Summer Camp is no ordinary adventure!

Students will experience tons of fun, creative team activities, authentic friendships, and opportunities to grow in their relationship with Jesus Christ. Our team has been planning and praying for this for months and can’t wait to see God move in and through the lives of students.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
When is Summer Camp?

Middle School Camp (students currently in grades 5-7 of the 2022-23 school year) June 12-16, 2023 (Monday–Friday)

High School Camp (Students currently in grades 8-12 of the 2022-23 school year) July 10-14, 2023 (Monday–Friday)

Where is Summer Camp located?

Both High School and Middle School camps will be at Southeastern University (SEU), which is a Christ-centered university located in Lakeland, Florida.

To get more info on the location visit their website:

Students will arrive and sign in at Discovery Church Sand Lake campus located at 881 Sand Lake Road on the first day of camp. From Discovery Church, we will head to camp at Southeastern University. Pick up will at Discovery Church Sand Lake campus on the last day of camp. Times are TBD.

High School Students currently in grades 8-12 of the 2022-23 school year.

FUGE Camps is the world's largest summer camp, as well as the world's largest Christian camp organized by LifeWay Christian Resources of the Southern Baptist Convention.

FUGE is designed to take students out of their normal routine and place them into an environment that is focused on life-change through relationship with Christ.

What does a typical day at camp look like at Fuge Camp?

Morning Celebration, Recreation, Quiet time & Bible study, Lunch, Track times, Hangtime, Dinner, Worship, Church Group Time, NightLife…Sleep!

Middle School Students currently in grades 5-7 of the 2022-23 school year.

CIY: MIX is a 4-day summer event of awesomeness designed specifically for middle school students. MIX Camp is built for middle school brains, hearts, and bodies in mind. Where the Gospel is taught in a way they understand and why small group discussions aren’t an afterthought.

What does a typical day at camp look like at CIY Camp?

Three meals each day, Morning & Evening sessions, Group time after each session, and Afternoon Recreation.

Cost: $450 
Registration closes May 17, 2023

The cost of camp covers: all meals for the week, lodging, all campus activities, camp t-shirt, and transportation to and from camp.

Register your student

Do you offer Scholarships?

Yes. Helping students get to camp is one of our great joys. Click HERE  to complete the scholarship application. Funds are limited and subject to approval.


When checking in, parents of students with medication are required to meet with the camp nurse. All prescription medication must be in their original containers [not generic bags or bottles]. You will have the opportunity to give instructions to the nurse and ask any questions you may have. Have all instructions typed out to help ensure exactly what your child needs and when they need it.

What if my student has dietary restrictions?

Special meal plans are available. If your student has dietary needs, please indicate specifics on the registration form.

Casual and athletic clothing for recreational activities and appropriate clothing for all worship sessions. Must have Closed toed shoes for all recreational activities. Clothing outfits that are too tight, reveal midriff, cleavage or underwear are not permitted. No gang paraphernalia, garments and/or jewelry, tattoos, or other insignias, which display or suggest sexual, vulgar, drug, alcohol, or tobacco-related wording/graphics or may tend to provoke violence or disruption at camp shall be worn. Boys are expected to wear shirts at all times except at the pool.


  • Girl's one-piece suit or two-piece w/tank top. Tankinis are acceptable.
  • Guy’s must wear appropriate swim trunks; no cutoff jeans/shorts, no speedos

Note: Parents, if clothing is questionable, we may ask students to change. Please help students pack accordingly. 

SEU offers dorm rooms with 4-8 beds with bathrooms and showers. Each student has their own twin size bed and is responsible for providing their own bedding (sleeping bag or sheets/blanket, and pillow). Boys and girls will be housed in separate quads. Sleeping arrangements will be organized by small groups and church campuses with two small group leaders in each dorm room. Our goal is for you to be where your friends are [and meet some new ones].
DC Students staff, along with a group of trained volunteers who are passionate about  God and Students. Most adult volunteers are currently serving as mentors and small group leaders in DC Students. All adults have completed an interview process and background check.