Maine Ace Camp South
The Maine ACE Camp South located at the Brunswick Executive Airport and is structured towards aviation campers ages 12-16. The camp is a day camp in which campers are introduced to many different fun aspects of aviation, both military and civilian. They learn through classroom instruction, hands on activities, and many field trips. Weather permitting; campers will get to fly in at least one general aviation airplane during the week.
ACE camps are summer educational programs for middle and high school students that can last from one day to one week. ACE Camps are co-sponsored by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) along with many other organizations.
The focus is on Aviation Career Education (ACE)! Campers experience instruction in aviation history, the physics of flight, and field trips to aviation sites with hands-on activities.
The plan is to have at least one program in each state and U.S. territory. This program reaches approximately 2,000 students each summer. Dates, locations, cost and age requirements vary according to sponsoring organizations
Can I sign up for the camp now?
If your application package is complete and mailed in along with your check, your slot is reserved but not locked in until we receive the full tuition amount. This must be paid in full no later than June 19, 2020
How many students can come to ACE Camp?
The maximum enrollment for the Maine ACE Camp South day camp is 20 campers. The Maine ACE Camp North overnight camp enrollment is 30 campers.
What will be the housing / dining arrangements for camp?
The South camp meeting facility will be at Brunswick Executive Airport in Brunswick, ME. Campers will be expected to bring their own lunches. Snacks and beverages will be provided.
The North camp is an overnight camp, campers and staff will reside at Camp Roosevelt located in Eddington, Maine. Dining services will be arranged through a professional caterer.
How will ACE students be transported during camp week?
Maine ACE Camp, Inc uses a chartered a school bus with certified drivers.
Would my son/daughter be covered in the event of an accident / incident during camp?
Yes. Maine ACE Camp, Inc has full liability coverage for both air and ground operations. The policy coverage is $1 million dollars in the event any incidents or accidents that may occur. We do require all students to have their own medical coverage in place prior to the camp beginning. This information is part of the parent package.
My son or daughter will be entering the 9th grade in the fall of 2020. Is he eligible to apply for the Maine ACE Camp North?
What do I need to bring to camp?
This is part of the Parent/Camper Registration Package. Please click on the Registration Tab and review what to bring from there.
Does ACE Camp have a conduct and discipline policy?
Safety is our primary mission for all campers and staff!
Our conduct and discipline policy is spelled out very clearly to all campers and parents, in the Parent/Camper Registration Package.
The Code of Conduct and Discipline is enforced while the campers are attending the Maine ACE Camp, Inc Program! The Code of Contuct form is located on the registration form.
This policy is strictly adhered to and we explain exactly what actions and steps will be taken in the event of a problem with any camper. If the incident is severe and jeopardizes anyone's safety, the camper’s parents will be contacted immediately to come and get them. They will be dismissed from the camp with no refund.
Who are the Maine ACE Camp staff members?
Maine ACE Campers are supervised the entire week by a professional staff, consisting of Camp Coordinator, Director, Assistant Director, Lead Counselor, Counselors, and Chaperones. All staff members and chaperones have strong aviation backgrounds as general aviation pilots, commercial pilots, air traffic controllers, airframe and power plant technicians, and certified current Instrument and Flight Instructor ratings, both for land and sea aircraft.
Who is running Maine ACE Camp, Inc?
Maine ACE Camp Inc is organized and staffed by many aviation professionals from various industry organizations that include Federal Aviation Administration, Maine Department of Transportation, Portland International Jetport, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, Boy Scouts of America - Pine Tree Chapter, and many other local aviation businesses.
What will our schedule look like?
The camp will begin at 7:30am and run until 6:00pm Wednesday thru Saturday. There will be time for lunch and there will be breaks between events to rest and relax.
Will I be able to fly?
Yes, weather permitting. Every camper will get to go on an orientation flight.
How Do I Apply?
We can only allow 20 students for South camp and 30 students for North camp to attend Maine ACE Camp 2020, so you must hurry to get your application package completed and mailed to us.
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