• Our youth clubs are fun, relaxed places for middle and high school students in Houston and Wasilla to spend time after school, connect with peers and enjoy a variety of activities offered by our awesome staff team. Students who regularly participate in after-school activities build important social connections, positive relationships and stronger community ties.

Youth 360 Activities & Enrollment:

  • Youth Club Summer & Afterschool Programs (Houston and Wasilla)
  • Youth 360 activities are FREE for students of Wasilla Middle, Wasilla High and Houston Junior/Senior High Schools.
    • Activities include recreation, cooking, creative expression, teamwork, leadership activities and much more.
    • Clubs are open every school day from 2:15pm-6:00pm and are located on WHS and HJSH school campuses.
    • Free transportation and food are included with all onsite programs.
  • Stipend Program: Youth 360 offers funding for students to engage in community and school-based activities.  All students at host schools (Houston Jr./Sr. High, Wasilla Middle School and Wasilla High School) are eligible for Youth 360 stipends.

Y360 REGISTRATION Current Stipend Catalog Y360 Activities Survey

Once you have read through the course catalog, use the Y360 Activities Interest Survey to let Youth 360 staff know which activity your student would like to enroll in!

Learn what youth in the Mat-Su are saying about community, family, and how they feel about their roles in each:

Youth 360 Survey Results


Are you interested in providing an activity or service for local youth? Youth 360 is happy to offer funding to support youth participation in a variety of school and community-based activities. Youth that feel more connected to their community are less likely to use drugs or alcohol, more likely to avoid mental health challenges, and have stronger relationships with peers and family. Your activities help build those connections!


Support for this initiative is  provided in part by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation. The views expressed here do not necessarily reflect the views of the Foundation.