Answers to some of the questions that we get about drones and camp sessions.

What should campers bring to the camp?

Attendees should bring the following items:
  • Their own lunch
  • Their own morning and afternoon snacks
  • A water bottle. Water can be refilled throughout the day using the school water fountains.
  • Personal sun protection (sunscreen, hat, and/or sunglasses) 

Will meals be provided?

The camp does not provide food or snacks.  Please ensure that your child arrives with their own lunch and snacks for the day. Inform the instructors of any food allergies that the camper may have. 

What is your cancelation policy?

  • Full refund: Provided for cancelations made 30 days prior to the start of your camp week. 
  • 50% refund: Provided for cancelations between 15 and 30 days prior to the start of your camp week. 
  • No refund: for cancelations made less than 15 days prior to the start of your camp week.

What happens during inclement weather?

The camp is designed to have both in classroom time and outdoor drone flying time.  The instructors will closely monitor the weather situation during the camp sessions. Instructors will flex the camp schedule in order to avoid being outdoors during inclement weather.  Drones will not be flown during any inclement weather. 

What if my child is not in middle school but wants to attend?

We create the curriculum to be engaging for students who are rising 6th to 9th-graders.  If your child is slightly younger but has the maturity to handle professional drone equipment, we'd be happy to have them join our camp.  Slightly older campers are welcome as well as long as they are patient and comfortable knowing their classmates will be younger.