Welcome to Camp Quest West 2020 registration.
We have several session options to choose from this year:
This registration has three parts. This is part 1.
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If you have questions, contact our registrar, or call them at (510) 679-2267.
All sessions are co-ed with bunk availability being determined by cabin. Cabins are assigned
based on age and gender selection. You can select a gender-segregated cabin (girls only or boys only) or
you can select the gender-inclusive cabin. This option was created to better serve children who
identify with neither gender and is also available to parents and children who simply wish to break down
Our Leadership Track (LT) program for teenagers is available to campers of ages 14+ and entering grades 10+.
These teenage leaders will bunk in cabins of younger campers with the same gender selection (segregated or inclusive).
Unless requested, all teens over 14 and entering grades 10+ will be automatically enrolled in leadership program
If the program you wish to enroll in is full, your child will be waitlisted.
As space becomes available, children will be enrolled from the waitlist in the order received.
Financial Aid Availability
*If you use your cell phone as your home phone, just list that number in both places
We're running a referral program, if someone referred you, be sure to name them so you both can receive a referral reward
Are there additional custodial parents or guardians who could be contacted in case of emergency?
Please list their name and contact information - including cell and business phone if applicable.
Please include their address if different from the one listed above. In case you are registering children
with different custodial parents - please make a note of it.
In case of medical emergency, if you or another custodial parent cannot be reached, who would you like us to contact?
Please list name, phone number and relationship to camper
Who should be allowed to pick up your child(ren) at the end of camp? This does not need to be a definitive list.
As it gets closer to camp, you can always call us and let us know if a family friend will do the pick-up,
but we'd like a list of adults most likely to be called on for pick up duty. We also
need to know if there is a non-custodial parent who should not be allowed to pick up (by court order).
If you wish to apply for financial aid, check this box and our workflow will have you fill out the application next