Bryan is no stranger to this award. This will be his third year in a row that he gets recognized as a Youth of the Month. Time and time again Bryan has proven to be a very dedicated and involved member of this teen program. He is a big part of our club family and is always looking for ways to not only help our club but his fellow peers as well. Bryan will be a senior next year and will be part of the class of 2021 graduating class. Through the last few months, Bryan has been very involved in all that we have done during our shelter at home virtual events. He’s participated in our Talk with a cop zoom meeting, our keystone virtual meetings, and our thank you video to the local first responders/essential workers. He is a smart young man and we know that his future will be filled with great things and endless possibilities.
We introduce our teens to the world of science, technology, engineering, and math. Activities we run focus on finding the fun in these fields. The teens have a blast learning how to code, building robots, and using math to win strategy based games.
This program focuses on physical activity with an emphasis on fun. We utilize our indoor and outdoor space to play basketball, volleyball, dodgeball, soccer, football and more. We use play as a tool to improve body coordination and confidence.
This gives the teens a chance to have the clubhouse to themselves and participate in various activities. They have the option to work on homework, cook dinner for the rest of the teens, utilize the tech lab or play an active game in the gym.
Our nationally recognized fine arts program teaches teens about the significance of art and helps them develop tools and strategies to think creatively. Our teens use pens, pencils, paints and more to express their personality and passions.
This past summer, we sent a group of teens to visit and tour college campuses around California. They also had the chance to see for themselves what's life like after high school.
Keystone Club is a program through which club staff help meet the special character development needs of teens at a critical stage in their life. Teens learn to elect officers and work together to implement activities in four areas which are: service to the club and community, education, health & fitness, and social recreation.
St. Helena Teen Center