What’s the address of Creator Camp?
We have many locations in Houston & Austin! To see the address of the nearest Creator Camp to you, check out the Locations Page. You can even put in your address to automatically find the closest one to you! Each locations offers different weeks throughout the Summer.
My child has no experience in film, animation, or the tech camps, can they attend Creator Camp?
Yes, absolutely! Our camps are specifically designed to cater to students of all levels, whether you're just starting out or have some prior experience. For those who are new to the topics, we provide a solid foundation of the basics, ensuring that you'll be able to thrive and develop your skills in a comfortable and supportive environment. Meanwhile, for those who already have some knowledge and experience under their belts, our camps offer an opportunity to explore and expand upon what you already know, delve deeper into the topics that interest you most, and take your skills to the next level. With a wide range of activities, projects, and challenges, there's truly something for everyone at our camps!
What times are the camps?
Drop off is at 8:30am and Pick Up is at 3:30pm each day. If you need early drop off or late pick up, you can add that when registering.
Creative Camps (Filmmaking, Animation, YouTube) are 3 days long, always on Monday, Tuesday, & Wednesday.
Tech Camps (A.I., Minecraft, Game Dev) are 2 days long, always on Thursday & Friday.
Are the YouTube camp videos posted online / on YouTube?
No. Our YouTube students only make “mock” YouTube brands and videos, nothing will be posted online without parent consent.
Students have the option to either rent a Creator Camp iPad, or to bring one from home.
The iPads being brought from home just need to meet the following criteria:
Does Creator Camp Provide Food?
Absolutely! We provide wholesome meal plans for students at an additional cost. Alternatively, you are welcome to bring your own packed lunch free of charge. Kindly refer to our meal plan page for further details.
Are the kids on screens all day?
Definitely not! The kids break twice in the day for recess and lunch, during this time they have various activities and games indoors. We will ask the students to put away all iPads for lunch and interact with classmates during games.
Can I change who picks up my child from Creator Camp?
Yes, please let our camp staff know the name and phone number of the person who will be collecting your child, or get in touch with us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Will there be homework?
No. Our curriculum is designed to keep students challenged and engaged; however, the content of each class is designed to be completed within the allotted time.
Early drop-off and Late pick-up policy
Early drop-off and late pick-up options are available for your child for an extra charge. You can purchase these when you go through our sign up process.
The earliest that a student with the early drop-off option will be allowed to be dropped off is 7:30am. Anytime before that and our staff will not be able to accommodate for your child.
The latest that a student will be able to be picked up with our late pick-up option is 4:30pm. Any later than 4:30pm and you will be charged with a late fee.
Late Fee Policy
If your child does not have the late pickup option you will be subject to a charge of $50 for every 30 minutes past the normal pickup time (3:30pm).
$25 is charged every 15 minutes after 4:30pm.
Can my child sign him/herself out of camp?
At Creator Camp, the safety of our students is of utmost importance to us. For this reason, we kindly request to meet with all parents or guardians before and after the camp day, especially for our younger students. This allows us to be certain that all students have left with a trusted adult. Additionally, it provides an opportunity for our staff to address any important matters with you.
If there are extenuating circumstances where your child needs to sign themselves in or out, we kindly request that permission be granted by the parent or guardian. Please inform us as soon as possible by contacting us at email@example.com.
How did Creator Camp start?
Watch this video to learn about our camp’s history!
Coronavirus Action Plan
Our number one priority at Creator Camp has always been and still is to keep students safe. If at any time we feel that we cannot provide a safe environment we will not continue with the program as planned.
We have been following Government advice regarding the coronavirus and how schools should operate during this period. We have implemented many new policies and approaches that children will be used to following at their school (listed below). As each Creator Camp venue has a greatly reduced number of children in attendance at camp when compared to a normal school day, we are confident that the procedures rolled out by most schools will be easier to navigate at Creator Camp with the reduced student numbers.
The following practices will be actioned at all of our camp locations: