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I would pay for summer camp if it warranted it. There are many facets to choosing a camp and many have a lot to offer. Swallowing that bill if warranted is not far fetched. People gasp at the price, but you get what you pay for!
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Summer Camp - Getting ahead in life.
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Spending money to allow children to go elite technical summer camps like computer science, business, and sports camps is worth the investment.If the child can learn something of great benefit like Java programming, or a jump shot can translate to either great job opportunities or Division 1 scholarship for academics or sports.
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Summer Camp Shouldn't Be Expensive
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I hate to sound like an old person, but when I was a kid, summer camp meant playing outside with sticks. Seriously! I understand that families today are usually two-income units and parents can't take the whole summer off to watch their kids, but if you're paying 16 grand for basically"day care", are you really making any money? The kids can't possibly be learning skills at summer camp that are worth 16K, unless they're learning something a bit more life-appropriate than basketweaving and frisbee tag.
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I prefer children to be with family during the summer time and participation in free local summer programs. I would not pay that much nor could I even afford it if I had any want to. I can not imagine what summer camp charges that much.
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A parents dream. I will pay half of my salary to send my kids to a good camp. It must be an awesome camp because kids come up missing all the time and I don't not need that to happen to mine.
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I am so happy my parents sent me to summer camp when I was young. I learned how to socialize and learned many other skills being away from my parents. This is an awesome idea.
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Our summer programs are held at top campuses across the nation like MIT, Stanford, Yale, Princeton, and UCLA. These institutions are extremely selective when it comes to hosting external programs on campus. We’ve proven our worth and earned their trust, ultimately benefiting our campers. How? Early exposure to collegiate life inspires students to dream BIG. In fact, 94% of iD Tech alumni go on to attend a four-year college.
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