Ages 12-17 // Co-ed Program

Ages 12-17

Co-ed Program

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Teens & Leadership Summer Camps are full of energy and all the best that Circle Square Ranch has to offer!  Programs are geared towards junior and senior highschool students with epic adventures and life changing experiences. We’ve got amazing facilities for you to explore horseback riding, out-tripping, canoeing, wall climbing, archery, swimming, sports, and much more! You will also have the incredible opportunity to learn about God’s love and to discuss what a relationship with Him could look like.
We also run leadership training programs for teens who are wanting to grow in character and leadership ability as well as to learn how to make a difference for Christ in their home communities.

Click Below for Program Descriptions:

Want to become a lifeguard? This is the camp for you. Lifeguard Camp is two weeks long and trains candidates in the aquatic leadership awards, Bronze Medallion and Bronze Cross as well as Emergency First Aid and CPR level B. With these qualifications graduates can work as assistant lifeguards. This camp is an excellent stepping stone for campers looking to take their National Lifeguard Service qualification in the near future but are also interested in growing their faith. There are no prerequisites but Bronze Star is recommended. Applicants should be good, fit swimmers able to follow technical instructions. Applications for Lifeguard Camp should be completed by campers themselves, not solely by parents/guardians. We are looking for applicants who are keen to develop aquatic leadership skills.


*Please note that all program participation does not guarantee certification. Participants will have the opportunity to take the exams to receive Bronze Medallion and Bronze Cross certifications. Certification will be given only if participants meet the high standards required by instructors and examiners.

Designed specifically for high school students between the ages of 14-17, LIT equips young people with the social, physical, intellectual, and spiritual tools required to lead well in and outside of camp. The three-week program begins with a week of training on the practical aspects of being a camp leader. This includes activities such as horseback riding, climbing, waterfront, camper care, and how to lead a group of campers with excellence. The second week is an intensive time of learning and development which equips our future staff with a foundational knowledge of the Christian faith that will serve them for the rest of their lives. In the third week, our LITs will be given the opportunity to put their skills into practice as they shadow a staff member during a full week of camp. Upon successful graduation, LITs who are in good standing are encouraged to apply to stay on as staff for the remainder of the summer.


*Applicants must have completed grade 9 and be 14 to 17 years old. Applicants are accepted into the program based on their application, interview and references. Confirmation of acceptance will be sent once all references have been received.