One Session: July 21, 22, 23, 24 and July 28, 29, 30 & 31. * NO CAMP ON FRIDAYS!!
*July 30 is the last day for girls entering grades 1-3. Those entering grades 4-10 may camp over night (optional) and return home before noon on July 31.
Please read our 2014 Admission Policy Admissions_Policy_2014
Registration will open at 9:00 a.m. on February 12 and will close at 5:00 p.m. on March 7. Please return to this page after January 15, 2014 for information on how to register for Diamond Crest Girl Scout Day Camp 2014.
Fees provide cookout meals, program supplies, bus transportation, accident insurance for all campers and a day camp patch.
Note: There will be an additional fee for any staff member, camper or Aide who is not currently a registered Girl Scout. Fees for 2014 will be posted on this page after January 15, 2014.
Bus transportation is provided from local grade schools or churches, with pick-up times from 8:00 to 8:30 a.m., returning to the schools between 3:30 and 4:00 p.m. (Children of camp staff may ride to camp in a parent’s car. All other campers must ride the bus to camp. No one under the age of 18 may drive to camp.)
Campers are girls entering grades1 through 7 in the fall of 2014. 7th grade campers will participate in the “Aides-in-Training” (AIT) program.
The AITS spend their time at camp preparing for their future roles as program Aides the following year (entering 8th grade). It is necessary that girls registering as AITS are able to attend camp the entire two weeks of the program. The Day Camp Team is continually striving to provide all of our campers an excellent camp experience. Well-trained Aides are critical to this goal!
Girls entering grades 8 through 10 serve as assistants to Day Camp staff, working with Unit Leaders to help supervise campers. Any applicant, who has not completed the Diamond Crest AIT Training or equivalent, will be placed in the AIT unit to complete training, regardless of her current grade level.
All Day Camp Staff Is Volunteer! This opportunity is open to all adults (18 as of the beginning of camp), not just Girl Scout leaders. Volunteers must complete the required training and adult screening through Girls Scouts of Northern California. New volunteers may be asked to complete a questionnaire.
Full time staff members work a minimum of 5 days. Children of full time staff members—Girl Scout, non-Girl Scout, Camper, Aide, Boy or Preschooler (potty-trained)—may be eligible for a discounted fee and priority registration. A limited number of part time staff positions may be available. Part time positions and discounted fees for children of part time staff will be determined on a case by case basis after registration is complete and a position has been assigned.
Junior Staff - JUL (Junior Unit Leader) or JAL (Junior Activity Leader)
Girls entering 11th grade or higher and under 18 years old may serve as Junior Staff. Please note that an Adult Staff member is 18 or older as of July 21, 2014. If you will not be 18 until AFTER July 21st, please use the "2014 Junior Staff" application link to register. Junior Staff:
1. Must be entering grade 11 or higher
2. Has completed AIT training or equivalent*
3. Has been an AIDE for 3 years, or an AIDE for 2 years, plus 1 year as an LIT
* If equivalent, would need to submit an application verifying training & experience working with children and accompanied by three references.
PIXIES or BOYS (who are children of staff)
As a courtesy to our adult staff members, we offer an onsite childcare program for preschoolers (Pixies) and boys entering grades 1-7. Please review the Admissions Policy for more information. Admissions_Policy_2014
Diamond Crest Girl Scout Day Camp Steering Committee
For additional information please return to this page after January 15, 2014.