Youth Instructional Programs

Youth Instructional Programs offer experiential learning, personal enrichment, skill building and wellness opportunities, as well as recreational opportunities for fitness, fun and positive social interaction.
Before beginning the enrollment process, please review the online registration instructions.

Public Skate

Public skate has returned for the spring! Please join us from 6:15-7:30pm at the Whittemore Center.

Dates: 2/6, 2/13, 2/20, 2/27, 3/5, 3/12

Wide shot of people skating on the Whittemore Center ice.

Wildcat Day Out

No school? Join Campus Recreation Youth Program staff for a day of group activities, arts and crafts, sports, and team builders. Open to students in grades 1-6. 

Register here

vacation week activities for kids

Learn to Skate

Level 1 skate focuses on developing introductory skills including sit and stand on ice, forward movement, backward movement, and stops. Level 2 skate focuses on developing and strengthening skills including forward movement (march to glide), backward movement, turns, stops, and curves. For grades 1-6.

Level 1 Skate

Level 2 skate

Two children ice skating

Kid's Night Out

Kids Night Out is a fun, creative, and safe environment for children to have a fun filled evening during the winter season. Participants will have the opportunity to play sports and games, make crafts, and sip hot cocoa with a tasty treat!

Register here

Child painting a blue wooden star

Kid Cooks

Participants prepare delicious recipes in an interactive, fun, and safe environment, and eat their creations at the end of each session. Open to grades 1-6.

Register for kid cooks

Kids slicing fruit

Youth Strength and Conditioning

Using age-appropriate movements and skills, youth will learn and develop functional movement patterns that will serve them as they grow.

Coming this fall

Three kids doing squat exercises.

Youth Volleyball Clinic

The UNH Women’s Club Volleyball team is hosting a youth volleyball clinic for students in grades 5-8. The clinic gives young players the opportunity to focus on fundamental skills while providing participants with tools and methods to strengthen playing ability. 

Coming this spring

Young child playing volleyball.

Youth Lacrosse Clinic

The UNH women’s club lacrosse team is hosting a youth lacrosse clinic that will give young players the opportunity to work with UNH women's club players on fundamentals while providing tools to better their playing ability.

Coming this spring

Lacrosse ball in lacrosse stick.

Tennis Lessons

Players learn proper technique, strokes, and mechanics through drills and games. O

Tennis Lessons Level 1 Registration (Grades 1-6)

Tennis Lessons Level 2 Registration (Grades 1-6)

High School Tennis Series (Grades 9-12)

Tennis racket on tennis court next to a tennis ball

Learn to Swim

Lessons for pre-school and youth at the Swasey Indoor Pool. 

Register for the Learn to Swim program

Child swimming lesson

Archery Program

Learn the proper safety, shooting techniques, scoring, eye dominance, alignment, and hand position with re-curve bows. Open to students in grades 5-8.

Returning Spring of 2025

Child using archery bow

Learn to Boulder

Climbers in grades 2-8 improve their coordination, strength and focus through games on the HRC bouldering wall.

Returning soon.

Learn to boulder

Registrations for trips, classes, certifications, lessons, birthday parties, academic year youth programs, and any other Campus Recreation programs are non-refundable.
Full refunds will be issued in the event Campus Recreation or UNH cancels a program.
Contact if you have additional questions.