First-time campers may be eligible to receive up to $1000 off tuition from the One Happy Camper program!

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
  • Not currently attend a Jewish day school

Campers attending for 12 days 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.

Sibling Discount: If you have 2 children from the same household attending Sci Tech, you are eligible for $100 off the 2nd child’s balance.
This discount also applies to families with siblings at any combination of our three 6 Points specialty camps: if the children in your household are attending Sci Tech, Sports, and Creative Arts, you are eligible for a Sibling Discount on the balance of the 2nd child to enroll in camp.

Refer a Friend: When a friend enrolls in camp and names you as the referee on their application, you will earn a $100 credit towards tuition.

Early Bird Pricing: Through December 20th, take advantage of the Fall enrollment pricing of $2900, $300 less than our regular tuition rate.

Multi-Session Discount: Enroll in two sessions and we will waive your $250 inter-session fee.

Synagogue & Clergy Grants: Sci Tech will match aid that you receive from your synagogue or clergy member with a cap of $300 (for a total of $600 in aid).

Community Based Jewish Organizations (Local Jewish Federations): Inquire and apply directly to granting agency.

At 6 Points Sci-Tech Academy West, we recognize the lifelong benefits of Jewish camp for children and their families. We also know that quality camping experiences can seem expensive for some, and try to the best of our abilities to help ease the expense. Please note the following about our financial aid:

  • The application will be available in the Fall of 2017 and will be available online for families who are already registered via their CampInTouch account. In order to be considered for financial aid, families must be registered for camp.
  • The financial aid application is due Tuesday, February 28, 2018.
  • We expect families to approach any and all funding sources available before applying to the camp. Many synagogues and local Jewish Federations have programs specifically to assist families send children to camp. This helps us reserve our limited funds for families that do not have these options at their disposal and for families that are most in need.
  • The sooner you begin looking for financial assistance, the better your chances of finding it. By the spring, most scholarship funds have been used up for the year. If you are looking for scholarship after the February 28th application due date, we will still accept scholarship applications after this date and our scholarship committee will consider applications monthly through the start of camp. However, after the initial scholarship due date and allocations, funds are allocated based on funds available.
  • Funds are limited, and we unfortunately cannot guarantee that applicants will receive aid.

To apply for financial aid, please follow these steps:

  • Determine what you are able to pay. All families are expected to contribute to the cost of camp.
  • Apply for the One Happy Camper incentive grant if your child is a first-time camper.
  • Apply to local sources for funding, such as synagogues, federations, and Jewish family services.
  • Ask family and friends. Grandparents are an especially great resource, and understand the importance of Jewish camp!
  • Complete our financial aid application.

To assist you with preparing your financial aid application, download the Financial Aid Information Packet here.

If you have questions about financial aid, please contact Jordanna Flores, Director at jflores@urj.org or by phone at 424.387.3764.

6 Points Sci-Tech Academy West received a generous grant from the Women of Reform Judaism (WRJ) for girls to attend camp for Summer 2018. Applicants must be registered for camp to be considered for the grant. It is the goal of Women of Reform Judaism to engage more girls in Jewish life and WRJ believes that supporting girls attendance at Sci-Tech West, girls will be empowered not only to love Judaism but to also pursue their interests in science and technology.

Scholarship Qualifications:

  • For girls entering grades 5-10 in Fall 2018.
  • For first-time campers at 6 Points Sci-Tech.
  • Must be registered for this summer at 6 Points Sci-Tech.
  • If a family is applying for financial aid, the WRJ scholarship will be considered as part of the entire financial aid package.
  • Priority is given to families who are members of a URJ Congregation.
  • Awards will be considered on a first-come first-served basis, with all gifts considered following April 1st. Limited funds and a limited number of scholarships are available.
  • Recipients must agree to being a part of WRJ and 6 Points Sci-Tech photos, interviews or other URJ marketing opportunities.

Please note that a limited number of scholarships are available.

 

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