Youth & Family
The JCC provides fun and enriching programs that foster our community of children and their families.
Families with Young Children
My Baby and Me (Squirrel Hill)
My Baby and Me offers social and educational activities for parents or caregivers and children together as well as events specifically for parents.
Family Place (South Hills)
Enjoy a space where you can socialize with other families, or just take a moment to sit down while your child explores books and toys and interacts with other children.
Our trained caregivers provide babysitting services in safe and secure age-appropriate play areas, so that you can enjoy the JCC on your own.
Children, Youth and Family (Squirrel Hill)
We have so much fun at the JCC! Check out our classes, special activities and programs for kids and their families.
Clubhouse (Squirrel Hill)
Clubhouse is the premier after-school care program in Pittsburgh. Kids from Kindergarten to 7th grade come to their "home away from home" Monday through Friday until 6 p.m. and thrive in the enriched, exciting and nurturing Clubhouse environment.
Look What Your Child Can do at the JCC
Let the JCC take care of your child's Birthday Party. You book it, arrive and enjoy!
School Days Off
Attention Parents: when school is out, the JCC provides exciting full-day programs for your child.
Squirrel Hill J Days and Kids Nite Out
Parents can rest assured that their children are in a safe environment with plenty of social and educational opportunities. Many of the J Days staff work year-round at Clubhouse, the JCC’s after-school program, and at JCC day and overnight camps. Each day includes games, gym time, swimming and snack. Children will participate in icebreakers and have the opportunity to do art projects and no-bake cooking. Have your child bring a dairy lunch, swim suit and towel every day.
Contact Meredith Brown, 412-521-8011 x181 for info/registration
South Hills School's Out Fun Days
Contact Ann Haalman, 412-278-1975 x204 for info/registration
Performing Arts Camp (grades 4-9)
J-SITE, the Agency for Jewish Learning's teen department, holds classes at the JCC.
The JCC offers programming in the mainstream of the Jewish community for individuals with special needs. We encourage every interested person with a disability to participate in our programs.