About the Rosen JCC

The Jack & Lee Rosen Jewish Community Center is the home for family life in Southwest Orlando. We pride ourselves on our diverse, inclusive community, and provide a wide array of programming for children and adults of all ages. The Rosen JCC is a not-for-profit organization.


The Rosen JCC originated as a satellite branch of the JCC of Greater Orlando, whose main campus is located in Maitland, in 1994. Operating an early childhood school out of the neighboring Southwest Orlando Jewish Congregation, the program soon outgrew the facility and the community understood the need for a full-service JCC in Southwest Orlando. In 2009, the Rosen Campus in Southwest Orlando was opened, featuring new classrooms, meeting space, and a fitness center and gymnasium.


In 2015, after five years of growth, the Rosen Campus was incorporated as an independent organization, and named the Jack & Lee Rosen Jewish Community Center. At the same time, we began a facility expansion to build additional classrooms, a 500-seat auditorium and theater, a new fitness area, a dedicated babysitting room, and music practice rooms. The first phase of the expansion was completed in December 2015, with the second phase scheduled for February 2016.


The Rosen JCC is centrally┬álocated to the Dr. Phillips and Windermere communities, and is also easily accessible from Celebration, Hunter’s Creek, Winter Garden, Ocoee, Metrowest and Williamsburg.

 A front view of the JCC in Orlando

Rosen JCC

11184 S Apopka Vineland Rd.

Orlando, FL 32819