For 100 years Camp Jeanne d’Arc has been a place for girls from around the world to gather and share their ‘loving hertes.’ With faith, endurance, courage, and confidence; campers learn to engage different viewpoints, cultural practices, and even languages in order to work cooperatively in the camp environment. Through this experience, campers gain a greater understanding of the world and others, opening their hearts and minds to love and acceptance without limitation.
We value each and every camper’s experience. As an “all-girls” camp we have the training to support those campers who choose the pronouns she/her, they/them, and/or ze/zir. If you want to attend CJDA, and do not see yourself represented in this statement, we request that you reach out to the Camp Directors to talk more in-depth about your personal situation.