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Explore local camps and schools



Explore local camps and schools

Photo courtesy of Camp Tel Noar


Camp JORI, located on 75 pristine acres in Wakefield, Rhode Island, is a coed Jewish overnight camp for children in kindergarten through grade 10. Our comprehensive and growing program of sports, arts, adventure and special activities is enhanced by our Jewish culture and strong sense of “TACEO”– Taking Care Of Each Other. Whether your child is a full summer camper or trying camp for the first time, we offer a wide variety of session options. Our Jump into JORI weekend program is perfect for new-to-camp kids who want a taste of life at JORI.

Our summer camp registration is currently open and we have a creative team planning many new and exciting things for summer 2022. Spots are limited – Visit our website to register for summer 2022 today.

Camp JORI is located at 1065 Wordens Pond Road, Wakefield, Rhode Island. Call 732-690-0034, visit, or email


Camp Yavneh welcomes and embraces Jews of all denominations. Yavneh is committed to creating an environment in which individuals’ identities will be safeguarded, but in which people will have the opportunity to engage, challenge and argue with each other. The Camp is committed to this ideal of interpersonal engagement, because through exposure and understanding people deepen their own self-understanding and connections to Jewish life and tradition through their appreciation of legitimate, alternative points of view.

Camp Yavneh is situated on 65 acres of woodlands and waterfront in southern New Hampshire, a short 90-minute drive from Boston. Our largest draw is in the New England states. We have quite a number from the New York/New Jersey area and the Baltimore/Washington area. In addition to those locations, we attract campers from many other states in the U.S. and some foreign countries. Now in its seventh decade, Yavneh integrates the traditional camp setting with a strong Judaic component. Many of our current Yavneh campers are second and third generation offspring whose parents or grandparents met at Yavneh.

Camp Yavneh is coed and for kids and teens ages 8-16. Activities include Hebrew and Judaic courses, sports, arts, nature, boating and swimming.

For more information, check our website, or email

Jewish sleepaway camps: Pembroke, Tel Noar and Tevya

At Camps Pembroke, Tel Noar, and Tevya – the three Cohen Camps – your child age 7-16 will find all the magic of a Jewish camp summer: deep friendships; water, field, and court sports; arts, dance, and theatre; spirited Shabbats; special camp traditions …and so much fun! In Summer 2022, we’ll offer much-needed opportunities to laugh, cheer, listen, hug, share, and flourish, building on our track record of rigorous care for health and safety.

Our camps help youth develop skills, confidence, maturity, and lifelong communities. Parents say their children “feel strong,” like they “belong to something,” and “come home more confident, having made lifelong friends, growing ‘Jewishly,’ and proud of who they are.” A 2021 parent said that at camp, “Our child was the happiest he’s been all year. Truly a gift and a shining light after a very challenging year.”

Like its campers, each Cohen Camp shines with its own personality: Camp Pembroke ( is just for girls, while Camp Tel Noar ( (smaller) and Camp Tevya ( (larger) are co-ed. All are kosher, family run since 1935, and ACA Accredited.

All first-time campers qualify for a Cohen Camps tuition discount. For younger first-timers, Camp Tel Noar offers 5-night mini-sessions and Camp Pembroke offers a 2-week mini-session. The camp directors offer tours all year and are always happy to speak with prospective families.

Learn “s’more” at 781-489-2070, or email


Epstein Hillel School (EHS), an independent Jewish day school north of Boston, offers an innovative and challenging duallanguage educational experience that fosters critical thinking, curiosity and creativity for students in kindergarten through eighth grade. Our teachers recognize and challenge students’ strengths, while developing their natural curiosity to help them reach their full potential.

EHS graduates are known for their academic achievement, confidence, intellect and leadership skills. For 66 years, EHS students have been heading out into the world with a love of learning and a desire to affect change. Year after year, our graduates report that attending EHS made a lifelong impact – educationally, professionally and personally.

We are proud not only of our resiliency and growth during this challenging time, but also of our ability to maintain a joyful and engaged community with strong connections between students, faculty, staff and, perhaps most importantly, our families.

EHS is located at Six Community Road, Marblehead. For more information, contact Mindee Greenberg at, or call 781-639-2880.


St. John’s Prep is more than just a school for boys. It’s a community that aims to educate young men to know good, be good, and stand for good in the world. Whether in sports, clubs, co-curriculars, or the classroom, we provide a space where our students can strive to be the best versions of themselves and discover the confidence they need to overcome challenges and follow their passions.

A Xaverian-sponsored school, St. John’s Prep welcomes young men of all faiths to embrace our values of humility, compassion, simplicity, trust, and zeal in an effort to promote human dignity, to act with compassion and integrity, to pursue justice and peace, and to live lives of service to society. With a diverse array of students from more than 90 communities, our campus offers a unique opportunity for students to achieve personal growth while creating a uniquely shared experience with others.

St. John’s Prep has 300 middle-school students and 1,200 high-school students with a 99 percent college matriculation rate.

To learn more about our school, contact the Office of Admission at 978- 624-1301, or explore St. John’s at

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