Details & Frequently Asked Questions about Camp


What do you teach at camp?

At camp students are trained in Leadership, Apologetics, and Worldviews. They are immersed in the core essentials of Christian teaching and how it compares to other belief systems. Please see our statement of faith for doctrinal questions and download our Key Concepts for the heart of the curriculum we teach at camp.


Check-In & Departure for Camp

Check-in opens at 2:45 and runs until 4:15 pm on Sunday. Departure is at 12 noon (before lunch) on Friday. Parents, please join us on Friday at 9:15 am for the last session with the students followed by a brief parent meeting to discuss the major highlights and moments of camp.



Due to airline regulations and safety concerns, Worldview Academy does not offer a camp shuttle service to and from local airports, bus depots, or train stations. In addition, we cannot give out anyone’s contact information to assist with carpool, but recommend trying to connect with other camp families in your area via Facebook, your church, or homeschool groups.


Use of Phones/Electronics

Student cell phones are not allowed at camp – no exceptions. Cell phones brought by students will be collected at check-in and returned at the closing of camp. However, students may use the camp phone to call home. Parents must authorize calls to anyone other than immediate family. All electronics (recording equipment, mp3 players, cell phones, laptops, tablets, e-readers, etc.) are prohibited at camp with the exception of some cameras and will be collected by staff and returned to students on the last day of camp.


Safe Campus

We take very seriously the safety and welfare of your student while they are at camp. Consequently, we will conduct a security search the first evening of camp. If prohibited items from our packing list are found, they will be collected and returned to the student at the end of camp. There will also be a safety briefing during camp orientation outlining emergency procedures.


What does camp tuition cover?

Cost of Camp Tuition is $760. Tuition Includes • Lodging • Camp T-shirt • Program Activities • Online Photos and Daily Camp Updates • Meals (Sunday supper-Friday breakfast) • Transportation for off-site activities • Worldview Academy Student Notebook and Materials


Tuition Payment Details

Your tuition balance must be received in full two weeks prior to your camp start date. Students whose balances are not paid at that time will be removed from the roster and forfeit all monies paid. The deposit is non-refundable, but fully transferable in the same calendar year. Payments may be made through your online account or over the phone at 800.241.1123. Please make checks payable to “Worldview Academy” and remit to PO Box 23, Mount Pleasant, TX 75456.



Partial Scholarships are available for first-time students and are awarded on a first-come-first-serve basis. Scholarships are up to $200 in tuition credit. Please apply by completing our online application.


Release Forms

The Student Profile/Medical Release form is required for your student to attend camp. This form may be completed through your online account at www.worldview.org. Release forms must be received two weeks before your student attends camp.


Cancellation Policy

All deposits are non-refundable. Students cancelling more than two weeks prior to their camp session will be refunded their entire camp fee, less the registration deposit. Students cancelling within two weeks of their session will forfeit the entire fee. Please cancel with us over the phone (800.241.1123) or by emailing registrar@worldview.org.


Roommate Requests

In order to consider a roommate request, the request must be made through your online account at least two weeks prior to your camp start date. Two students must mutually request each other and they must be within one year of age of each other at the time of camp. We cannot guarantee roommate requests.


Prescription Medications

All prescription medications must be labeled, placed in a “Ziploc” bag, and turned into the “Meds” table during Camp Check-In. The only exceptions are Epi-Pens & asthma inhalers which students can keep with them at all times. One of our senior staff members will oversee the administration of all prescriptions throughout the course of the week. Meds will be returned to students Friday morning of camp.