JUNE 25 – July 1
Bishop Snyder High School
This camp is a “Next Level” Catholic HEART Workcamp. It is open to those entering the 8th grade in the fall of 2017 and older.
Jacksonville Participants – There are requirements that have been brought to our attention by the Safe Environment Office in the Diocese of St. Augustine for those 18 and older attending the Jacksonville Workcamp:
- Must complete Live Scan Fingerprint Level 2 Background Check (there will be a fee). This is will done through www.fieldprintflorida.com. The results are sent directly to the Diocese of St. Augustine.
- Must complete Virtus “Protecting God’s Children” Session (this is the only program that the Diocese of St. Augustine accepts)
Please call the CHWC Office for additional information.
The Jacksonville, FL CHWC home base is Bishop John J. Snyder High School. This is a Catholic high school in the Diocese of St. Augustine serving students in grades 9-12. It is located on the west side of Jacksonville. The facility is air-conditioned. Campers will sleep in air-conditioned classrooms, males and females in separate areas. The showers are located in the gym locker rooms. Program area is in the gym and is air-conditioned.
FREE DAY ACTIVITIES
Jacksonville has 21 miles of wide, uncrowded beaches. Visitors will find plenty to do, with diverse activities, family fun, restaurants, souvenir shops and oceanfront hotels blending into the scene without crowding views of the shoreline.
Castillo de San Marcos (St. Augustine)
The Castillo de San Marcos is the oldest masonry fort in the continental United States. Located on the shore of Matanzas Bay in the city of St. Augustine, Florida, construction began in 1672. The Castillo de San Marcos symbolizes the clash between cultures which ultimately resulted in our uniquely unified nation.
St. George Street (St. Augustine)
On St. George Street, visitors find historic attractions and some of the restaurants, galleries, bakeries and shops for which the city is famous.
Located just off the coast of northeast Florida, Amelia Island is easy to reach, but hard to forget. With 13-miles of beautiful beaches, abundant native wildlife, and pristine waters, this barrier island has long been a beloved destination for visitors and residents alike.