Grades 6-12


B'nei Brith Youth Organization (BBYO)
BBYO is a national Jewish youth group. The JCC hosts the South Bay BBYO chapter. For information, contact Jill Pottel at jill@svjcc.org or 408.357.7426.

Community Service Opportunities
Need community service hours for school? The JCC sometimes offers community service opportunities for teens. Contact Jason Goldstein at jason@svjcc.org or 408.357.7497.

JCC Maccabi Games (ages 13-16)
August 2nd-7th, 2015 (register by March 31st)
We'll be sending a delegation of Jewish teens ages 13-16 from Silicon Valley to participate at this international Jewish teen sports event. In addition to competing in Olympic-style competitions against teams from around the U.S. and other countries, all teens also take part in a day of Caring & Sharing, experience home hospitality, and visit major tourist sites. More information, including locations and fees, coming soon.

South Bay Teen Idol
South Bay Teen Idol is an annual competition for teen vocalists in grades 8-12. For details  see the South Bay Teen Idol page.

Teen Philanthropy Board (grades 8-12)
The Jewish Teen Philanthropy Board gives teens the opportunity to decide how to allocate funds to local Jewish organizations, while learning about grant making and earning community service hours for school. Teens will collectively develop an area of interest for grant-making and run their own foundation, soliciting grant applications from local Jewish organizations, making grants, meeting with grantees to assess progress, and more. Meeting dates will be based on the availability of the participants. To apply for the 2014-15 school year, contact Jason Goldstein at jason@svjcc.org or 408.357.7497.

The JCC is proud to partner with Top Flight Elite Basketball to provide basketball programs for boys and girls. For more information, see www.topflightelite.com. Or contact Erin McMahon at the JCC, at erinm@svjcc.org or 408.357.7480. 

Soccer at the JCC is run by the PSA Royals, a nationally accredited U.S. Club Soccer Academy that offers soccer lessons for ages 3.5-5 years, an instructional recreational league for ages 4-9 years, and competitive team play for U7-U18. For details, see the complete listings on the Soccer page.

Swim Lessons, Swim Team, and Lifeguard Classes
For details, see the Aquatics section of this website.

For tennis classes, see the Tennis page.

Athletic Conditioning (ages 11+)
Need to step up your game? Looking for an additional workout to add to your regular training regime? Join a group of athletes at your level for a weekly workout that enhances your overall athleticism and includes elements of stability, strength, agility, speed, flexibility, and overall conditioning. Sessions are taught by our Certified Athletic Trainers who have the education (degrees and nationally recognized certifications) and the experience to help you take your body to the next level. Separate classes are available for middle school and high school athletes. More info: erinm@svjcc.org.

Speed Training for Athletes (ages 10+)
Need to get an edge over the competition? These individual sessions incorporate the different dynamics of speed training: explosiveness, power, agility, endurance, stride length, and form. Work with an experienced speed training professional who will tailor your workouts based on your specific running form and individual goals. Specialized Fitness Professional Rates apply. More info: erinm@svjcc.org.



Financial assistance is available to attend these programs, through the generosity of the Arnie Addison Scholarship Fund. Click here to apply.

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