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Camp Students and Families


Welcome Camp Students and Families

Here you'll find information to prepare for Camp, details about our on-campus services, and contacts who can provide additional assistance. You'll find information on everything from your arrival to campus, throughout your stay, and all the way through to after your last performance or exhibition. Parents and families can utilize this webpage to stay connected with your student(s) while they're away at Camp.

Preparing for Camp

Everything you need to know before you arrive on campus.

Camp Student Support

Emergency procedures, campus services, and calendars and events.

Camp Family Resources

How to stay connected to your student and attend campus events.

Leaving Camp & Staying in Touch

Checkout information and ways to stay engaged with Interlochen.

Find Support

Questions? We can help. Use our Camp Questions service or reach out to our Admission team. 

Ken LaBate

Ken LaBate

Executive Dean of Admission

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Hanna Charrette

Hanna Charrette

Assistant Director of Admission, Partnership Manager

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Sarah Jane Crimmins

Sarah Jane Crimmins

Associate Director of Admission

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Health Services building at Interlochen Center for the Arts

Health Services

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Camp Questions

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A parent's perspective

Arts Camp parents discuss how Interlochen has shaped their children's lives and helped them thrive.

Arts Camp News & Features

A group of students and teachers poses outside Interlochen's Music building.
Kara Huber, Interlochen’s Marjorie Wood Drackett Piano Chair, brings accolades and fresh perspective to her position

Her students are winning awards and getting into top schools—and they share her passion for celebrating female composers.

A young actor gestures expressively in front of a curtain.
Does my child need a resume for acting or dance?

Short answer: Yes, they do. Here’s how to make one.

IAC/NMC dancers shake hands with President John F. Kennedy in 1962.
Sleeping Beauty performance to feature costumes from 1962 performance at the Kennedy White House

The costumes were found in storage and have now been lovingly restored for the stage.