Frequently Asked Questions
All Full Sail Labs facilitators receive background checks with Level 2 FBI clearance, are CPR certified, and receive 100 hours of education before they fully step into their roles. They are trained quarterly on the tools and technology, best teaching methods and how to work with different learner behaviors. We also require all full-time facilitators to become certified Apple Teachers.
The only thing they need to bring is a lunch, their creative juices, and enthusiasm! Our lab environments are equipped with everything our students need to develop their creative projects.
There is a 1:10 instructor to student ratio and our labs hold a maximum of 24 students for optimal learning. Since groups will be from 10 to 20, there will always be at least two instructors to teach and assist in project development for all students in the lab.
Click here for a hotel list. Many of the accommodations on our list offer a special Full Sail rate.
Yes. For those classes that are already full, we will maintain a waiting list. To get on the waiting list, you must complete an online application indicating the session in which you are interested. Credit card information is required but will not be charged at this point. As spaces become available, the first name in the waiting list will be called and offered the spot.
All discounts will be applied after checkout.
If you need to cancel or withdraw from a camp, please notify our office as soon as possible, either by phone or in writing (mail or email). A cancellation fee of $100 will be applied. No refunds are given after a camp begins.
Full Sail Labs reserves the right to cancel or postpone any camp due to insufficient enrollment or unforeseen circumstances. If a camp is canceled, registrants will be notified immediately and refunds will be processed.
Yes, you can join us for as many weeks as you like during the summer and even choose the same subject. If you enroll in multiple weeks you will receive a discount of $50-$200 depending on the number of camps and which location you register for.
Yes. Although the projects in each camp are preset and designed with specific criteria and milestones, all projects can be customized based on personal interests. For example, game genres are chosen ahead of time for our Game Design & Coding camp. If you wish to enroll in this camp twice, it must be understood your child will make the same style of games in both weeks, but your child would be able to make a brand NEW version the second time around—resulting in two uniquely crafted games of the same genre. Additionally, we love to incorporate student-teaching when a child repeats a subject, allowing that child an opportunity to co-facilitate the learning process.
Early drop-off is from 8:00 a.m. to 9:00 a.m. with late pick up available until 6:00 p.m. We will, of course, remain with a child if they are left past the end of class time, but please be advised there is a late pickup fee of $1 per minute.
We do not offer overnight camps for our programs. If you are traveling to join us for our Summer Camps, you may click here for a hotel list.
Students are given one hour for lunch. Due to a variety of food allergies and dietary restrictions, students must bring their own lunch. Parents/guardians are welcome to join their child for lunch or sign them out and take them to lunch. We do provide water and healthy snacks for our students to enjoy during various breaks throughout the day.
Students at each of our summer camp locations receive the same learning experiences with the same gear and equipment. However, students at our satellite locations receive a discount as our Winter Park location has access to Full Sail University’s campus. Because of campus amenities, our Teens’ Summer Camps are only available at Full Sail Labs Winter Park location.
2018 Summer Camps are held in Winter Park at Full Sail Labs and Full Sail University with satellite locations in Lake Nona at the Guidewell Innovation Center, and Longwood at One School of the Arts. Detailed information can be found on the Summer Camps page.
Summer Camps run in weekly intervals from the beginning of June through mid-August.