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Yes. We make every effort to grant grouping requests.
Yes, many families enroll their children for multiple sessions. The schedules vary from session to session to ensure that returning campers are engaged.
We try to send enrollment notices 1 to 3 days after we receive an application.
No, we do not offer a one week enrollment option.
In the payment section of the camper application, you will see several payment options. All balances must be paid by April 1.
Yes, please email (email@example.com) or call/message (650 291 2888) if your child will be absent. Thank you.
No. All activities take place on site.
Yes, extended care is available every day and can be used on an “as-needed basis”. You do not need to make arrangements ahead of time to use it. AM Care begins at 8a and PM care runs until 5p. Extended care is $18/hr or any portion of an hour.
To request a scholarship, families must first complete a camper application including selection of preferred session of enrollment. Families must also complete a scholarship application. Both the camper and scholarship application are done online. If you are requesting a scholarship, you will have the option to select “scholarship” in the payment section. You will then be directed to the scholarship application. Scholarship requests will be reviewed only after both camper and scholarship applications have been completed and submitted.
We encourage all campers to be vaccinated against covid, but we do not require it.
Enrollment will open January 4th. To enroll, please click on the enroll now link at the top of any page of our website.
Our counselor to camper ratio is 1:7. For our youngest campers (4 and 5 year olds) it is 1:5.
Our FEIN is 94-3200884. A receipt with our FEIN can be accessed from your Jefunira Camp account.
A service fee of $100.00 per session will be charged for applications withdrawn before March 31. No refunds will be granted after March 31.
Campers are grouped by grade level with each group consisting of two grade levels. Children entering 1st and 2nd grade are grouped together, children entering 3rd and 4th grade are grouped together and children entering 5th and 6th grade are grouped together.