Blast Registration

BLAST 2015

Student Registration

Students can register for BLAST beginning October 25. Spots are limited, so make sure your student is registered before the deadline of December 15, 2015.

THE COST STRUCTURE HAS CHANGED THIS YEAR. Please notice the deadlines for registration $50 Due at registration:


$235 October 25 - November 15 (Online registration and $50 deposit locks in this price)

$250 November 16 - December 1 (Online registration and $50 deposit locks in this price)

$265 December 2 - December 15 (Online registration and $50 deposit locks in this price)

Leader Registration

The cost per leader is $125 through December 14. On December 15, the cost increases to $155 per leader. 

Mark your calendars for the mandatory leader meeting on Wednesday January 14, at 7pm, at the Naperville Yellow Box.

Scholarship Application

At Wheatland, we never want your financial needs to keep you from attending an event. Unfortunately we are limited in the amount of scholarships we are able to offer, but are able to offer some assistance. Click here to apply for a scholarship and we will contact you with information about available scholarships. NOTE: All scholarship applications are due by December 1

What is Blast?

BLAST is our annual 8th Grade - High School winter conference held at the Kalahari Resort in Wisconsin Dells, home of Wisconsin’s Largest Indoor Water Park. BLAST is one of the most amazing events in WSM. Students will not want to miss this weekend full of amazing worship, dynamic teaching, small groups, engaging workshops, and our annual dodge ball tournament.  We will be staying at one of the Kalahari's newest properties and driving to the resort each day. Here is the site of the location where we will be sleeping: We will be staying in the Chalets

Why We Do Blast

This conference is specifically designed to lead students to encounter Jesus and develop relationships with other students. BLAST is intentionally designed to be a major faith catalyst in the lives of all who attend. Students and leaders alike will look back at BLAST as the highlight of the year.