Informational Sessions

Learn more about MoEd Summer Camp at our informational sessions on the following dates. Each session runs from 5:30–6:30 pm. 

Monday, January 14
Thursday, February 21
Monday, March 18
Thursday, April 11
Monday, May 20


"Made in Israel" תוצרת ישראל

June 17–August 2, 2019

Each week of this year’s summer camp program is dedicated to a field of knowledge that Israel has advanced in and has produced known experts and world-renowned people, awards, Nobel prizes, breakthrough technology, patents in agriculture, science, medicine and engineering. 


Why MoEd?

The same amazing teachers that run MoEd all year are happy to run a summer camp where kids love to come, and parents have a hard time making them leave. 

Daily Program

During the week, our campers have three days of chugim (electives) with options, and two days with afternoon arts and crafts and watch a movie. We go daily to a private pool. The camp is conducted mostly in Hebrew, with lots of Israeli songs and dances. 

Our experienced staff who works all year round, teaching experiential Jewish and Hebrew, infused with fun-loving activities, leads the kids through the day full of arts, sports, outdoor activities, and tons of games. And yes, all that is done in Hebrew and in Jewish! 

Sample Schedule

7:00–9:00 am Early Drop-off (available at an additional charge)
9:00 am Arrival, morning activity (Games in stations), warm up
9:30 am–12:30 pm Work by age groups around daily theme
12:30–1:00 pm Clean up and leave for pool
1:00–3:00 pm Swimming
3:00–3:30 pm Snack
3:30–4:45 pm Chug (Elective) 1 Movie/Elective Art
5:00–6:00 pm Chug (Elective) 2


  • Open to children entering grades K-8.

  • Located in the air-conditioned building of Ohr Kodesh Congregation, with as much time outside as possible in nearby Rock Creek Park, Ray's Meadow, and a nearby private pool.

  • Registration is flexible! Register for one, two, three... up to seven and a half weeks for half- or full-day camp.

  • Camp hours are 9:00 am – 6:00 pm.

  • Before-care available at an extra cost.

Program Highlights

  • Swimming at a private pool

  • Weekly special outdoor activities (like wall climbing, kayaking, day trips)

  • Cooking and baking

  • Israeli, Hebrew-speaking staff, including three emissaries from the Jewish Agency for Israel.

  • Easy access from I-495, Bethesda, Silver Spring, and Washington, DC.


For my daughter, the highlights of camp last summer included hiking downhill through Rock Creek Park (a bus brought the campers back uphill) and a kayaking excursion.
— Elizabeth W.