Thank you for your interest in Child Care programs at the Monsanto Family YMCA! Enrollment forms are available at our Service Center.
For more information regarding our child care programs, please contact:
Early Childhood Education Center and
Y Club Before and After School Program
Registration and Enrollment
Information and our registration form for 2017-2018 can be downloaded and printed from the link below:
Information and required forms for 2017-2018 can be downloaded and printed from the links below:
- Parent Letter 2017-2018
- Y Club Enrollment Form 2017-2018
- Y Club Family Handbook
- We will email Health and Permission forms to you once you are enrolled. Please allow us at least two business days to process your enrollment.
For more information about billing, payments and financial assistance, please email or call Monsanto Family YMCA Y Club Registrar at 314-367-4646. You may find these instructions helpful: How to Create Online Account Access.
Participating School Districts
Normandy: August - June
University City: August May
About the Y-Club Program for School-Age Youth
Growing strong kids; meeting the needs of communities; strengthening families; and helping children to grow have always been central to the YMCA's mission and philosophy. Through YMCA child care programs, we do just that. Y Club school-age child care is for Kindergarten through 8th grade. Working with schools and parents, Y Club complements and enhances formal education and provides learning opportunities that build relationships, develop character and inspire discovery. Programs are licensed. Care may be provided before-school, after-school or both.
YMCA Child Care Facts
The YMCA is the largest provider of child care in the State of Missouri.
All Early Childhood Education Centers and Y Club school-age care centers are licensed by the State of Missouri.
We care for more than 5,400 kids in Y Club school-age child care programs and another 500 in Early Childhood Education Centers every day.
We care for children six weeks through eighth grade.
Our staff is well-trained. All child care staff members receive extensive training through national YMCA of the USA, and local YMCA of Greater St. Louis training.
We believe that no child should be home alone. That's why we provide financial assistance for hundreds of families in our Early Childhood and Y Club school-age child care programs.
We are advocates for children, and we want our voice to be heard on the national, state and local level.
We're involved with the National School Age Child Care Alliance, National Association for the Education of Young Children, Missouri School-Age Child Care Community, the St. Louis Youth Provider Network, Child Day Care Association, St. Louis Partnership and United Way.