Summer Camp Dates and Rates

JCC membership is required to enroll your child in camp. Learn more about membership. Secure your spot at the Early Bird rate. Tuition increases after March 15.  

Summer Camp Rates

Important Dates


Please note: JCC membership is required to enroll your child in camp.

Customize your summer experience by registering for the weeks that best fit your schedule. 

  • Campers ages 3 years - entering fifth grade must enroll in a minimum of 4 weeks. The weeks do not need to be consecutive.
  • Taglit campers may enroll in individual weeks, with no minimum. Sign up for 4 or more weeks and receive $100 off tuition. 
  • A $100 non-refundable deposit is due at time of registration to secure a spot. All campers are required to pay a $10 insurance fee.

January 15
Priority Registration for JCC nursery school families

February 1
Registration opens for returning camp families

February 15
Registration opens to all

March 15
Last day to receive early bird discount

May 1
All outstanding balances and camp forms due

June 2
Open House, 1:00 - 3:00 PM 


June 3 - 7
Week 1

June 10 - 14
Week 2

June 17 - 21
Week 3

June 24 - 28
Week 4

July 1 - 5*
Week 5

July 8 - 12
Week 6

July 15 - 19
Week 7

July 22 - 26
Week 8

Mini Camp options for the start and end of summer are also available.

 *No camp on July 4

Financial Assistance 

Fee adjustments are available on an individual basis. All scholarships are based on need and funds are limited. Prior to applying for financial aid, please contact Rachel Ruth (Uptown) or Wendy Goldberg (Metairie). Applicants must secure a spot in camp in order to receive aid. 

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