Camp Registration is OPEN! JCC Greater Boston’s Sports Camp weeks include basketball, games, gaga, swimming, and more!
Fuel Your Fire for Fun at Sports Camp!
Looking for a fun week of activities before your summer camp plans kick in? Join us for a Summer Warm-Up week of games including basketball, tennis, gaga, kick ball and more! Sports Camp puts an emphasis on sportsmanship and teamwork while also developing new skills in a variety of different sports. Campers will hone their athletic abilities, develop as teammates and make new friends with a day of activities and an hour of daily recreational swim time in our outdoor pool. If one week isn’t enough, add on a Summer Wrap-Up week for one last hurrah of fun before going back to school. Open to all levels and abilities!
Session dates and hours:
- Summer Warm-Up Week runs 5 days a week from June 17-21, 9am-4pm.
- Summer Wrap-Up Week runs 5 days a week from August 19-23, 9am-4pm.
- 2024 Cost: $789/week; Member Cost: $719/week.
- Save $25/week for each sibling who attends camp!
Day At A Glance
8:45 – 9:00am | Drop off
9:00 – 9:30am | Welcome/Introduction
9:30 – 10:30am | Skills and Drills part 1
10:30 – 10:45am | Snack Break
10:45 – 11:30am | Skills and Drills part 2
12 – 1pm | Lunch (not included)
1 – 2pm | Free Swim at the outdoor pool
2:20 – 3:40pm | Team Games and Activities
3:40 – 3:50pm | Wrap up and Recap
4pm | Pickup
Meet Our Team
Meet Haim, our experienced tennis instructor. Haim has an impressive background in the sport, having served as the head coach and national head coach at various clubs in Israel. In addition to his success on the court, Haim has over 20 years of experience teaching and coaching tennis to players of all ages and abilities before joining the JCC in 2022. He is excited to share his wealth of knowledge and passion for the game at the JCC.
Program Manager, Tennis and Sports Camp
Annie is the Operations and Program Manager for the Health & Wellness department, and oversees JCC Tennis Camp and Sports Camp. She is passionate about creating a sense of community and excitement in her sports programs. During the off-season, Annie continues organizing and implementing sport programs for kids and adults at the JCC. The JCC holds a special place in Annie’s heart – she went to preschool here, and worked as a sports camp counselor during her high school summers. Annie holds a bachelor’s in Health and Wellness from The University of New Hampshire.
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Payments, Cancellations, and Terms & Conditions
Payments and Cancellations:
- Sports Camp does not require a security deposit.
- Weeks may be dropped or switched without penalty, pending availability – email email@example.com. A one week notice is required.
Refunds: A one week notice before the enrolled week is required to receive full refund. If your child needs to miss a day due to illness/injury or any other circumstance, we will do our best to make up the missed day in another week.
Discounts: Sibling discounts of $25 off per week for each sibling. A change in JCC Greater Boston Membership will result in an automatic rate change.
- Registration opens January 3, 2024 to returning camp families and members only
- Registration opens January 10, 2024 to the community.
- Full payment is due upon registration.
Waitlist Option: email firstname.lastname@example.org to be added to the waitlist. Sports Camp does not charge a fee to be on our waitlist. Families have 36 hours to respond to accept the spot before we contact the next camper on the list.
COVID: In the event that a JCC Camp must close your child’s bunk, or all of camp, due to state or local mandate, JCC Camps will do our best to fit you into another week, session or JCC camp program as you prefer. If we are unable to accommodate you, JCC Greater Boston will credit your account for use in a future program. COVID procedures may be updated during the camp season as necessary.
ILLNESS: Keep children home if they are not feeling well. Campers with a fever will not be admitted to camp. Campers who develop a fever or other symptoms of illness will be sent home. Campers will be asked to follow precautions and regulations regarding COVID-19, which will be updated based on current conditions and provided before camp begins. Parents are expected to arrange prompt pickup of any child who is ill.
Camp is an exciting, fun, sociable and nurturing experience. Campers are expected to be respectful of each other, counselors, and the facilities. All efforts are made to work with campers and parents to provide a positive and meaningful experience at camp. All campers must be able to use the restrooms independently in order to attend camp. This includes having ample awareness to get to the bathroom in plenty of time, ability to manage clothing, wiping, and flushing, and ability to wash hands independently. No camper shall be punished for soiling, wetting, or not using the toilet. If a camper misbehaves by distracting the group, not listening to directions, being disrespectful, or otherwise disrupting an activity, they may be asked to leave the group for a short period of time. The teacher or counselor will discuss the behavior with the camper, and bring them back to the group. Children will be given reminders and redirection in order to encourage positive behavior. Staff members will empower children to make positive choices and to practice empathy and cooperation in group settings. No camper shall be denied food. If the behavior continues or recurs, the camper may be brought to the office or to the Camper Support Director for a “time out” or break, keeping the camper’s age and abilities in mind. The camper will rejoin the group after an appropriate period. If the problem persists, parents are notified via a phone call. If a child has specific behavior issues, efforts will be made to work with parents to implement a behavior management program appropriate to camp.
If a camper misbehaves in a manner that is dangerous or destructive, staff will immediately ask the child to move away from the situation and call a supervisor. Staff will discuss the situation with the camper or campers involved and explain that the behavior is inappropriate and unacceptable. Parents are notified as soon as possible if a camper hits, pushes, bites, or otherwise hurts another member of the camp community, or if he or she is the object of such behavior. A camper who hits or hurts another person or engages in dangerous or destructive behavior will be sent home. In this case parents may be required to pick up the camper during the camp day. A parent conference is required before the camper can return. If a camper repeatedly endangers themselves or another camper or staff member; repeatedly breaks camp rules; participates in repeated demeaning or hurtful behavior; or knowingly damages property, they will be required to leave the camp. No refunds will be awarded in this case.