Parent / Student Agreement and Release:
In Consideration of being accepted as a participant in a Honor Code! camp, the Parent and Student each release and hold harmless Honor Code!, its officers, directors, agents, employees, partners, sponsors and affiliates, from and for any claim, injury or other liability of any kind which is caused or contributed to directly or indirectly by the Student, or which results from or during the Student’s participation in the camp.
Furthermore, Student and Parent each indemnify Honor Code! from and for any claim, injury or other liability of any kind which is caused directly or indirectly by the Student. It is understood that Honor Code! cannot be held responsible for any acts of executive orders of any governmental authority, “Acts of God” or incidents that may occur on the part of any commercial carrier, from the time the Student leaves home, until the Student returns home.
Honor Code! will not be responsible or liable for any loss, damage, or delay resulting from any act or omission on the part of any person or company whose services are retained by Honor Code! for the benefit of camp participants, including contractors, employees or transportation and travel companies, not will Honor Code! be held responsible for any act, error or omission on the part of any camp participant(s).
Additional expenses, if incurred under any of these circumstances, must be borne by the participant. Honor Code! will not be held responsible for any decision made in response to any problem or situation encountered with a student. Some of the activities during the camp will be held off-site and the Student may not be directly supervised by Honor Code! at those times. In any event, liability on the part of Honor Code! is specifically limited to and shall not exceed the amount of tuition paid by the Student / Parent.
Honor Code! reserves the right to cancel a camp before the start date of the camp, in which case the sole recourse shall be the refund of any monies paid to Honor Code!. No statement, representation, or promise shall be binding on Honor Code! unless made in writing. Honor Code! reserves the right to change or modify any portion of a camp’s itinerary without notice before or after a camp is scheduled to begin. The Student / Parent understand that the Student / Parent Agreement & Medical Consent must be signed and returned in order to participate in the camp.
- We never share your personally identifiable information with third parties, except as may be required by law, legal process or for the security of our students.
- We treat your data seriously, and use the same technology and security practices to protect it as we do Honor Code!'s most confidential data.
- We will never ask you for your password or other security protection measures online. If you receive a communication purporting to be from us asking for such information, do not reply and please notify us right away.
- Only registered users may post on our webpages and before a student can register on our website, their parent or guardian must submit an application authenticated with a credit card or other payment mechanism. The application includes their consent to the collection and use of their and their child's personally identifiable information in accordance with the terms and conditions hereof, as well as an acceptance of the all terms and conditions hereof, including acceptance of the terms relating to amendments or modifications hereof.
- The student's participation in our program is not conditioned on acceptance of the terms and conditions hereof, but use of our online registration system or online services and networks is so conditioned. Make sure you have read them in their entirety and that you have asked any questions and understand and agree to these terms before proceeding. Your or your child's use of the website, online services or networks is proof of your acceptance of these terms, assuming the authentication of your payment-mechanism is obtained.
- We request personally identifiable information from you when you register your child for one of our programs or request information about our programs. This includes information about your and your child, any special needs that apply to your child, emergency contacts and information about their school, classes and special interests. This information will be shared with our personnel, Mentors and onsite staff, accommodation partners and service providers, as well as transportation partners and other partners and providers contracted to provide services to the students in connection with their camp and to arrange for your child's participation. Note that this will include private health information about your child, should you identify any special medical situation or special ability needs, including prescription and medication information and medical treatments. You expressly consent to such use and sharing of such information as provided herein.
- We also request information that we need in order to process your payment (including credit card or banking information, for example). Honor Code! may use this information internally to process your child's application, your payment or for your child's participation in our programs. We will share your payment process information with our banking and financial service providers to enable them to process payments.
- Note that we will send you communications from time to time about our own services, products and information which we believe will be of interest to you.
Cancellation / Refund Policy:
Because the operation of Honor Code! programs require extensive advanced planning, costs are incurred long before the start of the conference. Accordingly the following Cancellation & Refund Policy will apply.
Honor Code! provides its service to students with a demonstrated interest in attending a service academy. Camps are open to students from all fifty states, U.S. territories and internationally deployed military families; without regard to race, ethnicity, gender, religious or socio economic backgrounds.
*Students / parents will be held to strict rules and standards of conduct.
Honor Code! United States Service Academy Preparatory and Leadership Camps, Inc. is a educational non-profit organization.
The instructional content of this program, including words, images, and opinions, are unofficial and not to be considered as the official views of the United States Service Academies, United States Air Force, Army or Navy, as well as, the Department of Defense.
This camp is not endorsed by the United States Service Academies or the Department of Defense. Users and participants accept and agree to this disclaimer in the use of any information obtained from these camps or contained in their written materials.
Upon a request by HONOR CODE!, you agree to defend, indemnify, and hold harmless HONOR CODE! and its subsidiary and other affiliated companies, and their employees, contractors, officers, and directors from all liabilities, claims, and expenses, including attorney's fees, that arise from your use or misuse of this site. HONOR CODE! reserves the right, at it own expense, to assume the exclusive defense and control of any matter otherwise subject to indemnification by you, in which event you will cooperate with HONOR CODE! in asserting any available defenses.
UNDER NO CIRCUMSTANCES SHALL HONOR CODE!, ITS SUBSIDIARIES, OR ITS LICENSORS BE LIABLE FOR ANY DIRECT, INDIRECT, PUNITIVE, INCIDENTAL, SPECIAL, OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES THAT RESULT FROM THE USE OF ITS CAMPS. THIS LIMITATION APPLIES WHETHER THE ALLEGED LIABILITY IS BASED ON CONTRACT, TORT, NEGLIGENCE, STRICT LIABILITY, OR ANY OTHER BASIS, EVEN IF HONOR CODE! HAS BEEN ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGE. BECAUSE SOME JURISDICTIONS DO NOT ALLOW THE EXCLUSION OR LIMITATION OF INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES, HONOR CODE!'S LIABILITY IN SUCH JURISDICTIONS SHALL BE LIMITED TO THE EXTENT PERMITTED BY LAW.
Admission to Honor Code! camps carries with it the presumption that students will conduct themselves as responsible members of the camp community. Honor Code! demands the higest standards of conduct and personal responsibility. As a condition of enrollment, all students assume responsibility to observe standards of conduct that will contribute to the pursuit of academic goals and to the welfare of the academic community. That responsibility includes, but is not limited to:
(a) Practicing high standards of honesty and integrity;
(b) Respecting the rights, privileges, and property of other camp members and the academy community and visitors to the campus, and refraining from any conduct that would interfere with academy functions or endanger the health, welfare, or safety of other persons;
(c) Complying with the rules, regulations, procedures, policies, standards of conduct, and orders of the academy, camp and local jurisdiction laws.
(3) Specific instances of misconduct include, but are not limited to:
(a) Conduct that intentionally and substantially obstructs or disrupts teaching or freedom of movement or other lawful activities on camp / academy premises or in connection with any camp-sponsored event or activity and is not constitutionally and/or legally protected;
(b) Physical abuse of any person, or conduct intended to threaten imminent bodily harm or to endanger the health or safety of any person;
(c) Conduct constituting a sexual offense, whether forcible or non-forcible, such as rape, sexual assault, or sexual harassment;
(d) Malicious damage to or malicious misuse of camp property, or the property of any person where such property is located on camp / academy premises;
(e) Refusal to comply with any lawful order to leave camp / academy premises or any portion thereof;
(f) Possession or use of firearms, explosives, dangerous chemicals or other dangerous weapons or instrumentalities on camp / academy premises.
(g) Unlawful possession, use, distribution, or manufacturer of alcohol or controlled substances ;
(h) Intentionally inciting others to engage immediately in any unlawful activity, which incitement leads directly to such conduct;
(i) Hazing, or conspiracy to engage in hazing, which includes:
(i) Any method of initiation into a student organization or living group, or any pastime or amusement engaged in with respect to such an organization or living group, that causes, or is likely to cause, bodily danger or physical harm, or serious mental or emotional harm, to any student or other person attending the camp; and
(ii) Conduct associated with initiation into a student organization or living group, or any pastime or amusement engaged in with respect to an organization or living group not amounting to a violation, but including such conduct as humiliation by ritual act and sleep deprivation. Consent is no defense to hazing. Hazing does not include customary athletic events or other similar contests or competitions;
(j) Falsely reporting a violation of the student conduct code.
(4) Disciplinary action may be taken in accord with this Code of Conduct regardless of whether that conduct also involves an alleged or proven violation of law.
(5) An instructor has the authority to exclude a student from any class session in which the student is disorderly or disruptive. If the student persists in the disorderly or disruptive conduct, the instructor may expel the student from the camp, and be sent home, without a refund.
(6) Nothing herein shall be construed to deny students their legally and/or constitutionally protected rights.
Honor Code! recognizes that it has special responsibility for providing educational instruction. As a provider of educational services, Honor Code! has the obligation to maintain conditions conducive to freedom of inquiry and expression to the maximum degree compatible with the orderly conduct of its functions. For these purposes, Honor Code! adopts and is governed by the rules, regulations, procedures, policies, and standards of conduct that safeguard functions and protect the rights and freedoms of all participating members.
Medical Insurance Required:
Honor Code! students must have proof of medical insurance to participate. Tuition and travel Insurance (Travel Protection Plan) can be purchased at the time of enrollment. This non-refundable payment will be submitted with the tuition fee.
The Travel Protection Plan provides cancellation protection which safeguards the student's tuition and other covered expenses while traveling. Students who cancel for covered reasons, as set forth in the Description of Coverage, will be reimbursed for non-refundable tuition and airfare cancellation charges associated with the program. The plan also includes coverage for Medical Protection, Baggage Protection, Trip Interruption and Delay and Emergency Assistance Services.
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Honor Code! requires students to dress in an manner that is commensurate with the high grooming and appearance standards of the United States Service Academies. With this in mind, there is a basic dress code of all Honor Code! camps.
For most camp activities, i.e. classroom, campus briefings, tours, events, etc. the students will wear either the Honor Code! provided shirts, or personal collared shirts, with khaki pants or shorts. Shirts must be tucked in and pants worn with a belt. Casual shoes, in good condition can be worn.
During athletic training, events or activities casual clothing, i.e. tee shirts and athletic shorts can be worn with athletic shoes.
Prohibited items include: cut-offs, jeans, tank tops, halter-tops, tube tops, mini-skirts, short-shorts, see-through, or similar clothing, including attire which displays profanity, depicts tobacco, drugs or alcohol.
Honor Code! ball caps will be provided, but not worn during classroom or other indoor periods.
Appropriate attire will be the sole discretion of and be determined by the Honor Code! camp staff. Honor Code! reserves the right to prohibit participation in camp events, based upon inappropriate attire.
Summer Camps: For cancellations prior to and including Marchl 1, there is a cancellation fee of $500; after March 1, and prior to the start of any camp, there are no refunds.