Our summer home is Monterey Bay Academy (MBA), a boarding school located on the shores of the Pacific Ocean in Northern California. MBA’s 380-acre campus has its own one-mile stretch of private beach that offers a picturesque setting for the ultimate camper experience.
Facilities at MBA include:
The campus is located between Santa Cruz (10 miles away) and Monterey (20 miles away).
Campers are grouped into “halls” based on age and gender. These halls become the home base and core group for campers during the session (similar to a bunk or cabin at traditional camp). Counselors live on each hall to supervise, mentor and engage their campers throughout the day, both when they are in the dorm and when they are at activities.
All campers are assigned to rooms of two, three or four, depending on the room configuration of each dorm, and camper requests. Male and female campers live on separate floors.
Campers clean their personal living space, with the help of their counselors, each morning. Professional cleaning crews will clean public areas (such as bathrooms and hallways) on a regular basis throughout the week. Laundry service is provided once in the middle of each two week session (and again during inter-sessions for campers staying multiple sessions).
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Camp Ramah in Northern California operates under the educational guidance of the National Ramah Commission and is supported by an accelerator grant from the Foundation for Jewish Camp and the Avi Chai Foundation. Camp Ramah in Northern California also receives financial support from the Jewish Community Federation and Endowment Fund. Camp Ramah in Northern California is a proud partner of the Ziegler School of Rabbinic Studies.