JCK Camps & Activity Centres
Where Creativity & Adventure Come Alive!
Register Online Summer 2017
Join us for an unforgettable summer!
Where is camp located this year?
Summer camp is located in the Netivot HaTorah North Campus - 18 Atkinson Avenue.
Extension Camp Location (August 21st- September 1st) Funtastic Forest TBA
What is your policy on nuts?
JCK Camps is a nut-free camp. We aim to accommodate all campers with food allergies and sensitivities. All food provided by the camp is nut- free and Kosher. We ask that parents do not send snacks to camp that may contain nuts. If your child has specific allergies please fill out our online forms as well as contact the camp.
Please note- We also accommodate Cholov Yisroel
Where do campers swim?
Campers generally swim at Garnet Williams with private hours for JCK campers. All lifeguards are NLS certified.
Depending on policy for summer camps 2023, our Gr.2+ campers will swim at a large private pool with NLS certified lifeguards or at Garnett Williams. Our Preschool Campers will have on site water with new and fun water toys.
What are your payment plans?
Non Refundable Registration fee of $150 via CC. This is included in your camp tuition (not in addition to it)
March 1st- (Early Bird) 50%, May 1st- 50%
Full payment required on or after June 1st
All payments are via E-transfer to [email protected]
Credit Card payments accepted with 3 % fee
Do you offer bus transportation?
Yes! We are now offering bus transportation weekly!
Clanton Park Shul
What are camp hours
Camp Hours this summer are 9AM-4PM and 9:00AM-3PM on Fridays
*Funtastic/ Trip Extended Fun Camp is 9:30AM-3:30PM and 3PM on Fridays
Before Care-8:15AM- 9:00AM
$60/Week per child
After Care- 4PM-4:45PM
$50/Week per child
*No Aftercare on Fridays
Do you have a lunch program?
We offer optional Pizza lunch on Tuesdays and Fridays. The cost is $4.00 per slice
What is your dress code at camp?
Campers going into JK,SK and upto Grade 4 may wear shorts and T-shirts.
Campers entering Grade 5,6,7-knee length skirt + T-shirts or 3/4 sleeves.
Open toe shoes are welcome but for fitness activities and trip days, proper shoes are preferred for your child's safety.
Boys Grades 1-3 dresscode: Hat or Kippah
Are you off Civic Holidays?
Half day camp- Wednesday July 5th and July 26th
No Camp: Aug.7th
What are some of the camp activities happening weekly?
Weekly Specialties including: Sports, Silly Science, Arts & Crafts, Fine Art, Baking, Dance/Zumba, Parsha Party, Theme Activities, Camp wide Contests, Challah Baking, Shabbos Party (Preschool)
Davening & Camp Wide LED Dance Parties
Daily Water Play, Swim (Gr.2+)session trips and so much more!
What are guest workshops or special Programs at Camp?
Depending on your child's division, guest workshops include:
Chamelea Science Centre, Scott Magic Show, Drumming/ Music Workshop, Tennis, Bubble show, Icecream truck, Silly Science show, Animal show, 'Snakes and Slushies Room' (Games Room with a special iced treat!), Kindness and Colour Carnival, Music, Jewelry Making, Tanya Zbili Art, Studio 2 Go, Film Camp in a Box
***All activities depend on the weeks your child attends as well as any Covid restrictions and cancellations by companies providing workshops.
Can my child specialize in a specialty program?
Yes! Your child can specialize in one of our specialty camp programs! We offer a variety of specialty camps for children in Grades 1-6 such as
Art Camp, Musical Theatre Camp, and Fashion Camp!
What is your refund policy?
The $150 registration fee is non refundable.
Fees are refundable until May 1st. Please note that if you make adjustments to programs after early bird fee deadlines the fee is the current rate of the program (For example if you register for Art Camp with the Chanukah rate and switch to STEM Camp after the most current rate will be applied.
There are no refunds for summer programs except due to medical Emergencies with a hospital note