I was registered for Summer Camp, do I need to register again?
Yes, you will need to register again but please wait to hear from our team before registering for Rock the Summer.
Who can attend Rock the Summer?
Rock the Summer is for all rising 6th graders through students who will have graduated in 2020.
Where is Rock the Summer?
Rock the Summer will predominately take place at the Seacoast Church Mount Pleasant Campus. We will be taking the students off-site some of our House Wars competitions and After Party on Saturday.
What does the cost include?
The cost includes lunch and dinners starting Thursday evening and all activities. Transportation and lodging vary depending which campus/church you are attending with, please see the corresponding FAQ.
What if I can’t afford it?
If you or a student you know needs financial assistance to attend Rock the Summer, let us know. We don’t want cost to be the reason a student doesn’t attend and we want to help by providing partial scholarships for families in need. If you applied for a scholarship to Summer Camp, you will need to apply again for Rock the Summer. APPLY FOR SCHOLARSHIP ›
How are you handling transportation & lodging?
Transportation during the event to our field house wars competitions is provided. We will be using school buses and this is included in your registration cost.
Lowcountry Campuses/Partner Churches
Parents will drop off and pick up students at their local campus each day. Students will be bused to and from the MTP campus and will return to their homes to sleep.
Out of Charleston Campuses/Partner Churches
Transportation will be provided, and you will depart from your campus. We are also working on securing lodging for out of area students and leaders. We will update here as we know more.
What if my student has special needs (including severe dietary restrictions, requires one on one support at school or church, etc)?
If your student has special needs and you are interested in sending them to Rock the Summer, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
before registering your student. We would love to talk to you so we can see if we are able to accommodate your student. We are working to make this an environment that all students can experience and enjoy. Please understand that we are not always able to accommodate students who need one-on-one assistance, have extreme dietary restrictions, and have certain disabilities.
Yes. We will have a security team at Rock the Summer to ensure your students’ safety. Additionally, for every eight students, there will be an adult leader in addition to Rock the Summer staff. All adult leaders, staff, and security have been background checked.
What are the Rock the Summer rules?
If we have an issue with your student breaking the rules or any other behavioral issues, you will be contacted and will need to come pick up your student. This will be handled on a case-by-case basis depending on the rules that are broken.
– Respect the people, respect the place
– No romantic displays of affection
– Be at the right place at the right time
We will have souvenirs and some snacks for purchase. Sending additional money is not required but if your student would like to purchase these items, please make sure to send some money.
Where can parents find more information?
About a week and a half prior to the event, we will send a detailed information email to the parent email address you enter during registration.
What will you be doing for your Heart For Serve Project?
We are so excited to be partnering with Feed the Hungry and the Seacoast Missions Department to packing party over 100,000 meals that will be sent to Haiti and Sri Lanka. We will learn how we can make a difference in the world, have fun, and earn some House Wars points.
How are you handling social-distancing, cleaning, etc. with COVID-19?
We will be following the church’s guidelines for that are in place at the time of our event. You can see the latest information from Seacoast by visiting Seacoast.org/health