All youth have great potential. At the Y, we work every day to help them set and achieve their personal and educational goals. As a result, millions of children and teens nationwide gain confidence as they recognize the Y as a place where they belong and can feel comfortable exploring new interests and passions.
Here at Copley-Price Family YMCA, our teen programs provide teens a safe place to call their own and a chance to connect with positive role models and adults who care about them. Teen programs include youth development activities, leadership groups, community service projects, exposure to diverse career options, after-school activities, tutoring and mentoring, sports and so much more!
Copley-Price Family YMCA offers a variety of programs for teenagers ages 13 to 18 years. Our goal is to educate today's teens and build foundations that help them grow into healthy, confident, successful adults.
Youth & Government
- High School — Grades 9 to 12
Model Legislature & Court (Coming Soon)
Teen Leadership Conference
- Step Up — Grade 11
An internship and college prep program that is a collaboration between Hoover High School, the Consensus Organizing Center at San Diego State University and Copley-Price Family YMCA.
- Tutoring & Homework Support — Ages 13 to 18
Get the support you need to reach your academic goals! Stop by the Teen Center from 4:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m., Monday through Friday, for tutoring or homework help in all subjects. Information: Hector Borja, email@example.com, 619-280-9622.
- Leader's Club — Ages 13 to 18
Leader's Club is a service-learning program for teens ages 13 to 18. Learn the importance of giving back to the community by joining this program that meets once a week to plan social events, volunteer for community service and hold fundraisers. FREE; must register with Hector Borja, firstname.lastname@example.org, 619-280-9622.
- Teen Open Gym— Ages 13 to 18
Teens are given the opportunity to take over the gym on a monthly basis to play pick-up games in basketball and other alternating sports. Please see the schedule on the Teen Center page for days and times. Schedule may change without notice.
For more information, please contact Hector Borja email@example.com, 619-280-9622 ext. 11615.
Where did you go to college?
Show your school spirit and inspire future
scholars by donating a pennant from your alma mater and/or making a
donation of $25 or more to Copley-Price Family YMCA’s post-graduation
readiness and scholarship program for mid-city teens. See Pennant Drive.
Earn a Free Membership!
Students can receive a free teen membership by earning points through the YMCA Teen Incentive Program (Y-TIP) in exchange for their commitment to academic excellence and post-high school readiness.
Each month participants must earn points to gain and retain his or her monthly membership. See the Teen Director for more details!
Sign up today for our teen program activities and events — don't miss out on the fun! Register online or in-person at the Welcome Center.
619-280-9622, ext. 11615