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Get high-quality Y care right at your school and keep your child active physically, intellectually and socially the whole day. When school's out, you can trust the Y to provide an engaging experience for your child right at school. Y School Age Programs give your child the opportunity to get to know some of their classmates better as they engage in active play and collaborate on fun project

Winter Break Child Care - Enroll NOW!

Curriculum includes academic enrichment activities and fitness fun.

A nutritious breakfast & snack will be provided.

DATES: December 20 through December 31, 2021

FEE: $140 per week

LOCATION: Youth Center at Harada Elementary School 12884 Oakdale St. Eastvale, CA 92880

Call Tammy Ellis at 951.736.1415 to enroll today!



School-Age Child Care

Children participate in programs, receiving academic support, increase their social and emotional maturity while engaging in healthy activities.

YMCA Youth Center at Corona-Norco Family YMCA

1331 River Road, Corona, CA 92880
6am-6pm, Monday-Friday
Fee-based and funded programs. Tuition based fee: $145/week + $85 annual registration fee/family
$85 membership fee per child/year

Youth Center at Home Gardens

13550 Tolton Ave., Corona, CA 92879
6am-6pm, Monday-Friday
State funded program. Eligibility is based on need and income. 

Youth Center at Harada School

12884 Oakdale St., Eastvale, CA 92880
6am-6pm, Monday-Friday
Fee-based and funded programs.Tuition based fee: $145/week + $85 annual registration fee/family 
$85 membership fee per child/year

YMCA Youth Center at Jurupa Valley: Full Day

9254 Galena St. Riverside, CA. 92509
6am-6pm, Monday-Friday
State Funded Program. Eligibility based on need and income.


Please bring the following documents for enrollment in State Funded Programs:

  1. Proof of income (pay stubs for the last 2 months)

  2. Proof of residency

  3. Birth certificates for each child under 18 living in the home

  4. Immunization card with current TB test

  5. Income guidelines, eligibility based on need & income