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Getaway Checklist

To Do’s:

  • Parents:
    • You should have received a permission form from Sign Now. If you have not, please let us know.
  • Students:
    • Biography:
      • Download and fill out the BIOGRAPHY [Please submit as a PowerPoint. NO PDF]. Email to
      • If you don’t have PowerPoint, send us a Google Slide [LIKE THIS ONE] – and share with

Drop Off / Pick Up Location:

Important Information

  • Packing List – View PDF
  • Drop Off / Pick Up at ASU Gammage, Tempe AZ
  • Getaway Location – View PDF
  • Sleeping Accommodations:
    • The cabin is large and has two components (main cabin and bunkhouse) that are connected.
    • There are 5 rooms. Each has multiple beds. Students share rooms, but have separate twin beds (bedding included).
    • Boys and girls are separated and sleep in different adjoining buildings.
    • Doors between adjoining buildings are locked after lights out. These doors remain locked until morning.
    • There are male and female instructors that come to each camp.
    • Male instructors sleep in the boy’s building and female instructors sleep in the girl’s building. All instructors sleep in rooms separated from the students.
    • Once the instructors call for lights out, students go into their separate sleeping areas. They are separated from instructors until morning, but they can knock on instructors’ doors in the nighttime if any assistance is needed.
    • If you have any further questions or specific concerns, please email

Program Schedule

  • Day 1 –  8:30AM Check-in and 9AM Departure from ASU
  • Day 2 – Full day in Strawberry, AZ
  • Day 3 – 4-6PM arrival at ASU

Eligibility Disclaimer

Our Leadership Getaways do not require students to submit applications, but before signing up, we encourage all parents to consider the nature of this camp and the maturity of their children. The underlying goal of this program is to teach students leadership, responsibility, accountability, and respect for others. As such, we maintain minimal rules and restrictions so students have the freedom to develop personal accountability. For this learning environment to work, we have a zero-tolerance policy for the following behaviors:

  • Bullying of any nature (mental or physical).
  • Violence, excessive roughhousing, or reckless behavior.
  • Law-breaking of any kind.
  • Intentional destruction of property.
  • Deliberating evading adult supervision (violating curfew or room restrictions).

If your children have a history of behavioral issues or you do not believe they can respect this learning environment, please contact us right away: If students violate our policy, they will be sent home immediately without refund, and parents will be responsible for any extra travel costs associated with transportation.


Email us at or give us a call at (480) 779-8592