Registration for Jr. High Girls Spring Break (PIF online/pay in person)


Who: Jr. High Girls
What: Spring Break Trip
When: March 16-20, 2020
Where: Gatlinburg, TN
Cost:  Early bird rate $320 until January 12; late rate of $380 will begin on January 13

If you choose the pay in full online option there will be an $8 merchant fee added the the $320 early bird rate.

What’s more fun than spending Spring Break with some of your closest friends in the mountains? Not much! Join us for a week of shopping, adventure, worship, and fellowship in Gatlinburg, TN. "FLIPPED" is a week you won’t want to miss as we explore what it looks like to FLIP the world upside down (Acts 17:6) as we proclaim the Gospel.

Please read the important notes and dates below:

You will not have a spot on the trip until you have done all of the following,
These steps will all need to be completed prior to January 12 in order to keep the early bird rate.
Failure to complete the full registration process by January 12 will result in you needing to pay the late rate of $380.

  1. Complete the online registration form.
  2. Complete the online emergency information(check to be sure all information is current)
  3. Sign the online HSM waiver.(everyone will be required to sign a new release).
  4. Sign the Wafloy Waiver and Liability Agreement
  5. Pay the $125 non-refundable deposit by turning in a check or cash, or make full payment online with a credit/debit card.

When all these steps are completed you will receive an email from Jane Hillis confirming your child has a secure spot. If you do not get an email within 4 business days, send Jane Hillis an email ( to be sure you have completed all the necessary steps.

A packing list will be posted closer to the trip.

Make a note of these dates/deadlines:
January 12 - $320 Early bird rate ends
January 13 - $380 Late rate begins
February 23 - Final payment is due
February 23- Last day to pay with a check
March 8 - Registration will close

Girls will need to bring spending money for: Two meals on the road, one lunch in downtown Gatlinburg, and spending money if they want to do any shopping. Everything else will be covered in the cost of the trip.

Emergency Numbers:
Ashley Haynes 847-401-1444
Wafloy Mountain Village 865-436-5575

HSM Discipline Policy

We want to have a great trip!  To ensure that it is a great trip, we will also take proper action if students put themselves or others in harm's way.

*Parents will be called to come pick up the student is caught with…

  • Guns (or other weapons including fixed blade knives)
  • Drugs
  • Tobacco Products
  • Smoking Accessories (including Vapes)
  • Alcohol
  • Entering a cabin assigned to the opposite gender
  • Physically harming another student or leader
  • Leaving camp property without staff permission 

**Students will receive at-camp discipline if…

  • Roaming camp property in groups smaller than specified by staff (varies by trip)
  • Vandalizing (buses, property, equipment, etc.)
  • Bullying or pranking
  • Leaving designated camper areas at camp (ask if you are unsure)
  • Being disrespectful to leaders 

Items that should not be on the trip and will be confiscated…

  • Laser pointer
  • Folding pocket knife
  • Energy drinks
  • Inappropriate or vulgar clothing or items 

* If a student commits one of these infractions on the last 24 hours of the trip, they will be not be allowed to attend HSM trips or retreats indefinitely. 

**If a student commits one of these infractions on the last 24 hours of the trip, they will need to complete 30 hours of community service at Hope before being allowed to sign up for another HSM trip or retreat.

THE REASON YOU HAVE IT DOESN’T MATTER: If you are caught with something on the trip, it does not matter why you have it.  Your reasoning will not affect our measures of discipline. 

SOMEONE IS GOING TO TELL US: If you are doing something wrong, someone is going to tell a staff person.  It is not the person’s fault for telling, it is your fault for the action or behavior. 

REASONABLE SUSPICION: When caught, many students lie.  Because of this, we will act on credible information that we receive.  When people are guilty, it is easy to find multiple agreeing sources. 

GUILTY BY ASSOCIATION: If you are with the group of people who are participating in something against the rules, you are setting yourself up to receive the same consequences for their actions.  Be smart

SUBSTANCE ADDICTION: If you can’t make it one week without a substance while you are on a church trip, there is a chance you are addicted to that substance.  Our staff will encourage treatment for you upon return.


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