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.

Covid-19 Update

Due to the public health concern caused by the COVID-19 virus, all youth programming is canceled until further notice. Please check back for updates.

Kid Cooks

Learn how fun and easy cooking can be in the Hamel Rec Center (HRC) Demo Kitchen! Participants prepare delicious recipes in an interactive, fun and safe environment.

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Kid cooks classes

Tennis Lessons

Players learn proper technique, strokes, and mechanics through drills and games. Open to students in grades 1-6.

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youth tennis instructions with campus rec

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.

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youth archery instruction with campus rec

Learn to Boulder

Climbers in grades 4-6 improve their coordination, strength and focus through games on the HRC bouldering wall.

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Learn to boulder

School's 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.

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vacation week activities for kids

Learn to Swim

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

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Child swimming lesson

Jazz Dance

Learn the various forms that make up this diverse genre of dance. Classic jazz technique, lyrical jazz, modern jazz, and hip hop. Increase flexibility, strength and technique. Open to students in grades 1-6.

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Munchkin Multi-sports

Children will be familiarized with team sports and the concept of sportsmanship. This three-day class offering provides an intro to basketball, t-ball, and soccer. Each sport is taught with an emphasis on sportsmanship. Open to students in grades K-2.

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Kids playing with parachute

Youth Karate

Introduction to traditional Okinawan Karate-Do. Learn basic techniques, self-defense, and stances, and learn how the philosophy of traditional training can improve self-discipline, confidence, balance and respect.

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karate lessons

Registrations for trips, classes, certifications, lessons, birthday parties, academic year youth programs and any other Campus Recreation programs are non-refundable.  If unable to attend and Campus Recreation is provided a minimum of 7 days notice, a credit will be made available for a comparable program within the same academic or fiscal year.  If Campus Recreation cancels a program, full refunds will be given.