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2022 Dates & Tuition

  • Registration for Summer 2022 is open!
  • All grades indicated are the grades campers would be entering for the 2022 – 2023 school year (i.e. a current 4th grade would be considered a 5th grader at camp).
  • Due to the generosity of our donors, families who will be attending 6 Points Sci-Tech Academy in-person for the first time in 2022, for a full two-week session, will automatically receive an additional $350 voucher to put towards their total tuition after they are enrolled. There are a limited number of vouchers available, so register soon! Vouchers will be given out on a first-come-first-served basis as families enroll in the program.
  • The first ten families who sign up for our Taste of Camp mini-session will receive $150 off tuition.
  • Girls who attend in-person camp for the first time in Summer 2022 can receive a $200 scholarship off the total tuition for the summer due to the generosity of the Women of Reform Judaism (WRJ).
  • Rising 11th graders can register for either Sci-Tech Israel and/or our third-session-only 11th-grade unit and workshop, Sci-Techkun Olam!
  • Applications for the Full-Summer Machon Teen Leadership Program are open! Machon is a full-summer Teen Leadership and Counselor-in-Training program for entering 12th graders.

See below for 2022 Dates!

 

Session 1Opening DayClosing DayTuition
Kilobytes (Grades 5-6)June 28July 10$3,695
Megabytes (Grade 7)June 28July 10$3,695
Gigabytes (Grades 8-9)June 28July 10$3,695
Terabytes (Grade 10)June 28July 10$3,695
Intersession A (Grades 5-10)**July 10July 12$350

Session 2Opening DayClosing DayTuition
Kilobytes (Grades 5-6)July 12July 24$3,695
Megabytes (Grade 7)July 12July 24$3,695
Gigabytes (Grades 8-9)July 12July 24$3,695
Terabytes (Grade 10)July 12July 24$3,695
Intersession B (Grades 5-10)**July 24July 26$350

Session 3Opening DayClosing DayTuition
Bytes (Taste of Camp) (Grades 4-5)July 26July 31$1,400
Kilobytes (Grades 5-6)July 26August 7$3,695
Megabytes (Grade 7)July 26August 7$3,695
Gigabytes (Grades 8-9)July 26August 7$3,695
Terabytes (Grade 10)July 26August 7$3,695
Yottabytes (Grade 11)July 26August 7$3,695

Multi-SessionOpening DayClosing DayTuition
Two Sessions (Grades 5-10)*$7,640
Full Summer (Grades 5-10)*June 28August 7$11,385
6-Week / Full-Summer Machon / CIT (Grade 12)*June 26August 7$6,450 ($5,450 if teens commit before February 14!)
4-Week Machon / CIT (Grade 12)*June 26July 24$4,950
*This total includes cost of intersession(s) and multisession discount

 

Teen Programs

ProgramDescription/LocationEntering Grade(s)
Sci-Tech in IsraelThree-week trip to Israel run by NFTY in Israel11 or 12
Sci-Techkun Olam3rd Session Teen Leadership Incubator Workshop11
MachonFull-Summer Teen Leadership and CIT Program12

Additional Information

Tuition Discounts

  • Sibling Discount: Each additional child from your family who registers for camp gets $100 off the cost of tuition.
  • Multi-Session Discount: Campers receive a discount for attending more than one session.
  • One Happy Camper Grant: Campers who have never attended a Jewish summer camp before may be eligible to receive up to $1000 off the cost of tuition from the Foundation for Jewish Camp’s One Happy Camper program. To be eligible, campers must be: registered for our camp and attend at least one full session; have never attended a non-profit Jewish overnight camp for 12 or more consecutive nights, and not currently attend a Jewish day school. Campers attending for 2 weeks may be eligible for the $700 grant while campers attending for more than 2 weeks may be eligible for the $1000 grant. For more information, please visit the One Happy Camper website and apply for the program to determine eligibility.
  • First Time Family (FTF) Voucher: Due to the generosity of our donors, families who will be attending 6 Points Sci-Tech Academy in-person for the first time in 2022, for a full two-week session, will receive an additional $350 voucher to put towards their total tuition. Now, more than ever, our camp supporters want to make it easier for new families to discover the magic of camp connections and summer friendships. The voucher would be given once per family, not per camper. This voucher is for new families, so campers with siblings who have attended Sci-Tech previously are not eligible. There are a limited number of vouchers available, so register soon! Vouchers will be given out on a first-come-first-served basis as families enroll in the program.
  • Women of Reform Judaism (WRJ) – First-time Scholarship for Girls: 6 Points Sci-Tech Academy received a generous grant from the Women of Reform Judaism (WRJ) to provide scholarships for girls. Girls who attend in-person camp for the first time in Summer 2022 can receive a $200 scholarship off the total tuition for the summer. Applicants must first be registered for camp to be considered for the scholarship and must then fill out a short application to receive the scholarship. It is the goal of Women of Reform Judaism to engage more girls in Jewish life and WRJ believes that by supporting girls’ attendance at Sci-Tech, girls will be empowered not only to love Judaism but to also pursue their interests in science and technology. For more information about how Sci-Tech supports women in STEM, check out our previous #SupportGirlsInSTEM campaign, in partnership with Women of Reform Judaism (WRJ).
  • Taste of Camp Voucher: The first ten families who enroll in our Taste of Camp mini-session will receive $150 off tuition.

Deposits

A $500 per camper/per session deposit is due at the time of registration via electronic payment method (Credit Card, Debit Card, or E-Check (ACH)) in order to process a camper application. All payments, including deposits, are fully refundable through January 31, 2022.

A $1000 per camper/per session deposit is due at the time of registration starting March 1.

A $1500 per camper/per session deposit is due at the time of registration starting May 1.

Intersession Options

During the days in between each session, we have exciting programs planned for your camper. Our campers will play outside, hang out with their camp friends, and participate in some leisurely science or technology projects while hanging out at camp. After a busy two weeks, they will also have time to unwind, sleep a little late, and enjoy the camp environment. We believe strongly that the intersession time is very much an important part of the camp experience, and that each camper staying for two sessions or more be enrolled in intersession programming.

Since rising 11th graders only come during our 3rd session, they cannot sign up for an Intersession. Participants in the Full-Summer Machon Program for rising 12th graders are automatically enrolled in Intersession.

Families with campers staying multiple sessions have two options during intersession:

Option 1: This option is the one we highly recommend! In Option 1, your camper participates in all intersession activities, including sports, STEM projects, etc. Your camper will receive the same level of supervision that they receive throughout the session from our caring and warm counselors. We have found this option to be the least disruptive to the camper experience, and greatly improves camper mental health and sense of connectedness to camp! If you choose this option you must register for the Intersession.

Option 2: You may pick up your child after the closing day camper pickup time at 12 PM ET. Please do not arrive earlier as we will be saying goodbye to our first and second session campers. At 12 PM ET, you will sign your camper out of camp for the entire intersession. Your camper will then spend Sunday and Monday with you. Please plan to return your camper to camp at 7 PM Monday evening. If you are not able to commit to this option, your child must be enrolled in the intersession. If you choose this option, you do not need to register for intersession. If you do not choose Option 2, you do need to register for Intersession.

*Please note that in 2022, Option 2 may not be possible depending on health standards as a result of COVID-19 safety protocols. As we approach the summer, we will communicate Intersession specifics with families.