Introducing YMCA Loudoun County Youth Development Center
To better meet the needs of the growing Loudoun County community, we are proud to introduce the YMCA Loudoun County Youth Development Center, the first physical location of the YMCA in Loudoun County! The new center will provide academic enrichment year round to infants, preschool-aged children and school-aged children. Through hands-on learning activities, the Center aims to lay the foundation for the future so that children can grow to be caring, respectful, honest and responsible lifelong learners!
To celebrate this huge milestone, join us for a ribbon-cutting ceremony on Oct. 15 at 11 am!
Infant Care & Preschool
From the cradle to the tricycle, the YMCA Loudoun County Youth Development Center has childcare options perfect for those ages six weeks to four years. Parents have the option of enrolling their child in a full- or half-day program, and can rest assured that their child is in caring and good hands.
The YMCA After School Program
Parents often worry where their children will go and what they'll be doing once the school bell rings at the end of the day. When children are engaged in fun activities and surrounded by role models, they abstain from risky behavior.
From arts and crafts to field trips, the Center will provide academic enrichment, homework support, and a fun environment to help all students thrive. The new Center will provide after-school programming starting at 2:30 pm, and continuing until 6:30 pm.
Transportation is provided from the following schools:
- Algonkian Elementary School
- Countryside Elementary School
- Forest Grove Elementary School
- Horizon Elementary School
- Lowes Island Elementary School
- Rolling Ridge Elementary School
- Sterling Elementary School
- Sully Elementary School