PIQ Kids™ Campz
Ages: 9 to 17
What To Bring:
Here’s a short list of items your child(ren) should bring every day of the camp:
- water bottle
- a few snacks
We will take photos at the camp to create unforgettable memories for you and your kids. The photos will be shared with you through a private site by the end of the camp. Charges may apply for printing photos that you like. Note: we will not use any of the camp pictures online without your consent. However, we are not responsible for any peer-to-peer photos that are taken by kids at the camp.
The Darby Family—Founders & Directors of the PIQ Kids™ Day Campz.
Dedicated to Excellence
Camp's Daily Plan: Overview
Our kidz camps have a combined 25+ years of life experience in helping children,
and we’ve packed it all into just a few weeks to help your child!
We’ll teach your children and young adults important life skills such as Leadership, Problem-Solving, Confidence, and many more valuable skills that your child will need to succeed in life’s challenges. You’ll start noticing positive changes like more involvement, responsibility, and teamwork very soon.
Every Day Counts: Our Hour-by-Hour Schedule:
The day starts with a thought-provoking challenge. By the end of the week, you can expect your child’s confidence along with skills for interaction, problem-solving, leadership, and teamwork to improve.
Each day, we teach a powerful lesson in an interactive and fun way. We take pride in the number of times parents have commented on how quickly they start noticing their kids’ attitude and choices improving both at home and at school.
One new skill will be taught per day. You will love how your child’s confidence grows as they discover just how much fun it is to try out new things and heighten the potential they have.
Kids have to eat right? We throw a lot of learning, challenges, and fun at kids each day, so this is their time to chill and recharge for the afternoon.
After a nice little re-charge, we invest another hour in sharpening your child’s skills. You will soon start noticing how your child spends more time practicing their skills rather than wasting time on social media and gadgets.
Kids take part in another fun, interactive challenge. We love to challenge them on both individual and team-related scenarios, allowing their confidence to soar in both areas.
We use flex time to answer questions, to expand more on our lessons and to quiz kids on the day’s lessons.
We recap the lessons, challenges, and experiences of the day, including how the newly learned lessons can be implemented at home and at school.