General Information

Welcome To Summer at Palmer Trinity 2017

Summer at Palmer Trinity invites boys and girls, entering grades 5th - 12th grade, to experience arts, academics, enrichments, and sports. As a camper or student, you will have a great time making new friends while discovering something new in one of our exciting programs taught from some of the best educators in the Miami area. We have a camp or class just for you!

Registration questions? Contact Val Baker at (305) 259-1104. We look forward to seeing you this summer.

Payment

Payment in full is due at the time of registration.  Payment can be made conveniently online by debit and credit card. 

Cancellations and Refunds

Refunds will be granted for cancellations made on or before May 1st. After May 1st, NO REFUND will be made for withdrawals from all or part of a session. Tuition payments will be refunded only if an offering is canceled by Summer Experience at Palmer Trinity and an alternate offering is not available.

Communication

Upon completion of our registration, you will receive a confirmation email summarizing your registration selections. You will be sent an email reminder on May 1st regarding your registration. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact the Office of Auxiliary Programs (305) 259-1104.

Drop Off and Pick Up

Summer Experience at Palmer Trinity will have supervised drop off and pick up from the hours of 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Camp drop-off will be located at the front parking lot circle.  All students will report to the gym for morning attendance. Students will be escorted to the front circle for pick up each day.  Students who will be driving to camp are asked to park in the back parking lot of the school. S.E.A. campers will be dropped off and picked up at Deering Estate.

Lunch

Lunch is provided from 12:00 - 1:00 p.m. for our full-day campers.  Campers will eat in the Palmer Trinity Main Dining Room.
 

Safety

A secure environment is a top priority of Summer Experience at Palmer Trinity. Any visitor on campus, including parents, must present a valid ID in the form of a Florida driver's license. Palmer Trinity's excellent security team will be present during carpool times and will also monitor the campus throughout the day. Please adhere to the following Restrictions and Responsibility guidelines to ensure a smooth camp week.

Restrictions - Do not allow your child to bring electronic devices (unless required for camp), toys, squirt guns, trading cards, or weapons of any kind. No illegal drugs or alcohol are permitted on the premises.

Responsibility - Label everything! We will provide a lost and found for each week. If items are not retrieved, they will go to charity at the end of the week. Parents and campers are responsible for communicating any concerns or pick up/drop off changes in advance. Students will not be allowed to deter from their daily schedule unless a written request is presented in advance.

Medical

Palmer Trinity will have a full-time certified Athletic Trainer on staff as well as certified instructors in CPR/First Aid. The school is equipped with AED units. If your child is bringing medication to camp that must be taken, please adhere to the following guidelines:
  • Clearly mark the medication with your child's first and last name.
  • Place the above items in a Ziploc bag with your child's first and last name marked clearly with a permanent marker on the outside of the bag.
  • Palmer Trinity will observe medical administration, but WILL NOT directly administer medication, with the exception of campers who bring their own EpiPen and are suffering from anaphylaxis.
  • Water is provided throughout the campus during all camp hours.
  • If you believe your child's medical condition requires additional consideration, please contact Val Baker, Director of Auxiliary Programs at (305) 259-1104.
8001 SW 184 Street, Miami, FL 33157
Tel: 305.251.2230 | Fax: 305.251.2917
An independent, college preparatory, co-ed, Episcopal day school serving a community of students grades 6-12.