Teens grades 6-8
The JCC provides a great social network for teens in grades 6 to 8. Options range from teen dances to dance classes to fitness challenges and leadership training. Teens who love kids can earn a Red Cross babysitting certificate or sign up to be a TNT counselor in our Noah's Ark preschool camp.
Middle School "J" Dance
Saturdays 8-11 pm • Owings Mills JCC
November 21, 2015 • December 5, 2015
Fee: $12/Members; $18/Non-members
Bring your friends for a fun filled night of dancing and great music. Snacks and drinks available for $1 each. No one will be permitted without an ID. ID includes: report card, class schedule with your name and grade. Bus cards will NOT be accepted.
*No one will be permitted without an ID. Accepted Middle School ID includes: a report card, a class schedule with the year, your name and grade. Bus cards will NOT be accepted. If the weather is questionable, please call OM JCC to make sure dance will be taking place.
Mondays - Fridays • 2:30-6pm • Owings Mills JCC
Are you looking for a safe and engaging place for your teen to stay after school? The JCC now offers a low cost afternoon program that includes: technology, swimming, sports, weight training, arts & crafts, fitness classes, dance, drama, and volunteering.
Fees includes pick up from Franklin Middle School.
For more information contact Brad Kerxton at 410.559.3547.
Saturday Night Take Over
Saturdays • 8:00-11:00pm • $15/Guests $10/Members • Owings Mills JCC
Stay tuned for the next Saturday Night Takeover! Date TBD
Grades 6-8. Spend your Saturday night hanging out at the JCC. Play basketball, run on the track, watch a movie, compete in video games on our projection screen, swim in the pool, play laser tag, or just hang out with friends.
TNT For A Day
9:00am-4:00pm • $30/Guests $20/Members • Owings Mills JCC
Sundays • 2:00-4:00pm • $25/Guests $15/Members • Owings Mills JCC
Middle School Leadership Council
At the J we believe that leadership can take many shapes and levels of commitment. For some teens it can mean being part of a group that brainstorms fundraising ideas while for others it means being the person who orchestrates discussions or contacts friends to participate in programs. No matter which role one plays, there is always the feeling of gratification that comes from making a difference in the world, and if you can help others while bonding with friends, that’s even better.
Email Brad for more Information.
TNTs had a blast last summer at the J!