Address: Club J at Sand Hill School is located at 650 Clark Way, Palo Alto, CA 94304
Contact: Michael Bright, Club J Manager (650) 776-1261, [email protected] | Monica Valdez, Admin Coordinator, Youth & Teens Dept. Office (650) 223-8674
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Arts and Humanities
Club-J is a Monday–Friday, afterschool program that runs until from the time your child gets out of school until 6:00 PM. We offer 3, 4 and 5 day options!
Artistic expression in the visual and performing arts are critical for a child's development, self-expression, imagination and creativity. Drama, art, crafts, art history, poetry and culinary activities are just a few of the many activities that are part of Club J.
Club J offers an array of physical activities and children are encouraged to participate. Discipline is a powerful character tool that builds an ethic of hard work. Young bodies develop better when healthy habits and physical activity are a regular part of life. Options include, but are not limited to, basketball, GaGa, table tennis and relay races.
Literacy is just one way Club J helps support a child's success in school without extending the school day with academic activity. Literacy includes reading, writing, speaking, gathering information, thinking critically, understanding others and expressing oneself. Lessons are structured around discussions of how characters within stories act and make choices.
Club J offers many, specialized enrichment classes to enhance your child's experience. Classes may include art, science, technology, engineering and sports. Children choose their preferred classes and study their subject in a small class setting with a qualified teacher. Four sessions of classes are offered each school year.
Community Action and Jewish Cultural Programming
Club J is guided by the Jewish values of Tikkun Olam (repairing the world) and Tzedakah (charity). Afterschool serves as a wonderful opportunity to tap into young people's creativity and imagination to play their part in making the world an even better place. Time will be set aside for brainstorming sessions, planning and implementation of community action projects. Projects include, but are not limited to: monthly projects for the hungry or those in-need, clothing drives, fundraising for other countries, making and selling items to raise awareness and money for Israeli causes and much more.
Need transportation for your child? We offer daily transportation from the following schools:
Palo Alto School District
Escondido Elementary School
Prices & Special Offers
End of school until 6:00 PM: $711/month (5 days), $625/month (4 days), $532/month (3 days)
For pricing without transportation, please contact us at [email protected]
Please note: Discounted OFJCC Center Membership is available only during the length of the program.
Club J Facility number: 434412177
*Must not turn 13 before June 21, 2018.