have requiring special dietary needs.
If you have questions or there is an emergency and you need to contact your student, please text the parent hotline at 470-822-3123.
All adults volunteers are background checked, and are the same volunteers that serve week in and week out at our campuses.
Students may bring money for the snacks, café items, and the camp store. All meals are provided.
Student will need to bring a refillable water bottle. Students will also need to wear their wristband the entirety of camp after checking in for the first time.
Students may want to bring a change of clothes, deodorant, and things to freshen up with throughout the day, a bible, notebook, and pen.
There will not be locked storage on site, so students will want to bring bags they can carry around with them each day.