Klein JCC - Summer Camp  

Klein JCC Summer Camp
June 23-August 15, 2014
For campers ages 5 - grade 9

Camp Hours
Monday - Friday: 9:00am-4:00pm
Extended Day Options: 7:30-9:00am & 4:00-6:00pm

Age Groups
5 years · Grades 1-4 · Grades 5-7 · Grades 8 & 9

Scholarships Available
Lunch Program Offered

Accepts CCIS
Licensed by PA Department of Education and DPW.

Please contact Andrew Newman at 215-698-7300 x146 or anewman@kleinjcc.org to learn about our affordable prices and enroll your child.

Click here to view 2014 Camp Application

Campers Enjoy
Sports Fields
Indor Hardwood Gym Floor
Indoor Pool
Air Conditioned Facilites Climbing Wall & Outdoor Fields

Camp Activities Include
Swim
Arts & Crafts
Music
Drama
Trips*
Sports Leagues
Late Stay Parties
End of Summer Carnival

*Campers in Grades 5-10 particpate in camp trips.

Extended Day
For families who need child care before and after camp, we have you covered! Before camp children delight in creative art projects, games and group play. After camp, your child will receives a kosher snack and enjoys dynamic activities such as art, music, games, story time and indoor and outdoor play.

Lunch
Don't like preparing lunch daily? Want your child to enjoy a hot lunch every day? Our lunch program is your perfect option. It's healthy, it's kosher and the fee is nominal.

Financial Assistance and Scholarships
While we keep our camp fees as low as possible, we recognize that some families may need financial assistance. Generous scholarships are available for our preschool and camp programs. To apply, families must request and complete a scholarship application form. Please be assured that all information is strictly confidential. Klein JCC Preschool and Camp programs accept CCIS.

Accepts CCIS, Licensed by PA Department of Education and DPW. Equal Opportunity Employer and Equal Opportunity Care Provider: Services and employment are provided in a non-discriminatory manner, with out regard to race, sex, color, national origin, ancestry, religious creed, disability and age.
Partnering with the Jewish Federation of Greater Philadelphia and United Way of Greater Philadelphia & Southern New Jersey. The camp program is partially funded by the Paula Steinbach Trust.