Camp Orlando

High School: JULY 13-17, 2024
Middle School: JULY 17-20, 2024

Camp Orlando registration is now OPEN!

Camp Orlando is First Orlando’s annual summer camp at Southeastern University! Camp Orlando is for all students who will complete grades 5th-12th in the 2024/2025 school year. Students will experience God through authentic worship and dynamic Bible teaching. They will also have a fantastic time with other students their age through small groups, team recreation during the day, and late-night activities!

This year, Camp Orlando is two camps – one specifically designed for our High School Students, and one created just for Middle Schoolers! We want Camp Orlando to be impactful, relatable, and fun for each student regardless of their age. We’re so excited to have curated experiences for both Middle School and High School.

If your student is completing 5th grade in May 2024, they will be considered a 6th-grade student for Camp Orlando 2024. If your student will complete 8th grade in May 2024, they will be considered a 9th-grade student for Camp and you must complete the High School Registration Form. If your student graduated high school in May 2024, they will attend High School Camp as a “Graduate”.

Both Camps will be held at Southeastern University.
High School Camp will be from July 13-17, 2024.
Middle School Camp will be from July 17-20, 2024.

Register FOR HS CAMP

Register FOR MS CAMP

Payment

Registration Price

First 75 Special  Registration Cost – $319The first 75 people to register for each Camp (MS or HS) will receive a discount of $100 off our regular price!
Early Registration Cost (Until May 26, 2024) – $369
Regular Registration Cost (May 26, 2024 – June 23, 2024) – $419
Late Registration Cost (June 24, 2024 – July 3, 2024) – $499

CAMP ORLANDO REGISTRATION CLOSES JULY 3, 2024 AT 11:59PM!
*Registration amount must be paid in full by July 13, 2024 for your student to attend Camp Orlando*



How to Continue Making Payments Toward Your Student’s Camp Registration Balance

Did you know that you do not need to make full payment upfront for your student to attend Camp Orlando? Once you register your student to attend Camp, you will be asked to make a down payment starting at the minimum amount required to hold their spot. Once you make a down payment, you can continue to make other payments at your own pace until you reach the full cost amount by July 13. Once your student is registered for Camp and you would like to start making payments, please follow the instructions below:

  1. Click the “Continue Making Payments for…” button below for your respective Camp Orlando (HS or MS).
  2. When redirected, click “Login” in the top right corner of the new page.
  3. Enter your phone number and wait for the security code.
  4. Enter the security code texted to your phone when prompted.
  5. Click your profile icon in the top right corner of the screen and click “My Profile and Settings” on the next screen.
  6. Once on your profile page, click the tab labeled “My Registrations”.
  7. Select the current registration for Camp Orlando 2024.
  8. Click the “Make a Payment” button and enter your payment information.

 

Continue making payments
for hs Camp

Continue making payments
for MS Camp

MEDICAL FORMS AND WAIVERS

All Camp Orlando attendees under 18 are required to fill out the mandatory Medical and Consent Release form for participation. This form allows us to collect information that’s crucial to ensuring your student’s safety. For the best and fastest experience at check-in on event day, we HIGHLY RECOMMEND that you take some time to fill out this form BEFORE July 13, 2024.

Medical Consent and
Release Form

If you have any questions, please email JohnMarshall@FirstOrlando.com or call 407-514-4318.
We speak English and Spanish

CAMP LATE-NIGHT ACTIVITIES

Each night, we will have a fun activity for all of our students to participate in! The theme for each night is a bit different every year, and we’re finally ready to reveal them to the world! The Camp Late-Night activities for this year will be revealed as we get closer to Camp.

SPONSOR A STUDENT

Camp Orlando is one of the best weeks of the year for many of our students, and we want to do everything we can to ensure that we reach as many students as we can with the good news of Jesus Christ. If you would like to make a difference in a student’s life but are not able to make it to Camp this year, we have the perfect opportunity for you! We are always extremely thankful for any donations we receive for the purpose of sending a student to Camp, and you have a chance to donate today. Any donation, regardless of how large or small, will go towards making a life-changing difference in a student’s life. If you would like to be part of a student’s journey to Camp this year, click below.

Sponsor A Student

Serve With Us

We would love to have you serve with us at Camp Orlando. Sign up today to apply to serve at one of the following roles below. Once we receive your application, we will review it and get back to you with follow up information and details.

Small Group Leader

• Lead a group of students by attending sessions together, small group time, and free-time activities. You will spend time with a group of about 10-15 students and a co-leader for the duration of camp.
• Help facilitate small group conversations and provide the opportunity for the main sessions to become small and more personal for your group.
• Be available to offer counsel to students as needed.
• Be a spiritual leader and set the example by following and enforcing the rules, keeping a positive attitude, and encouraging participation.
• Make sure that no one in the group is left behind and that every student feels included.
• Attend our Camp Orlando Leader Training. The date will be sent via email when you sign up.



Remember that Camp Orlando will be split into High School Camp and Middle School Camp. Please keep this in mind when filling out our Camp volunteer application!

Serve AT CAMP ORLANDO

SAMPLE SCHEDULE

Please note that schedule below is NOT the official schedule for Camp Orlando 2024. This is just a sample so you can have an idea of what a day at camp would look like. You will receive an official schedule via email on the week of the event.

8am: Breakfast
8:50am: Devotional Time
9:15am: Morning Show
10:15am: High School Small Group Time/ Middle School Recreation Time
11:15am: High School Recreation Time/ Middle School Clean Up for Lunch
11:30am: Middle School Lunch
12:15pm: High School Clean Up for Lunch
12:30pm- High School Lunch
1:30pm: Free Time (Breakout sessions, tournaments, outdoor games, etc.)
5:30pm: Middle School Dinner
6:15pm: High School Dinner
7:00pm: Evening Service
9:00pm: Small Group Time for Middle and High School
10pm: Late Night Activity

WHAT TO BRING

• A backpack to carry your essentials for the day.
• HARD COPY Bible, a journal or a notebook, and a pen.
• No more than ONE suitcase and small carry-on bag per student.
• Modest attire (no low cut/spaghetti strap shirts or short shorts). We recommend athletic clothes and shoes for during the day and dressier yet casual outfits for night services.
• Twin Bedding (sheets and blankets) and a pillow for dorms.
• Toiletries (hand soap, body soap, shampoo, deodorant, toothbrush, toothpaste, etc.)
• Towels (for shower and pool)
• Money for snacks & coffee shop – suggested: $20 (Middle School parents, we will have a Middle School Bank available to hold your student’s money if needed. The bank will be open every day at lunch and dinner time. If you would like to drop off some cash for your Middle Schooler to use during camp, please stop by the MS Bank station after you check-in on July 17.)
• Swimwear (one-piece or modest tankini for girls, long shorts for guys)
• Sunscreen and bug spray
• Non-perishable snacks
• Water bottle to keep with you during the day
• Clothes and accessories for late-night activities.

WHAT NOT TO BRING

• Fireworks or prank items, such as shaving cream, water balloons, water guns, etc.
• Weapons (i.e., pocketknives).
• Skateboards and hoverboards.
• Illegal drugs, alcohol, tobacco, or vapes.
• Valuable items (i.e., laptops, air pods, headphones, jewelry).



The Student Ministry is NOT responsible for lost or stolen items. Please have a conversation with your teenager about the importance of not leaving their belongings unattended or under the supervision of others at any time.


Examples:
• Always bring your belongings with you if you need to go to the bathroom.
• Do not leave your belongings unattended or under the supervision of other students.
• Do not leave your cellphone charging on an outlet and walk away from it.

Frequently Asked Questions

Yes, your student can bring their medication to Camp Orlando, but they will NOT be allowed to carry it with them. For the safety of all students, we do not allow minors to carry or have access to any kind of medications (over the counter or prescribed) with them at Camp Orlando. We provide two camp nurses. One for middle school and one for high school. Our nurses will help your student stay in their prescribed medication. At the day of Camp Orlando check-in, we will have a table for our camp nurses. If your student needs to bring their prescribed medication, please bring it with you and stop by to see our nurses. You will be asked to fill out a paper with information on their medication, times, and doses. You will get to meet our nurses and turn in your student’s medication to them. Each student will have a bag with their name and grade on it with their medication and medication card info in it. Please make sure to talk about this with your student and make sure they also remember their medication times.
No. Students groups are sorted by grade, gender, and their small groups.
Because of a high number of registrations coming in daily, our team must keep adjusting our roommate list. For this reason, you will not know who your student will roommate with until you arrive for check-in on the first day of camp. Our team is doing their very best to honor all roommate requests provided by our students on their registration forms. However, roommate requests are just a request and not a guarantee. Thank You for understanding.
Because of a high number of registrations coming in daily, our team must keep adjusting our small groups list. For this reason, you will not know who your student’s group leader or other students in their group will be until you arrive for check-in on the first day of camp. When making small group assignments, we give priority to pairing leaders and students who attend MVMT Students small groups together. Thank You for understanding.
There are two roommates per room at Camp Orlando. Students are housed near their group leaders and other students in their group and grade.
No. Guys and girls DO NOT sleep in the same building. Our guys and girls are housed in different building and in different parts of campus during their stay at Camp Orlando.
At Camp Orlando, we offer a variety of meals for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Your student will have plenty of options to choose from. Our food is safely prepared and served by the wonderful Food Services staff at Southeastern University. If your student has an allergy or a food intolerance, please make sure to have a conversation with them at home and remind them of what types of food are safe for them to eat. Also, please let them know that they can always ask a Food Services staff member in the cafeteria (they will be serving our meals) or ask their small group leader or a MVMT staff member for help.

CONTACT

If you have any questions, please call our Student Ministry Office at 407-514-4318 or email JohnMarshall@FirstOrlando.com.