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YWCA Greenwich After-School Programs

YWCA Greenwich Kaleidoscope After-School for girls & boys, Kindergarten to 5th grade combines homework, enrichment and sports to build on classroom learning, while having fun.  Well-supervised activities include STEAM Lab, Computer Coding, Zaniac and 20 other activities to keep children occupied and safe in a friendly environment.

 

YW Hub is a perfect hangout for middle school girls and boys. The program allows students to be with friends, share ideas, get help with homework and participate in extracurricular activities and sports.  Counselors who are specially trained to relate to this age group guide students through activities and can be an ear for those who want to talk about what to expect in high school. 

 

Kaleidoscope Vacation Camp provides a full day of engaging and interactive activities for children on most days when public schools are closed for holidays or vacations. Campers enjoy indoor and outdoor activities, along with special field trips. 

 

YWCA Greenwich Youth Aquatics and Fitness

YWCA Greenwich Dolphin Swim School for ages 6 months to teens. Children are almost never too young to begin a lifelong love of the water. In the YWCA’s warm-water pool, lifeguards who are American Red Cross certified teach all levels of swimming.  Small groups and private lessons are available. 

 

YWCA Greenwich Baseball & Softball Team Play & Training has everything you need to win – a great coaching staff, an indoor/outdoor pitching machine and batting cage system, a pitching mound, bats, balls and helmets, and an available strength and conditioning center. 

 

YWCA Greenwich Girls Strength for ages 13 and older is designed to help female athletes maintain and gain strength to support them in their sports activities. 

 

YWCA Greenwich Junior Golf for ages 5 – 12.  No matter what level, YWCA golf instruction will help your child improve their game through a five-level program that’s individualized to allow students to learn at their own pace. Students also participate in STEAM labs that allow them to explore academic concepts like gravity, force, and spin throughout the game. 

 

YWCA Greenwich Gymnastics School for ages 16 months – teens. Sue Knight, award-winning Greenwich High School varsity coach, teaches all levels of gymnastics while emphasizing building confidence, strength, flexibility and physical coordination. 

 

YWCA Greenwich Tennis for ages 3 – 13 is taught by USTPA certified instructors Hugh and Betsy Underhill.  Classes develop sound tennis fundamentals using age-appropriate-sized racquets and balls while encouraging self-confidence and good sportsmanship. 

 

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