Monday – Friday: 6am – 6pm

Worry-free care for your youth and teen!

The Dyess Youth Center offers a variety of programs designed to keep your children occupied & learning new skills! From clubs, Youth Sports, field trips, events, and classes, we’ve got your kids safe & engaged.

Open Recreation!



For Ages 9 – 12

Open Recreation offers opportunities for pre-teens to help the community, develop their leadership skills, broaden their creativity & engage the mind. The program allows them to sign themselves in and out of the facility.

Torch Club

This club gives youth ages 9-12 the opportunity to develop their leadership skills through service to the Youth Center and community. Torch Club members meet together every Tuesday at 4:15 to work together to plan and implement activities in four areas: education, health and fitness, service to club & community, and social recreation.

S.M.A.R.T. Girls

A group of youth females who provide empowerment, self worth, awareness, and can have freedom of building self-confidence in one another. Groups learn what it means to become who you truly are and how to set future goals.

  • Ages 9-10 meet Wednesday’s at 4:15PM
  • Ages 11-12 meet Thursday’s at 4:15PM.

Sign up for Open Recreation at the Youth Center!

Monthly Membership: $30/Month
Drop In: $5

School Age Care Info

School Age Care Sign Up

Teen Center


Mon-Thurs: 3-6pm
Fri: 3-10pm

Teen Programs (13-18)

  • Marketing and Journalism Club
    This program is for teens interested in graphic design, photography, writing, and all other aspects of marketing & journalism. Working hand-in-hand with the Dyess FSS Marketing Office, this club gives teens real-world experience in the field.
  • ​Keystone Club
    Keystone is Boys & Girls Club of America’s teen character and leadership program. This program helps develop good character and positive leadership skills for young members ages 14 to 18. Teens learn the value of good citizenship and community service and are encouraged to participate in activities in four key focus areas: community service, academic success, career preparation, and teen outreach.
  • ​Air Force Teen Council (AFTC)

    Air Force Teen Council is a network of teens from Air Force bases working to grow their skillset & improve their communities. For more information, follow @airforceteens on Facebook.

Enroll Today!

Competitive pricing at the nation’s best family care operation, conveniently located on base. Call or sign up today.

Caring Providers Needed

If you are looking for a rewarding career and enjoy working with youth, we are looking for you. Our program offers great training, oversight and a great opportunity for an enjoyable career.

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