The Offices of Youth Activities at Kaneohe Bay and Manana Housing are chartered member organizations of the Boys and Girls Club of America. Programs are offered to youth 10-17 years of age.
All youth participants are required to register with the Children, Youth and Teen Programs office and pay an annual membership fee prior to registering and paying for individual Youth Activities Programming. For information on any of these programs call us at 808-257-2030.
Spring Break Camp
Mar 17-21, Kūlia Youth Center
Join Youth Activities for our School Age Care Spring Camp as we explore the wondrous works of Dr. Seuss. Campers will participate in science & discovery activities, arts & crafts, sports, field trips and more. Open to CYTP Members with children kindergarten through 12 years of age. Registration begins February 17 and ends March 7. Space is limited.
April 5, 9:00 AM – 12:00 PM, Kūlia Youth Center
Celebrate spring with us! Join us for Easter egg hunt, Creatures of Hawaii, The Bird Guy, arts & crafts, bubble play zone, green thumb craft project, photo spot, games, costumed mascots rides & inflatables. The event is free and registration is not necessary. See this Spring Fair 2014 PDF for complete details.
School Age Care
The Marine Corps Base Hawaii Children, Youth and Teen Programs and the Office of Youth Activities are proud to announce the official start of the MCCS School Age Care Program. Before and after school care is offered to children from kindergarten through 6th grade. We will provide full time care on all non-school days except weekends and federal holidays. The program is designed to provide quality care through a variety of activities that strive to stimulate and enrich the lives of school age children. Program hours offer 0600-1800 care. See PDF.
The SAC Program will be held in the multi-purpose room of the Kūlia Center located in Building 6753 (on Lawrence St.). The SAC Program will also utilize other base recreational facilities as well as off base attractions via scheduled and supervised field trips. Children will be escorted by staff to Mokapu Elementary in the mornings for before school care and from the school in the afternoons for after school care. All drop-offs and pick-ups will be at Building 6753.
The fees for the SAC before and after school programs will be determined by the total household income of the family. Families can enroll in the a.m. care (0600-0800, Monday-Friday), the p.m. care (immediately after school until 1800, Monday-Friday) or both a.m. and p.m. care. Full day care will be provided during all school waiver days, teacher work days, state holidays, etc. in which additional fees will be applied. SAC will be closed on all Federal Holidays. In addition, SAC enrollees will have priority placement in the popular Camp Adventure Program which provides structured full day care during fall, winter, spring and summer school breaks. Open spots for non-school days may be available to children not enrolled in the SAC Program on a first come, first served basis, space provided.
Children will be given morning and afternoon snacks, however, children will need to bring a sack lunch with them on full day care days. The camp curriculum will be a combination of the Boys and Girls Club of America programs and Creative Curriculum, which is the curriculum used at all Marine Corps Child Development programs. Our care giver to child ratio will never exceed 1-15 and there will always be a minimum of two qualified CYTP care givers to provide the direction, instruction, and support to all of the children in the SAC program. Our facility also boasts full 24-hour security camera surveillance. The safety of the children is our number one priority.
A maximum of 30 children will be admitted to the inaugural SAC before and after school program. You can pick up forms at the Youth Activities Office or at the Resource & Referral Office located at Bldg. 5082. Register at the Resource & Referral Office. Children must be current CYTP members to register. Forms are also available to download in the far right column.
K-Bay Youth Activities Specialty Camps
Youth Activities Day Camps and Specialty camps are being offered during the school interims. Youth Activities Day Camp is a full day care program in conjunction with our SAC program. Space available is limited so register early. Specialty camps offered are a variety of weeklong camps including sports camps, art and creativity camps, gymnastics, and special interest camps. Camps are offered for different age groups. Registration starts the month before the school break. Call the Youth Activities Office for more information. Phone: 808-257-2030 (Must be CYTP member)
Please contact 257-2030 to ask for class location.
We currently have contractors on board that offer classes in the areas of Dance and Gymnastics, Goju-Kan Karate and piano.
See registration forms for the Contracted Classes to the right.*
* All Contracted Class participants (excluding adults) must be a CYTP member prior to registering for a class.
Hula Lessons are available at the Kūlia Youth Center on Tuesdays for 5-10 year olds from 3:00-4:00 pm and for 11-17 year olds from 4:00-5:00 pm. Children will learn basic hula steps. Curriculum included but not limited to: ancient & contemporary hula, chant, cultural values, history, genealogy, hula plants, Hawaiian proverbs, storytelling & Hawaiian language. Call Resource & Referral at 257-7430 to sign up. See this PDF for any additional information.
Dance Movement Academy & K-Bay Gymnastics
Dance and Gymnastics classes are available for kids between the ages of 1 and 18. Classes are held Monday through Saturday and encompass areas of interest such as Team Gymnastics, Cheerleading, Tumbling & Trampoline, Jazz & Tap Dancing, and others. Feel free to come and observe a class prior to signing up. View the Dance & Gymnastics flyer here.
Please call 808-479-3273 for more information. Fees will vary according to class frequency and length.
Goju Kan Karate
Goju-Kan Karate classes help in the development of fitness, mental discipline, self-confidence, self-control, balance and coordination. Classes are on Monday, Wednesday, and Thursday evenings between 5:30-7:30 p.m. and are available to participants 5 – 17 years (no adults allowed). Contact the Youth Activities office to set up a free trial class. See this PDF for additional information on karate classes.
Youth Piano Lessons
Piano lessons are now available for CYTP member youth ages 5-17. The lessons will be taught by Heather and Tanya Pescht, renowned local piano teachers. The piano lesson schedule includes times in the afternoons and evenings on Monday through Friday and also Saturday afternoons. The cost is $25 per one half hour lesson. These are private lessons. We do not offer group lessons. Patrons will pay for a month worth of lessons in advance. *Please call 257-2030 in advance to inquire about start dates before you stop by to enroll. See this PDF for additional information on piano lessons.
1. All children MUST be CYTP members to sign up for lessons.
To become a CYTP member, contact CYTP Resource and Referral at 257-7430.
2. Registration must be done in person at the Kūlia Youth Center. We cannot take phone registrations for piano lessons.
3. Please make sure you have a valid CYTP card before coming to register.