8th Grade Bridge

8th Grade

The 8th grade program aims to bridge the gap between middle school and high school. As a follow up to the 7th Grade Initiative, the 8th Grade Bridge seeks to sustain the teachings and support of the Y by providing a safe place where students can continue to develop personally and academically.

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Family Fun Night

All ages

Family Fun Nights at the YMCA are a wonderful way for families to learn, grow and thrive together. Join us each month for a new theme and lots of family-friendly activities.  Family Fun Night is free to members and is hosted at all 4 of our YMCA of York and York County Branches.  Learn More

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Kid’s Night Out

Ages 5-12

Kids Night Out is offered one Friday of each month (excluding summer months) from 6:00-9:30pm. There will be fun activities including roller skating, arts & crafts, swimming, and gym activities. Pizza will be provided the night of the event.

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STEM Camp

4th and 5th Grade

This summer program aims to prevent summer learning loss while getting fourth and fifth grade students excited about STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics). Program details will be posted on March 1, 2019.  Contact Program Director, for more information.

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Y Readers

1st to 9th Grade

A reading program designed to help students improve their reading and writing skills and to address the achievement gap the nation faces.  Program details will be posted on March 1, 2019.  Contact Program Director, for more information.

 

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Y-Achievers

9th to 12th Grade

Y-Achievers is a college-preparatory program that helps teens and young adults prepare for their futures. The program includes: Career exploration, SAT/ACT preparation, tutoring, networking, mentoring, college tours, communication workshops, and leadership development workshops.  Learn more

 

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Youth and Government

7th - 12th Grade

This program aims to develop young men and women to be better citizens by being both knowledgeable and active in determining the future of our democracy. Students meet with other Youth and Government clubs, discuss, debate and propose legislation for change.

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Youth Wellness Center Program

Ages 11-13

Youth learn to how to use cardio and strength equipment safely and effectively in this 4 class program.  A new fitness topic and skill is introduced each week.  Parental participation is required.

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