JCC Summer Camps

2019 Summer Camp Registration Dates

January 15 - Priority registration for JCC Nursery School families

February 1 - Registration opens for returning camp families

February 15 - Registration opens to all

2019 Camp Dates

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)


Located 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 endless 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. 

What makes our camp special?
  • Top-notch facilities include swimming pool, gymnasiums and outdoor play spaces

  • American Red Cross Swim Instruction

  • Highly trained, friendly and nurturing staff

  • Head counselors in every group

  • Excellent camper-to-counselor ratio

  • Daily lunch program

  • Fun spirit days and Color War team competitions

  • Shabbat celebrations

  • Exciting field trips every week
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