What’s the difference between a camp and a class?

WM Teacher Larry Kernagis (far right) and students from his
Maggie Valley, NC camp in 2017

Our teachers offer both “classes” and “camps”, though we use “class” as the generic catchall term that means either type. We call it a “camp” if the teaching happens over two or more full consecutive days. Otherwise, we call it a “class”, which may be weekly sessions, a one-day event, or a few daily sessions at a festival. And we even have holiday classes! See all the variations here.

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