Dates & Rates
All camp fees must be paid in full by March 1, 2023. Tuition is non-refundable after this date, except due to illness as indicated by a doctor’s note.
If camp is forced to cancel in Summer 2023 due to COVID-19, all fees (including deposit) will be refunded.
The deposit is fully refundable until January 1, 2023 (or 30 days after registering for camp, whichever is later). Deposits are non refundable after this time. Families applying for Financial Aid will have the opportunity to decline their offer of assistance and have their deposit refunded.
After January 1st, 2023 and prior to March 1st, 2023, families who cancel will receive a refund of all monies paid over the deposit amount. Tuition is non-refundable after March 1st, 2023, unless previous arrangements have been made with the Camp Director.
Families making payments by credit card will receive a 3% surcharge and families making payments by eCheck will receive a 0.5% surcharge to offset the fees charged by the bank to process each credit card transaction. This fee does not apply to those paying by check, cash, or debit card.
Families registering online have four payment options:
- Monthly Payment Plan (credit/debit or eCheck) – Starting the month of registration through March 1, 2023
- Pay in Full on March 1 – The full balance will be charged to your card/bank account on March 1, 2023
- Send me an Invoice – Make payments on your own timeline, but no later than March 1, 2023
- Create a customized payment plan – Contact our office
$1000 per session, per camper ($500 for a Rookie Session) is due at the time of application. This deposit must be received for your camper to be enrolled in the session. Families applying for Financial Aid will be offered a reduced deposit of $250 per session, per camper.
Perlman Camp reserves the option to charge a mandatory COVID-19 Fee should it be necessary in order to cover costs associated with running camp in the current environment.
All program and facility offerings for Perlman Camp, will at all times remain subject to change as required by applicable federal, state, and local law, including but not limited to, any COVID-19 related regulations.