Camp Solomon Schechter is a beautiful, happy place. It is a place our children go to learn, to grow, to try new things, to become independent, and to meet other Jewish children and live a Jewish life. We foster and encourage habits such as tikkun olam
I am always amazed to see how well the goals of camp are met each summer. The transformation for a camper from the first day of camp to the last is so clear! Camp Solomon Schechter teaches young Jews of all backgrounds the skills for living Jewishly.
Many Schechter campers start a countdown to return to camp on the day return home. So it’s no surprise that our campers show up screaming and bouncing in their seats as the buses pull up to the Big Leaf Maple.
While we know you all love matzo and the significance it holds for us over the 10-days of Pesach, we also realize it's easy to run out of creative ways of incorporating these unleavened crackers into our daily meal routines.
We are thrilled to introduce our Judaics supervisor for the upcoming summer, Gabriel Guevara! Gabe comes to us from Walnut Creek, CA, where he works as a music and religious school teacher. Gabe loves playing viola
We are happy to introduce our new shlicha (Israeli emissary), Chen Midany, to the entire Schechter community! Chen will be joining us at camp this summer to share her love of Israel and Hebrew. She is also working year round in
Camp is off to an incredible start. Aleph and Oded campers have already settled in and filled the chadar (dining hall) with ruach (spirit), and everyone is excitedly anticipating the arrival of our Echad campers later today.