To begin the registration process:
When it comes to YMCA out of school time programs, we’re the experts in awesome adventures! We provide after school activities, infant and preschool education and camps for every stage of life. Signing up is easy!
- View our English Registration Checklist or Spanish Registration Checklist to expedite the sign-up process
- View our Parent Handbook
- Must be a YMCA Facility or Impact Member to register your child for camp. Not a member yet? No problem! Visit our membership page to learn more.
- After you have become a member you can register for camp.
- If you need financial assistance, please visit your local YMCA. You will need to bring your most recent tax return or a no filing letter for income verification. Financial assistance is available from other subsides as well.
- If your child has any special needs or will need special accommodations while in our care, please contact your local Y prior to starting the registration process.
Your child will not be enrolled in an out of school time program until we receive the following:
- Signed registration form
- Completed and signed General Liability Waiver
- Received or scheduled payment
We ask that you have the following information available when you begin the online registration process:
- Name of camp location / Name of the school where your child will attend
- Child’s student ID number (This number is issued by the school. The number is on your child’s report card or it is your child’s lunch number. You can obtain it by calling the school.)
- Emergency contact information for someone other than yourself (not a parent or guardian)
- Parent/Guardian name, address and phone number
- Release of contact information
- Insurance information
- Physician’s information
- Hospital information
- Shot record
- Payment information
“My child has been going to YMCA Summer Day Camp since she was 6 and loves it more every year. Camp has taught her many important lessons about herself and others. The growth in her self-confidence has been measurable. She comes home standing tall and proud of her day’s accomplishments. Her amazing counselors have also taught her empathy and responsibility. She even says she wants to be a counselor when she grows up! I highly recommend camp for any child.”