Here are the programs Camp Akita offers for campers entering 9th grade:
June 6–12 (Session 1) | July 6 - 12 (Session 6)7 days, 6 nights$475 (members) / $525 (non-members)
These are the camp sessions you do not want to miss! We pull out all the stops and
guarantee every camper that they will have a new experience at Akita. We will wake up
early, stay up late, and cram as many activities into the day as possible. There will
be a full compliment of options during the day for our campers to choose from. Some
examples from last year are yoga, cooking, home made physics, and carpentry.
Campers will hear a nightly message from one of our staff members. They will
have time in small groups to discuss their faith with their cabins at night and in coed
groups during the morning. Our emphasis to our high school campers is how to live out
your faith. We hope that our high school campers leave Akita with confidence in their
personal beliefs and the knowledge that there is a large faith community at Akita that
accepts them for the unique being that they are.
*You must be age 19 or younger to attend these camp sessions.
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June 13 – 18 (Session B1) | June 24 - 29 (Session B3) | July 13 - 18 (Session B5)6 days, 5 nights$405 (members) / $455 (non-members)
Akita Backcountry is our outdoor education camp experience. Each session is limited to 10 campers who will stay in two large platform tents in a remote corner of our property. By immersing ourselves in nature, living more simply, and sleeping under the stars, we often feel like the best versions of ourselves. There is something about cooking over a campfire and listening to the crickets that makes it easy for us to ask bigger questions, trust one another, and engage in deep conversations about faith. The program’s strength lies in the small number of participants and the relationships so easily formed as we explore together.
More info about Akita Backcountry
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