Engage in your world and in your community with activities geared for tween and teens at your local Y.
The Y is committed to ensuring that every youth has the opportunity to become a healthy, contributing member of society. We offer teens a safe environment where they can develop healthy, trusting relationships and build self-reliance through the Y values of caring, honesty, respect and responsibility.
From sports to STEM, find your passion or try something new at the Y.
Let’s get creative in the kitchen! We start with learning the basics, then turn up the heat to practice making more complex meals. Perfect for novices or teens ready to sharpen their skills.
Shoot hoops or practice your serves! Check the schedule at your local Y for open gym, basketball, pickleball, table tennis, and volleyball drop-in offerings.
Whether it's ZUMBA, yoga, H.I.I.T. or cycle, the Y's group fitness classes are open to teen members ages 14 and older. Check out the schedule at your local Y.
Come hang at your local Y! Spend time with friends, play video games, or battle each other in foosball.
Combine fitness, meditation, discipline, self-defense, and self-confidence in Karate or Tae Kwon Do programs for tweens and teens.
Whether you're seeking extra guidance in the gym, an athlete needing support training, or wanting to break out of a fitness plateau, our trainers will help you reach your goals.
The Y has sports for teens, including basketball, volleyball, and badminton! Check out what’s coming up.
Innovate, explore, and learn! Get engaged in science, technology, engineering, or math through hands-on, interactive projects.
Youth ages 10 - 13 will learn proper use of cardio and strength equipment and fitness center rules in this orientation class, a requirement for using our fitness centers before age 14.
Get involved in your local Y by volunteering. Choose one-time events like Healthy Kids Day or ongoing opportunities with youth sports and more.
Our outdoor leadership trips will take teens to some of the most beautiful and natural places in the Pacific Northwest while inspiring them to be their most courageous and confident selves.
With a shared commitment to nurturing the potential of kids, improving health and well-being, and supporting our neighbors, your membership will not just bring about meaningful change in yourself, but also in your community.
Volunteering can be fun and fulfilling. Benefits include: improving mood, decreasing stress, exploring passions, and gaining new skills. Whatever your reasons for volunteering, it’s good for your mind and your body, and strengthens our communities.