2021 Session Dates
Full Session: June 24, 2021 – August 18, 2021
First Session: June 24, 2021 – July 21, 2021
Second Session: July 22, 2021 – August 18, 2021
Brown Ledge sessions always start on a Thursday and end on a Wednesday.
Junior Counselor Clinic is June 22 -June 23, 2021
2021 Tuition - Tiered Pricing
Explanation of Tiers:
Tier A – This tier most accurately reflects the true cost of a Brown Ledge summer for each camper. If every family chose this rate for their daughter, the camp would be able to fully cover its yearly operating and capital expenses without additional fundraising.
Tier B – Brown Ledge Camp has historically offered low tuition as compared to similar overnight camp programs. We hope that families will find that this subsidized rate most accurately reflects our traditional tuition model which acknowledges that additional fundraising is needed to cover the cost of the program.
Tier C – This subsidized rate is available so that as many families as possible have access to a Brown Ledge experience.
Tier D – Request Financial Aid Information. See the Financial Aid Tab for more information.
2021 Tiered Tuition Amounts:
|Full Season – 8 Weeks||One Session – 4 Weeks|
|MPB Scholarship||Request Financial Aid||Request Financial Aid|
Your tuition choice is completely confidential, and will not affect your camper’s experience or acceptance into the program.
Our fee structure encourages the full eight-week program, charging proportionately less to enable more parents to afford the full summer experience for their children.
Philosophy of Tiered Pricing
From the Brown Ledge Foundation’s Board of Directors:
Brown Ledge Camp would like to announce a new approach to pricing for camp. It is based on our strong belief that camp should be financially accessible to all families. The Brown Ledge Camp experience exists to develop community, responsibility and achievement through self-directed participation in our high-quality summer program. We are excited to introduce a new pricing model that aligns with our philosophy of self-direction. Every family now has the opportunity to choose their role in supporting the true cost of a Brown Ledge experience.
Tier A: This tier most accurately reflects the true cost of a Brown Ledge summer for each camper. If every family chose this rate for their daughter, the camp would be able to fully cover its yearly operating and capital expenses without additional fundraising.
Tier B: Brown Ledge Camp has historically offered low tuition as compared to similar overnight camp programs. We hope that families will find that this subsidized rate most accurately reflects our traditional tuition model which acknowledges that additional fundraising is needed to cover the cost of the program.
Tier C: So that as many families as possible have access to a Brown Ledge experience, this rate is more robustly supported by our fundraising efforts.
In the event that you require additional financial assistance, we encourage you to learn more about our scholarship program. As a charitable, non-profit organization, Brown Ledge strives to ensure access to our camp, regardless of a family’s ability to pay.
Your tuition choice is completely confidential, and will not affect your camper’s experience or acceptance into the program. Brown Ledge Camp will continue to provide our top-notch program to every camper. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact Abby or Taran; [email protected] or [email protected]; 802-862-2442.
Thank you to our entire Brown Ledge community for your continued generosity. Your ongoing support allows Brown Ledge to remain accessible to all families.
The Brown Ledge Foundation Board of Directors
Eligibility for Enrollment and How to Enroll
Brown Ledge Camp is a summer camp for girls. In order to attend, girls must be physically and emotionally prepared to fully participate in our program. Due to our program’s emphasis on independence and free choice, a camper must complete 4th grade before her first summer and be able to self-regulate appropriately for her age. Brown Ledge serves girls who meet the criteria for admission regardless of race, ethnicity, disability, religion, sexual orientation, national origin, or transgender status.
Camper age ranges from 9-15 years old. If your daughter is 16 and wishes to attend camp, please email [email protected] before enrolling.
To be eligible for the Junior Counselor program, an applicant must have completed the 10th grade, attended camp as a camper for at least one summer, and be invited to the program by the directors.
How to Enroll
To enroll, please follow the steps below.
- All enrollment for 2021 will be online, available at https://brownledge.org/enroll/
- The $500 deposit may be paid by credit card online at the time that you submit your registration. There will be a 3% fee for using a credit card. If you plan to apply for financial aid, the deposit is reduced to $50.
- If you do not wish to use your credit card online but would like to use your credit card by phone for the deposit, please submit your registration information online (click ‘pay by check’ on the registration form) and then email Taran Catania, Director of Operations at [email protected].
- If you wish to pay the deposit by check, please use the online registration form, click ‘pay by check,’ and then mail your deposit to 1 Mill St, Suite 216, Burlington, VT 05401, payable to Brown Ledge Camp for $500.
Brown Ledge is committed to ensuring that the summer camp experience is available to all girls regardless of socio-economic circumstances.
The Marjorie P. Brown Scholarship is funded by our generous families, alumnae and friends of BLC. Scholarships are awarded on a need-basis and may fund a portion or the entire tuition depending on the family’s circumstances. Scholarship support is extended to families who demonstrate financial need. In addition, a camper who receives aid should meet at least one of the following criteria:
- Enhance the social diversity of the camp community, and/or
- Increase the population of campers from local towns of Vermont, and/or
- Extend the camp participation of an alumni family.
Both campers and Junior Counselors are eligible for the MPB Scholarship. We are proud to report that the MPB Scholarship has awarded over $130,000 annually in financial aid for the last five years.
Scholarship applications are available in November and are due to the Scholarship Committee on, or before, December 15, 2020.
To automatically receive the application, click “yes” to the financial aid question on the registration form. Or go to www.mytads.com, create a new account and search for Brown Ledge via State: Vermont, City: Burlington, “School Year”: 20-21.
To learn more about the MPB scholarship, please call 1-802-862-2442 or email [email protected]
If you are interested in supporting the MPB Scholarship, please call 1-802-862-2442 or email [email protected]
Brown Ledge Camp Enrollment
Enrollment is open for 2021