Members may bring only two guests at a time except for families bringing families. Guests must be accompanied by a member in good standing. Children who are guests must have an adult present to sign a waiver and be chaperoned by an adult if under 10. All guest passes must be purchased at the Reception Desk. Saturday guest passes must be purchased in advance. All guests must have guest passes. All visitors must present a photo ID.

Guest Pass fees:

Adults: $8
Youth (ages 5 – 18 years): $4

Unsupervised Children

  • Children 9 years old and under must be supervised by an adult while at the JCA. Children must be brought to and picked up from class, babysitting or childcare by an adult or escorted by an older sibling (age 10+) with written parental permission.
  • Children who are 10 years old are issued membership cards. All members ages 10 and over entering the JCA must present a membership card.
  • Children ages 10 and up may be unaccompanied by an adult in the JCA except for the fitness area where children must be 13 years old to enter. It is not appropriate for children to gather in the lobby area or hallways of the JCA.

It should be understood that the JCA cannot be held responsible for its members aged 10 and over attending the JCA and not enrolled in an organized activity. In addition, children ages 10 and up are expected to behave in a mature manner when in the building without parental supervision. Behavior that is disruptive and/or harmful to themselves or others may result in the suspension of independent privileges.

Swim Assessment Policy

All Children 12 and under are required to complete a swimming skills assessment and will be assigned a neckband based on the strength of their swimming ability.

Children must complete a 25-yard swim (without touching the bottom of the pool, grabbing the lane rope, floating on their back, or requiring assistance) on their front (freestyle, breaststroke, etc.) and tread water for 45 seconds. If they pass the test they are permitted to swim without flotation and receive a yellow neck band.

Swimmers who do not complete the test will receive a red neck band and will be required to wear a life jacket, have a parent/guardian in the water within arm’s reach or choose not to swim. The JCA will supply neckbands to each child. These bands are to be kept and brought to the pool each time to swim. Replacement bands are available for $5 each.

Swim School Policies

Parents or guardians must stay on JCA property when swimming lessons are being administered. (Exception only for children coming directly from ECE or the After School program).

  • A parent or guardian (over the age of 21) of children age 10 or younger may stay on the pool deck during class time.
  • Students who have not fully mastered toilet learning must wear both a disposable swim diaper and approved cloth swim diaper, which fits snugly at the legs and waist. Oversized swim diapers will not be permitted in the water.
  • Adults with children under 3 years old are welcome to use the adult locker room with their children. Children ages 3-15 must use the boys or girls locker room. Children ages 9 and younger must be accompanied by same-sex parents when in the locker rooms. When that doesn’t apply, there is a unisex family bathroom outside by the pool that must be used instead.
  • Please take strollers and personal belongings to the poolside. We strongly encourage all guests to leave valuables at home. The JCA assumes no responsibility for lost or stolen items.
  • Participants may not enter the water before their lesson start time and non-JCA members must exit the pool immediately afterward.
  • All Swim Instructors are American Red Cross certified with an emphasis on the fundamentals of child learning techniques for water comfort.


The JCA is dedicated to the enhancement of Jewish identity and the continuity of Jewish life. A person or persons’ act of proselytizing or teaching of non-Jewish principles in an attempt to convert members or guests is prohibited, and persons engaging in proselytizing will be required to leave the building and grounds.

JCA Campus Policies

The JCA is a kosher facility. Therefore, no deliveries of food of any kind for members from take-out restaurants will be accepted. Food brought into the building from home, outside of a JCA program or preschool, must be consumed either in the courtyard or in the outdoor pool area. Thank you for your cooperation.

Fire Alarm
For your safety and welfare, you must evacuate the building when the fire alarm sounds. You will be notified by JCA personnel when it is safe to return to the facility. Thank you for your understanding and support.

Class Payments and Refunds
All class and program fees must be paid before the beginning of the class. For one-time programs or classes, no refunds will be granted.
• 50% refund after first class
• 25% refund after second class
• No refund after third class
(excludes childcare tuition and summer camp programs)

Service Fee – Please note that a $30 service fee will be assessed for all returned checks.
Registration – JCA members are valued and will always receive priority registration.

Cancellations for Personal Training, Private Tennis and Swim Instruction
All participants registered for private tennis, swim or personal training sessions, must give at least a 24-hour notice of cancellation for already scheduled sessions. Failure to properly cancel will result in a charge for that session at the established fee.

By completing registration for a JCA program, service, event or activity you are releasing the JCA, its officers, directors, employees, agents, contract instructors, any of its program participants, equipment and facilities, donor and providers from any and all responsibility or liability to you, your children/any children you are responsible for from injuries that may be sustained while participating in or traveling to or from any program of the JCA or doing any exercise program.

By completing registration for a JCA program, service, event or activity you recognize that the JCA is a non-profit organization with respect to all services and activities provided by the JCA.

By completing registration for a JCA program, service, event or activity you permit the free use of your name/the names listed on the application and pictures in broadcasts, newspapers, brochures and any other form of communications to which such use may be applied.

Member Code of Conduct

The JCA is committed to providing a safe and welcoming environment for all members and guests. To promote safety and comfort for all, we ask individuals to act appropriately at all times when they are in our facility or participating in our programs.

We expect persons using the JCA to behave in a considerate and responsible way and to respect the rights and dignity of other members, guests and staff. Our Code of Conduct outlines actions that are deemed inappropriate.

  • Inappropriate attire. Appropriate attire in keeping with the values of the JCA must be worn at all times.
  • Angry or vulgar language, including swearing, name-calling or shouting.
  • Physical contact with another person in any angry or threatening way.
  • Any demonstration of sexual activity or sexual contact with another person.
  • Harassment or intimidation by words, gestures, body language or any menacing behavior.
  • Theft or behavior that results in the destruction of property.
  • Carrying or concealing any weapons or devices or objects that may be used as weapons with the exception of law enforcement professionals.
  • Using or possessing illegal chemicals (drugs) on JCA property, in JCA vehicles, or at JCA sponsored programs.
  • Using or possessing alcohol on JCA property, in JCA vehicles, or at JCA-sponsored programs.
  • Any other conduct of an inappropriate, threatening or offensive nature.
  • Loitering is not permitted in or outside the JCA.
  • Use of all tobacco products. Smoking (including e-cigarettes) is not permitted in or outside the JCA. The JCA and its property is a smoke-free/tobacco-free environment.
  • The JCA is dedicated to the enhancement of Jewish identity and the continuity of Jewish life. A person or persons’ act of proselytizing or teaching of non-Jewish principles in an attempt to convert members or guests is prohibited, and persons engaging in proselytizing will be required to leave the building and grounds.

In addition, the JCA reserves the right to deny access or membership to the following persons:

  • Registered sex offenders
  • Those accused/convicted of sexual abuse crimes
  • Those accused/convicted of crimes relating to the sale/use/possession/transportation of narcotics, habit forming, and/or dangerous drugs
  • Those excessively or continuously using intoxicating beverages, narcotics, or dangerous drugs

The JCA maintains a no tolerance policy concerning all of the above. Members and guests are encouraged to be responsible for their personal comfort and safety, they should report any behavior issues to a staff person or the Manager on Duty. If a member or guest feels uncomfortable in confronting the person directly, they should report the behavior to a staff person or the Manager on Duty.

Good personal hygiene, including the appropriate use of deodorant, is expected as a consideration to other members. JCA staff members are eager to be of assistance. Members and guests should not hesitate to notify a staff member if assistance is needed. In order to be able to carry out these policies, we ask that members and guests identify themselves to staff when asked. The Executive Team will investigate all reported incidents. Suspension or termination of JCA membership privileges may result from a determination by the Executive Team if in their discretion a violation of the JCA Member Code of Conduct has occurred.