2022 Camp at the J
June 13 – August 12
Member: $350 a week
Public: $400 a week
Member: $60 a week
Public: $70 a week
After Crew cost
Member: $80 a week
Public: $100 a week
$30 a week
Camp registration closes May 23.
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Camp at the J offers a variety of fun and educational programming taught by expert specialists. Enrichment activities include archery, arts and crafts, sports, drama, and much more. These activities foster friendship, build confidence, and offer opportunities for campers to learn new skills.
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Camp at the J incorporates values-based learning where children learn about core values of respect, kindness, and community. Campers learn about Israel and international Jewish life through Jewish culture. At the end of each week, we gather for Shabbat Sing, where we celebrate our camp community and give out weekly awards.
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Campers are divided into age-appropriate co-ed groups. Each group is then divided into bunks of 15 campers to encourage small-group bonding.
- Pioneers (Kindergarten)
- Trailblazer (Grades 1 – 2)
- Raiders (Grades 3 – 4)
- Quest (Grades 5 – 8)
- Counselor in Training (Grades 9 – 10)
No one shall be denied admission to our camp, or to the benefits of our program services because of race, color, national origin, sex, or handicap.
Advocates are available at camp. This service is provided at no additional cost to the family. Space for the program is limited and has eligibility requirements. Please select that you are interested in “1-on-1” during the Camp Application process and our Camp Director will contact you directly. Camp at the J provides all the fun that makes camp a summertime staple, with exciting and educational opportunities at every turn.
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Work at Camp
Working at Camp at the J offer invaluable skill-building, leadership, training, and enrichment opportunities that can’t be found anywhere else!
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Wellness at Camp at the J
Our goal at Camp at the J is to serve the whole child, from supporting their physical and mental wellness to weaving in Jewish cultural education, and making sure they just have a lot of fun!
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Winter Break Camp
9:30am-3:30pm | Mayerson JCC
J Member: $65 | Public: $85
Cost is per day.
Optional Extended Hours – Pickup by 6pm
J Member: +$20 | Public: +$26
Thank you for voting us the Best Day Camp in the 2020 Cincinnati Family Best of Parenting Poll!
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Camp at the J is accredited by the American Camp Association (ACA). Accreditation demonstrates accountability, credibility, and commitment to the highest standards for risk management, child development, aquatics, and health care. It means that Camp at the J complies with up to 300 ACA health, safety, and program quality standards.
Jen & John Stein
Montgomery Pediatric Dentistry
Cassinelli, Shanker & Baker Orthodontics
The Christ Hospital Physicians –
Orthopaedics & Sports Medicine
Evelyn & Marc Fisher
Lara & Ronnen Isakov
Marx Hot Bagels
The counselors are amazing! They really took the time to get to know Conner and support him every summer. Conner has ben attending Camp at the J for five summers and has grown so much in his time here.”
We have a public rate, but J Members will receive a reduced rate. More information on becoming a member, please contact our membership at firstname.lastname@example.org
Camp at the J strives to include all campers. We do not deny admission to our camp, or to the benefits of our program services because of race, color, national origin, gender identity, ability, or age.
An advocate is a staff member who is designated to assist a camper who either has a diagnosis or a behavior plan. This staff member will be 1:1 or 2:1.
Financial aid may be available. Please contact Susan Lyons at email@example.com to receive further information.
Campers should pack a water bottle, snacks, bag lunch (unless they have ordered the lunch plan), swimsuit, towel, hat, and sunscreen each day. Please label all camper belongings with full name to ensure items return with them each day.
Parents must pack a lunch each day for their child unless they have ordered the lunch plan. Packed lunches will be stored inside an air-conditioned room, but will not be refrigerated. All lunches at Camp at the J are personal and are not to be shared. Personal lunches do not have to be Kosher but are asked to be nut-free.
Campers should wear comfortable shorts and t-shirts that are okay to get dirty. Children are required to bring a mask daily for wearing inside of the J building. For your child’s safety, socks and sneakers (closed toe and heel) are required. Sandals, Crocs, and flip-flops may be packed for swimming or water activities. Pioneers and Trailblazers campers are encouraged to wear their swimsuit under their clothing to camp as they will swim daily before lunch.
All campers will receive one camp T-shirt for FREE.
Your child’s name, photograph, or video clip may be used by the J in news articles and publications unless we receive a written objection prior to the first day of camp. If you would to request your child not be used in future publicity, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
In the event of a minor accident or injury, first aid will be administered on site. Should the accident or injury require more than basic first aid, 911 will be called and your child will be treated by a professional EMS or transported to the hospital. In this event, a parent or guardian will be contacted immediately.
The J has a ratio of lifeguards to patrons 1:25. We hire only experienced/certified lifeguards and provide mandatory periodic testing and in-service training sessions. J lifeguards will always wear hip packs containing basic emergency equipment.
Children under the age of six will be required to be within arm’s length of a guardian over the age of 16. Children under the age of six who are involved in “free play,” or not in a supervised swim class, will be encouraged to wear a flotation device. Only flotation devices provided by the J will be used in our pools.
For more details about our pool safety, please see our Pool Rules.
Please view our Family Handbook that includes our Health & Safety section, detailing the measures and procedures in place to maintain a healthy and safe environment. More specifically, we have created bunks for campers as one precautionary measure that limits potential exposures and interactions, making contact tracing easier if needed. In addition, campers will frequently wash their hands throughout camp.
Unfortunately, we do not offer a sibling discount. If your family has a membership through the JCC, we do have financial aid available. Please contact Susan Lyons, Membership Director, at email@example.com to receive more information.