General Information:

What age campers does the camp serve?

Graduating Pre-K to entering Sixth grade (ages 5-12).

 

Daily Schedule

What does a typical day look like at CGI?

Campers start off the morning with spirited songs and some warm up calisthenics. They then enjoy a wide array of sports, including soccer, volleyball, and baseball.  

The children explore activities such as art, drama, cooking and water activities.

The schedule is jam-packed with exciting and educational games, activities, and experiences. These are designed to develop leadership skills and self-confidence, promote friendship and empathy, and to instill a strong sense of Jewish pride.
 

What does my child need to bring to camp every day?

Lunch and a water bottle. On water days, campers should bring a bathing suit, sunscreen, and a towel. 

What foods may I send with my child?

CGI is a nut, shellfish and meat free camp. Fish (other than shellfish) and dairy are good options.



Camp Location

CGI will be an outdoor camp this summer, in a safe, private space in the Beaumont-Wilshire neighborhood.