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Jewish Summer Camp

OUR PARTNER CAMPS
As a member of the Union for Reform Judaism, The Temple has a deep partnership with our fellow URJ camps:

URJ Camp Coleman

Camp Coleman is The Temple's partner in Jewish camping located in Cleveland, GA. Coleman offers 2 and 4 week sessions throughout the summer beginning in 3rd grade. With fabulous art, sports, and religious programming, it will quickly become your child's home away from home!

URJ 6 Points Creative Arts Academy

The URJ's newest camp located at the Westtown School located outside Philadelphia. Mentored by the best in their field, young artists are drawn together in a dynamic community to experience camp, explore their passions, and improve their skills in culinary arts, dance, instrumental or vocal music, theatre, and visual arts.

URJ 6 Points Sports Academy

Located on the campus of the American Hebrew Academy in Greensboro, NC, 6 Points Sports Academy is where Jewish athletics are trained for life. Especially for children entering grades 4 to 11, Jewish athletes participate in top-level sports training alongside the beloved traditions of Reform Jewish camping.

URJ 6 Points Sci-Tech

At URJ 6 Points Sci-Tech Academy, scientific inquiry meets fun! Girls and boys entering grades 5-10 develop hypotheses, perform experiments, and test out new technologies in a supportive, vibrant Jewish community. Our campers ask big questions, and discover real answers.Located just outside of Boston’s science and technology corridor on a pristine campus, 6 Points Sci-Tech Academy offers a top-quality educational program along with access to the best and brightest minds in the Jewish science and technology community.

Making Camp Affordable

Grant Opportunities

One Happy Camper Grant:
One Happy Camper: The Jewish Federation of Greater Atlanta and the Foundation for Jewish Camp are happy to sponsor the One Happy Camper grant for Jewish Campers who are attending non-profit Jewish overnight camp for the first time! First-time campers who are attending camp for 11-18 days can receive $700 and campers attending camp for 19 days+ can apply to receive $1000 off their first summer at camp. Grants are first come, first served and are NOT based on financial need. Jewish day school students are NOW eligible for One Happy Camper. Other summer experiences may apply; click here for a full list of approved programs. Please note that if your child attended camp in summer 2017 for 11-18 days and is planning to return to camp in summer 2018 for 19 days+  for the first time, they are still considered a second year camper.

Click here for more information. 

Jewish Federation of Greater Atlanta Needs-Based Financial Assistance

Needs-Based Scholarship: The Jewish Federation of Greater Atlanta’s Camp Scholarship Program helps families in metro Atlanta with the cost of overnight camp tuition. Camp scholarships are based on financial need and are awarded by the Camp Scholarship Committee as a part of an anonymous review and allocation process. All applications and inquiries are confidential. The camp scholarship program is funded through the generosity of individual donors, grants from charitable foundations, and the Jewish Federation of Greater Atlanta’s Annual Campaign.

The scholarship process for summer 2018 has changed. Scholarships will be accepted and considered on a rolling basis, only when complete. A complete application includes scholarship attained from other sources (camp, synagogue, friends and family, etc). On a rolling basis, families will apply and receive notification of their award within one to two months of their submission date.


The Temple Scholarship Form


Also, make sure to contact your camp to see if they offer scholarships.

Sun, January 21 2018 5 Sh'vat 5778