Leaders-in-Training (LIT) Program:
Tapawingo Trails Camp’s Leaders-in-Training (LIT) program is for girls ages 13 and 14-yrs old. Tailor-made activities challenge young women to take on an active leadership role during camp that will help prepare them for the future. The mentorship program, along with participation in cooperative activities, as well as in spiritual and cultural formation classes allows LIT’s to deepen in self- knowledge, friendship, and in faith. Many LITs later apply for staff positions at Tapawingo Trails Camp having received this excellent training.
Leaders-in-Training (LITs) must complete an application form in addition to registering as a camper. This essay contains the requirement to write a 250-word essay describing why the candidate would like to be a LIT. The essay must accompany the application for it to be considered. Please refer to the LIT Application Form for the essay parameters. The LIT Director will be conducting a phone interview with each applicant between, dates to be TBA.
Arrival at Camp:
Families are invited to attend Mass at noon on Sunday TBD followed by a bring-your-own picnic lunch.
Check-in begins at 2:00 PM. Camp officially begins at 3:00 PM.
Upon arrival, your daughter will be assigned to a cabin. There are 4 cabins with 10 campers each for kids ages 9 to 12-yrs old. There are 2 LIT cabins with 8 LITs each for girls ages 13 and 14-yrs old. Each cabin will be supervised by a Counsellor and a Counsellor-in-Training.
The last day of camp and pick-up is TBA. Families are invited to attend Mass at 8:00 AM. Cabin clean-up and departure is between 9:30 – 11:00 AM.
Camp Fees and Registration
Registration will be open from TBD. You will receive confirmation of registration by TBD and your payment will be due by TBD. Payments will be accepted by e-Transfer to firstname.lastname@example.org or via Cheque through regular post.
Campers and first-year staff will be refunded for half of their registration fees if their registration is cancelled by TBD. After that date, no refund is available.
In cooperation with the parents, campers with special diets will be assessed and accommodated on an individual basis.