South Shore YMCA

Our roots in Christian tradition and values guide us as we work to improve the quality of life for all. Our programs support youth development, healthy living and social responsibility. We are here to strengthen community and help each of us reach our full potential – spiritually, mentally and physically.

The South Shore YMCA is a membership organization that is open to everyone, no matter their race, religion, age, gender, sexual orientation, national origin, economic level or disability. The Y strives to serve the entire community by providing financial assistance for those who can’t afford the full cost of membership and programs. All of the Y’s programs, services and facilities are designed to enhance the spiritual, mental, physical and social quality of life for all.

 

Programs

 

Gymnastics

At South Shore YMCA Gymnastics, kids learn the basics of vault, bars, beam, and floor. With core values of honesty, respect, and responsibility, the Y offers classes and private lessons for toddlers, kindergartners, school-aged children, and competitive gymnasts. Our programs are designed to let gymnasts learn at their own pace with weekly sessions.

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Tennis

The South Shore YMCA’s premier tennis program is the perfect place for beginner and experienced players alike to improve their skills, make friends and enjoy the game. With clinic instruction, adult leagues, early bird drop-in singles, lessons, or cardio tennis, the Y has something just for you. Our USPTR and USPTA certified tennis professionals combine the thrill of drills, games, and match play to improve singles and doubles play.

  • Indoor, air-conditioned courts
  • 4 indoor hard courts
  • 6 indoor clay courts
  • Drill & play clinics
  • Stroke of the week
  • Drop-in play
  • Beginner, intermediate & advanced clinics
  • LeaguesTournaments
  • Adaptive tennis clinic
  • Adult lessons

 

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Camp

 

Summer camp at the YMCA can be a life-changing experience for a child. At camp, kids make new friends, explore nature, and learn more about themselves and the world around them.Attending camp can also be important for academic success. Children who don’t go to good summer programs may fall behind their classmates in the fall. Over time, this can lead to achievement gaps for many kids.For many children, camp is out of reach without your support. When you donate to send a child to Y camp, you give them access to opportunity and a chance to grow.