Session Dates for Camp Raanana 2024 are as follows:

Session 1: June 24 – June 28th

Wacky Wednesday is Summer Carnival Day!

Session 2: July 1st – July 3rd (Pro Rated)

Wacky Wednesday is Adventurers and Explorers Day!

Session 3: July 8th – July 12th

Wacky Wednesday is Team Spirit Day!

Session 4: July 15th – July 19th

Wacky Wednesday is Spot the Difference Day!

Session 5: July 22nd – July 26th

Wacky Wednesday is Mismatch/Backwards Day!

Session 6: July 29th – August 2nd 

Wacky Wednesday is Crazy Hat Day!

Session 7: August 5th – August 9th

Wacky Wednesday is Once Upon a Time Day!

Session 8: August 12th – August 16th

Wacky Wednesday is Home is Around the World Day!

Session 9: August 19th – August 23rd (at the JCC)

Wacky Wednesday is Dream It, Build It Day!


EARLY BIRD REGISTRATION:  Community Early Bird registration opens Sunday, February 4th and goes until Friday, March 1st.

Session Rates

Early Bird Member Rate: $375

Early Bird Non-Member Rate: $415

Standard Member Rate: $400

Standard Non-Member Rate: $440

*Session 2 Pro-Rated

*Early Bird Registration discounts do not apply Pre & Post Camp.

*Please note that after Wednesday, May 1st any cancelled sessions will only refund 75% of total registration cost.

*Please note that after Sunday, June 2nd any cancelled sessions will only refund 50% of total registration cost.

*Please note that Cancellation Requests submitted within a week of the session start date (i.e. session 1 cancellations submitted Monday June 17th or later, when session 1 starts Monday June 24th) will not be refunded.


Camp Scholarships Available
The Jewish Federation of Greater Ann Arbor is committed to providing children, teens, and their families with the opportunity to experience the transformative power of Jewish summer camp. Through our needs-based camp scholarship fund administered by Jewish Family Services, Washtenaw County families can apply for financial assistance to attend Jewish day and overnight camps. Deadline for application is April 1. For questions, contact Jacob Singer at JFS.

Click HERE to visit the Jewish Federation’s Camp Scholarships Page!

One Happy Camper

The Federation is proud to partner with the Foundation for Jewish Camp’s One Happy Camper Program.

This program offers grants of up to $1000 for first-time overnight campers at Jewish camps.

Apply NOW for $1,000 off your first time at Jewish Overnight Camp!


*You must be registered for camp with a paid deposit before you can apply for financial aid.

We are committed to making sure that the JCC’s programs are available to all members of the community. The JCC has scholarship assistance available to help offset the costs of Camp.  Our agency partners with FACTS Grant & Aid Assessment in order to maintain objectivity and confidentiality throughout the financial aid process.  Families interested in financial aid for the 2019 summer should complete an online application, and submit the necessary supporting documentation at no later than April 1.

Note: in some cases, such as families from overseas or those receiving subsidies or scholarships from other sources, additional documentation may be requested.  See below for more information.

Criteria for awarding scholarships for Early Childhood and/or Camp

  • The JCC uses the Federal Poverty Guidelines and Federal Poverty Level (FPL), updated each year, as the baseline for determining financial aid. Applicant AGI (Adjusted Gross Income) must be at or below 250% FPL to qualify, although we will take extenuating circumstances into account.
  • The guidelines for awards are as follows:
    • AGI at 200-250% FPL = 10% discount
    • AGI at 150-200% FPL = 15% discount
    • AGI below 150% FPL = 20% discount
  • The goal of the financial aid policy is to provide aid to all applicants with demonstrated need. Therefore, these percentages will be adjusted, as needed, so the total value of scholarships fits within the funds available for scholarships. If the total is x% higher than the available funds, scholarships will reduced by the same x% across the board.

Required Documentation

  • Federal Tax Returns: All signed copies of the most recent Federal Tax returns and attached schedules are acceptable.
  • Foreign Tax Returns: If you or your spouse filed a foreign tax return you must submit a signed copy of the most recent returns.
  • Documentation of any other sources of financial assistance. (for example: a statement from the University of Michigan financial aid office with the amount of any childcare subsidy awarded, documentation of a Jewish Family Services camp scholarship.)

For all questions pertaining to registration, please contact Marlowe Susselman and/or Christian May at  [email protected]