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We provide 12 weeks of learning, skill enhancement, and fun. Every child is coached on making advancements in both athletic skill and social interaction. We encourage everyone to be a Mensch.

Campers are grouped into 3 divisions. Division 1 (Rookies) consists of Pre-1st & 1st graders, Division 2 (Junior Varsity) consists of 2nd & 3rd graders, and Division 3 (Varsity) consists of 4th graders & up. Some activities will be specific to each division, but others will involve all divisions.

Our focus on sports development is what separates us from other camps, but make no mistake, fun is a top priority. We know that in order to capture the summer spirit, it’s important to spend time doing activities outside of sports. No participant is required to attend all events. Campers in Division 1 will not be scheduled to attend our bigger travel dates like some amusement parks. There will be alternate activities schedule for those campers that do not attend these events.


We have tons of fun-filled activities planned for your children, dedicated entirely to making this summer a memorable one, not just for them but for you as well! Your children will experience all of the thrills summer has to offer in addition to learning the important skills, fundamentals and values that accompany being an athlete and an active member of our Jewish Community.

Late pick up is available up to 3:30PM for a moderate fee of $20/day. Any child not picked up by 3:10PM will be automatically enrolled in that clinic for the day. Please visit the calendar page to see our schedule.



DATES: JUN 14 – SEP 01



Starting this summer girls are welcome everyday at camp! That’s right, no more going to multiple camps to drop off your kids. As always, the girls have a custom schedule catered to special activities, but the camp is integrated for main events such as field trips.



We offer a unique CIT program geared towards youths ages 11-15. The rate for CITs is a discounted $250 a week (paid to the camp), but comes with some responsibilities. We expect participants to treat it like a job, but not a boring stressful one…that’s what adulthood is for.

The CIT, or Coach in Training, gets to enjoy all the same perks of campers like field trips, games, etc only they are placed in a position of authority below the counselors and managers. Examples of some daily tasks are setting up fields for games and helping to keep the younger campers organized. We find it is a great opportunity for youths to enjoy the fun of camp, while getting some real life work experience. We’re also glad to write recommendations towards hours of community service.

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  • Klipped Kippah
  • Backpack
  • Wristband


  • Basketball
  • Flag Football
  • Baseball
  • Soccer
  • Surfing
  • Color War
  • Street Hockey
  • Capture the Flag
  • Volleyball
  • and More!


  • Shacharit / Learn
  • Amusement Parks
  • Beach Day
  • Movie Night
  • Bubble Ball
  • Weekly Raffle
  • Water Parks
  • Bowling
  • Game Truck
  • and More!


Mogen David
9717 Pico Blvd
LA, CA 90019

Cheviot Hills Park
2551 Motor Ave
LA, CA 90064


8:30 AM Drop Off
3:00 PM Pick Up
3:30 PM Late Pick Up