JCC Summer Camp

About CampLocated at both the Uptown and Metairie campuses, the JCC Summer Day Camp has enriched the lives of children for decades. We put the emphasis on fun, safety, and developing confidence.

At the JCC, there are endless opportunities for campers to explore their interests and make new friends. Campers swim every day and participate in a variety of indoor and outdoor activities led by specialists in music, art, drama, sports, and Israeli culture.

Our camp staff will ensure that your child has opportunities to explore his or her interests, discover new ones, and develop meaningful friendships. We look forward to sharing the summertime with you and your family.

2020 summer camp enrollment is closed.

Camp 2020 FAQS

2020 Camp Weeks

 

June 8 - 12 (Week 1) CANCELED

June 15 - 19 (Week 2)

June 22 - 26 (Week 3)

June 29 - July 2 (Week 4)

July 6 - 10 (Week 5)

July 13 - 17 (Week 6)

July 20 - 24 (Week 7)

July 27 - 31 (Week 8)

*There is a four-week minimum required, except for Taglit Teen Camp. Weeks do not need to be consecutive. 

*Requests to change or drop weeks must be made by June 4 for weeks 1-4 and July 2 for weeks 5-8.

Financial Assistance


Fee adjustments are available on an individual basis. All scholarships are based on need and funds are limited. Applicants must secure a spot in the program in order to receive aid. Email uptownaid@nojcc.org (Uptown) or metairieaid@nojcc.org with additional questions. 
 
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