Gonzaga Soccer Academy
What is the refund policy for residential camp?
Cancellation of registration will be honored up to the day before camp begins. You will be refunded the amount paid to date minus a $200 non-refundable deposit. All cancellation requests must be in writing.
What is the refund policy for day camp?
Cancellation of registration will be honored up to the day before camp begins. You will be refunded the amount paid to date minus a $75 non-refundable deposit. All cancellation requests must be in writing.
How can I insure that my child will get the roommate she desires?
To insure that campers get to room with specific roommates, we strongly suggest that both campers indicate each other as a roommate preference on the application.
What is Madonna hall like (the private dorm the campers and staff live in during the HS Residential Camp)?
Madonna Hall has single rooms with two beds so you if you have a roommate in mind please make sure to put them on your registration. The dining hall and the fields are just across the street. The convenience is awesome! Madonna is only accessible with a key issued to the campers as safety is a high priority for our camp. Madonna is staffed with a front desk attendant from 7 am to 10 pm. Our staff stays in the dorms along with the players so there is always someone to access in any time of need. More info on Madonna: http://www.gonzaga.edu/student+life/Residence+Life+and+Dining+Services/On-Campus-Living/Residence-Halls/Madonna-Hall.asp
What is the camper to staff ratio?
Our goal is to provide at the most 10:1 camper to staff ratio to ensure that each camper is getting the best coaching and environment in which to learn.
What time is check-in and check-out for residential camp?
Check-in is at noon and check-out is at 5 pm in the dorm.
Is there an athletic trainer on site?
A certified athletic trainer is on site or at the field during scheduled field sessions. If a camper needs medical attention, the camp staff will take the camper to a minor emergency clinic or the hospital. Campers must have insurance to cover any costs incurred. Any medication required must be brought to camp and the camper is responsible for self-administration. If a camper has a medical condition, allergies etc, that we need to know about please confirm that we have the information on file at time of registration. The information will assist our staff in assessing any problems that may arise.