Please note that construction on Georgia Ave may cause delays when traveling to our MD Campus: Silver Spring. We recommend planning for a longer commute to make it to your lesson or class on time.

Camp Levine In-Person FAQ’s

What is Camp Levine doing to ensure health and safety needs are met?
All campers, apprentices, staff, and faculty will operate in reduced numbers and in cohort-style groups. Everyone will be expected to wear masks when indoors, social distance, and wash hands frequently. Detailed specifics on health and safety will be shared in the parent handbook. 

Is tuition assistance available?
Yes, it is! More information can be found on Levine’s Tuition Assistance page.  

Can my child be in a group with a friend?
We do our best to honor friend requests, provided the children are in the same age group. Friend requests can be made during registration. 

Do we provide lunch & snack?
Campers need to bring a nutritious lunch, including a water bottle and a separate snack for the afternoon, each day.  Please label the lunch box/bag with your child’s full name.   

Please do not send candy, gum, or soda.  

No refrigeration or heating is available, so please pack non-perishable food. 

Please do not bring food for your camper to share.   

How do focus instruments work?
3rd – 6th grade campers will be contacted about focus instruments via e-mail. Instruments must be brought back to camp each day. You will be responsible for broken, lost, or stolen instruments. 

What are your age requirements?
Camp Levine campers’ range in age from 3 1/2 to 12 (rising 6th graders).  Pre-Kindergarten campers must be 3 years old by January 15, 2021, in order to enroll.  Teen Apprentices must be rising 7th-12th graders in order to apply for the program.