Koronis offers 3 programs for grades 3-college: Junior Camp (grades 3-7), Senior Camp (grades 8-10) and Seminar (grade 11-college).
GRADES 3 - 7
Junior Camp is a program for kids entering grades 3-7. The campers stay together in dorms and are supervised throughout the week a staff of qualified Christian counselors and directors. It is a fun and safe enviroment to also bring your friends.
The week is a fun and active one for this energetic age. There are individual and group sports/activities, singing, Bible lessons, crafts, fishing, a talent night and week long contests.
The Bible lessons are both fun and instructive, helping junior campers better understand the Good News and in beginning a walk with Christ.
SPEAKER: Stefan Johnson
Senior Camp is for teens entering grades 8-10. This is an important age for developing one's relationship with Christ and with others; and this camp program is designed to meet those needs.
Campers will enjoy activities such as; campfires, mixer games, team sports, water activities (skiing, tubing, swimming). These activities will help teens get to know each other better and create great friendships. They will study the Bible and look at what it means to be a Christian living in today's society and encourage teens in their walk with Christ.
SPEAKER: Tony Myers
GRADE 11 - COLLEGE
Who said camp was just for kids? Koronis is unique in that we offer a popular program for those entering grades 11 - college. College-level Bible studies dig into the Word of God. Informal discussion groups give them a chance to express themselves and to wrestle with issues facing their ages today.
Campers, to which many invite friends, features competitive sports, water activities (skiing, tubing, swimming), night games and plenty of social activities.
Bring a friend to camp and you receive $20 off your bill and your friend receives $40 off.
Campers are not permitted to posses a cell phone or any other electronic devices at camp for any reason. Campers who bring a cell phone or electronic device to camp will be asked to turn it in during camper check-in at the start of the week. Devices will be safely held by camp staff and returned to campers on Saturday morning before departure.