Camp J at the Rosen JCC

Camp J is more than just a camp – it’s a family! Our caring, supportive counselors teach our campers to become more independent and embrace their curiosity. Choose from a variety of traditional and specialty camps each week, all in our newly expanded indoor youth wing. Camp J is open to all children, from toddlers to teens, and embraces our community’s diversity, welcoming children and families of all backgrounds.
EARLY CHILDHOOD
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Early Childhood Summer Program

Ages 1-4

Early Childhood Summer Program

Our high-quality summer learning program, providing a developmentally-appropriate curriculum in our award-winning school!

YOUTH (K-8)
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Traditional Camp

Grades K-8

Traditional Camp

Our traditional camps include varied activities for younger campers, a sports camp, and an elective program for older campers.

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Specialty Camp

Grades K-8

Specialty Camp

Experts from the Orlando Repertory Theatre, Orlando Science Center, and many others provide high-quality specialty camps each week!

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About Camp J

Leadership, staff, mission and policies.

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Get complete details about all of our camp programs.

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Space is limited - register online now to lock up your camper's spot for Summer 2018!

Summer Schedule

Youth Traditional

Youth Specialty

Early Childhood

Week

1

6/4 - 6/8

Kindergarten Camp

 

Theme: First Week of Camp!

Special Event: Mini Carnival

OSC Camp: Pokemon Evolve

TNBA Basketball Camp

iBrickAcademy Camp

SuperAwesomeCool Art Camp

KidFit Camp

Pop Squad Camp

Making Storybooks Come Alive

Week

2

6/11 - 6/15

Traditional Camp

Sports Camp

 

Theme: The Mighty Jungle

Special Event: Magic Show

Field Trips: K-3: Central Florida Zoo; 4-8: Dave & Buster’s, Movie

REP Camp: Broadway Bound (3-8)

OSC Camp: Wicked Reactions

iBrickAcademy Lego Camp

Mighty Jungle

Week

3

6/18 - 6/22

Traditional Camp

Sports Camp

 

Theme: Lost in the Desert

Special Event: Orlando City Soccer player visit

Field Trips: K-3: CocoKey; 4-8: SeaWorld, Pool Party

REP Camp: Disney CineMagic (K-2)

iBrickAcademy Camp

Lost in the Desert

Week

4

6/25 - 6/29

Traditional Camp

Sports Camp

 

Theme: Outer Space

Special Event: Olympics

Field Trips: K-3: Orlando Science Center (Traditional), Rays baseball game (Sports); 4-8: Rays baseball game, Bowling

REP Camp: Disney Channel: Stars Onstage (3-8)

OSC Camp: Junior Astronaut

iBrickAcademy Camp

Outer Space

Week

5

7/2 - 7/6

Traditional Camp

 

Theme: Party in the USA

Special Event: Late Stay & BBQ

Field Trips: K-3: Legoland (late); 4-8: Busch Gardens (late), Ice Factory

REP Camp: Lightning McQueen & Friends (K-2)

Party in the USA

Week

6

7/9 - 7/13

Traditional Camp

Sports Camp

 

Theme: Swampland

Special Event: Camp Rock Star!

Field Trips: K-3: Winter Garden Bowl; 4-8: Hard Knocks, Movie

REP Camp: Jedi Training (3-8)

OSC Camp: Eww! That’s Gross

Swampland

Week

7

7/16 - 7/20

Traditional Camp

Sports Camp

 

Theme: Across the Seven Seas

Special Event: International Day

Field Trips: K-3: Hukoo’s; 4-8: FunSpot, Bowling

REP Camp: Moana and Maui’s Luau (K-2)

OSC Camp: Pokemon Evolve

Across the Seven Seas

Week

8

7/23 - 7/27

Traditional Camp

Sports Camp

 

Theme: Tropical Paradise

Special Event: Talent Show

Field Trips: K-3: Movie & Putting Edge; 4-8: Aquatica, Movie

REP Camp: Pitch Perfect: In Harmony (3-8)

OSC Camp: Pint Size Programmers

Tropical Paradise

Week

9

7/30 - 8/3

Traditional Camp

Sports Camp

 

Theme: Outback

Special Event: Camp Carnival

Field Trips: K-3: WonderWorks; 4-8: Daytona Beach, Pool Party

REP Camp: Playtime in Ponyville (K-2)

OSC Camp: Wicked Reactions

Outback

Week

10

8/6 - 8/10

Specialty camps only

OSC Camp: LEGO-ology (Kindergarten only)

TNBA Basketball Camp

Soccer Camp

SuperAwesomeCool Art Camp

Pop Squad Camp

Cooking Camp

Relive Your Favorite Story of the Summer

Field trips and special events subject to change.

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