Register Now for Summer 2017
2017 Camp Dates:
Tuesday, June 13 – Camp Begins
Sunday, June 25 – Ruach Ramah Begins
Thursday, June 29 – Ruach Ramah Ends
Monday, July 10 – Garinim and Taste of Tikvah A End
Tuesday, July 11 – Kochavim A, Halutzim and Taste of Tikvah B Begin
Sunday/Monday, July 16-17 – Visitors’ Days
Monday, July 24 – Kochavim A Ends
Tuesday, July 25 – Kochavim B Begins
Monday, August 7 – Camp Ends
Wednesday, August 9 – Sunday, August 13 – Family Camp
Kochavim (entering 4th grade, 12 days): $1,825
Garinim (entering 5th grade, 4 weeks): $4,995
Halutzim (entering 6th grade, 4 weeks): $4,995
Entering 7th-9th grades (8 weeks): $7,995
Machon (entering 10th grade, 8 weeks): $8,290
Nivonim (entering 11th grade, 8 weeks): $8,330
Tikvah (8 weeks): $8,695
Taste of Tikvah (4 weeks): $5,395
Tikvah Vocational (8 weeks): $8,695
One Happy Camper
In many communities, children attending a Jewish camp for the first time ever may be eligible to receive up to $1,000 as a campership incentive grant. To be eligible, this must be the child’s first Jewish overnight camping experience (greater than three weeks) and the child must come from a community served by Ramah Wisconsin that does not offer first-year incentive grants in collaboration with Foundation for Jewish Camps.
For more information go to www.onehappycamper.org.
Special Pricing for 4th, 5th, and 6th Graders in the Chicagoland Area
Entering 5th and 6th graders can enjoy four weeks at Ramah Day Camp and four weeks at Camp Ramah in Wisconsin for a special rate of $6,480. Entering 4th graders can spend 12 days at Camp Ramah in Wisconsin and six weeks at Ramah Day Camp for the special rate of $5,055. Eligible campers in 5th and 6th grade may receive up to $1,000 through One Happy Camper (see above) to reduce the cost even further.
If you live in Chicago and have a child in K-6th grade, click here to learn more about Ramah Day Camp.