Camp J

Summer Camp J

Programs & Activities

Our camp activities and programs include: arts and crafts, athletics, swimming, field trips, music, drama, cooking, gardening, STEM, archery, Ga-Ga, and so much more!


A program designed for campers to enjoy the traditional day camp experience and explore all Camp J has to offer. Grouped by age, campers are involved in programming designed to meet the needs of their developmental level. Shalom campers participate in activities led by experienced specialist instructors as well as get a taste of our Chugim (specialty choice electives). Daily swim and swim instruction are part of the summer fun.
$280 / $325 GUEST PER WEEK 


Giborim is the Hebrew word for Heroes.  Daily activities and specialty programming develop your child’s sense of individuality and independence.  Giborim is designed to nurture creativity and build skills, while allowing campers to explore, have fun, and be a part of our camp community.

$310 / $360 GUEST 


Tiyul is the Hebrew word for Trip.  Unfortunately this summer, we are unable to travel or take conventional trips.  Instead, this summer Tiyul will be on an experiential trip. This summer’s Tiyul program is designed to give older campers a unique experience built toward the needs of ‘tween and teen participants.  The structured freedom and intentional guidance helps to engage campers in teamwork and awareness of self. Campers will gain self-confidence by building new skills and making friends.

$310 / $360 GUEST

Registration Discounts

15% off – Camp Registration Day – Register in person on 1/12 @ the J,  12-3pm

5% off – Camp Discount Day – Register in person anytime on 3/1 @ the J

5% off – Sibling Discount*

5% off – Deployed Military Family Discount

All of our registration discounts apply to JCC members only.  Registration Day discounts are only applied to weeks which are registered in person on the day and time specified.  The sibling discount applies to each *additional* sibling. For more information or any questions, contact Josh Shenker at or 520.299.3000, x192

Financial Assistance

We provide financial assistance for eligible families for membership and camp fees.  Scholarship applications are due March 31, 2020.  Applications are accepted after that date, however reward is based on availability.  Any relevant registration percentage discounts come off the original camp rate, while scholarship then comes off the remaining balance. All scholarship applicants, including returning scholarship recipients, must complete a 2020 application with 2019 tax returns.  For more information, contact Monica Rosenbaum at or 520.299.3000 x110


Our award-winning, Special Needs Inclusion Program is designed to include children with certain special needs into the Camp J day-camp setting. Children are carefully paired with advocates in a 1:1, 1:2, or 1:3 ratio. We work with parents, children, staff, and support coordinators as a team to create the best summer camp experience possible. About 15% of our campers are in the inclusion program, ages range from 5 to 12. For more information, contact Emily Malin at or 520.299.3000 x168

Forms & Resources

Immunization Policy:
“For the health, safety and welfare of both the staff and students, the Tucson Jewish Community Center follows all the Department of Health Services vaccination requirements for students entering our program. Documentation of compliance, from an M.D. OR D.O., with these requirements shall be provided to the center for all students upon entry to our programs. The center will monitor on-going vaccination compliance. This follows the standards and policies of the American Academy of Pediatrics, the Centers for Disease Control and the American Council on Immunization and Prevention. There are no religious or personal exemptions to this policy. Medical exemptions will be reviewed by the Director with medical consultation as necessary.”
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