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Youth Programs

School Age Care

School-Age Care (SAC) program provides quality “out of school” activities for children who have started kindergarten up to sixth grade. Our program is designed to enhance rather than duplicate the school day, we are affiliated with The Boys & Girls Clubs of America (BGCA) and offer 4-H programs. SAC offers before- and after- school programs as well as hourly care. Children can utilize hourly care up to 10 hours per week during the school year.  Our counselors schedule developmentally appropriate activities in core programing areas and technology are planned based on knowledge of youth development and needs and interests of our children enrolled. SAC programs are DoD certified and nationally accredited by the Council on Accreditation (COA).

Sports & Fitness

Our Youth Sports and Fitness (YSF) program plans, organizes, and conducts sports leagues, skills clinics, camps, fitness/health classes, special sporting events, and outdoor recreation activities for children and youth 3 to 18 years old. Our Sports programs are affiliated with the National Alliance for Youth Sports. YSF provides the following baseline sports each year: Flag Football & Cheerleading, Soccer, Basketball, and Baseball & Softball for ages three to eighteen. We also provide locally selected sports such as: golf, volleyball, pickle ball, taekwondo, early start, start smart and home-school physical education and fitness programing.

YSF programs are driven with the support of volunteer coaches. If you have the talent or spirit of working with youth in developing their motor and social skills, please contact our YSF program for further information in regards to becoming a Volunteer Coach. 

Teen Center

Teen Programs that are recreational programs that provide quality “out of school” activities for preteens and teens.   These programs are designed to meet the academic, social and developmental needs of today’s youth from seventh grade to twelfth grade or the age of 18. These programs are DoD certified and affiliated with BGCA and 4-H. Transportation to the Teen Program is provided from area high schools. The Teen Program  has a full-court indoor gym used for sports, dances and instructional programs, a technology lab for homework, music room, a large social activity area for eating, playing board games, video games, billiard, foosball,  provides a large outdoor lawn for social lounging and volleyball.  Teen program offers opportunities in life skills; citizenship and leadership; leisure, recreation and arts, as well as mentoring, intervention and support services.

Youth Sponsorship

Youth Sponsorship (grades 3-12) provides access to positive peer groups and social activities, helping military children feel connected at their new duty station.

If interested in connecting your child with a local youth sponsor, please email the School Liaison or Youth Program

For Youth Sponsorship with School Age Care or Youth Programs, participants must be enrolled or a registered user.



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