Camp Ruach

Cara Beim,
Camp Director

Camp Ruach is a modern orthodox day camp with a well-rounded program.

Entering its 7th amazing summer, Camp Ruach hosts over 350 campers over a full 8 weeks. Our program provides campers with a wide range of activities designed to offer every child unique experiences they will remember.

Located on the Katz Hillel Day School of Boca Raton Campus, 3 separate divisions enjoy all that the campus has to offer. The Early Childhood Division includes campers from 2 years old through Kindergarten. The Senior Girls and Boys Divisions are for campers entering 1st through 6th grade and run separate activities throughout the day. The Senior Division goes on two field trips a week as well!

All campers will enjoy both educational and fun activities. Some of the fan favorites include Parsha Art, Zumba, Cooking, Mac Lab (computers), Music, Science, and Photography, to name a few.

Our sports program is second to none! Sports include skill development with specialized staff and games cultivated for every skill level. Nearly every day, children will participate in one of the following: Soccer, Basketball, Karate, Gymnastics, Flag Football, Kickball or FitRX training.

One of the highlights of every summer is Color War, where children compete in a myriad of events over the course of two days!

Every day begins with spirited davening and Torah learning, filled with singing and kavana, in a manner befitting each age group.

From exciting field trips to daily fun activities, Camp Ruach has something for everyone!

For more information about Camp Ruach please contact Camp Director Cara Beim at


Click here to apply as a Camp Ruach staff member.

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All campers must receive all required Florida State immunizations.  Religious exemptions will not be accepted; rare medical exemptions are acceptable, subject to Florida Law and upon approval of Katz Hillel Day School/ Camp Ruach. Kindly upload your child(ren)’s medical & immunization records, below: *

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