High Five

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Camp Information

High Five dates are June 10-14th 2024

Camp hours are 9-2:30 daily with check in starting at 8:30

Camp Registration fees are $200 per camper plus any additional costs for premium electives and add-ons. Discounts on registration are available for adults who volunteer for the full week of High Five. (Scroll down for more info)

Campers must be age 5 or older by the first day of camp to attend.

If you are in need of financial assistance, please apply by filling out the scholarship form below, in it's entirety and send to your respective campus. A scholarship must be approved prior to registrations. 

Scholarship Form

Scroll down to our FAQ's to get more details!

Camp Registration will open April 11th 2024 at 10AM MST.

Before you register be sure you have your camper(s) elective choices (with back up options) and a current photo to upload. 

If you are a full time volunteer your discount code was emailed to you upon completion of your volunteer application. Make sure you have that ready for check out. 

Electives & Registration


Serve with us.

Calling anyone 9th grade to 100! We're gearing up for a big group of excited campers, and we need a superhero squad of volunteers to make it happen. Whether you can join us for one day or the full week, we want YOU on our team. There are many ways you can volunteer at High Five and we can accommodate lots of different schedules so please consider joining us and help make this year the best yet! 

For adult volunteers ready to dive into the full camp experience, we've got an amazing deal for you. Serve all day, every day, and receive a discount on your camper(s) tuition. Register to volunteer before April 9th, and you'll snag $100 off! But if you miss the early-bird deadline, don't worry—you can still get $70 off for for signing up to volunteer full-time.

IMPORTANT NOTE: Discount only applies to your children or grandchildren.
You must register to volunteer before you register your camper to receive the discount.

Got what it takes to lead a camp elective? Do you have a skill or hobby that you're passionate about teaching to the next generation? We'd love to talk to you about it! And bonus! For those who do lead, there's an extra tuition discount waiting just for you! 

Can 7th & 8th graders serve as volunteers? We're big fans of our awesome middle school volunteers and we want to include all who are eager to join! However, there are a limited number of middle school spots available, so if you're excited about serving  visit your campus page below for more information!

Visit Your Campus Volunteer Page to Learn More & Register


Questions? Get in touch.

We have provided answers to some of our most frequently asked questions below. If you have other questions, please reach out to your respective campus.

Englewood - highfiveENG@bravechurch.online
 Westminster - highfiveWST@bravechurch.online

Campers will kick off the adventure at drop-off between 8:30-9:00am, heading straight to group programming for an hour of fun games, authentic worship, skits, and engaging teaching. From there they will dive into their first exciting elective! At lunchtime campers will gather in their morning groups to enjoy lunch and then everyone comes together for mid-day programming that sets the stage for an afternoon of fun. Afternoon electives span the rest of the camp day and include group devotional time, where campers can share and discuss what they're discovering about their faith. Parents arrive at 2:30 for pick and will head to their campers second elective to check them out.
Each camper will receive a shirt they need to wear EVERYDAY. There will be an option during registration to order additional shirts if needed. In addition to the shirt, they should wear comfortable shoes and modest shorts or pants that they can have fun and get messy in. We require that all shorts be no shorter than 2 inches above the knee.
Each camper needs a nutritious packed lunch and water bottle. There will be lots of water stations throughout to refill. Please make sure to have everything clearly labeled with their names. We ask that all personal and valuable item; including cell phones, jewelry and toys, be left at home.
Yes! To help keep those energy levels up, we've got them covered with delicious gluten, dairy, and nut-free snacks served during both morning and afternoon electives.
Absolutely! Electives are tailored to specific age groups, either 5-7 years old or 8-11 years old. If your child wishes to be with a friend or sibling, it's important that they fall into the same age group. Unfortunately, we cannot reserve spots, so be sure to register buddies early and together. Additionally, ensure they select the same elective and time slot.
Campers can be dropped off between 8:30-9:00am each morning. Every camper must be checked in and escorted to the worship center. Pick up is at 2:30 each afternoon. A matching coded wristband (or a photo of it) is required for us to release a child. If you have additional people who will be picking up your campers, please note that on camper registration. Due to camp schedule and availability, we cannot accommodate campers who need to arrive late or be picked up early. Please ensure that all other camps, appointments, and lessons for your children are scheduled for a different week.
High Five is for everyone and if you need assistance paying the registration fee, we invite you fill out a tuition assistance/scholarship form. Scholarship requests will be considered on a first come first serve basis, so we encourage you to reach out to us early. Please note that scholarship forms must be filled out in full to receive consideration.
High Five's top priority is a safe and fun camp experience! We will have staffed first aid stations available throughout camp to assist with bumps, bruises, or tummy troubles. For anything beyond a bandaid or quick rest, we'll contact the camper's guardian and additional medical assistance if necessecary. Please note, our volunteers cannot administer any medication. If your camper requires medication during camp hours, a parent or guardian must come to administer it. Safety first for all our campers!