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After School Program
The After School Program will return when WES returns to its regular in-school schedule.
Every day the Youth Center provides area kids with a safe, well-supervised place to do homework, play games, explore art activities, or simply hang out with friends. Staff and volunteers, including Williams College students, are on hand daily to mentor younger people as they work on athletic, study, and social skills. The after-school program is open to children grades 1-8. Learn more here.
Before School Program
The Before School Program will return when WES returns to its regular in-school schedule.
The WYC operates a before school program from 7–8:30am each weekday. Kids join us for a light breakfast (cereal and fruit), games, homework help, and more before walking over to the elementary school.
+ Grades k-8 welcome.
+ Cost of the program is $10 per child per day.
All-Day Program will return when WES returns to its regular in-school schedule.
The Youth Center opens its door from 8am-5:30pm on snow days, all-day school staff development days, and school vacations, including an eight-week summer camp.
Vacation camp days include a daily variety of indoor and outdoor play, athletics, and art activities. Our summer camp features weekly trips to area swimming spots as well as longer field trips to regional attractions.
All-day programs are supervised by Youth Center staff as well as our core of college student workers and volunteers, with additional support provided by local secondary school counselors and volunteers. Grades 1-8 welcome.
Arts and Theater
Learn more about our arts and theater programs.
Dance and Movement
Learn more about our creative movement and youth ballet classes, happening during the school year.
Learn more about our youth sports programs here.
Cross Country Running
Hockey and Skating
Skiing and Snowboarding
Swimming and Diving
Track & Field
From time to time the Youth Center hosts programs for adults, including painting, movement, and yoga classes designed specifically for adults. Please email Mike at firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested in teaching a class.
The Youth Center is committed to making our programs and services available to all area families. For this reason, we provide need-based scholarships so that any child can afford to participate. Please contact Michael Williams at email@example.com to apply.