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JCC Chicago Apachi Evanston *

St. Joan of Arc School
9248 N. Lawndale
Evanston, IL 60203
Phone: 773-516-5883
Fax: 847-675-4910
Email: msteinberg@jccchicago.org
Web: http://www.apachi.org/evanston
Contact: Matt Steinberg, Director

A special sense of community is fostered at Apachi Evanston and it carries over from summer to summer. Endless fun and activities, including sports, performing arts, fine arts, teambuilding and more mean there's something for everyone each day. There is plenty of air-conditioned classroom space for activities and exploration, a large gymnasium, multi-purpose rooms, a stage and an outdoor playground, plus open green fields and plenty of shaded areas for outdoor play. Several specialty programs are offered as well, including Performing Arts Camp, Sports, Apachi Ivrit and Apachi Ivrit Sports. Apachi Evanston really has all the ingredients for one fantastic summer. 3 years-8th grade + CIT.

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