A Great Place for Teens
From fitness to first-time work experience and volunteering, the JCCGW offers something for all teens.
- College Workshops Navigating College Admissions
Tuesday, April 1, 7-9 p.m.
- Navigating College Admissions for Students with IEPs/504s
Wednesday, April 9, 7-9 p.m.
The JCCGW offers a specially priced teen membership for high-school aged teens. Teen members of the JCCGW enjoy:
- Use of the Weinberg Health & Fitness Center.
- Access to indoor and outdoor pools
- Full-size basketball courts
- 50+ group exercise classes and much more.
*Members age 13 to 15 must complete a fitness orientation session with a JCCGW trainer before using fitness facilities.
For more information, call Membership at 301-348-3800.
JCC Maccabi Games
Teens that love team sports love the JCC Maccabi games. Created to promote community service, sportsmanship, and religious pride, the JCC Maccabi Games are a week-long Olympic-style event for young athletes aged 13-16. Held in different locations throughout the United States and Canada every summer, the games generate enthusiasm and excitement for everyone involved.
Teens are invited to join Team Greater Washington to represent our community at the national JCC Maccabi Games and Mid-Atlantic Junior Games. Get more information.
First-Time Work Experience
Teens gain valuable work experience through Camp JCC’s CIT (Counselor In Training) and after school programs. Accumulate Montgomery County Public Schools Student Service Learning (SSL) hours through Camp JCC’s Mitzvah Corp travel camp.
Youth Groups: Partner Programs
BBYO cultivates and encourages Jewish leadership among teenagers, teaching them responsibility, discipline, tzedakah and Jewish values. Teens can join BBYO in January of their 8th grade year. We also offer a middle school program for 6th-7th grade students. Learn more about BBYO or to visit their site.
Blending traditional classroom instruction with interactive online learning, ShalomLearning is a convenient, fun approach to Jewish education for teens. Learn more about ShalomLearning.
Shoresh Hebrew High School
Now headquartered at the JCCGW, Shoresh Hebrew High School is a unique Jewish studies program for 8th–12th grade students attending secular schools in the Greater Washington area. Learn more here.
Rockville Open House: A Safe Place For LGBTQQI Jewish Teens
Rockville Open House (ROH) is a supervised, safe gathering space for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, questioning, or intersex (LGBTQQI) Jewish teens (13- 18 years old), their friends, and allies. Learn more.
Questions about teen programming at the JCCGW? Contact us!