Youth Services

Westminster’s Youth Services Program seeks to provide programming that provides a safe, nurturing environment which reinforces and enriches academic skills, teaches social skills, encourages good citizenship, develops leadership traits and provides activities to encourage a healthy lifestyle for children ages 6-14.

Summer program

Westminster Youth Services Summer Program works alongside students to combat summer learning loss, which disproportionately affects children of low socioeconomic backgrounds. Students in Westminster’s Summer Program engage in organized, age-appropriate academic activities like reading, math, and STEM, for a minimum of 12 hours per week.

 

In addition to academic time, students enjoy a wide range of other activities that encourage learning and healthy lifestyles, such as swimming lessons, trips to local libraries and participation in summer reading programs, exploring local nature preserves, physical fitness, nutrition, and healthy cooking classes, gardening time, and activities focused on children’s social and emotional development. Westminster also provides three meals to students daily.

On Fridays students go on field trips that supplement learning and provide students an opportunity to explore, Indianapolis, the state of Indiana, and surrounding areas.

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Our Summer Program can enroll up to 40 students and operates Monday through Friday.

Our summer program is currently full and no longer accepting applications. To be added to the waitlist please contact Andrea Golden: email andrea.golden@westmin.org or call (317)449-0572.

Registration - $20/Child

Registration - $10/Child on CCDF Waitlist

Registration - $5/Child Using CCDF