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We’re excited to share an incredible learning opportunity for summer break!
Students who will be entering 7th-12th grade in the fall of 2020 are invited to travel to the beautiful Hawaiian island of Kaua’i this summer for Camp Kahili! There are four weeks available to campers, and you can opt to stay for one, two, three…or all four weeks!
Community. Culture. Adventure.
Three simple words that drive the mission of Camp Kahili. Campers will have a unique opportunity not only to learn about and experience the rich culture of Kaua’i but to give back through a variety of community service projects during their time at camp.
During your Camp Kahili getaway, you’ll have opportunities for multicultural learning, adventure, and service through a multitude of activities, such as the following:
What Does Tuition Include?
Special iLEAD Network Learner Discount!
If you are part of our iLEAD network family, we are happy to extend a $500 discount per session to you! (This includes iLEAD Spring Meadows!) In addition to this discount, you can save even more by taking advantage of our Early Bird Discount of $250 if you register and pay for your session by March 15…for a total of $750 in savings! To take advantage of this opportunity, please use the following discount code when asked on the camper application: iLEADlearner2020. (Please note that this code is case-sensitive.)
SPACE IS LIMITED, so please click here to learn all about Camp Kahili and register today!
If you have any questions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
We’re looking forward to learning together in paradise!
P.S. Interested in being a camp counselor, facilitator, or volunteer? Click here!
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