ENTERING GRADE 7
Solelim campers choose a specialty workshop – like woodworking, boating, art, music or basketball – and dive deep.
Friendships also deepen through athletic competitions with other eidot (divisions), Shabbat celebrations, and of course performing their own Broadway musical for the entire camp. It’s a full summer in every sense.
Spending the full eight weeks at camp gives Solelim campers so many opportunities to fully experience the fun of camp. With camp-wide events such as the Zimriyah music festival and Rikudiyah dance festival, not to mention Yom Sport! Campers have more time in their activities to truly specialize, rather than just getting a taste of the fun.
2024 Dates & Rate
|June 17 - August 8||$10,500|
Rates do not include transportation fees.
For 75 summers the hallmark of Camp Ramah in Wisconsin has been an 8-week session. This full season experience continues to provide unparalleled opportunities for individual growth, group bonding, and identity formation. For campers who are unable to attend the full season session at Camp Ramah in Wisconsin for school or other factors, they will be eligible for a prorated tuition discount of $500 per week missed.
Campers who attend Camp Ramah in Wisconsin for the full summer season will be eligible:
- $1,500 off first full-season summer
- $500 off second full-season summer
Sample Solelim Schedule
|7:30 am||Kima (Wake-Up)|
|8:00 am||Aruchat Boker (Breakfast)|
|8:45 am||Tefillot (Prayers)|
|9:15 am||Nikayon (Cabin Cleaning)|
|10:00 am||Chug (Elective)|
|10:50 am||Chug (Elective)|
|12:00 pm||Play Practice (Solelim)|
|12:50 pm||Peulat Tzrif (Cabin Activity)|
|1:30 pm||Aruchat Tzharayim (Lunch)|
|2:00 pm||Sha’at Menucha (Rest Hour)|
|3:00 pm||Chug (Elective)|
|4:00 pm||Schiya (Swimming)|
|5:00 pm||Hinuch - Tarbut Yisrael/Yahadut (Israel Activity/Jewish Studies)|
|6:00 pm||Free Time|
|7:00 pm||Aruchat Erev (Dinner)|
|8:00 pm||Peulat Erev (Evening Activity)|
|9:00 pm||Laila Tov (Goodnight)|