REGISTER

Registration for Girls Rock Camp 2017 is officially open! More information about registration follows below. For general information about what happens at Girls Rock Camp, visit our Girls Rock Camp info page and last year’s camp blog.

Click on the buttons below for the online application forms.

Application for Session 1: July 17-21 for campers ages 14-17 years old (in or entering high school in fall of 2017, 9th-12th grade)

SESSION 1 APPLICATION

Application for Session 2: August 14-18 for campers ages 11-13 years old (in or entering middle school in fall of 2017, 6th-8th grade)

SESSION 2 APPLICATION

Please note: If your camper is not with you when you complete your registration, you may still submit the form. The camper’s section (About Music & More!) does not have to be completed to register. A link to this section will be included in your application confirmation email, and the camper may complete it by the May 1 registration deadline (the sooner, the better!).

Once you have filled out a camp application, please click the “APPLICATION FEE PAYMENT” button below to pay the $10 application fee safely and securely via PayPal (Please do not pay via Razoo–thanks!).

APPLICATION FEE PAYMENT

BECOME A GRIT: Are you a Girls Rock Camp alum between the ages of 14-18 (heading into grade 9-12 in fall 2017), who has either a) attended Girls Rock Camp twice or b) attended Girls Rock Camp once and has also attended another GRR! program (such as Group Lessons or Sophia Sings)? You’re in luck– you are qualified to be a GRIT (Girls Rock Camp Internship & Training program participant) at Session Two of camp (you can still attend Session One, as well!)! There are a limited number of spaces in the GRIT program, which requires an application process and, unlike camp, it is not first-come, first-served. All applications completed by the deadline will be considered. Learn more about becoming a GRIT and fill out the GRIT application below!

GRIT APPLICATION

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

When does registration begin and end?

Registration will open February 24 at 8am and closes on May 1 or when each camp has reached capacity.   

What is the camp schedule?

SESSION 1: July 17-21 for campers ages 14-17 (in or entering high school, 9th-12th grade) at JamStage, capacity of 30; current, former, and future GRITs are encouraged to apply!

SESSION 2: August 14-18 for campers ages 11-13 (in or entering middle school, 6th-8th grade) at the Rhode Island Philharmonic, capacity of 50

Schedule:

Monday – Thursday:  9am-5pm

Friday:  9am-3pm; then an all ages Final Showcase at 6pm (required participation for all campers)

Where is camp?

Session 1 will be held at JamStage, located at 25 Esten Ave in Pawtucket, RI, right off of a bus line. Session 2 of Girls Rock Camp will be held at Rhode Island Philharmonic’s Carter Center, located at 667 Waterman Ave in East Providence, RI, which is also right off of a bus line. You can see pictures from the inside of the Carter Center here.

How much does camp cost?

Tuition for the week is $375 plus a $10 application fee. For families who can afford to pay more we encourage you to do so. The camp is run by a volunteer staff of artists, musicians, and educators. Whether you can give $5 more or $5,000 more, every little bit helps and is greatly appreciated!  Any contribution amount above $572 (actual per camper cost) is tax deductible.

Is financial aid available?

Yes. We offer reduced tuition on a sliding scale based on the participant’s household income.

What is reduced tuition and sliding scale?

We offer two types of reduced tuition: Partial Scholarship and Full Scholarship.  These will be awarded by GRR! staff and are based on household income and the amount a family is able to pay.  Families awarded a Partial Scholarship for reduced tuition will pay what they can between $50 and $250 (also known as sliding scale; families determine the amount they pay based on what they can afford). Families awarded Full Scholarship reduced tuition will attend for free. Contact johanna@girlsrockri.org for more information. 

How many reduced tuition spots are available?

Space at Session 1 is limited to 30 participants and we will award approximately 10 Full Pay spots, 10 Partial Scholarship spots, and 10 Full Scholarship spots. Space at Session 2 is limited to 50 participants and we will award approximately 16 Full Pay spots, 16 Partial Scholarship spots, and 16 Full Scholarship spots.

When is the tuition payment due?

Once you have received final confirmation that your camper has been accepted into camp, payment is due by June 1. If you do not pay in full by the deadline we will be forced to cancel your acceptance into the camp and give your spot to another camper.

Full pay tuition is $375. If you are receiving a partial scholarship, tuition is sliding scale (pay what you can) between $50-$250. You will be able to pay on this page via Paypal or via check once we contact you to let you know your camper is on the final camper list.

What if I am accepted but I don’t get my first choice of instrument?

We do our best to help everyone get their first choice instrument, but that is not always possible, and sometimes campers will have to play their second choice instrument as a way to make cohesive bands.

When will I know if I got in?

If you apply online we will email you a notification that your registration has been received within one week of the date of your registration.  We will also mail out notifications to every applicant to inform you of the status of your acceptance.  Registration closes on May 1 and the final list of campers will go out by May 19.

What if I need to cancel?

If you need to cancel, please notify the office right away.  If you have submitted your payment and would like a refund, you must cancel IN WRITING.  If you cancel before June 19 we will refund 50% of your payment.  If you cancel after June 19 we cannot refund your payment.  Also, full payment is due by June 1.  If you have not paid in full by this date, you will lose your spot, as there are many other rockers who’d be happy to have it!

I didn’t get in, is there a waitlist?

If you didn’t get into this session we will keep a short waitlist in case there are any last minute cancellations. This list is only active for this year’s sessions and you will have to re-register next year.

Safety Concerns:

Girls Rock! Rhode Island is a fully-insured day camp in Rhode Island. All of our camp week volunteers undergo the standard, up-to-date background checks required of anyone working with children in Rhode Island. Girls Rock! Rhode Island also provides up to 30 min. of morning & afternoon supervision for campers who cannot be dropped off or picked up right as the camp day begins & ends.

More questions?

Contact Johanna Walczak with any questions about registration: johanna@girlsrockri.org!