On the final day of Camp, a parenting seminar is led by the Camp director and key facilitators. This program gives parents an overview of their teen’s experience, as well as specific skills designed to support teens in retaining the maximum value from what they have learned. The program’s final hours feature a parent and teen reunion and a presentation of communication and negotiation skills to support the ‘ohana (family) environment. It is very important that you attend this segment of the program.
Please make every possible attempt to find child care for siblings on Parent Day: small children tend to get restless. It’s best to give all of your focus and attention to your teen who has just experienced a very intense and transformational time.
Medications and Wellness
All registration forms include an area to list medications needed and special instructions. If you wish to further communicate about medical needs, please contact us. Winners’ Camp has a wellness person on site at all times. The wellness person is responsible for distributing prescription medications and providing medication reminders to campers who request it. On the first day of camp, you may bring your teen’s medications in a see-through plastic ziploc bag. Please write your teen’s name clearly on the outside of the bag (marker is fine). Enclose instructions in the bag. We will collect medications on Registration Day when you drop off your teen.
Driving Directions From Honolulu
H1 East bound turns into Kalanianaole Hwy. Follow until you get to the Lunalilo Home Road intersection. Turn left on Lunalilo Home Road. Turn right at Hawaii Kai Drive. Proceed up the hill past Kamiloiki School which will be on your left. Turn left on Maunanani. Turn right on Kamehame Drive. Follow the road up the mountain, continue through the gates, until you see the Winners Camp Site to your right. Park your cars to the left of the road that goes down to the camp (you will see a distinct clearing).
We’ll be doing our very best to post photos on our blog and send you email updates with photo links, so you can see your teen’s smiling face and get a sense of what they’re experiencing while they are up on the mountain.