The Fort Eustis Middle School and Teen Program was designed with your ever-growing children and teenagers in mind. Our age appropriate programs are geared to allow your son or daughter to grow as an adult, teaching them resourceful life skills they can use along the way. On top of that, the Middle School and Teen Center is a great place to hang out with friends. Our facility is fully equipped with a gym, computer lab, teen room, art room, snack area, game room, dance studio and homework lab.
MIDDLE SCHOOL & TEEN CLUBS & PROGRAMS
*POWER HOUR Monday-Friday 2:00-4:00pm (ages 10-18)
Power Hour is a time for youth and teens to take advantage of a quiet space to do homework, and recieve help and tutoring from staff. Youth and Teens will recieve points for attending, which can be used to buy prizes including electronics, supplies, etc.
*4-H COOKINGCLUB Tuesdays 4:00-5:00pm (6th grade – 12th grade)
A club based of 4-H curriculum in which Youth and Teens will learn all aspects of cooking. They will gain skills such as converting measurments, planning, and proper use of cooking utensils.
*KEYSTONE CLUB Every other Monday 3:00-3:30pm (High School)
*TORCH CLUB Every other Thursday 4:00-5:00pm (Middle School)
These age-based leadership groups are where your voice, your plan, and your ideas are brought to reality. Opportunities include Community Service, Youth Leadership, Character Development and Citizenship.
*FIT CLUB Fridays 3:30-4:30pm (ages 10-18)
Fit Club is a program in which Youth and Teens are introduced to many different types of physical activities to keep fit and spark interest in healthy choices and habits.
*S.W.A.G. STEPPERS Wednesdays 2:30-4:00pm / Fridays 4:30-6:00pm (ages 9-18)
Find your rhythm and make some beats with the S.W.A.G. Steppers. Stepping With A Goal to be the best step team and people that we can be. No experience is required.
*4-H HEALTH ROCKS Wednesdays 3:30-4:30pm (ages 10-18)
A 10 week course that discusses drug abuse and how to avoid and deal with pressure from others. The first 5 weeks will consist of the forum, while the last 5 weeks will be used to create a video public service announcement about the discussed topics.
*MONEY MATTERS Mondays 3:30-4:00pm (ages 13-18)
This financial literacy program uses interactive activities to teach teens about budgeting, saving, investing, planning for college, entrepreneurship, and avoiding debt
Air Force Services Activity Child and Youth Programs (AFSVA/SVPY) is pleased
to announce the 2017 Space Camp Call.
- Interested teens must complete the electronic Space Camp Application Form and submit as directed in the Space Camp Information Sheet.
- All lodging, meals, and program costs are centrally funded and at no cost to participants or their installations. Transportation costs, to each camp, are the responsibility of the attendees or their installation.
- Applications for the 2017 Space Camp must be submitted no later than 18 May
17; selections will be announced by 1 Jun 17.
Please direct any questions to: