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Palo Alto, CA

J-Camp Details

3921 Fabian Way
Palo Alto, CA 94303


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Affiliated with Oshman Family JCC

Day Camp

Camp accepts special needs children on a case by case basis.

Session Lengths: 1 Week, 2 Weeks, Single Days

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The J-Camp Story

At J-Camp, we strive to provide your child with a camp experience they will never forget! We feel confident that we have the best staff around! Most importantly, our staff are people who love kids – they want to spend their summer playing, teaching, and working with children. They are good people with good hearts who are silly enough to sing “The Moose Song” at the top of their lungs and mature enough to help nurture your child’s self-esteem. One of our camp goals for your kids is that they step out of their comfort zone to try new things. It could mean trying a new food from our afternoon snack selection, practicing skills they have never done before like; soccer, circus skills, ice skating or putting their face in the water for the first time. Or, it could simply be showing up to a brand new place, in a community that they do not know. We know that whatever they choose, we'll be with them the whole step of the way. So check us out. We're already excited to meet your campers!

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Why We Host Schlichim

"Hosting Shlichim during the summers remains a wonderful experience for our family. Each year we meet dynamic and fascinating young Israelis with whom we maintain contact long after the summer has gone. Our kids are the greatest beneficiaries of the experience, finding in the Shlichim individuals who they come to regard as older siblings. It is an event we look forward to every year with good reason and plan on continuing for years to come."

- Soberman Family, The Jack and Pat Kay Centre Camp, Prosserman JCC

Connecting with Israel

“Although it was so new, Israel brought upon me a familiar sense of belonging much like what I feel at Camp Chi every summer. The ability to be in a place where one feels so free and proud to be a Jew is a feeling that makes me so proud to be involved in my Jewish heritage.” - Joshua Krawitz, 17, Camp Chi, JCC Chicago