PoliticsInAction Camp 2023 

Parental Permission and Registration Form

(please complete one form per student)


Dates of camp: July 17-22, 2023

Monday - Wednesday, Friday from 9am to 4pm

Thursday 9am to 6pm, Saturday 9am to 2pm


(Student will automatically be assigned to KIDZ group if 12 or younger. For an exception, please email politicsinaction.nj@gmail.com. All exceptions will be granted on a student-by-student basis).

Cost: $150 per student



Family: $40 per student for families who register three or more students.

Calvary Academy (Lakewood) discount: $20 per student

AGAPE Homeschool Co-op (Howell) discount: $20 per student

Military/First responder discount: $50 per student whose parent is a current or former member of the United States Military or is a current or former first responder.


EARLY BIRD discount: An additional $10 per student for registrations made on or before May 1st!


Scholarships are available upon request and application.


Payment may be made using Immanuel Bible Church’s “PoliticsInAction Club” donate link, HERE [paypal.com].


Cash and checks will also be accepted during check-in on day one of camp (7/17/23).


Age policy: While PoliticsInAction is designed for students age 13 and up, students as young as 12 are welcome if their parents/guardians are comfortable with discussion of controversial topics. (More information can be found about age policies on politics-in-action.org).


Dress code: As children of Christ, we should do our best to wear clothing that is modest and is appropriate to be worn in a church-setting.


PoliticsInAction Code of Conduct:


Campers who attend this camp are committed to adhere to the following rules:


1. Jesus, Others, then You (JOY). I will act in a way that Glorifies Christ Almighty, treat others with respect, and put myself third.

2. I will respect and obey my camp counselors and volunteers.

3. I will not speak in foul tongue or act with malice/negative spirit.

4. I will notify a counselor of non-simulation wrong doings.

5. I will not bring simulation grievances out of simulation.

6. I will not take simulation decisions personally.

7. I will not look or speak to a member of the opposite sex with lust or disrespect.

8. I will not lie, cheat or steal.

9. I will respect my surroundings as it is God’s House and keep my hand to myself.

10. I will remain in the assigned rooms during the assigned times unless given permission.

11. I understand, respect, and will adhere to PoliticsInAction's statement of faith.

12. I understand, respect, and will adhere to PoliticsInAction's statement of politics.

13. I will adhere to the following dress code:


Girls: Camp t-shirts are the standard dress code. For the gala, ensure that shirts/tops are modest. Not tight, low-cut, strapless, halter top, or see-through. Shirt straps must be at least three fingers wide. Skirts/shorts must not show undergarments and must reach at least an inch past fingertip length. No face paint or frightening makeup. 


Boys: Camp t-shirts are the standard dress code. For the gala, No muscle shirts/sleeveless T’s- this includes jerseys without a shirt underneath. No baggie/overly large shorts. No face paint or frightening makeup.


Both: Clothes must not include any inappropriate language or imagery.


If rules continue to be knowingly broken by a student, the following action will be taken:


• 1st offense- Student will be spoken to privately by a leader.

• 2nd offense- Student’s parent or guardian will be contacted and asked to address the issue.

• 3rd offense- Student will be suspended/expelled from camp


We understand that we are all sinners, and all come short of the Glory of God, however, the rules listed above are none negotiable and the failure to adhere to these rules may lead to the expulsion of a camper without refund. The decision of such decision will be left up to head counselors and deacons of Immanuel Bible Church.


“Righteousness exalts a nation, but sin is a reproach to any people.” – Proverbs 14:34 (ESV)