Enrollment for Summer 2021 is open!
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Registration is now open for our traditional camp program in Nyack (including for our new PreK edah), our Sha’ar Hebrew Immersion program, and our one-week specialty camps.
We’ve frozen our rates at 2020 levels, and they won’t change throughout the year. At this challenging time, we want to make camp accessible to all, so we will maintain these rates all year long.
We recognize that our world is still significantly different than it was just six months ago, and we want to be open and honest with you about how we’re proceeding on the path towards a safe and successful summer in 2021. Please see the FAQs below for more information. Our staff is always available to speak and answer your questions (firstname.lastname@example.org).
We are enrolling campers based on the expectation of being able to operate safely at near-full capacity. Federal or local guidelines may evolve and require changes to our camp program in order to ensure the safest summer possible in 2021. We promise to continue regular, open communication regarding how the COVID-19 pandemic may impact our plans for summer 2021.
Here are some of the reasons why enrolling your children now makes a difference to us all
- Enrolling early is an investment in our joyful Jewish community. We’ll be able to anticipate the number of campers joining us, hire the nurturing and spirited Jewish role models that we are known for, and start preparing for Kayitz 2021…a summer when we welcome you back HOME.
- The earlier you register, the longer you will have to pay, therefore lowering your monthly payment. Camp fees must be paid in full by April 1, 2021, so enrolling now will make a real difference.
- Even if you can’t start making payments right away, by registering early we can work with you to create a plan that reflects your circumstance.
Families will need to reapply for financial assistance. We evaluate each year independently and remain committed to making sure that Ramah is affordable for all of our families.
Please contact our camp office for more information about the financial assistance process.
Should a family choose to cancel enrollment, refunds would be subject to our regular cancellation policy that can be found in the Terms & Conditions section of our online application.
However, in the event that we cannot safely operate our summer programming in 2021 and Ramah cancels prior to the beginning of summer sessions, families will be eligible for a full refund.
Questions for Rabbi Ami Hersh, Camp Director
Building on the success of “Boker Tov, Ramah!” virtual programming this summer, Ramah Nyack is committed to providing meaningful ways for you and your children to stay connected to our community during the fall and for the rest of the year. Be on the lookout for a schedule of virtual activities and after-school chugim (electives) in the coming weeks.