BBYO is the largest Jewish youth organization in the world, providing opportunities for Jewish youth to strengthen their Jewish identity, develop leadership skills, meet teens from around the world, form a connection with their community, and enhance their personal development. This popular "youth led" program allows members to have fun, learn life-long skills, and form lasting friendships at local events, weekend conventions, service projects, and Jewish leadership events. BBYO is open to all Jewish teens in grades 9 through 12.
Build bonds with local teens as well as teens from around the country.
Form a stronger connection with their community.
Enhance their personal development.
Fees: $149 for all 4 years of High School. Additional fees for regional and local events. Ready to join? Register here.
San Antonio BBYO is part of the Lonestar Region, which also includes Austin and Houston. Lonestar Region is one of over forty BBYO regions in North America, reaching more than 1,300 students annually. Connect with the Lonestar Region on Twitter, Facebook, or Instagram.
For more information about the BBYO Lonestar Region, contact Regional Director Gillian Lindenberg at 713-659-9871.
Parents - do you still need more information? Visit our parent page! Contact Devin Billstein at 210-302-6869 for more information.
IT’S TIME TO TRY SOMETHING NEW! It’s time to exercise in an exciting and motivating class that will get your heart pumping, all of your muscles strengthened, and allow you to connect to the joy of movement. Nia is a fun fitness class in which you are encouraged to move and play in your body’s way – all in a nurturing environment.
The JCC Summer Camp program is accredited by the American Camping Association (ACA). The American Camping Association mission “is a community of camp professionals and is dedicated to enriching the lives of children and adults through the camp experience.”
Friday, Mar. 3, the JCC will host the 17th Annual Start Seeing Diversity Conference from 8am to 4pm. Participants include early childhood teachers and directors from local public and private schools, parent educators, as well as those who work in agencies who support the needs of young children and families.