Young Camper Policy

We sometimes can accept campers whose age falls below the minimum required age.  We ask a few questions to determine whether adding a younger child to the roster will be a success:

  1. Is the child relatively close in age to the minimum age?
  2. Do we have or expect to have other children attending that at the youngest end of the age bracket and do we still have room in our youngest groups?
  3. Has your child attended other programs of similar length? ( ex. if they are 5 years old and have never attended an 8-hour long day, they may not be ready to successfully participate in such a long program)
  4.  Are the parents willing to pull their child mid-session if their child is struggling in a way that is taking away from the experience of the rest of the group?

Young Camper policy:  If we can answer yes to the above questions, […]

January 24th, 2023|

Partner Schools

Spotlight on Unique Boulder County Schools!

Are you aware of these excellent unique private schools in Boulder County?


The Boulder Sudbury School – Self-Directed Learning

Self-Directed Education and Democratic Education sets the Boulder Sudbury School apart from other schools. Some features include autonomy, mixed ages, free-range learning, gradeless systems, and highly social aspects of human experience, such as play.  3-minute video on Self-Directed Education

The Mackintosh Academy – International Baccalaureate Program for the Gifted Child

Macintosh Academy offers an inquiry-based International Baccalaureate Program designed to meet the unique needs of gifted and talented learners. They’ve navigated the pandemic peerlessly and we love leading Adventure Quest and Dungeon Delver programs on their large 23-acre campus! 


The Friends School – Head, Hand, and Heart

Dear to RA Director’s heart, because Friends was the first school he started leading AQ […]

August 25th, 2022|

Background Checks for Employment

 A Note Regarding Background Checks:

As per the Colorado Revised Statues 26-6-104 (7), all staff must agree to background checks,  as specific criminal backgrounds disqualify applicants from working in childcare in Colorado:

  1. Child abuse, as specified in section 18-6-401, C.R.S.

  2. A crime of violence, as defined in section 18-1.3-406, C.R.S.

  3. Any felony offenses involving unlawful sexual behavior, as defined in section 16-22-102(9), C.R.S.

  4. Any felony, the underlying factual basis of which has been found by the court on the record to include an act of domestic violence, as defined in section 18-6-800.3 C.R.S.

  5. A pattern of misdemeanor convictions, as defined by rule of the state board, within the ten years immediately preceding the date of submission of the application

  6. Any offense in any other state, the elements of which are substantially similar to the elements of any […]

February 4th, 2022|

Inclusivity and Non-Discrimination Statements

Inclusion and Non-Discrimination at Renaissance Adventures

Renaissance Adventures supports our campers, families, and staff of all identities; this means we are committed to providing space for everyone to be their true selves at all times. We welcome campers and employees of all backgrounds, races, gender identities, and sexual orientations.

Staff: RA is committed to creating a diverse and inclusive environment. Each staff brings unique backgrounds, skill sets, and perspectives to the team. We strive to build a cohort of creative individuals who can bring their authentic selves to work in an inclusive and respectful work environment. The RA Team and our clients benefit from our unique diversity!

Non-Discrimination & Equal Employment Opportunity: Renaissance Adventures is committed to being an equal opportunity workplace and an affirmative action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, ancestry, national origin, religion, […]

February 3rd, 2022|

Tech Requirements for Online Classes

Program Requirements for Online Classes and Camps:  

  • A reliable internet connection
  • A computer or tablet with a microphone and video capabilities (FYI, Chromebooks seem to work fine based on our experience, but Zoom’s website says there may be technical difficulties using these devices)
  • Windows 7 or higher or  Mac OS X (Mac OS 10.10 or higher)
  • Install Zoom video conferencing software
  • Multiple devices and separate rooms for siblings
  • A quiet space.
December 16th, 2020|
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