What's Happening for Teens at the JCCSF?

The JCCSF offers a variety of afterschool, weekend and special-interest programs for Bay Area teens. Empowering teens to grow intellectually, socially, creatively and emotionally, the JCCSF provides middle school students a safe, nurturing and supervised environment. High school students develop leadership skills and build healthy, social bonds through community service and artistic and social events appealing to high school interests.

The JCCSF is looking for talented, motivated teens in grades 9 and 10 to be Counselors-in-Training and teens in grades 11 and 12 to be Junior Counselors this summer. Is that you? Take a look and see if this program is the right fit. More information available here.

OPEN FOR REGISTRATION! Spring 2015 classes and workshops including Basics of Babysitting, Great White Sharks, Teen Yoga and more! For more information, click here.

May 30 Middle School Dance
June 12 Friday Night Fly

Club 18 Access

Save More with Community Membership

For only $125 a year enjoy:

  • Member pricing for Club 18, high school and JCCSF programs, including events, classes, camps, lectures and performances
  • Priority registration for popular entertainment such as Friday Night Fly
  • Complimentary CJM Access 18 membership
  • Add-on fitness value: Only $50 more per month for full access to the JCCSF Fitness Center, plus one free hour with a trainer (ages 13 and older)

pdf Click here for the Winter/Spring membership form.
Mail your completed form to us, or bring it to the JCCSF Front Desk- Attention Teen Program Manager, Abby Cutler . For more information, call 415.292.1261.

pdf Youth Activities Consent and Release of Liability Form is also required with Club 18 Access Registration Form

Rent Club 18 for birthdays, Bar and Bat Mitzvahs, Sweet 16 and more!
Click here for more information.

Major funding for JCCSF Teen Programs is provided by Mrs. Jeanne Dinkelspiel Benatar, the Bigglesworth Family Foundation, the Jewish Community Federation and Endowment Fund, the Horace W. Goldsmith Foundation, the Koret Foundation, the RMLow Foundation, the Strandberg Family, and Barbara & Chris Wilson/The Joan and Robert Sinton Memorial Fund.

The Gold Center for Youth & Family was founded with a generous gift from the David B. Gold Foundation.