Empowering young people to reach their full potential

Our youth sports use friendly competition as a way to unite young people around a shared goal and help them thrive as part of a team.

Monthly Sports Programs

Register Online or stop by the front desk to register in person. When you register for a program/class it will now ask you to sign a Waiver & Draft form. Once registered, your automatic payment will occur on the 1st of every month. Anyone can register at any time throughout the school year (August-May) & when there is an opening in the class, your child will start right away. We will prorate & offer make up classes as needed but there will not be a way to sign up in advance for future months until after 25th of the current month. You can sign your child up for a class and they will stay in that class until the end of the school year (May 26, 2024). If at any time you wish to cancel registration you will fill out a digital cancelation form by the 20th of the month. Your child’s enrollment will then expire at the end of that month.

*If the program/class is full, we suggest you join the waitlist. This will allow our program directors to add more of the high demand classes or put you in line for when a spot opens up for that program/class.




This program gives 4 & 5 year olds who are just starting group interactions the opportunity to experience multiple sports and activities. This will include fun skills and games related to the sport/activity of the week. The focus of the class is to teach good listening habits and basic skills and develop coordination.



Did you know that Basketball was invented by the Y in 1891? Learn basketball fundamentals in a positive environment that promotes good sportsmanship.


Develop body coordination through fun activities involving rock climbing in our indoor rock climbing wall. Rock climbing is a full-body workout for both youth and adults that requires intense concentration. We offer belay classes and fitness climbing for youth ages 6-12.




Designed for beginners and experienced fencers ages 10 and up, this class teaches basic moves of this international competitive sport. Equipment is provided. 


Golf provides a place where kids 8-14 years old can learn a life long game while having fun and burning off energy. This class will concentrate on the basics and fundamentals to get kids comfortable with the sport!


Judo is a sport of unarmed combat derived from Jujitsu and intended to train the body and mind. It involves using holds and leverage to unbalance the opponent. Judo can help improve balance, flexibility, and increase coordination. This makes it an amazing workout for adults and fun for the whole family! Ages 5 & up.



The Self Defense class teaches how to react to and evade dangerous situations without years of training by using simple effective techniques taught by experienced Martial Arts instructor Master Peter Hirt. Class sizes are small so that people of all abilities, ages 9 and up can learn self-defense techniques.




Participants develop fundamental soccer skils in non-competitive environment. Social development, rhythm of play, timing, body awareness and character development are emphasized. New games are introduced each week to create a FUN environment to practice passing, trapping, dribbling and shooting.



Speed and Agility training is training for athletes 6-14 yeras of age. The class will teach speed, balance and core strength. Our goal is to connect kids to their potential!



Students ages 6 and up learn a Korean-style martial art in a familyoriented program. Emphasis is placed on overall self-improvement, selfcontrol, and discipline as well as physical fitness, self-defense, balance, flexibility, and strength. Instructors from the I.K. Kim Tae Kwon Do Centers teach



Did you know volleyball was invented at the Y in 1895?This program gives players ages 6-12 the opportunity to improve their game and have fun learning the fundamentals of volleyball. The clinic is taught by Karen Miranda, a former collegiate player and coach.