At Camp Sewataro we provide a place for your child to make new friends, and connect with old friends
The deadline for submitting a friend request is February 1st.
Our Grouping Policy
Campers are grouped by grade, gender and when possible, length of session (campers coming for 2 and 4 week long sessions are placed together and 6 and 8 week long session campers are placed together). This gives the 6/8 week campers a more consistent experience, allowing more time for bonding with group mates and progression at activities, and prevents 2/4 weekers from feeling left out. Depending on enrollment for each grade, groups may have two grade levels in one group.
Please don’t assume that your child will be placed with the same children every year. Enrollment can significantly change group makeup from year to year. If it’s important that your child is with a specific friend, make sure to submit your friend request.
Your child may request one friend to be placed with on the camper application or by filling out the “Friend Request” form in your CampInTouch account. Your child’s friend must be the same gender, entering the same grade in the fall and coming for a compatible session. Mutual requests are more likely to be honored. We make every effort to honor these requests, but they are not guaranteed. The earlier you enroll, the more likely it is that we will be able to honor your request. If we are unable to honor your request, you will be notified prior to camp.
Two large parts of our mission are creating a sense of community and teaching children the skills required to develop authentic friendships. We want our campers to come away feeling like they are part of something bigger; a family of sorts. This philosophy is what drives our grouping policies, specifically the one request limit and length of session groupings. We understand that for some campers, attending camp with a friend is crucial. Many others come to camp without a friend request, hoping to make new connections. We ask that you consider our mission and our community in making your request.