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2014 Camp Fees

The fee for the one-month session of Yeshivas HaKayitz or Teen Kollel is $2,310.

The fee for a Counselor-In-Training (entering 11th grade) is $1,730.

Laundry Service Fee $40.00

Early Bird Discount $200 For applications recieved by January 1, 2014


Financial Assistance

Please remember that Yeshivas HaKayitz is a non-profit camp. Despite increasing costs, fees are kept at the lowest possible rate. Partial scholarships are available to those who demonstrate a need. Please fill out the financial assistance form, which can be found below and pay the $250 deposit when the application is submitted. After you receive an adjusted statement, you will be contacted to set up a balance payment schedule.

Only upon completion of a financial aid arrangement, will your application be considered and a space reserved for your son. Please feel to call Rabbi Polstein to discuss any financial matters. In the event that we can’t meet your financial need, your deposit will be returned.

Click here to download Financial Assistance Form


Hebrew Theological College invites all present and former talmidim and parents to join us for lively dancing and refreshments at our Simchas Torah celebration in West Rogers Park at the Bernard Horwich JCC on September 26, at 10:00 PM.

You can even join us after hakofos have concluded in your shul.

See you soon! 

Rabbi Isenberg for webOn August 31, 2013, Rabbi Dr. Jerold Isenberg, retired from his position as Chancellor of Hebrew Theological College.

Rabbi Isenberg's illustrious career at HTC began as a 9th grade student in 1967. After high school graduation, he continued at HTC, earning a Bachelor's Degree and Rabbinic Ordination as well as a Doctorate from the Jewish University of America. Additionally, he earned a BSc. in Mathematics from Roosevelt University, an MSc. in Mathematics from Northeastern Illinois University and an MBA from Roosevelt University.

Rabbi Isenberg's professional career at HTC, began in 1974 when he was hired as an instructor in Mathematics. He quickly moved up through the administrative ranks, serving as Assistant to the Dean in 1977, and in 1985, as Dean and Vice President for Academic Affairs. Rabbi Isenberg became the CEO-Acting President of HTC in 1989 and in 1994 he was appointed to the position of Chancellor.

Rabbi Isenberg will continue to serve as a consultant to provide guidance and leadership to the Interim CEO, Rabbi Shmuel Schuman and Chief of Staff, Mrs. Cheryl Karp. He will also continue as a Professor at HTC, teaching in the college program.

HTC thanks Rabbi Isenberg for his decades of devotion to our Yeshiva. We wish him the best of hatzlacha and mazal in the next stage of his life and beyond. At this time, HTC is also proud to announce that Rabbi Dr. Jerold Isenberg will be the Guest of Honor at our 91st Annual Banquet on January 5th, 2014

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