Check back soon for Summer 2018 registration information!


First-time campers! You may be eligible to receive up to $1,000 from the Foundation for Jewish Camp’s One Happy Camper incentive program.

Summer 2018 Dates & Rates


Now Available: 2018 Dates – 2018 tuition will be posted in September 2017

Opening Day Closing Day Fee
Session 1 June 26 July 8 TBD
Intersession A July 8 July 10 TBD
Session 2 July 10 July 22 TBD
Intersession B July 22 July 24 TBD
Session 3 July 24 August 5 TBD


Camp Tuition includes:

  • all camp activities and programs
  • camp t-shirts and gear
  • off-camp field trips and meals
  • room and board
  • laundry service
  • transportation to and from the airport (if arriving by plane)

*We will make individual arrangements with campers arriving from the west coast or overseas based on realistic timing of available flights.

Tuition Discounts

Multi-Session Discount: Register for more than one session, and receive $400 off each additional session.

Sibling Discount: Each additional child from your family who registers for camp gets $100 off the cost of tuition.

Incentives and Financial Aid

Please visit our Incentives and Financial Aid page for the most up-to-date information on current discounts and need-based aid.

Please visit our Israel Incentives and Financial Aid page for scholarship information for Sci-Tech Israel.

Intersession Options

During the days in between each session, we have an exciting program planned for your camper. Our campers will have an opportunity to go on a trip outside of camp, which may be to a museum, amusement park or other local attraction. They will have an opportunity to play sports and participate in some science projects or continue to work on projects from the prior session. 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 be enrolled in the intersession. For campers, two weeks is often just enough time to adjust to the camp environment, and remaining on camp with fellow campers and counselors continues to enhance their camp experience. Families have two options for campers during intersession:

Option 1: Your camper participates in all intersession activities, including trips, sports, science projects, art projects, etc. Your camper will receive the same level of supervision that they receive throughout the session from our caring and warm counselors. 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. Please do not arrive earlier as we will be saying goodbye to our first and second session campers. At 12 PM 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 need not register for intersession.

Trip Day Camper Spending Money

During the session, our campers visit cutting edge science and tech centers in Boston, while also enjoying some time at the Boston Science Museum. During the intersession, our campers who are staying two or more sessions go on a field trip as well to experience some fun at a local attraction or museum.

Your tuition invoice will include $25 in spending money per session that will be given to your child on trip day. This will appear on your invoice as “trip day camper cash”. We know that campers enjoy purchasing small souvenirs, a gift, or even a special snack while out of camp, so this amount will be given to them in cash. Your camp fees cover the costs of all admissions to the locations we visit and all meals will be provided on these trips. Your camper will receive this money on trip day, so please do not send any money to camp, as he/she will not need it and $25 is more than enough for Trip Day

Terms and Conditions

The below Terms and Conditions are acknowledged and agreed to by and between the Union for Reform Judaism’s (URJ) 6 Points Sci-Tech Academy (hereafter referred to as “Camp”) and the undersigned parent or guardian (referred to herein as “parent”, “guardian”, “I” or “me”) on behalf of Parent or Guardian’s child (hereafter “Camper”) and represent the expectations and agreements in order to be eligible for acceptance to Camp:

  • Requirements for Acceptance to Session at Camp
  • Deposit and Family’s Payment Agreement
  • Refund of Payment Policies
  • Program Coverage
  • Camper’s Participation and Camp Program Expectations
  • Parent/Guardian Authorizations
  • Recording Release
  • Indemnification

In the mutual interests of the Camp, the Camper, and for the well-being of all campers at the Camp, I understand that Camper must respect and observe the rules, regulations and policies of the Camp, which have been developed for the benefit of all campers including Camper to strengthen the Camp program and enhance the experience for all campers. In particular, as parent/guardian of Camper, I agree to the implementation and enforcement of the following rules, regulations and policies at Camp for the 2016 summer camping season, and which are part of this Agreement, and have reviewed these rules, regulations and policies with Camper:

Requirements for Acceptance to Session at Camp:

  • I agree that Camper’s acceptance into a session at Camp is not confirmed until explicit written verification is received from the Camp, which notice will usually come from Camp via email to the email address established by me in my application.
  • I understand that this application is accepted subject to a physical examination of Camper by a physician and the completion (and timely submission) of all necessary forms (medical, Camper Info, etc.) in accordance with Camp policy.
  • I understand that the URJ, its camping system, and the Camp consider Camp safety and public health matters of utmost importance.  The vaccination of all members of the camp community ranks as a key component in maintaining a safe environment and in decreasing the risk of transmission of contagious illness. Accordingly, Camp and the URJ Camping system requires that any member of the camp community in residence receive up-to-date, age appropriate immunizations. The complete list of required immunizations and exemptions can be found on the camp’s Health Forms.
  • I agree to provide proof of medical insurance covering Camper prior to the beginning of the camp season.  Medical insurance for Camper can be purchased for the period at Camp through the Camp insurance company. (Please contact your camp office for more information.)

Deposit and Family’s Payment Agreement:

  • I agree to submit a $500 per Camper/per session non-refundable deposit (subject to the stated refund policy) in order to have Camper’s application processed. For those registering after April 1st, $1500 is due at the time of registration.
  • Payment will be made in accordance with the billing preference chosen. Statements will be emailed one week prior to the due date of payment. All payments are due on April 1, 2016.  For applications received following April 1st, a $1500 deposit is due at the time of registration and full payment is due within two weeks of registration up through May 15th. Any applications received after May 15th, will be required to pay in full at the time of registration.
  • I agree that a cancellation fee of $500 per Camper/per session will be applied prior to the pay-in-full date. Refunds will not be given following the April 1st pay-in-full date, unless a replacement is found. Additional terms will apply for refunds.

Refund of Payment Policies:

  • Full refunds will be given (without penalty) for campers on a “Waiting List” (those not able to be placed in their desired session at Camp) if at any time they choose to be removed from the list or are ultimately unable to be placed.
  • Should Camper be withdrawn from Camp for treatment of an illness contracted at Camp or for any accident while Camper is living at Camp, a refund on a pro-rated basis will be made for the period of the Camper’s departure from Camp.
  • Refunds will not be made if Camper has attended any portion of the session at Camp. This covers all circumstances (barring the exception above), including, but not limited to:
    • Camper’s homesickness
    • Camper’s refusal or inability to participate in the normal activities at Camp
    • Camper’s violation of any rules, regulations or policies at Camp for which Camper has been provided notice, and as described below in “Camper’s Participation and Camp Program Expectations” section.

Program Coverage:

  • I understand that the Camp insurance will, for Camp’s non-negligent accident occurrences, cover all the costs above and beyond those reimbursements made by Camper’s family’s insurance plan up to a maximum of $5000. All Camper’s non-accident health-care requirements which are not Camp-related will be at Camper’s family’s expense. A copy of the insurance settlement must be submitted with all claims for reimbursement. I hereby waive any and all claims for medical expenses for Camp’s non-negligent accident over and above that set forth in this paragraph.

Camper’s Participation and Camp Program Expectations:

  • I agree to have Camper in attendance at Camp on-time and for the full extent of Camper’s scheduled session. Accommodations for late arrival, early departure and/or excused absence must be made in writing in advance of the scheduled session, when possible, and will only be granted then, or otherwise when possible, with written permission of the Camp.
  • I understand that I as parent or guardian am responsible for all transportation to and from Camp.  Please refer to the Family Handbook for further travel instructions.
  • I hereby give permission and acknowledge the expectation for Camper to engage in all activities (except as noted on the Health Form and acknowledged by Camp).
  • I agree that all policies regarding the use of technology, cellular/mobile telephones and other related items will be enforced. For more details, please refer to the Camp’s Family Handbook.
  • I agree that the Camp’s Director reserves the right to dismiss Camper without refund should Camper be found by Camp to:I will abide by and support all Camp rules, regulations and policies included in the Camp’s “Family Handbook”.
    • disregard Camp rules or endanger Camper’s, other campers’ or other persons’ safety or well-being at Camp including, for example, counselors or other staff;
    • harm himself/herself or other members of the Camp community;
    • destroy Camp property or the property of another member of the Camp community such as counselors or other staff;
    • require consistent one-on-one supervision or supervision beyond the level that can reasonably be provided by the Camp or its staff;
    • fail to meet the character and integrity requirements of Camp;
    • violate any rule, regulation  or policy that  Camp may have in effect during the session at Camp.

Parent/Guardian Authorizations:

  • Camper’s parent/guardian gives permission to Camp to provide routine health care, and seek emergency medical treatment including but not limited to ordering x-rays and routine tests. Camper’s parent or guardian gives permission for Camp to release any of Camper’s and Camper’s parent or guardian’s records necessary for insurance purposes.
  • In case of Camper’s medical emergency, the parent/guardian hereby give permission to the physician selected by the Camp  to hospitalize, secure proper treatment for, and to order injection, anesthesia or surgery for Camper, as named above. Every effort will be made by the Camp to immediately contact Camper’s parent or guardian in the event of any such emergency. Information may be printed/photocopied for access in an emergency involving Camper.
  • I authorize the Camp medical staff to administer over- the- counter medications—medicines prescribed for Camper, including medications that Camper brings to Camp, those listed as medications Camper is currently taking, and medications needed in the care and treatment of Camper.
  • I authorize the use of Camper and parent/guardian name and program registration information for the purposes of sharing/verifying affiliation with reported URJ Congregation as well as in Camp Rosters.
  • I hereby give my permission for Camper to leave Camp grounds to participate in Camp programs.

Recording Release:

Parent/guardian herby consents to the recording use and reuse by the Camp, the URJ and URJ Partners and Affiliates (“Releasees”) of Camper’s Voice, actions, likeness, name, appearance and biographical material (i.e. collectively “likeness”) in any and all media now known or hereafter devised, worldwide in perpetuity. The parent/guardian agrees that Releasees may use all or any part of Camper Likeness, and may alter or modify it regardless of whether or not the Camper is recognizable. The parent/guardian further agrees that Camp exclusively owns the registration materials that parent/guardian has provided in connection with the summer session and any photos and video that the Camp will make of the Camper in connection with the camp program (the “Materials”) and all rights therein and thereto including, without limitation, the right to use the Materials and the Camper Likeness in any and all media now known or hereafter devised worldwide, in perpetuity.  The parent/guardian further agrees that Camp may use the Camper’s Likeness and the Materials in connection with any promotion, publicity, marketing or advertisement for the Camp the URJ and URJ Partners and affiliates. The parent/guardian releases and holds harmless Releasees from any and all liability arising out of the use of the Camper’s Likeness and/or the Materials. The parent/guardian agrees not to make any claim against the Releasees as a result of the recording or use of the Camper’s Likeness and/or the Materials (including, without limitation, any claim that such use invades any right of privacy and/or publicity).

For Parents/Guardians AND Campers:

  • I understand that Camp accepts no responsibility for loss or damage to Camper’s property (including clothing, equipment, personal effects or money) incurred during the session at Camp or while in transit. Camp highly recommends that audio equipment, computer games, money or items with significant material value or sentimental value not be brought to Camp. Although every effort is made to return lost or misplaced items, Camp cannot be held responsible for Camper’s misplaced, lost or stolen property.
  • In the mutual interests of the Camp, Camper and other campers, the undersigned parents and guardians of Camper herewith enrolled will respect and observe the rules, regulations and policies of Camp as laid out in this Agreement, the Camp’s Family Handbook, incorporated within this Agreement, and which rules, regulations and policies have been developed for the benefit of Camper and all campers at Camp. If for reasons of discipline Camper is sent home, Camp’s fee and tuition is forfeited.
  • I understand that Camp reserves the right to amend/update Rules and Polies as necessary as addendums to be included in the Family Handbook.

Indemnification: Except with the respect to the sole negligence of the URJ and its employees, the undersigned Camper and his/her parent/guardian (whoever is responsible for Camper) hereby release, discharge, and hold harmless Camp,  the URJ and their employees from any and all claims, lawsuits, or other legal causes of action, resulting from and/or relating to the Camper’s participation in a URJ Program, Camp, Camp events and programs, and  the Camper’s travel to and from Camp, such events and programs, and related  activities.


Background checks, healthcare policies as well as procedures for filing grievances may be acquired by contacting the camp office or referring to the Family Handbook.