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Belgrave Heights Christian School Year 10 Camp Blog


On the 12th of March, a bunch of legends from Belgrave Heights Christian School arrived at The Summit. These epic people were in for an intense 2 days that would push themselves physically and mentally.


Day 1 started off by meeting the 5 coaches who guided you through your camp experience. Your coaches were Logan, Mim, Sam, Odile, and Aron. You also became familiar with our Five Keys and if we used them would make camp go from good to GREAT!

The Five Keys were:

1.    Have Fun

2.    Play All In

3.    Make Lots of Mistakes

4.    Get Comfortable Being Uncomfortable

5.    Don’t Go Home Wondering What If


The incredible thing about camp here at The Summit is that all our activities are designed to (at some point) seem impossible for you to do. However, all activities at The Summit are possible and it's entirely up to you to face your fears and conquer them on your own terms.


With no further ado, we split up into our tribes and began our first 3 activities. Your activities throughout your time here at The Summit included:


Giant Swing, testing what it will take to let go of our fear and trust the process, letting go of “what if…”.

Snowy River Challenge, is the ultimate test of teamwork and support involving a race through 5 obstacles as fast as possible to beat the opposing team's time.

Laser Tag, dodging and weaving through our laser war zone striving to eliminate the opposition.

Sky Bridge, traversing across the lake on nothing but a bridge, using every bit of concentration and focus on your technique, only to realize that it is usually our belief that determines if we successfully make it across. Great work everyone on conquering the bridge and moving forward within the struggle!

Abseil, feeling like the main character of Mission Impossible, challenges our ability to trust in ourselves.

Highwire, scaling a tree to then balance across a thin wire with your partner and come down together like a boss.

The Cave, moving through an epic small underground tunnel with no light to give hope and no sounds to comfort, challenging our fear of the unknown, and realizing the difference between perception and reality.

Leap of Faith, challenging our ability to trust not only ourselves but the entire process, and to take a leap into the unknown regardless of what was holding us back.

Summit Window, climbing up an 18 meter tower and scaling a ladder, sometimes when you push through your fear you will experience an incredible sense of freedom! Letting go was the key. Everyone did an amazing job!

Orienteering, navigating throughout the entire park to try and unlock riddles to gain as many points as possible.


Before the day was over it was time for the moment we had only heard rumors about, it was time for the Monster Course! Running in our teams through a mud run obstacle course linked together by hands to achieve not only the best time but also a closer connection to your fellow peers and teammates. After the first lap we followed it up with a surprise, we told you we were going to do it twice! What a sight to see. Pushing ourselves to limits we hadn’t reached before. Congratulations to all those that truly pushed through and demonstrated to themselves a new level of resilience.



To wrap up day 1 we all huddled together in the Lodge to question something. To discuss what our own personal limiting (holds us back) and empowering (champions us) beliefs were. Beliefs can help us do incredible things, however the ones that go unquestioned, the ones that hold us back from doing what we want and being who we want to be, they need to be broken! Finally, the talk was over, we all got the opportunity to break a solid wooden board and smash through our limiting beliefs or empowering beliefs that were written on our board.


Day 2 was already on the horizon! We began with some breakfast followed by a gratitude and intention session with Logan. This encouraged us to use gratitude as a tool to instantly FEEL joy and happiness when reflecting on the often unappreciated things we have in life. “Gratitude affects your attitude and in turn, affects your altitude”. We then got down into the park to commence our last 4 activities. What an epic way to finish off an incredible camp. Last but not least each team voted for somebody in your group who best demonstrated our Five keys. Congrats to Ghislaine, Chelsea, Emma, Emily, Lacy, Reaa and Maddy for being your team's values winners, your all epic individuals. Lastly we all got the chance to witness our WW2 army tank go for a lap around our mud track. However, your well deserving values winners got to have a first class seat inside the tank as it went to work!




Thank you Belgrave Heights Christian School for playing all in and rocking it throughout camp.


Keep Unleashing Your Greatness!

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