Heart & Sole

Be in the know with this season’s details for 6th-8th graders and register today!

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Spring 2024 Season Details

Thank you for your interest in Heart & Sole programming for the Spring 2024 Season. 

Program registration for the Fall season will open on February 1. 


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  • The Spring 2024 lottery registration period will be February 1-15
  • Registration will re-open on February 16 on a first come, first served basis to fill the remaining spots. Registration closes April 5
  • Our Spring 2024 season will begin the week of April 1
  • Our standard schedule is to practice 2x a week after school for 8 weeks. Heart & Sole MS teams will have two practices during the first 2 weeks, then practice 1x a week. 
  • There is no practice during the school vacation week of April 15
  • Teams will finish the season with a final week of practice and the Community Impact Project the week of May 27
  • The season-culminating 5K event will be held on Sunday, June 2
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Financial Aid

The scholarship approval process is included in the online and paper registration process. Simply answer the scholarship questions during registration, and the computer will determine your eligibility and adjust the fee accordingly. 

February 1 - March 19

  • February 1 - April 5
    The registration period
  • April 1

    Spring 2024 GOTR Season Starts

Reg fees - H&S

Registration Fees

Building confidence and setting young girls down the path of a healthy lifestyle is PRICELESS! However, there are real costs associated with operating a non-profit organization and delivering the Girls on the Run program to approximately between 1,000 and 1,500 girls in the Maine each year. Registration is $160 per girl and includes:

  • 16 ninety-minute sessions conducted by certified GOTR volunteer coaches
  • Safe place for after school for 90 minutes two days/week (Heart & Sole practices are 120 minutes once/week)
  • Curriculum and lesson materials
  • Official GOTR T-shirt and water bottle
  • 5K Registration fee
  • 5K Medal
  • 5K celebration
Registration Fee Guide
Registration Type Price
Full-Price Registration  $160
Financial Aid Option 1 (household income is between $50,000-$65,000) $100
Financial Aid Option 2 (household income is between $35,000-$50,000) $75
Financial Aid Option 3
(Eligible for reduced lunch or annual household income is between $25,000-$35,000) 
Financial Aid Option 4
(Eligible for reduced lunch or annual household income is lower than $25,000) 
COVID-19 Information

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My girl isn't a big runner; is this camp for her?

Yes! We are much more than a running program, and every participant can benefit from the experience of building confidence through accomplishment while participating in our rich, curriculum-based, age-appropriate, interactive lessons. Expect lots of games, talking, laughing and processing in addition to movement activities each day. When we say run, we mean run, walk, skip, roll or push, just as long as you are moving foward!

What does the registration fee include?

Your camp registration fee includes all lesson materials, including Camp GOTR curriculum, a journal, activity sheets, a Camp GOTR t-shirt, a Camp GOTR water bottle, a GOTR bracelet and sunglasses. In addition, your fee covers afternoon experiences like movement classes, art classes, and special guests. 

We can't afford the camp registration fee, but our child would love to participate. How does the scholarship program work?

Don't let cost stop you from participating! We are committed to making Camp GOTR accessible to all who want to particpate! Thanks to generous donors and community supporters, camp scholarships are available. Please contact Executive Director Emily Clark at emily.clark@girlsontherun.org to request a discount. 

When does the season begin?

Practices will begin the week of April 1st. The culminating event will be the 5K on Sunday, June 2nd. More information will be shared by the GOTR staff and by your girl's coaches once the season begins.

What is the daily structure of Camp GOTR?

The morning (4 hours) will consist of a structured Camp GOTR Lesson with the following schedule:

Opening Game and Team Meeting (30 min)

Learning Games introducing the day's theme (30 min) 

Play - girls practice new skills and move their bodies (45 min)

Reflect - girls reflect on the theme in their journal, have snack and share in small groups (30 min)

Create - girls particpate in three workshops: storytelling, building and arts and crafts (60 min)

Lunch (30 min)

Afternoon activities vary every day and include a movement activities like yoga or Zumba, STEM activities, creating a business plan with the Maine Center for Entrepeneurs, a demonstration by service dogs, and more. 


Is there a way for me to sponsor a participant for Camp GOTR?

Yes! As a mission-driven 501(c)3, Girls on the Run relies on generous donors in order to provide program scholarships for families in need. Click here to sponsor a participant with a donation towards a camp scholarship..