When is check-in?
The check-in desk will open at 4pm on Saturday, July 1st and closes at 7pm. The program begins with dinner at 6pm.
Can I arrive early?
Unfortunately, Seabeck cannot allow our group on campus until after 4pm, to prepare following the previous group. If you arrive early, please wait at the side of the road until Seabeck opens. There is a coffee shop, pizzeria, and general store across the street from camp. There is also Scenic Beach State Park about 2 miles down the road, with beach access, a playground, and hiking options.
How late can I check-in?
Check-In will close at 7 PM on Saturday evening. If you need a late check-in, please contact our secretary at: email@example.com
Can I stay off-campus and commute to school each day?
Yes, Participants may stay off campus and commute to campus each day. Commuters are still considered full-time participants and are accounted for as such.
How can I get financial assistance to attend?
Please see details on the Costs page. There are reduced rate lodging options, sponsorships from LSAs and scholarships from the School available.
Pay by check, where to send?
Western Washington Bahá’í School Committee | ATTN: Registrar | P.O. Box 128, Kirkland, WA 98083
Can I get a refund if I have to cancel?
Cancellation and Refund Policy
Full refund if canceled before May 1st
50% refund if canceled by June 1st
No refund after June 1st
What do I need to bring?
Please see details on the What to Bring page.
Can children attend by themselves?
Children (under 18 years of age) must be accompanied by an adult, either a parent or sponsor.
Children with special needs
If a child receives any special services at his/her school such as one-on-one support, pull out support, alternative learning environments, etc. – it would be the responsibility of the parent or sponsor to provide similar support at the summer school.
Special Dietary Needs
The kitchen is able to accommodate most dietary needs, please identify these for each attendee during registration.
Can I attend part-time?
The summer school is unable to accommodate part-time registrations.
COVID-19 Safety Protocols
Based on current State of Washington and National Schools standards, there will not be a vaccine requirement this year. This policy is subject to change if new guidance is issued from these organizations. Regardless, we encourage the following to help people stay safe:
· Please take a COVID-19 test within 72-hours of the start of school to help prevent inadvertent transmission.
· If you are experiencing any symptoms, please stay home as a precaution to avoid endangering others in the community who are at risk.