Health Forms and Information

Creative Summer complies with all requirements and adheres to all health guidelines set forth by the Maryland Department of Health and the Montgomery County Department of Health and Human Services. In accordance with health department policies, Creative Summer must have the proper health forms on file for each camper. Descriptions of each form and links to download printable forms, if applicable, are below.

All Supplemental health forms must be submitted to the Creative Summer Office by Tuesday, April 30, 2024.

Health Form Requirements

Creative Summer health forms are listed and described below.


Please call or email the Creative Summer office with any questions you have about camper health forms:
301-365-6003 or


Holton-Arms School requires that all persons age six (6) and older provide proof of vaccination against COVID-19 (or medical exemption) to participate in any on-campus program. Masking for healthy individuals is optional.

Creative Summer complies with all regulations of the Maryland Department of Health and Montgomery County Department of Health, as well as following guidelines of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), and the American Camp Association (ACA), as regards COVID-19  exposure, testing, notification, and isolation.

All Creative Summer Staff participate in Allergy Awareness training prior to the start of camp, so that they are familiar with different types of allergic reactions and quickly able to recognize the symptoms of Anaphylaxis.

Lead Counselors are informed of allergy or health consideration for the campers in their classes so that they can make the camper's experience the safest one possible. If your child has a serious allergy, please contact the Creative Summer office, as such an allergy may affect your child’s ability to participate in some of our programs and/or camp activities, such as cooking classes.

Holton-Arms School Creative Summer program is not a peanut-free environment.

Other Health Issues/Concerns
Creative Summer welcomes all families interested in our programs; however, we recognize that some children require more support than we are able to provide. We encourage you to contact the Creative Summer office at 301-365-6003 to discuss your child’s individual needs prior to applying.