We have created a process to aid us in finding the most appropriate candidates who possess three specific attributes: curiosity, creativity and perseverance.
Thank you for your interest in enrolling your child in AnBryce programs!
If you are a parent, teacher, mentor, community leader or any other caring adult who would like to enroll a young person, ages 6–18, in an AnBryce program, we invite you to create an online application. You may also contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org for Camp Dogwood inquiries or the email@example.com, if you are unable to complete the online form.
Once we have received the contact information of a potential participant, an AnBryce staff member will contact you with further instructions to complete the application process.
We require that all requested documents be turned in (with the exception of the physician’s form) before any admission decision can be made.
When the application has been approved, the program and fee schedule (sliding scale by household income) will be determined and sent home either electronically or by mail.
A completed application does not guarantee admission. We also require a personal meeting (in-person or over the phone) with all new families before any final admission decision can be made.
Please adhere to application deadlines, as applications are approved on a first come, first served basis.
We recognize and respect the rights of the individuals who participate in our programs, and we do not engage in or tolerate discrimination. At the same time, the safety of our participants is our highest priority. We will consider sensitive issues on a case by case basis, while adhering to the guiding principles of participant safety and inclusion.
Camp Dogwood’s scope of health care is limited to the basic care of common human concerns (e.g., headaches, colds, upset stomach, basic first-aid, etc.) and supported by a combination of on-call local physicians and emergency personnel. Camp Dogwood cannot provide additional medical staff to meet the needs of campers requiring a greater standard of care.