JaM Camp F.A.Q.

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What is included in the Full Week of Jam Camp? How about the Day Rate?

Please go to the JaM Camp info page section "The Details" to see exactly what is included with each option.

How is lunch break going to work? What kind of food can I bring?

We recommend bringing a bag lunch for JaM Camp. There is a refrigerator on the premises, if needed.

If you need to purchase and pick up food during the lunch break, a parent must sign a waiver granting permission for you to leave the studio. These forms will be available to sign in person at drop off the morning you arrive at JaM Camp.

Students with valid permission forms must sign in and out.

What can parents do while their children are in class?

Parents have many options while their children are at JaM Camp.

The Rockville Town Square has restaurants, coffee shops, movies, etc.

Montgomery County MD has some great parks and trails for outdoor activity (www.montgomeryparks.org).

Nearby cities offer selection of museums, shopping, dining, etc.
Nearby cities (and their distance from the studio):

Washington, DC (17 miles)
Alexandria, VA (25 miles)
Baltimore, MD (39 miles)
Annapolis, MD (44 miles)
Frederick, MD (30 miles)

Please provde for info about transportation and accommodation.

JaM Camp is conveniently located in the Rockville Town Square in Rockville, MD (www.rockvilletownsquare.com).

There are multiple garages and metered street available. We can validate up to 2 hours of parking in the garages. Please bring your ticket with you to the studio for validation.

The Cambria Hotel (www.cambriasuitesrockville.com) is centrally located in the Town Square.

Airports & distances from the studio:
DCA - Ronald Reagan National Airport (22 miles)
IAD - Dulles International Airport (28 miles)
BWI - Baltimore-Washington International (40 miles)

The closest public transit option is the Rockville metro stop on the red line (www.wmata.com).

Uber and Lyft service this region.

What is a Specialty Class?

A Specialty Class is focused on developing other areas outside of your tap technique classes. Examples of a Specialty Class can include musicality, percussion, improvisation and tap history.

Which level, Junior or Senior, is most appropriate for my child(ren)?

The Junior level is for dancers 11 and younger. The Senior level is for dancers 12 and up. Dancers can be moved between levels at any point during the week at the discretion of JYP Directors and guest faculty.

What is your refund policy? Can I modify my registration?

You can make changes to your registration at any point. We are happy to refund you if you need to cancel or modify your registration.
We can only honor requests to modify and/or cancel registration that are submitted by e-mail. We cannot honor any verbal requests, or those received over social media or messaging platform other than e-mail.

Please e-mail us at thejamyouthproject@gmail.com to make any changes or modifications to your registration.

Who is JaM Camp for? Is it a good fit for my child(ren)?

JaM Camp is for tap dancers ages 8 and up that are looking for an immersive tap dance experience. Classes are focused on tap technique and specialty areas (examples include musicality, percussion and improvisation). Dancers from all over the country attend Camp, creating a supportive learning environment and opportunities to develop new relationships.