Step 1: Submit Application and Deposit
Submit your application and deposit through our online booking system. We require a non-refundable $700 deposit at the time of registration ($100 for financial aid applicants), which is applied toward tuition. Chewonki accepts checks, all major credit cards, and monetary wire transfers.
If you need assistance with the process please contact the camp office: email@example.com or call Leslie Hunter at 207-882-7323, ext. 104.
Step 2: Await Confirmation
Submitting an application form online does not automatically enroll your child in a Chewonki program. Once your application has been received, we will review it for appropriate program placement. Please note that we may contact you with questions to ensure the most appropriate program placement for your child or to make you aware of a waiting list for the program.
Step 3: Receive Enrollment Confirmation
Once we have made a program determination, you will receive an acknowledgement letter formally welcoming your child to the program. In this letter, you will receive links back to our website for more information on getting your child ready for their Chewonki experience. Deposits will be processed once the director confirms the registration. Please note that families intending to apply for financial aid will be sent a separate email at this time with instructions for applying and a link to our third-party financial aid service.
Step 4: Make Final Payment
Our payment schedule is as follows: February 1 – half balance due. May 1 – remaining balance due. Please call our business office at (207) 882-7323 if you have any questions about tuition payment.
Withdrawals: A full refund, less deposit will be given if a participant withdraws prior to May 15. The family is responsible for the entire tuition if the participant withdraws after May 15, arrives late for camp or leaves early. If a participant leaves a program early due to illness or injury, the tuition will not be refunded. However, 50% of the remaining pro-rated balance may be credited to another program for the following summer. Alternate programs are not available if a participant is unable to continue in the program for which they are registered. If you have any questions, please consult with the program director.