Inquire & Apply
Join us on Saturday, April 13 to get to know the Camp Dunnabeck program! Former campers will tell you about how Camp Dunnabeck helped improve their academic experience and the great fun they had. You’ll tour the campus and see where your camper will have one-to-one Orton-Gillingham tutoring and activities.
Date: Saturday, April 13, 2019. 10:00 a.m.
Register: Admissions@kildonan.org | (845) 373-2012
To apply, please send us the following information:
1. Completed Camp Dunnabeck Application. Download an Application (PDF)
2. Copy of the most recent educational and psychological testing. The Weschler Intelligence Test with subtest scores is required for all applicants.
3. Recent photograph of the applicant.
4. $30 application fee (non-refundable).
Once we receive all the admissions materials listed above, we will review the application to see if our program can meet your child’s needs.
If we see that our program meets your child’s needs, we request one of the following:
– An on-campus visit, or
– Skype meeting, or
– Attend an Open House
We will contact you as soon as possible to inform you if there is space for your child at Camp Dunnabeck.
Camp Dunnabeck at The Kildonan School admits students of any race, gender, creed, religion, sexual orientation, and national or ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges and activities generally accorded or made available to students at Camp Dunnabeck. The Camp does not discriminate in the administration of its policies, financial programs, educational and athletic programs based on race, gender, creed, religion, sexual orientation, and national or ethnic origin.
Half-day Camper: $6,000
Day Camper: $9,000
Boarding Camper: $12,000
Math Tutoring – 1:1 Math instruction, skills remediation (Space is limited)
½ hour daily math tutoring session: additional fee of $1,000
1 hour daily math tutoring session: additional fee of $2,000
Additional OG language training
½ hour daily additional Orton-Gillingham training: additional fee of $1,000
1 hour daily additional Orton-Gillingham training: additional fee of $2,000
Assistive Technology 1:1
½ hour daily AT session: additional fee of $1,000
1 hour daily AT session: additional fee of $2,000
The Financial Aid Committee will accept applications for financial aid anytime prior to the beginning of the Camp Dunnabeck summer session. Understand, however, that most of the financial aid available is awarded early, so the sooner the forms are completed and information is sent in, the better.
The Kildonan School / Camp Dunnabeck uses the School and Student Services (SSS) of the National Association of Independent Schools (NAIS), to collect basic financial information on income, assets, family size and the number of siblings in tuition-charging schools. A need analysis report is prepared by SSS which suggests the amount families can contribute for educational costs. Since not all families’ financial circumstances are equal, the Financial Aid Committee uses the SSS evaluation as a starting point for financial aid.
- The Kildonan School SSS Code # is 4382
Visit the following links to start your Parents’ Financial Statement (PFS):
- Download Financial Aid Checklist
Please feel free to contact The Admissions Office at (845) 373-2012 at any time during the financial aid application process.
In considering applications for financial assistance, the matter of divorce or separation of parents is a difficult one. We will consider the assets of both natural parents, if living, before making any award, and cannot be bound by the assertion that one parent has disclaimed responsibility of educational expense. If either parent has remarried, we will also consider the assets of the stepparent, always bearing in mind the obligation of that stepparent to his or her own natural children.
If the parents are divorced or separated, It is necessary that both natural parents and their current spouses, if any, fill out the Parents’ Financial Statement (PFS). The information provided will be kept in strictest confidence. It is the responsibility of the custodial parent to ask the noncustodial parent to fill out a PFS. If this information is not provided, the Financial Aid Committee will be unable to consider awarding a grant to the student. An extra form for the noncustodial parent may be obtained from the Admissions Office. Once the family’s contribution is determined, the Committee will award a grant if funds are available.