Camp Louemma offers 2 sessions, each lasting 3 weeks. Our flexible session choices are designed to accomodate the needs of working parents, busy families and first time campers. Your child may attend 1 or both sessions. To locate the Camper Application form and for dates and registration rates, please click on the Forms link above.
Camp Louemma begins accepting camper applications during the month of July for the following summer season. Boys and Girls ages 7-14 may enroll in our general camper program. The Lower Division is for boys and girls ages 7-12. The Senior Division (Teens) is for boys and girls ages 13-14. For our Camper Worker program, please see details below.
Rates and Fees
For the most current rates and fees, please download the Camper Application form on the Forms page.
If you wish to take advantage of our Earlybird rates for 2014, you must:
- Enroll your child by December 1, 2013
- Pay one half of the entire amount due by December 1, 2013
- Pay balance of tuition by April 1, 2014.
If payments are not made by specified dates, regular rates will apply.
Thanks to the generosity of our benefactors, supporters, alumni and friends we are able to offer tuition assistance in the form of scholarship to those with true demonstrated need. Those who are requesting scholarship assistance MUST complete the Scholarship Application Form. Please remember to sign the form. All information requested must be supplied in order for us to process your application. A separate form must be completed for each child attending camp. Please also submit a copy of your 1040 Tax Return Form from last year. It is suggested that you apply early if you are requesting scholarship as monies that are allocated for tuition assistance are limited.
Note: All scholarships awarded are credited toward the tuition of the camper’s final session at camp. If a camper leaves early, scholarships are not pro rated.
Camper Worker Program
This program is available to a select, limited number of exemplary campers who are 15 years of age. These campers will generally be required to work in the kitchen/dining room as waiters and waitresses for 6-8 hours per day every other day.(Approximately 2 hours or so per meal).
At times, they may be asked to help out in other areas of camp. When not working, they will be part of our general camper program in the Senior Division. Please note that we do not consider Camper Workers to be staff members. While they will not be paid and they will not have "days off" or "nights off" as do staff members, they will enjoy special privileges not offered to the general camp population.