Note: Registration forms are now available to print & as fillable PDFs. For the English form, click here. For the Spanish form, click here.
When can I register?
- Currently Enrolled: If your child is currently enrolled in our YouthCity Summer Program, enrollment will be open on Wednesday, August 7th, 2019.
- Not Currently Enrolled: Open registration to community begins Wednesday, August 14th, 2019.
*Update for the 2019-2020 school year*
Dear YouthCity Families,
Preparations for the 2019-2020 YouthCity After School Program are well under way. We are excited to have your child participate in our program this school year. Please complete and submit the packet (English ver. here, Spanish ver. here) to a Community Programs Manager to enroll your child in our program. Please note the following changes for this program year:
August 2019 Program Fees: Monthly program fees are calculated based on family size and income. To determine the program fee for your family, see page two of the registration form. This year, the YouthCity 2019-20 Afterschool Program starts on the first day of school August 19, 2019. Beginning this school year, students qualifying for free lunch may request a fee waiver form. Please see your Community Program Manager for a copy of this form. Because the August program month is short, the Aug. 2019 program fees are one-half of the regular monthly program fees.
|Program Fees||August 2019 Program Fees|
School and Site Assignments for 2019-2020: Below is a list of school assignments for our five YouthCity locations. Please locate your child’s school and enroll your child at the corresponding YouthCity program. YouthCity vans will provide transport from these schools to the sites noted below.
615 S. 300 E.
1040 E. 2250 S.
1031 S. 600 E.
233 N. Canyon Rd
1383 S. 900 W.
|Bennion Elementary||Beacon Heights Elementary||Emerson Elementary||Ensign Elementary||DIA Dual Immersion Academy|
|Clayton Middle||Clayton Middle||Clayton Middle||Bryant Middle||Edison Elementary|
|Liberty Elementary||Dillworth Elementary||Hawthorne Elementary||Jackson Elementary||Glendale Middle|
|Salt Lake Arts Academy||Highland Park Elementary||Liberty Elementary||Madeline Choir School||Mountain View Elementary|
|Whittier Elementary||Hillside Middle||Whittier Elementary||The Open Classroom||Park View Elementary|
|Nibley Park Elementary||Wasatch Elementary||Riley Elementary|
|Washington Elementary||Wallace Stegner Academy|
Thank you for the opportunity to work with your children. We look forward to a successful school year. Sending my best!
Youth & Family Associate Director, Salt Lake City Corporation
Note: For a printable version of this update, click here. For a Spanish version of this update, click here.
Start Date: August 19, 2019
Who: Salt Lake City residents grades 3-8 (Ages 8-14). Only Salt Lake City residents qualify for fee reduction. Non-residents pay full fee.
Where: Click here to find a youth program near you
What: Students select their classes at the beginning of each session and learn from program staff and educational professionals from partner organizations. Classes meet twice a week for 6-8 weeks, providing each student ample time to explore new talents and develop new skills.
3:00-4:00 Snack/Free Time/Group Meeting
4:00-5:00 Class Period 1
5:00-5:45 Class Period 2
5:45-6:00 Clean up, Free time, Pick-up
12:30-2:00 Arrival Activities
2:00-3:15 Class Period
3:15-3:30 Snack/Free Time
3:30-5:30 Friday Activity
5:30-6:00 Clean up, Free time, Pick-up
Class Examples: YouthCity offers many engaging classes in subjects like: Visual Arts, Life Skills, Sports & Recreation, Folk Arts, Career Exploration, Skateboarding, Digital Photo, Game Making, Basketball, Filmmaking, Web Design, Swimming, Urban Groove, Computer Exploration, Sports in the Mix, Cooking, Outdoor Adventures, Bookmaking, Gardening, Dance, Community Service