* Listings with an asterisk are part of the JUF/JF partnership of agencies serving the Chicago and worldwide Jewish community.

Yeshivas Hakayitz Summer Camp *

Hebrew Theological College
7135 N. Carpenter Road
Skokie, IL 60077
Phone: (847) 982-2500 , (847) 323-0203
Fax: (847) 674-6381
Email: yhk@htc.edu
Web: http://www.yhk.htc.edu
Contact: Rabbi Yosef Polstein

An alternative residential camping experience located on the suburban campus of Hebrew Theological College in Skokie. Open to boys grade 6th through 11th. The 200 campers and staff represent 50 communities worldwide. This offers a world-class and very unique experience for boys who are eager to have fun, play sports, make friends, and who have lots of ruach. Mornings are dedicated to Torah study with instruction conducted on several levels regardless of background. Afternoons are league sports and bunk activities. Evenings are trips to best of Chicago's attractions. The four-week camp runs the month of July. Scholarships are available.


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