Charis Hills Campbased on 21 reviews (review)
Camp Directors - Update this ListingCamp Location: 498 Faulkner Road, Sunset,, Texas, 76270,
Ages: 7 to 18 years old
Gender: Male and Female
Session dates: June 9-15, June 16-22, June 23-29, June 30-July 6, July 7-13, July 14-20, July 21-27, July28-Aug. 3
Cost (range): $1,250.00 per Session
498 Faulkner Road
Charis Hills is a Christian, co-ed, residential summer camp specifically designed to help kids with learning differences find success. We welcome kids with ADHD,LD,ED, Asperger’s and high functioning Autism. With one and two-week sessions offered, we provide exciting and fun camp activities in a Christian atmosphere. Campers will participate in a daily education program instructed by an experienced professional staff. Our focus is on building self confidence, social skills, and independence in a loving environment. At Charis Hills your child will experience healing, education, and growth. We are located in the beautiful Cross Timbers area NW of Fort Worth! Contact us today to reserve a spot for your child, camp space is limited.
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Reviewer: Mkjecbrown from Dallas, Texas
3 of 3 people found this review helpful
Charis Hills provided our two sons with a great learning experience. They enjoyed the many different types of activities they got to participate in each day. They had fun in NOVA, which is the structured learning time of each day. The Bible time was fun and upbeat and they were excited to get their own bible for camp! They were filled with tons of self confidence and their self esteem was boosted big time with all the encouraging words and actions of the many well trained counselors that were at camp. They are so excited about camp that they want to go back as soon as possible. And this was their first camp experience and first time away from home, and they had so much fun that they want to return as soon as possible! The structured daily activities was great for their learning issues. They loved the food each day! All the counselors and staff were wonderful and they only had good words to say about everyone that worked there. I would highly recommend this camp if you have a child on the autism spectrum who requires more one on one time with social skills training, team work, academics, and to boost their self esteem.