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FAQ's Frequently Asked Questions

How do I register?


To register please click on your State location first.

How are players placed in groups during summer camps?

Our placement system puts campers into groups with other players of similar ability and experience levels.  The placement is designed to give each player their own best chance for success.

Can I request my child be placed in a group with a friend or teammate(s)?

Our placement system groups players with other players of similar ability and experience.

Some factors that go into placing your child into a group include: age and previous Coerver® Camp/Academy experience. Coerver® programs include several activities to help kids get to know one another, and create a welcoming environments for them to build friendships. Because of our desire to advance every player, we cannot move players to different groups unless recommended by their coach.

Where do I find the cancellation/refund policy for the program I'm signed up for?

Programs each note their cancellation/refund policy at the bottom of each of their registration pages.

I missed a few days of my camp/program, can I get it prorated?

Unfortunately, we cannot prorate our programs however there are often make ups that a player can attend for a missed day.  Check with your local program director for options.

The program I want to attend is sold out, is there anything I can do to get in it?

 If the camp you wish to attend is full, please register for the wait list. If a spot opens up you will be notified.

Can I switch my child from camp to camp during the summer?

Each camper is allowed to switch to a different camp one time. If additional switches need to be made, a $10 fee will be assessed each time. If you are switching to another camp, it must be done at least 7 days before the first day of both camps. Changes are dependent on availability.

My player is missing the last day of camp, what should we do?

Testing, certificates, and awards are given out the last day of camp. If your camper will miss the last day, please let your coach know as soon as possible so we can make arrangements to get you everything before the last day.

If you have a friend participating in the same camp, your friend can let their coach know and pick that up for your child.

What should my player bring to camp each day?

  • Ball - write name and phone number on it
  • Appropriate athletic wear and footwear for the playing surface
  • Shin guards (required to be worn at all times on the field)
  • Sunscreen (as needed)
  • Water bottle
  • Snack (around 100 Calories)

Can my child refill their water at camp?

Yes!  Nearly all locations have access to drinking water. We will also have a Gatorade/Water station set up and available at most outdoor camps.

What if my child gets injured at camp?

A copy of the medical information and contact information you provided during registration is kept on location for use in case of injury or emergency.  A Camp representative will contact you immediately with the information you provided.

My child has a medical condition and I would like to leave something with the coach. How can I do that?

When you check in on the first day of camp, let the staff member know so proper attention can be given. Please bring your items in a zip-lock bag (or container) with your campers name on it.

Will there be shade?

Most of the camp locations have shaded area, however, we cannot always know how much shade will be available.  If a camper wants to bring an umbrella or similar sun shade they are encouraged to do so.

The weather is looking bad, how will I know if camp is canceled and if I should pick up my player?

Camp continues through rain, but in case of a lightning storm in close proximity to camp, play will be halted and campers moved to cover until a minimum of 30 minutes have passed.   

Our camp was canceled early because of weather, do we get anything to make up for that time?

We do not offer reimbursement for weather delays, however, if enough time is missed, we will email out "homework" of camp activities for players to practice at home. Depending on delay time, snack break will be shortened throughout the week to make up for missed time.

Is lunch provided during camps?

No. Campers must bring their own snacks during camps.

What should I do on the first day of a program?

You will need to check in your child the first day of every program. Look for our Coerver® staff and Coerver® banners and/or pop-up tents.  During check-in our staff will provide you with your group number and direct you to the location of your groups coach. Coaches will call you into groups right at the advertised start-time of the program. We encourage participants to arrive early on the first day of any program as there can sometimes be a line to check-in.

 

 


 

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