Classes for Teens

The JCC offers Teens a variety of recreational and vocational experiences throughout the year.  From babysitting to fitness, volunteer and internship experiences to paid job opportunities, there's something here for you.


Teens 13 to 18 years can join the JCC for only $75. This category enables teens to participate in classes and take music lessons at the member rate without requiring the whole family to join the JCC but does not include access to the Fitness Center.


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Innovative Jewish experiences that fit teens’ interests, personalities, and schedules. Teens grades 8-12 can take a single class or create a schedule with several weekly or monthly experiences.  Bring your interest and enthusiasm for Jewish learning (synagogue membership not required)!


Whether they choose a class on film, music, performing arts, or comedy, Jewish teens across Westchester will be able to find a program that will feed a passion!


The WJTL is coordinated by The Jewish Education Project with generous funding from UJA-Federation of NY and Neshamot.

SAT Prep Course                      Register

with MEC and Robert Jacobson Sports

You’re going to spend over $100,000 on your child’s college education.
How wisely you get to spend it begins with their SAT score.

Join Robert Jacobson Sports unique course conducted by Mr. Michael Marlowe and his company Math and English Consulting and we will show you how to raise your child’s SAT score. 

8 classroom sessions, 2 practice tests

   SAT Test Date                    Course dates

January 25, 2014                   Sunday 9:00-11:30 a.m. October 27-January 19
                                                  Practice test 10/17 & 12/12, 10:00 a.m.-2:00 p.m.

March 8, 2014                        Sunday 12:00-2:30 p.m.  December 8-March 2
                                                  Practice test 12/12 & 2/23, 10:00 a.m.-2:00 p.m.

We must have a minimum of six students to run a class. Space is limited - First Come First Served

Michael Marlowe is one of the premier SAT test preparation instructors in the country. Mr. Marlowe spent over 16 years with Kaplan and was the Product Manager for Huntington Learning Centers. Michael re-created Huntington Learning Centers entire SAT program and re-built their SAT division. 

In December of 1999, Michael developed Math and English Consulting, his own SAT Prep and College Consulting Business. MEC has produced many partnerships with schools across the area.  Schools that have partnered with MEC include Adelphi Academy in Brooklyn, LaSalle H.S. in Manhattan and Stamford H.S. in Connecticut. MEC was able to raise SAT scores in the Stamford School District for the first time in 5 years after 5 consecutive years of declining scores. Michael serves on the advisory board of Youth Education through Sports (YES, Inc.) that provides SAT programs to NCAA Division I eligible minority students in New York City. 

Special Needs Training Institute (SNiTI)

An exclusive program in which 12 high-school students from Tarrytown and Sleepy Hollow serve as peer mentors and buddies to their counterparts who have developmental, physical or emotional disabilities. Students are required to commit 75 hours (35 hours community service, 40 hours stipend) working in the JCC's Super Sunday program. In addition, each student participates in five, three-hour training sessions held on Sundays from noon-3:00 p.m. at Mercy College. Participants are selected for this rewarding program each fall.

To schedule and inerview, e-mail Mindy Cohen, LMSW, Director of Special Needs Services at the JCC on the Hudson. This project made possible through a generous grant from the J.E. & Z.B. Butler Foundation.

Sleepy Hollow Academy for Disability Education (SHADE)

The JCC and the Tarrytown Union Free School District are partnering to provide a SNiTI-style experience for Tarrytown High School students right in their own school. In this unique work-study program, high school students learn skills and techniques which prepare them for working with children who have special needs. The students earn money as they engage in a supervised internship, learn about job skills, build confidence and self-esteem.

Interviews are announced in September at Sleepy Hollow High School and are held after school.