When a camp program reaches full capacity, we automatically start a waitlist through the registration website. If we receive a cancellation, we will notify waitlisted campers of availability.
A $25 non-refundable application fee is collected for each camper (not each class). If you register and need to cancel, you may do so for a full refund, less the $25 application fee, until May 31, 2020. Beginning on June 1, 2020, you will receive a 50% refund of the camp fees, less the $25 application fee. Once the selected program has begun, there is a 0% refund policy.
FOR COURSES WITH TRAVEL COMPONENTS:
**Should you register for this class and need to cancel, regardless of the cancellation date, you may be subject to cancellation fees to cover any costs already incurred.**
Campers must register using our online system. All mandatory forms (medical, waiver/liability) must be submitted prior to payment. Payment is due in-full at the time of registration, paid by credit card (Visa, Mastercard, or American Express) only.
CLASS CANCELLATION POLICY
On a rare occasion, we may need to cancel a class due to under-enrollment. If this occurs, we will do our best to accommodate a new class/camp selection. You are entitled to a 100% refund if we need to cancel due to under-enrollment.
SCHOLARSHIPS FOR VETERANS
Brentwood School offers children of Veterans the opportunity to enjoy Summer at Brentwood without the burden of tuition; full scholarships are based on availability and VA approval. Click here to learn more.
ATTENDANCE FOR YEARLONG/SEMESTER FOR-CREDIT COURSES
If a student is absent more than two days from a yearlong credit course, regardless of the circumstances, s/he will be automatically un-enrolled from the course and a "Withdraw" will be noted on the transcripts. For a semester-long class, students may not be absent more than one day, with the same consequences. See below for information from the Brentwood School Upper School Family Handbook.
"Summer Session: Students have until the end of the second day of the Summer Session to drop a class without penalty. After the end of the second day, Brentwood School records a “Withdraw” on school transcripts when students drop their [yearlong] credit courses. In all cases, if students drop courses, tuition for the Summer Session is non-refundable."