Summer camps prepare for an uncertain season

By Eric Schucht and Jesse Berman Last summer left many would-be campers stuck at home as COVID regulations caused overnight camps to close. As camp...

Camp forever

When my mother dropped me off for the first time at Herzl Camp in Webster, Wis., I was 9 years old and 1,200 miles...

7 things to know before going on a college tour

It’s the time of year when college acceptance letters are coming out for high school seniors and high school juniors are preparing to look...

California Jewish camp to try out all-gender cabins this summer

SAN FRANCISCO — After attending a few LGBTQ family weekends at Camp Tawonga, Jonathan Brunn felt ready to attend sleepaway camp there. But Jonathan’s...

At Sababa Beachaway, surfing and spirituality go hand in hand

Campers come to learn. But more than anything, they come to be kids.

Who says you can’t go back to camp again?

There are no friends like camp friends, especially to this group of 30-year-olds who all moved to Washington together

LGBTQ camp partners with Md.’s Airy & Louise

Last January, Jonathan Gerstl, executive director of Camps Airy & Louise, visited Boulder, Colo., for a conference. While there, he watched a five-minute presentation...

Day schools prep juniors for college apps

  Nearly 70 percent of high school graduates enroll in college, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. This time of year, juniors and even...

Hebrew is center of activities at MoEd day camp

By Barbara Trainin Blank Are you looking for a camp with an Israeli staff and lots of Israeli atmosphere, including harbei ivrit — a...

Service with a smile

Camp is a great way to make memories. Some kids make their summer memories while working on service projects designed to develop leadership skills...