JHM Summer Camp 2017
When: Sunday, July 30 - Friday, Aug 4
Where: CYSC Summer Camp Centerburg, OH
Starting Cost: $450 (fundraising available)
Registration Deadline: March 2
We are headed back for an awesome week of camp for JHM! This is open for anyone currently in 5-7 grade. It is going to be an amazing week of high adventure and high-fun while bringing elements of our Catholic faith into the whole experience. Registration is below.*
*Note: your spot is not reserved until we have received a nonrefundable $100 deposit.
$100 at time of Registration
$150: April 1
$200: June 1
*Fundraisers will be broken down to those that have helped and subtracted from your last payment.
Who can come?
This is open for all current 5 - 7 graders. Anyone who will be considered Junior High student by summer 2017.
When do we leave and get back?
We will be leaving Sunday Morning July 30 at 11AM. There is an ending Mass on Friday evening for all parents. Please consider coming down and joining your student.
What fundraisers are available?
Right now we have 5 main fundraisers available. For each fundraiser you will receive at minimum: $30. Last year we had a student pay $300 for the week.
Catholic Youth Summer Camp operates out of an incredible 471 acre property in Centerburg, OH complete with a beautiful 30-acre lake. The camp and retreat center is located in the geographic heart of Ohio. These facilities provide Catholics in Ohio an excellent and diverse local Catholic retreat center for year-round use now available for reservation.
CYSC’s Centerburg property is 50 minutes from Columbus and within approximately 2 hours of every major city in the state of Ohio.
Example of Daily Schedule
7:00am Rise and Shine
8:00am Daily Mass
10:00am Adventure Activities
12:00pm Lunch & Prayer
1:00pm Free Activity Time
2:00pm Adventure Activities
7:00pm Club (music, skits, talks)
10:00pm Small Group Time
11:00pm Rosary and Lights Out
For any other questions, please contact Paul Devine, Youth Minister at email@example.com
Our mission is to help teens in the St. John XXIII community develop an authentic relationship with Christ and the Church. These teens will grow to be disciples of both and to love and serve others, building more disciples.