Summer Camp

Registered Families

  • Campium Portal

    Upon registering for camp, you will set up a profile in the Campium system, complete with a login and password. Logging into Campium allows you to:

    • Make and change program selections
    • Update and change registration and contact information. Please make sure you’ve updated all of the information on your form before camp begins.
    • Make payments
    • View weekly schedules, which are updated every Friday for the following week
    • View important information and communications from counselors and the camp office
  • Medical Forms

    All campers must have current medical forms submitted before they attend camp. Campers are not allowed into camp without the proper medical documentation posted and approved in their Magnus Health system. We are unable to accept forms submitted on your child’s first day of camp. Bank Street School for Children student’s profiles do not need to be updated for camp, as their information is already up to date.

    The below medical forms are required. All campers going into 7th and 8th grade must have their first dose of the Meningococcal vaccine.

    Physical Form Filled out by Doctor (pdf)

    Immunization Form Filled out by Doctor (pdf)

    Consent to Treat Form Filled out by Guardian (pdf)

    Permission for Over-The-Counter Medications (pdf)

    The following forms are required only if your child has Food Allergies, Asthma, Diabetes and/or Seizures. All of these need to be filled out by your child’s doctor.

    Prescription Medication Form (pdf)

    Asthma Action Plan (pdf)

    Diabetes Action Plan (pdf)

    Seizure Action Plan (pdf)

    Food Allergy Action Plan (pdf)

    Magnus Health System

    After registering for camp, each family receives an email from Magnus Health SMR complete with instructions and prompts. To make this process as easy as possible for families, you can send the forms to Bank Street Summer Camp and we will upload them for you. Magnus is a secure and easy-to-use website for submitting health information. The Magnus system provides secure access to your a child’s information in the event of an emergency.

    Please remember, if your child has food allergies, asthma, diabetes, and/or seizures, then you must submit a corresponding action plan filled out by your child’s doctor.

    Magnus Health Contact:

    Parent Helpdesk: 877.461.6931
    International Helpdesk: 919.502.7689

  • Lunch

    Your camper will be provided with both lunch and a snack but campers are welcome to bring lunch from home, but only those that do not need to be heated up.

    If you choose this option, it is imperative that you keep in mind that we are a nut-aware camp and we do not allow nut products of any kind. The term “nut-aware” applies to every space at camp and any trip destinations. Please do not bring nuts of any kind.

    While sensitive to the needs of children with nut allergies, Bank Street College cannot guarantee a 100 percent nut-aware environment but will try to accommodate children with these allergies. The School for Children has designated nut-aware classrooms/lunch tables with appropriate signage. Parents of children with such allergies are required to provide the Health Office with written medical documentation, instructions, and medications as directed by a physician.

    The camp will provide snacks for campers in the morning as well as in the Extended Day Program. Fresh fruit and crackers are provided for a snack and, in very hot weather, juice will be provided as well.

    Please notify us in writing of any dietary or allergic restrictions before camp starts. This information should already be on your registration page. If it is not, please log in and add it to your account.

    Middle Camp and Upper Camp eat hot lunch at the main Bank Street School.

  • Transportation and Bus Service

    Bank Street Summer Camp offers morning and afternoon bus service from the Upper West Side, Upper East Side, Inwood, Washington Heights, and Riverdale. See our Transportation and Bus Service Page for a tentative schedule and Transportation Protocol.

  • Financial Aid

    Bank Street Summer Camp gives a maximum of 45 percent for combined financial aid and discounts. Aid is awarded on a first come, first served basis and is not guaranteed to all that apply. All applications are due March 15.

    If you receive financial aid from Bank Street School for Children and/or Family Center – you do not need to complete a financial aid application. Your child(ren)’s aid percentage(s) from the 2019-2020 school year will be applied to your camp account, subject to the maximum scholarship policy described below.

    Before you apply for financial aid, make sure:

    • Your child(ren) is registered for camp online.
    • You have paid the online registration’s deposit of $100 per week, per child, along with a non-refundable registration fee of $50 per child.

    If you DO NOT receive financial aid from your child’s current school, you need to:

    • Email the completed Financial Aid Application Form (PDF) to the Camp office.
    • Email the completed application, along with your most recent tax returns, to the Summer Camp office.

    If you DO receive financial aid from your child’s current school, you need to:

    • Email the completed Financial Aid Short Application Form (PDF) to the Camp office.
    • Email a copy of the financial aid letter you received, on school letterhead, stating the percentage or allotment you received for the 2019-20 school year, to the Summer Camp office.

    It is only necessary to complete one application form per family. If guardians reside in separate households, each guardian needs to submit a financial aid application and tax information. If there are special circumstances in your family that would help us better understand your financial situation, please include a written explanation.