Camp Activities

Sports

Cooking

Art

Gardening

Science

Swimming

Camp Tuition

Little Campers Tuition
$205 Week
  • 4/5 Year Olds
  •  4 Y/O must be 5 by September 1
Camp Tuition
$185 Week
  • 6-14 Years Old
  • 10% Sibling Discount
Before/After Care
$25 Week
  • $10/wk Before Care ONLY
  • $20/wk After Care ONLY
Daily Tuition
$40 Day
  • $45 for 4/5 year olds
  • Must be scheduled in advance

Field Trips

Six Flags Season Pass

LIMITED TIME SALE!

$54.99 Summer
  • 4-Meal Dining Plan- $39.99
  • Weekly Trip
  • Ages 8 and up
  • Purchase directly through Six Flags
Movie & Snack Pack
$8.00 Week
  • Movie Ticket, Popcorn, Snack & Drink
  • Weekly Trip
  • Ages 4-7
  • Limited Availability
Tentative Trips
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  • Skating
  • Chuck E. Cheese
  • Get Air
  • Dave and Busters

Tuition Payments

  • Prepayment is due on Tuesdays the week before each session
  • Payments may be made in person or through the website
  • Missed/late payments will result in forfeiture of reserved spot
  • Tuition payments are non-refundable
  • Deposit is applied to tuition

Camp Enrollment

  • Registrations and weekly enrollments closes 1 week before session
  •  Non-refundable deposit of $25/session required at registration
  • Deposit will be applied toward the weekly/daily tuition.
  • Contact us if additional sessions are needed
  • Space is limited

Camp Hours

  • Camp Hours ~  8am-4:30pm
  • Before Care ~ 7:30am
  • After Care ~ 4:30-6:00pm
  • Before and After care must be scheduled and prepaid at the time camp tuition is due

Little Campers (4-5 year olds)

  • Send a change of clothes labeled with camper’s name
  • Send  a mat (yoga mat) and/or blanket if your camper will be resting/napping
  • Little Campers will remain on-site for the water slide and wading during the swimming hour

Arrival and Departure

  • Camp drop off will be at the Lower Building, Door B
  • Ring the bell for entry into the building
  • Sign-In/Out is required by a parent/guardian each day

Field Trip/Off-Site Activities

  • Specific trips planned for each age group
  •  Limited spaces available
  • Off site activities are optional
  • Camp United will operate a regular camp schedule for those who stay on-site

Discounts and Scholarships

  • $100 off for all 8 weeks paid in full by the first day of camp
  • 10% sibling discount offered to siblings in the same household.
  • Child Care Subsidy Scholarships accepted.
  • Contact DSS for Subsidy Scholarship qualification

Snacks

  • Snacks may be brought from home or purchased from the snack store
  • Snacks will be available for purchase from the snack store.
  • Snacks range from $0.25 to $2.50.
  • You may set up a snack account for your camper (contact us for this option)

Camper Conduct

We want to ensure that your child will have the ultimate camp experience by having you to adhere to a few notes below to foster a meaningful camp experience for your child.  To ensure your child’s safety along with the safety of other campers, we strongly suggest that you go over these absolutes. There will absolutely be:

  • no hitting
  • no spitting
  • no kicking
  • no obscene/inappropriate touching
  • no obscene/inappropriate language

We reserve the right to cancel any child’s camp privileges with no refund for breaking any one of the rules. If there is a problem or your child feels there is a problem, we would recommend the child come to an adult staff member so we could resolve the situation immediately.  Most, if not all, situations are preventable if our campers were perfect. Knowing that everyone falls short of grace sometimes, we ask that you repetitiously remind your son(s) and/or daughter(s) to treat others the way they would want to be treated. All children must be at a stage where they are willing to share, display sportsmanship and work well with others. If a camper sees a child doing something inappropriate we expect that child to inform an adult immediately. We expect all campers to listen and respect the authorities of Camp United. There will be NO PHYSICAL CONTACT tolerated. CHILDREN MUST KEEP THEIR HANDS AND FEET TO THEMSELVES.

Sample Daily Schedule

7:30am-8:00am ————————– Before Care

8:00am-9:30am ————————– Check-In/Free Play

9:30am-10:00am ————————- Breakfast

10:00am-12:00am ———————– Activities

12:00pm-12:30pm ———————– Lunch

12:30pm-3:30pm ————————- Activities

3:30pm-4:00pm ————————— Snack/Snack Store

4:00pm-4:30pm ————————— Check Out

4:30pm-6:00pm ————————– After Care

Camp Weeks

Week 1 ————————— June 20-June 25

Week 2 ————————— June 28-July 2

Week 3 ————————— July 5-July 9

Week 4 ————————— July 12-July 16

Week 5 ————————– July 19-July 23

Week 6 ————————— July 26-July 30

Week 7 ————————— August 2-August 6

Week 8 ————————— August 9-August 13

Camp Staff

Matthew Day, Sr.

Executive Director

Mr. Day established UEC in 2001.  He is a former Physical Education teacher in Baltimore City Schools.  Mr. Day has over 20 years experience working with children in the classroom, on the court, and in out-of-school settings.

Leisha Correia-Day

Executive Director

Mrs. Day has over 20 years experience working with children as a teacher as well in the after school and summer camp setting.  She has taught in Baltimore City as well as Tampa, Florida.

Mark Chinnia

Lead Counselor

Mr. Chinnia currently works at The Mount Washington School.  He has over 15 years experience working in Baltimore City Schools and with UEC.

Cristal Everette

Lead Counselor

Mrs. Cristal has over 20 years of childcare experience.  During the school year, Ms. Everette works with UEC in The Mount Washington School Lower Building.

Garreth Haye

Lead Counselor

Señor Haye is a Spanish teacher at The Mount Washington School.  He has extensive experience working with summer camps and educational institutions.

Charity Gilbert

Lead Counselor

Ms. C. has over 13 years experience working with children.  She is credentialed to work with Pre-School through School Age Campers.

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