Online Registration… Please Read:
We now have a waiting list in effect for the following:
  • JH Girls
  • SH Guys

2019 NWGYC Registration


Things to know about online registering…

  • After clicking the "Click Here to Submit Registration" button, the button may go opaque with a revolving dial. This is normal, as the registration is being processed.
  • The process can take up to a minute, depending upon your connection speed and browser.
  • Upon completion of your registration, you will be redirected to a confirmation page once the registration has successfully transferred.
  • Please check your email for a receipt. This may take up to 30 minutes.
  • We are experiencing difficulty with some email accounts (such as aol, yahoo and hotmail) not allowing the registrations to go through. They result in an error code, with these accounts assuming that the content of the email is spam. If you encounter this code, please try a different email address. We apologize for this inconvenience, and are doing what we can to rectify the situation.

Camp Fees
  • Cost for Camp: $300
  • Additional transportation fees may apply. Please speak with your church representative for details.
  • A $50 non-refundable deposit is due to your church representative within 10 days of your registration.

Before registering, please read the content of this page:
  • Camper Code of Conduct
  • Parent Guardian Consent
  • Medication Procedures
Camper Code of Conduct
Please read carefully.
As a participant of NWGYC, I acknowledge that I will refrain from bringing the following items to NWGYC:
  • guns, knives, or weapons of any kind.
  • fireworks, lighters, or matches.
  • illegal, non-prescription drugs.
  • offensive and/or inappropriate reading materials of any kind.
  • mp3 players, cd players, tape decks or any other electronic listening device.
  • electronic gaming devices.
  • cell phones.
  • A BAD ATTITUDE!!!
Furthermore, I acknowledge to adhere to the following:
  • Students are expected to participate in activities and discussion times.
  • Student conduct is expected to be positive, unifying and non-divisive.
  • Activities and games will require varying degrees of physical involvement. Clothing and attire will be modest and appropriate at all times.
  • Clothing will cover undergarments at all times.
  • Students will not leave the activity grounds, or place themselves in any situation without an adult chaperone representative of NWGYC at any time.
  • Possession of an item considered contraband is viewed as a violation of this code of conduct.
Violation of this code of conduct will result in one or all of the following disciplinary actions:
  • Confiscation of said item for return to student’s parent upon return to home.
  • Warning to student.
  • Parental contact and involvement.
  • Dismissal from the remainder of camp (parents must come and pick up their student).
Campers: By submitting this registration, I acknowledge that my participation at NWGYC can be terminated at the discretion of the leadership of NWGYC in the event I violate this covenant. I acknowledge that I may be requested to return home before the completion of camp, with no further participation in activities or events sponsored by the church during the course of this trip.
Parent/Guardian Consent
Please read carefully.
The student listed above desires to participate in various programs, events or activities (herein collectively referred to as activities) operated or sponsored by Northwest Grace Youth Camp (herein after referred to as NWGYC). The undersigned parent or legal guardian of the above named minor acknowledges and consents to the students participation in these activities, and to the use of photographs or images of the above listed student for NWGYC promotional reasons.
It is further understood and acknowledged by the student, parent or legal guardian that the student may incur personal injury or bodily damage while participating in such activities. Therefore it is the policy and practice of NWGYC that students are not allowed to participate in activities without prior releasing of NWGYC and holding NWGYC harmless in regard to liability. By signature below, the parent or legal guardian agrees to release, and forever discharge NWGYC, their officers, directors, employees, agents and any parties volunteering on behalf of NWGYC from all actions, claims costs, expenses or damages of any kind growing out of or related to any activity of NWGYC in which the student participates.
The parent or legal guardian acknowledges that this is a full and complete release for all injuries and damages which the student may sustain as a result of the student’s participation in any NWGYC activity. Further, by providing the medical information in the space provided above, the parent or legal guardian gives their permission to NWGYC and/or any of its agents acting on behalf of NWGYC the right to seek emergency medical attention for the minor student listed above by a qualified and licensed medical doctor in the event of a medical emergency which, in the opinion of the attending physician may endanger his/her life, cause disfigurement, physical impairment, or undue discomfort if delayed while said minor is participating in an activity of NWGYC, including transportation to and from the activity site. This authority is granted only after a reasonable attempt has been made to contact the undersigned. Further, by signature of this document the parent or legal guardian acknowledges and agrees that they are responsible for any medical costs incurred if medical care is considered necessary.
Further, by submitting this registration in either electronic or printed form, I give NWGYC and its officers permission to use my child’s picture for promotional purposes, including brochures, pamphlets and web site promotional pages.
Parents/Guardians: I acknowledge my responsibility to transport my son/daughter from the activities of NWGYC to home, including any monetary results forfeited for travel and registration fees, in the event a violation of this code of conduct covenant occurs, and it is deemed necessary that my son/daughter should not continue as a camper @ NWGYC.
Medication Procedures
Parents: Please read carefully
  • All medications, whether prescribed or over the counter, will be administered under the direct supervision of the Camp Nurse without exception. This includes acetaminophen (Tylenol) and non-steroidal antiinflamatory medications such as aspirin, celecoxib (Celebrex), diclofenac (Cambia, Cataflam, Voltaren-XR, Zipsor, Zorvolex), ibuprofen (Motrin, Advil), and indomethacin (Indocin)
  • All medications will be kept under secure lock up in the Camp Infirmary and Campers will NOT be permitted to have medications in their possession (exceptions may be made for inhalers or topical creams. The Camp Nurse will need to review and give written permission to the camper to have possession of these exceptions).
  • Any medications that are in the possession of a camper without written consent of the Camp Nurse will be confiscated.
  • When sending pills, please send only the number your child will use for the duration of camp in the original labeled container. If the dosage differs from the pharmacy labeling, please bring your doctor’s prescription for the correct dosage.
  • All medication containers should be transported to camp together in a ziplock bag with the campers name and date of birth written on the bag.
  • Medication will only be dispensed to the camper for whom it has been prescribed.
  • Because of the high volume of prescribed medications and importance for our medical staff to remain available in case of emergencies, over the counter vitamins, dietary supplements, and homeopathic remedies are considered optional enhancements to health and not essential, and should remain at home for the safety and unity of the other campers.
Parents: We need your help!
  • Our medical and prescription medication procedures are for the protection of all of our campers.
  • We understand that some parents allow access to both prescription and non-prescription medications to their children as a regular part of their daily routine and home life. The camp environment is not home, and therefore, we need your help to make sure this environment is safe for everyone.