The goal of Lindenwood University's Youth Programs is to enhance the university's role in the community by providing activities and workshops to enrich the lives of young people from kindergarten through high school.
Lindenwood University offers an array of athletic camps during Summer on the main campus, Skyway Farms, and the Wentzville Ice Arena. Football, Men's and Women's Basketball, Volleyball, Lacrosse, Track, Cross Country and Ice Hockey will offer opportunities for kids ranging from grade school to high school to improve upon their skills.
The Lion’s Pride Project Summer Youth Leadership Summit June 5-7, 2013
To assist high school students who possess an affinity for helping others and who demonstrate exceptional leadership skills to develop a deeper understanding of their roles in social change and to connect them to specific opportunities to act in service to others.
Rangers Wanted! The Historic Daniel Boone Home and Heritage Center is seeking Rangers between the ages of 10-18. See if you have what it takes to survive the journey into the wilderness as a Boone Ranger.
Calling all kids entering first grade through sixth grade in the fall of 2013 to join the fun prepared for you by Lindenwood University’s Math Method students who are studying to be educators under the supervision of their professors. Each Lindenwood student will instruct a small group of children. The children are grouped by age and experience levels.