Children & Youth Programs

Through our programs dedicated to children and youth, The Salvation Army is striving to change generations by giving children from poverty-stricken environments the chance to start life in a very different place than their parents may have.

After School

The Salvation Army is partnering with The Boys & Girls Club of Central Mississippi to provide After School Care. We strive to increase students’ motivation to learn and to make learning fun.

Your child’s immunization record is needed upon acceptance

Tuition and fees

Students who are transported= $50 a semester additional fee
Students who are not transported= $100 per month

Summer Enrichment Program

The Salvation Army Summer Enrichment Program is much much more than your average summer camp. Children entering grades K – 7th are eligible for our two month program, during which they participate in seven areas of character enrichment:

  1. Rhythms: Piano and Percussion
  2. Image Bearers: Creative Arts
  3. Dance Movement
  4. Developmental Sports: Various Sports Included
  5. Health and Wellness: Health, Fitness, & Nutrition
  6. Entrepreneurial Discovery
  7. Tech 101: Exploring Computers

In addition, each child will receive a nutritious breakfast, lunch & snack

June 4 – July 20, 2018  Monday – Friday 7:30 a.m. – 5:30 p.m.

Cost: $525 for entire seven weeks – $35 Registration Fee

Your child’s immunization record is needed upon acceptance

2018 Performing Arts Spring Registration Form

Performing Arts Conservatory

Many children have talent that will never be developed because their parents cannot afford lessons, instruments or art supplies. If cultivated, this talent could one day provide a springboard to a better life.

Lessons are available every Tuesday during the term to people of all ages and walks of life.

$75 per student per semester | $200 per student for 3 semesters paid in advance

Course options:

Visual Arts | Dance | Piano | Percussion | Theatre | Guitar

2018 Performing Arts Fall Registration Form

Developmental Sports

At The Salvation Army, youth athletic programs teach boys and girls valuable lessons about life. Participants in organized athletic programs learn the meaning of integrity and fair play by being part of a team. They learn how to win graciously and how to lose without being defeated. They also learn that there are adults who care for them and who are willing to spend time helping them to be better people and not just better athletes.

2018 Developmental Sports Fall Registration

Camp Hidden Lake

For many disadvantaged kids, the possibility of having a fun at summer camp is not an option. With the help of donors in the community, we send kids to our summer camp near Lexington, Mississippi. The Salvation Army’s 300 acre Camp Hidden Lake helps disadvantaged boys and girls in Alabama, Louisiana, and Mississippi open their eyes to a whole new world – THE NATURAL WORLD. Camp Hidden Lake teaches kids new skills, healthy attitudes, and great values and  offers sports, music, Bible Study, arts and crafts, swimming, fishing, and other activities for school aged youngsters in our community.