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Q: Who can attend FLC?

A: Students entering the 10th, 11th, or 12th grade, and incoming rooks.


Q: What is the deadline to apply?

A: There is no set deadline; however, we do cap each session at 96 participants.


Q: Is there financial assistance available?

A: FLC offers several scholarships. Contact us for more details.

Participants in the past have sought help from coaches and JROTC instructors in securing sponsorships from local businesses. Your local chapter of the American Legion may also provide scholarships.


Q: When is payment due?

A: Once you have been accepted to camp, there is a $275 deposit to secure your spot. The final payment is due two weeks before your session’s start date.


Q: Can I still come to camp if I have a medical condition?

A: Please call and ask. Each individual is reviewed on a case by case basis. Every participant must submit a health form signed by their physician before arriving at camp. Each participant is responsible for his or her medication while at camp.


Q: How many female participants attend camp?

A: Females make up approximately 25 percent of the camp participant and staff populations.


Q: Are there separate accommodations for the female participants?

A: Yes, female participants sleep on a separate floor and have a separate bathroom from the male participants.


Q: Can I use my cellphone during camp?

A: Cellphones are not allowed during training. Participants will be able to call home a few times during camp for 15 minutes.


Q: When can I expect my first phone call?

A: Participants will call home on the second or third night of camp.


Q: How do I apply?


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