We have a terrific Youth Center with awesome programs and youth. We know you will have fun and make a lot of new friends while you are here. Davis-Monthan YP has sports, instructional classes, and programs to offer for ages 3-18. Our Open Recreation Program for ages 9-18 is affiliated with the Boys and Girls Club of America, 4-H, and National Alliance for Youth Sports, so the sky is the limit on what we offer. Please stop by the Youth Center for more information!
The Pre-Teen & Teen Center is an open recreation program for 9-18 year olds and offers a variety of club programming based on the Boys and Girls Club of America and 4H Curriculum. Our facility offers a safe place for pre-teens and teens to do their homework, study, and hang with friends!
We also provide an amazing School Age Program. School Age Care provides before and after school care for children who are currently enrolled in school, ages 5-12 years old. The program offers a wide range of growth and developmental activities to children that complement, rather than duplicate, the school day. You must be enrolled in this program to participate.
Drop-in care is offered on a space-available basis.
The Youth Center facility is designed specifically for youth between the ages of 9 to 18.
Our services and programs include:
Life Skills Training
College & Career Preparation
Nutrition & Cooking Classes
Boys & Girls Club Programs
Presidential Service Award
School Age Program
Teen Center Room
The Youth Program summer camps are an excellent way to expand your child’s horizons while on a break from school! Our camps include Cooking, Archery, 4-H Babysitting, Volleyball, Forensics, Music, Missoula Children’s Theater, STEM, Science, Sports, and more. For more information or up-to-date offerings, please call the Youth Center.
The Youth Center also has a number of clubs that promote character development, inclusivity, leadership opportunities, and volunteerism.
Aviation – Designed to give attendees an experience that will help them determine if aviation or the AF Academy is a career choice.
Leadership – Provides youth what university life is like while developing their leadership skills.
Space – Youth will experience, imagine, and interact through space shuttle mission simulation, tours of the center, and a chance to witness the everyday challenges faced by astronauts.
Please contact the Youth Center for forms and further information. Criteria may be different for each camp. Applications should specify camp preference.
** More information to come
The purpose of the Keystone Club is to create high standards of health, education, character, and citizenship in order for teens to develop into responsible, productive adults.
”Keystoning” offers teens the opportunity to: develop and use leadership skills; contribute to the community through service and volunteerism; foster understanding and respect between groups and individuals; learn life skills and information for living a responsible, fulfilled life; understand and participate in our free enterprise system through fundraising activities; enjoy fellowship and develop self-confidence; participate in local and national Boys & Girls Club Programs.
The Torch Club is a nationally chartered Boys and Girls small group leadership and service club for youth ages 9-12. The Torch Club is a powerful vehicle through which club members can help meet the special character development needs of younger adolescents at a critical stage in their development. Torch Club members learn to elect officers and work together to implement activities in four areas: service to club and community, education, health and fitness, and social recreation. Through the guidance of caring adults who mentor and empower them, torch members develop the essential character traits of responsibility, respect for self and others, trustworthiness, fairness and caring. They also learn leadership skills that help them influence others in a positive way.
January – March
March – May
July – August
October – November
Youth Programs offers a wide range of organized sports activities to help develop physical, emotional, and social skills. The sports program provides opportunities for children to have contact with other youth, volunteer leaders, and Youth Program staff. It also provides opportunities for parents to socialize, and for adults to contribute to the Air Force community by serving as volunteers.
For more information, please contact at 228-8844.
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