Summer 2022

Sessions, Dates, & Tuition

Plan your perfect summer and explore our tuition programs

Single Session and Full-Season Options

Camp Pembroke offers 3.5 week and 7 week sessions. Friendships here blossom quickly, and deepen over time. The longer campers stay, the more new skills they master and the more confidence and independence they gain. Most campers start with one session, then come for the full season as they grow older. 

We recommend that even first-time campers sign up for a regular session. But sometimes campers–or parents–want to dip a toe in more gently, so we also offer a 2-week Taste of Pembroke for younger first-time campers

Our tuition programs include first-time camper grants, sibling discounts, and community resources to help you give your children the Jewish summer camp experience.

Enrollment Important Dates

Monday,
Sept. 27, 2021

2022 Enrollment Opens!

Sept. 27-
Oct. 11, 2021

Priority Re-Enrollment (with Early Bird tuition) for returning campers and their siblings, space permitting. Login to re-enroll

New campers should apply ASAP to be first in line for placement starting October 12. Apply here

Please remember: Your deposit is required to process your application!

Summer 2022 Dates + Tuition

The Cohen Camps are nonprofit organizations working year-round to prepare for summer. All Camp Pembroke tuition and contributions enable Pembroke to provide the highest-quality camper experience.

 

First-Time Camper

Tuition (Deposit)

Returning Camper

Tuition (Deposit)

 Early Bird
by 10/11/21
Regular

Taste of Pembroke short session:
July 25-August 7

A 2-week option for younger first-time campers entering grades 2-5

$3,700
($400)
First Session:
June 29-July 24
$6,250
($600)
$6,300
($900)
$6,500
($600)
Second Session:
July 25-August 17
$6,000
($600)
$6,050
($900)
$6,250
($600)

Full Season:
June 29-August 17

Sunday, July 24 is Visiting Day (for Full Season Camper Families only)

$10,250
($800)
$10,450
($1,200)
$10,750
($800)
Dor L’Dor Israel Travel  TBD
($2,000)

As reflected above, first-time campers enjoy an automatic Welcome Grant; you may also qualify for an additional grant through the OneHappyCamper program.

There is NO added COVID Mitigation Fee for Summer 2022. (In Summer 2021, this fee covered additional costs of safety measures such as PPE, testing, cleaning, etc.)

Tuition Due Dates + Policies

Tuesday, February 1, 2022

50% of tuition is due to continue to hold your child’s spot (by check, eCheck, Visa, MasterCard, or Discover)

OR

Pay your tuition in FULL by this date by cash, check or eCheck, and receive the extra Cash-or-Check Discount! Details below.

 

Friday, April 1, 2022

100% of tuition is due to continue to hold your child’s spot (by check, eCheck, Visa, MasterCard, or Discover)

Click here for information about online payments, payment plans, and uploading forms.

Please refer to your Application Packet for complete policies and terms.

  • All deposits are non-refundable once a place in camp has been reserved for your child.
  • Unless other arrangements are made with our office, spaces at camp will be held for those families who have paid 50% of the tuition by February 1, 2022. Tuition must be paid in full by April 1, 2022, unless prior arrangements have been made. The camp reserves the right to release reserved spaces to campers on the wait list after these dates.
  • Enrollments received after April 1, 2022 must be accompanied by full payment.
  • All cancellations must be received in writing via email.

Tuition Programs + Financial Assistance

Many institutions in the Jewish community care about making the Jewish camping experience accessible and available to as many families as possible. Financial aid and scholarships are available from many different resources including synagogues, local Federations, private funders, and the Cohen Camps.

The following are some of the sources for financial assistance for first-time campers and all camp families. You are also welcome to call the office at 781.489.2070 to ask for other resources.

All new Cohen Camps campers automatically enjoy a special welcome: $250 off First or Second Session or $500 off the Full Season.

In addition, you may wish to explore the Foundation for Jewish Camp (FJC) One Happy Camper (OHC) program, which provides grants for many first-time campers. Eligibility and grant amounts are determined by your local sponsoring organization in coordination with FJC. Please apply for your One Happy Camper grant directly and let us know when you are approved.

Also, the following Federations have their own OHC programs and have supported Cohen Camps campers in the past:

 

The following organizations also offer new camper funding:

 

Many of these organizations listed above also provide needs-based financial aid to help families pay for camp.

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Keep camp in the family! Enroll multiple children at this camp – or at any of the three Cohen Camps (Tel Noar, Tevya and Pembroke) – and save. Your first camper attends at regular tuition, and all your additional campers receive a reduced rate: $200 off one session or $350 off the full season.

Please note: only one discount per child, so first-time siblings will receive the higher First-Time Camper Welcome Grant, and then the Sibling Discount when applicable in subsequent years.

As a returning camper, you can sign up in the fall at Early Bird tuition rates and priority placement before we open enrollment to new families. The deadline is FIRM, so please apply quickly!

Families who complete the application process and pay their tuition in full by cash, eCheck, or mailed check no later than the date indicated above will receive an additional discount towards the tuition of each camper of $125 off First or Second Session or $200 off the Full Season. Taste of Pembroke campers may enjoy $75 off.

Currently-enrolled camper families, please invite your friends to join the Cohen Camps family. They’ll get a First-Time Camper Grant–and you’ll get a $150 Referral Thank You at the end of their first camp session! Refer a Friend here.

The Cohen Camps offer partial scholarships to families based on financial need. We believe that the Jewish summer camp experience should be available for every Jewish child, regardless of ability to pay. We allocate tuition assistance using a fee scale based on family size, income, and expenses, and require a current tax return. Families must reapply for assistance each year.

Please contact the Cohen Camps office at 781.489.2070 for information, forms, requirements and deadlines.

Questions? Let us help!

Please call the office at 781.489.2070.