Youth Development

Child Care

Families are at the core of the Y’s focus and supporting parents by providing nurturing child care in a safe place is one way the Y can help. At the YMCA, children learn primary skills, establish healthy relationships and gain independence through caring, honesty, respect and responsibility.

  • After school care (including school age childcare 5 days/week)
  • Child Watch
  • Kid’s Club

Learn more about Child Care services offered at the Y

Education & Leadership

All children have great potential and the Y is here to help them achieve it. Children of all ages can gain confidence in themselves through setting and reaching personal and educational goals. By participating in leadership and academic programs, such as school readiness, tutoring, and mentoring, we help ensure each child develops a vision for their future and participates in making their community stronger.

Academic Enrichment

  • Abundant Assets
  • Home school Enrichment Classes
  • School Readiness Programs
  • Tutoring

Leadership Development

Youth Civic Engagement

  • Youth and Government

Swim, Sports & Play

Learning to be active and developing good habits are important for a long and healthy life. At the Y, children learn these values while gaining confidence and mastering skills, including teamwork and good sportsmanship.

Competitive Swimming & Sports

  • Swimming
  • Stroke & conditioning clinics
  • Youth triathlons

Recreation

  • Teen Clubs

Youth Sports Programs

  • Youth Baseball
  • Youth Basketball
  • Youth Flag football
  • Youth Karate
  • Youth Soccer

Youth Swim Lessons

  • Adapted Swim Lessons – Children w/Disabilities
  • Child/Parent Swim Classes
  • Pre-school Swim Classes
  • Youth Lessons

Camp

Give your children the opportunity to enjoy fun, games, build character and self-esteem, and make lasting friendships by enrolling them in the YMCA’s  Summer Day Camp!

To learn more about this program, visit the Camp page.