Full season – $3,275
June 28th – August 20th, 2021
1 session – $2,100
June 28th – July 23rd
2 session – $2,100
July 26th – August 20th
Closed July 5th in observance of Independence Day
Marks JCH uses the American Red Cross Learn-to-Swim curriculum. The program consists of six comprehensive levels that teach kids of all ages and abilities how to swim skillfully and safely. Each level includes training in basic water safety, and all aquatic and safety skills are taught in a logical progression.
Children express themselves through art, music, and theater. Under the caring guidance of professional specialists children use the nature around them for artistic inspiration and variety of materials.
Focusing on developing and strengthening various athletic skills while being a good team-player through clinics, instruction, and healthy tournaments. Soccer, basketball, kickball, Israeli gaga and zooball are some of the sports campers have to look forward to.
Using fresh ingredients to prepare nutrient-rich healthy snacks, campers will learn all about healthy eating habits and will eagerly show off their chef skills.
A unique sport that can be enjoyed by anyone regardless of previous experience is one of the biggest highlights at camp. Archery’s structure and focus on calm precision offer an opportunity for campers to excel in a different kind of sport, and to gain skills that are applied in many other activities.
Through hands-on robotics projects and science experiments, campers learn outside the classroom learning about their surrounding world. Campers learn about astronomy, chemistry, physics, earth science, and animal life cycles.
In order to provide the best possible support for students after a very challenging year, we are partnering with Catapult Learning to provide a summer learning program to help compensate for the COVID-related disruption of learning many students have experienced. The focus of this program will be learning gains in literacy and math.
*Generously funded by UJA-Federation
Our program integrates unique aspects of our shared heritage and Israeli culture into camp life through an immersive, experiential curriculum. Israeli emissaries, schlichim who join us at camp bring Israeli life, culture, and Hebrew language to all campers. Campers experience weekly activities, Friday Shabbat celebrations, and special events.
Campers will explore the great outdoors through guided nature hikes on the campgrounds’ adventure trails, while learning important concepts such as taking care of the Earth and participating in team building activities.
Tzofim travel program is a blend of exploration, learning, and unforgettable memories with friends. Campers enjoy weekly day trips around NYC full of adventure and memorable experiences.
Marks JCH provides daily kosher lunch and 2 snacks. Yeladim also receives breakfast upon arrival. You can find a sample menu here. For children who prefer to bring their own food, a camp cooler is available. Please note that Marks JCH camp is peanut-aware but is NOT nut-free.
We transport campers in air-conditioned school buses. There are pickup locations throughout Brooklyn – please inquire with the camp office about your neighborhood. We accommodate the needs of working parents with pick up times as early as 8 am, and drop offs as late as 5:45 pm. Each bus is staffed by camp counselors in addition to the driver. We follow CDC guidance and NYC DOHMH regulations for bus capacity.
Pick Up and Drop Off:
One way (Pick up or Drop off):
A non-refundable deposit of $250 per child is required to secure registration. We accept all major credit cards. Full payment of all camp fees is required by June 1st, 2021. Failure to pay in full by that date will result in the automatic cancellation of your child’s enrollment in camp with a loss of all fees paid to date. Anyone registering after June 1st, 2021 is required to pay in full at the time of registration.
There will be no refunds or reductions of fees for days missed due to illness, absence, vacations, or change in family circumstances during the camp sessions unless closures are initiated by Marks JCH. Refunds, less the non-refundable deposit, will be issued for cancellations in writing received before April 1st, 2021. No refunds will be made after April 1st, 2021 for any JCH camp programs, due in part to pre-contracted services such as buses, staff, campground fees, and other accommodations. Marks JCH Camp reserves the right, after the due notification to parent or guardian, to suspend or expel any child from the day camp program in the event that he/she fails to comply with the rules and regulations of the Marks JCH Summer Day Camp, including additional safety regulations to mitigate the risks of COVID-19. Refunds, if any, will be at the sole discretion of the Marks JCH. For more information regarding all policies and procedures, please refer to the Marks JCH Summer Day Camp Parent Manual 2021.
Full Season- a $150 per camper discount will apply for each additional camper in the same family. Half season- a $50 per camper will apply for each additional camper in the same family. *Financial Aid recipients are not eligible for this discount.
Prospective eligible families may apply for a scholarship. To find out more information about applying for a scholarship, please contact the camp office at 718-943-6345. Please note that scholarships are not combinable with other discounts, such as sibling discounts and Early Bird special.
EMAIL | PHONE: 718-943-6345
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