presents the return of the...
Kids Summer Camp
July 29th to August 9th
Located At Star Factory
13650 W. Eight Mile Rd., Oak Park, MI 48237
All Participants will Perform at the Ribs & R&B Festival Aug 10th
All Participants may opt-in to record & shoot a professional music video Aug 9th.
Monday – Friday from 8:30 am –3:00 pm
Lunch break will be every day from 11 am until 11:30 am
9:00a - 11:00a Dance/Stage Presence
11:00a - 11:30a Lunch
11:30a - 12:30p Vocal
12:30p - 1:30p Studio Time
1:30p - 3:00p Performance Rehearsal
Cost per Camper
$220 prior to July 23rd: 10 Day Camp + Ribs & R&B Performance
$295 prior to July 23rd: 10 Day Camp + Music Video + Ribs & R&B Performance
$250 after July 23rd: 10 Day Camp + Ribs & R&B Performance
$325 after July 23rd: 10 Day Camp + Music Video + Ribs & R&B Performance
What to bring from home
Non perishable lunch, with a beverage. No glass containers are allowed and campers do not have access to a microwave or refrigerator.
Dress in comfortable clothing and Closed-toed shoes are mandatory. No open-toed shoes or sandals
Leak-proof, non-breakable full water bottle labeled with camper’s first and last name.
Notebook and pen
What to leave at home
Gum, candy, and all toys!
All electronic games, Walkman, or portable CD players
Any type of cards: magic, trading, Pokemon, etc.
Please note: Star Factory Artist Development is not responsible for lost or stolen items.
Any custodial parent or guardian of a child enrolled in our program shall be permitted access to the camp during its hours of operation for the purpose of contacting their children, evaluating the care provided by the camp, or evaluating the campsite. Upon entering the premises, the custodial parent/guardian shall notify the camp director of his/ her presence.
Safety and Insurance
While in our program, every precaution is taken to assure your child has a safe and fun experience. If an accident occurs while your child is in our camp, please note that Star Factory Artist Development does not furnish accident insurance. All medical bills are the responsibility of the child’s parent or guardian.
It is our goal to provide a healthy, safe, and secure environment for all camp children. Children who attend the program are expected to follow the behavior guidelines and to interact appropriately in a group setting. Ground rules are built around respect for self, others, and Star Factory Artist Development property. “Time Out” is a method often effective in discouraging inappropriate behavior. If behavior continues, a conference will be requested with the parents. At this time the camp director, parents, and camper will work together to determine the appropriate actions. This may include signing a behavior management contract. If the inappropriate behavior persists, Star Factory Artist Development reserves the right to suspend the child from the program.
Removal from Program
Star Factory Artist Development reserves the right to remove a child from our camp for any of the following reasons:
The child is a safety threat to himself/ herself, other children, or our staff. This includes behavior such as fighting, striking others, biting, and wandering away from the program.
Using profanity, vulgarity, or obscenities.
Acting in a lewd manner.
Possession of and/ or using tobacco, alcohol, illegal drugs, fireworks, firearms, or explosives.
Points to Remember:
Please come into the building to pick up your child as we cannot deliver important information or messages to you through your child.
Any parent or guardian that has not picked up there child before 3:15pm, will incur a latch key fee of $5 for every 15 minute increment after 3:15p.
Sign in and Sign out your child(ren) every day.
Bring a picture ID to sign out your child. This ID must be a driver’s license or state ID. Your ID must be shown every time a camper is released- no matter how familiar the staff become with parents.
Other designated adults authorized to pick up your child must be added to the release list.
Most Talented Kids Camp is a program provided by Star Factory Artist Development to children between the ages of 7-13 without regard to race, sex religion, disability, or other protected characteristics.