The San Antonio Parks and Recreation department offers numerous opportunities for our youth to get active and fit by participating in sports such as T-ball, volleyball, basketball and soccer. Youth sports leagues are offered in various seasons year round. To sign-up, parents are asked to call the community center to confirm which sport and age divisions they are hosting. Parents should then register online or visit the center to complete a registration form and pay the registration fee. The $10 fee (per child), includes a team shirt. Hours at the participating community centers are Monday through Thursday, 2 to 9 p.m., Friday, 2 to 7 p.m. and Saturday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Please click HERE for more information and a map of local community centers with phone numbers.
2 free games for kids, every day, all summer long late Spring to early Fall, at the following bowling alleys. Register below at participating lanes. www.kidsbowlfree.com.
Boys & Girls Clubs of San Antonio serves youth through a variety of after-school and summer programs including homework assistance, technology centers, teen centers, career exploration, job assistance, sports and recreation, art classes and leadership development.
123 Ralph Avenue
San Antonio, TX 78204
Everyone knows the Y as a place to camp, swim, or exercise, but we’re so much more. We’re working side-by-side with our neighbors to address critical community needs that help kids develop into smart, resilient adults, for people to improve their health and build a sense of community, and for our most vulnerable young people to get the care and support they need.
Many children and adult programs including: after school programs; summer camps; child care; literacy; weight management; and tutoring. With over 12 locations in the San Antonio area! FREE summer membership to all 13-18 year olds!!
The City of San Antonio Department of Human Services operates the After School Challenge Program through contractual agreements and established partnerships with eight school districts and four community based organizations. After School Challenge provides activities, both educationally based and recreational, to youth at 146 school sites during the school year. Fees for the program are based on family income, family size and the number of children participating in the program. All students at a particular school site are eligible to register. For further registration information, please contact your school site or agency providing the program.
Check website for a complete lists of schools that offer this program.