Virtual Camp FAQ’s
Our virtual camp program was created from the core mission of Ramah Sports Academy: to provide a premier sports program, empowering campers to achieve their greatest potential as confident athletes while building character and fostering a deep love for Judaism and Israel. Through our virtual programming, you will receive high caliber interpersonal programming, intensive sports training, and conditioning, and the experience of being part of a vibrant Jewish community focused on learning and living. We believe in, and have witnessed first hand, the positive impact that camp has on establishing friendships and developing and sustaining Jewish identity and our program will highlight these core values.
No! But we hope they will. The beauty of our online programming is that your camper is free to participate in the programs that appeal to them! We hope that your camper will choose to participate in much of the programming we offer and make the most of the opportunities provided through RSA’s virtual program.
Yes! This virtual experience is a great way for younger siblings and friends to get a taste of Ramah Sports Academy. Spread the word – campers entering 3rd- 11th grade are welcome to participate in the programs appropriate for their age. Parents will need to register them in advance.
Each program will be approximately 40 minutes long.
We are working with roshei eidah (unit heads), our experienced coaches, and returning tzevet (staff) members to help execute our programming. All programming will be overseen by members of our year-round team. All virtual programming staff were hired to work at camp this summer and have passed a background check.
There is no cost to join! Our virtual summer experiences will be offered at no cost to families. We hope that you and your campers enjoy these activities. If you are in a position to do so and feel that your children have benefited from our online programming, we encourage you to make a donation to Ramah Sports Academy.
We need this information to appropriately plan for all our activities. We also want to ensure that we are providing a safe and secure online community for our campers.
Ayala Wasser, Assistant Director