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500 Castro Street
Mountain View, CA 94039-7540

(650) 903-6301


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Extra-curricular Activities



I.
After School Recreation
II.
Camps
III. Learning

The following are services provided by City of Mountain View departments for young adults. They include after school activities, camps, classes, employment, leadership, lessons, outreach, library services, recreation, and volunteering opportunities.

I. After School Recreation Links
Recreation Activity Guide
Beyond the Bell After School Programs
Offered at Crittenden Middle School, Castro Elementary, Landels Elementary, Monta Loma Elementary, and Theuerkauf Elementary. This free program includes homework assistance, recreation activities, technology, and enrichment activities.
Abby Longcor: (650) 526-3500
Library Teen Zone
Newly re-designed area of the Library dedicated to teens. Space includes new books, new media, new magazines, internet access, tables for group study and lounge seating ringing the fireplace. Research assistance available on demand through the Information Desk
Summer Reading
A reading incentive program for independent readers, including a separate component for teens. Funded by the Friends of the Library.
Skate Park
The Skate Park is a non-supervised facility reserved exclusively or skaters age 12 and under from 9:30—11:30 a.m. All skaters must wear helmets, kneepads and elbow pads. All bikes (including BMX bikes) and scooters are prohibited at this facility.
Teen Open Gym
Activities include basketball, volleyball and/or soccer, whiffle ball, dance, Ping-Pong, music, special events, etc.
 
II. Camps
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Tennis Sports Camp
Emphasis of this half-day camp covers the basics of tennis, including: forehand, backhand, serve and volley through drilling and game situations. Players will also participate in complementary sports like soccer and Ultimate Frisbee. Lunch is provided.
Theater in the Park
Two-week theater camps focusing on theater games and skills offered in conjunction with Peninsula Youth Theatre. The end-of-camp performances are held at Park Stage.
Youth Sports Camps
Week-long sessions focusing on skill development and fun in baseball, volleyball, soccer, basketball, street hockey, flag football, or multi-sport.
III. Learning
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Deer Hollow Farm
Deer Hollow Farm is a working homestead and educational center where school classes, community groups and families can observe, explore and participate in a family farm.
Recreation Youth Classes
A variety of special interest classes including dance, team sports, martial arts, theater, safety, crafts and cooking.

Swim Lessons
The City of Mountain View is an American Red Cross Learn to Swim Program with some additional enhancements to provide the highest quality of swim instruction available. Our classes are taught by qualified and Lifeguard Training-certified instructors. Classes may have volunteers or aides assigned to help increase the attention and practice your child receives. Lessons are tailored to age and skill level.
Golf Lessons
Shoreline Golf Links offers clinics and classes for youth ages 8 to 17 years.
Tennis Lessons
Tennis lessons for players of all ages and levels are provided through the City of Mountain View Recreation Department. Participants must furnish their own tennis racquets and wear tennis shoes.