At Camp W*K, we value community. The experience is designed to promote a healthy, warm climate and community based on mutual respect, generosity, kindness and genuine concern for others. We cherish diversity and inclusivity and we actively strive to create a culture of acceptance, tolerance, and respect. We welcome all students into our programs, regardless of race, ethnicity, gender identity and expression, sexual orientation, religion, and socioeconomic status. We believe that everyone involved with Camp W*K, including our campers, has an obligation to create and maintain a healthy, safe environment for everyone in our camp community.
Camp W*K defines bullying as repeated intentionally harmful acts perpetrated by an individual or group against someone who feels inadequately able to respond. We believe that any form, type, or level of bullying or discrimination is unacceptable and requires immediate attention. We reserve the right to dismiss any camper who bullies or discriminates against others.
When a camper is dismissed, no refund will be given for any unused program costs. All costs associated with a camper’s departure from Camp will be the responsibility of the camper and their family.
Staff week includes several training sessions on inclusivity, diversity, including sexual orientation, teasing/bullying and general respect for all individuals in our community.