Teen Programs at the Y

What are Teen Programs?
Somewhere between becoming an adult and being a kid, a teen is discovering who they are and who they want to be. Often misunderstood, teens want us to know that they are growing up. At the Y, we know that teenagers will rise to meet expectations set for them, so we set our expectations high. Mentors, staff and other role models value our teens’ individuality and guide them toward becoming responsible and engaged adults.

Homework Help
Monday-Friday 2:30-7:30pm @ the C.O. Miller Teen Center

Tournament Extravaganza
Mondays 4:00-5:00pm @ the C.O. Miller Teen Center
– Show off your skills in basketball, soccer, pool, ping pong, and much more. Each week there will be a new and exciting challenge.

Tuesdays 7:00-8:00pm @ the C.O. Miller Teen Center by 6:45pm  to walk over to the indoor pool (@ The Hickory Foundation’s Indoor Pool) –  Enjoy Free swim and challenges with your friends in the indoor pool.

Intro to Computer Hardware
Wednesdays 4:00-5:00pm @ the C.O. Miller Teen Center’s Computer Lab – Learn the inner workings of a computer system by dissembling and reassembling computer systems in hands on lab. You will learn what function each component does, how it works, and how it is constructed in the computer system. By the end of this course, you will have full working knowledge of how to build a complete computer system and how to trouble all major hardware problems.

Daily Mix
Thursdays 4:30pm-5:00pm @ the C.O. Miller Teen Center – An energetic & fun teen fitness class that includes a variety of exercises that will help you look and feel your best.

Climbing to New Heights
Fridays 4:00-5:00pm – Meet at the C.O. Miller Teen Center by 3:45pm to walk over to the climbing tower ( @ Hickory Foundation YMCA’s Climbing Tower) – Challenge yourself to scale a 28 foot tower. Gain rock climbing knowledge and skill that can be taken anywhere.

Leaders’ Club Meetings
@ the C.O. Miller Teen Center – Leader’s Club emphasizes teamwork, physical fitness, leadership, volunteerism, and fun! It is a national YMCA program since 1885 that provides middle and high school students with opportunities to receive leadership training that enhances social and emotional growth while teaching the importance of social responsibility and service to others.

Contact Alysse Dambach at 828-322-9284 or [email protected] for more information.

Black Achievers Meetings
@ the C.O. Miller Teen Center – Black Achievers educates and exposes middle and high school students to various career fields in the business industry as well as promote and encourage students to further their education to post-secondary institutions. The program uses adult African Americans who have achieved success in the professional and/or work world as role models for students.

Contact Thelma Harold at 828-324-2858 or [email protected] for more information.

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