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Youth Services

Parent Central Services
Darnall Loop, 1st Floor BLDG 36000
+1 (254)287-8029
M-Th 7:30 a.m & F by appointment only
Closed Federal Holidays
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We offer your middle schooler or teen (6-12 Grades) an opportunity to enjoy activities, projects and events that are age appropriate. We offer four youth centers across post.

Bronco Youth Center

Tank Destroyer Boulevard BLDG 6602
+1 (254)287-6745
M-Sat 12-8 p.m.
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Comanche Youth Center

Tank Destroyer Boulevard BLDG 52019
+1 (254)287-5834
M-Sat 12-8 p.m.
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High Chaparral Youth Center

Hoover Hill Road BLDG 5485
+1 (254)287-5646
M-Sat 12- 8 p.m.
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Montague Youth Center

Clement Drive BLDG 70020
+1 (254)553-7661
M-Sat 12-8 p.m.
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Clement Drive BLDG 70020
+1 (254)553-7661
M-Sat 12-8 p.m.
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Orientation is held 6 p.m. Monday through Friday at all locations.

CYS Parent Handbook

CYS Inclement Weather Plan

How does inclement weather affect Child and Youth Services openings? Due to the unpredictable nature of Texas weather, we encourage you to become familiar with the CYS Inclement Weather Plan and how it might affect you and child care arrangements.

Computer Labs

Youth Tech Labs play a dynamic role in daily club activities. Each facility has trendy tech programs, wifi throughout the center, Robotics, STEM activities, digital movie making, music making, photography, graphic design and web development.

After school, youths can also access the labs for homework and Internet surfing. Parents can be reassured that each tech lab is protected by, CYBERsitter, a content filtering software that complies with the Children’s Internet Protection Act. Each user will be taught safe Internet skills before accessing any of the lab's computers


Teens may join the Middle School Torch Clubs or the High School Keystone Club Teen. These clubs help teens learn and practice leadership skills. Club members assist staff in making rules, planning programs, decorating centers, provide community service, and evaluate teen programs and services. Middle School and High School teens have opportunities to have their voice heard by community command leaders; High School teens have opportunities to represent Fort Hood teens at forums and boards held throughout the United States. Teens within the leadership program have opportunities for college scholarships and grants.


The Teen Sponsorship program helps relocate youth to become familiar with their new home at Fort Hood and assists teens when moving to a new post. Each quarter a Hail & Farewell event is held.

Youth Centers are always looking for new teen sponsors. To participate, please contact the School Liaison Office (SLO).

Workforce Preparation

We helps teens prepare for youth employment and future careers. Middle School teens can participate in the Career Explorations Program. High School teens can participate in the Workforce Prep program.

Education Assistance

The MS/T program has qualified homework instructors available to assist teens with homework and assist them with finding college scholarship & grants. Teens have fun and enjoy educational special activities. Our teachers help parents and teens enroll and be part of our Project Learn Program.

Just Fun

Centers offer a wide variety of trips, social activities, full size gyms, game rooms with the newest systems out, and social areas. USDA Snacks are provided at no charge to all CYS members Monday - Saturday.