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It’s not whether you win or lose, it’s how you learn the game. At the Y, youth develop their skills and learn firsthand the benefits of being healthy and active.

Junior Hoopers

Saturday Mornings at Letterman Gym  |  For ages 4-10 years old

Join us for our popular Junior Hoopers clinics at Letterman Gym! Youth will learn introductory basketball skills including dribbling, ball handling, passing, shooting, and playing with teammates. In addition to skill building, players will build confidence and athletic social skills, while developing a healthy lifestyle! Participants will be sorted by age groups and coached by YMCA Youth Basketball Staff.


October Session (4 Saturdays):

Saturdays, 9:00-10:00am 
October 5, 12, 19, and 26
Rates: Facility Members $85  | Community Participant $100



November Session (3 Saturdays):

Saturdays, 9:30-10:30am  
November 2, 9, and 16  (No clinics on November 23 or 30)
Rates: Facility Members $55  | Community Participant $70


Youth Basketball League

Presidio YMCA Youth Basketball Leagues are for youth in Kindergarten to 5th grade. We hold two seasons throughout the year; a 6-week Fall season (September-October) and a 10-week Winter season (January-March). See below for current or upcoming season information, including league rules, volunteer coach information, and frequently asked questions.


Season Dates: January 6 - March 22nd 

Other Important Season Dates:

  • January 18-20 (MLK Weekend)– No weekend games or Monday practices
  • February 15-16 (President’s Day Weekend)– No weekend games
  • February 29, March 1 (Hoop-A-Thon Tournaments!)

Winter 2020 Season

Our Winter Youth Basketball League tips off in January - get your team together for an unforgettable season! Teams will meet for practices once a week and compete in games on weekends. This league is the ideal introduction to organized basketball for elementary school youth. Enthusiastic parents from the community volunteer to coach their teams and dedicated YMCA Staff provide everything teams need to have fun while learning the game of basketball.

Early Registration Rates (October 1-31): 
Facility Members $245/player  | Community Participant $295/player

Regular Registration Rates (November 1-30): 
Facility Members $260/player  | Community Participant $310/player

Enter as a team using the TEAM ROSTER TEMPLATE. Players may also enter as individuals, as a free agent, and we will find a potential team for them to join.

Send completed rosters to: presidioyouthbball@ymcasf.net. After a roster is received, we will follow up with registration links sent to the families of the team. Each player must be registered individually for their team. 

Click to see the League Rules.


Volunteer Coach Information

Do you want to become a new volunteer basketball coach at Presidio YMCA? 

  • Please fill out a volunteer application and send to Hannah Bartee. Contact Hannah with any questions. 
  • Receive email from Verified Volunteers to fulfill background check requirement.
  • Receive confirmation from Hannah on volunteer coach clearance.
  • Attend coaches meeting at Letterman Gym on December 14. Detailed schedule TBA. 

Have you been a volunteer coach at Presidio YMCA before? 

  • Contact Hannah to confirm your status as a YMCA Volunteer. 
  • Attend coaches meeting at Letterman Gym on December 14. Detailed schedule TBA.
  • Thank you for offering your time and energy to giving back to youth sports at the Y. You are the reason our league is successful and so special for our youth!


Please contact presidioyouthbball@ymcasf.net with any questions.

    After School Youth Tennis

    Please contact our Tennis Coordinator, Rich Carson (RCarson@ymcasf.org), for additional information and registration instructions.

    7 week sessions for youth ages 5-15

    The Presidio Y After School Youth Tennis programs are offered twice each fall and spring.
    The Friday 7-week intermediate-advanced program is for youth ages 11 to 15 and is only offered once during the fall and once during the spring.  YMCA staff of certified Professionals will help to develop coordination, strokes, fundamentals, rally skills & plenty of games!  Classes are divided by age and level with a 1 to 6 ratio.  

    Fall & Winter/Spring - Fall Session Registration opens August 20th

    Location: Fort Scott Courts (1331 Wool Court)

    45 Minute Beginner: Ages 5-7
    3:30-4:15PM Tuesdays or Thursdays
    Facility Member: 1 day/week $155
    Community Participant: 1 day/week $180

    1 Hour Beginner: Ages 8-11
    4:15-5:15PM Tuesdays or Thursdays
    Facility Member: 1 day/week $180
    Community Participant: 1 day/week $210

    1 Hour Intermediate: Ages 12-15
    5:15-6:15PM Tuesdays or Thursdays
    Facility Member: 1 day/week $180
    Community Participant: 1 day/week $210

    1.5 Hour Intermediate-Advanced
    *Fall/Spring (one 7 week session each season)

    5-6:30PM Fridays
    Facility Member: 1 day/week $260
    Community Participant: 1 day/week $310

    Register: If you are a current member with a credit card on file, you can register online. If you are a new member or need assistance, please contact or visit the Membership Desk (415-447-9622).

    If you have questions about the program, please contact Rich Carson, Tennis Coordinator.

    Youth Tennis Group Clinics

    Group Clinics can be arranged as a private group or as a drop-in group. They for members who want the opportunity to tailor a flexible, ongoing, private group lesson of 4 or more participants with a specific coach. Classes are limited to 6 participants each week, so coordinate directly with your pro to make sure you are in and covering the tennis topics you want. Registration is ongoing at the Presidio Y Main Post Gym. Please contact Rich Carson, Tennis Coordinator with any questions or to set up a clinic.


    Facility Member: $23/hour
    Community Participant: $30/hour

    Youth Ballet

    Come and plie with us on Sundays! This class is available for youth ages 3-8 and is available for full session enrollment or single day drop in. For registration questions, please contact Stacey at STanabe@ymcasf.org. For questions regarding ballet activities and the nature of the class, please contact Lisa at LStevens@ymcasf.org

    Location: Main Post Fitness Center- Studio 1
    Time: 3-3:45PM


    For single day drop in registration - enroll at Presidio YMCA Front Desk


    • November 3 - December 15

    Facility Member/Community Participant: $10 Drop In through 10/27/19 only

    (New Rate Increase Effective 11/2019 - Facility Member Drop in- $15, Community Participant Drop In - $20)



    Preschool Youth Basketball Classes

    Interested in organizing a basketball class for your preschooler, age 3-5? Contact Hannah, Presidio Y Sports Director, to coordinate a basketball class for your preschooler and his/her classmates.

    We'll work with you to organize a basketball class suited for your needs, set up registration for your group, and provide YMCA staff coaches for your group. Classes are based on gym availability - morning and early afternoon class opportunities are available.  Fees are based on the length of classes/session and classes are limited to 10 youth. For classes of 10+ youth, additional coaches may be provided and fees will be adjusted accordingly.

    Questions? Please contact presidioyouthbball@ymcasf.net.

    Private Tennis Lessons

    Facility Member: $90/hour ($340/4-pack, $680/8-pack)
    Community Participant: $100/hour ($380/4-pack, $760/8-pack)

    Semi-Private Lessons (Group of 2, Per Person Rate)

    Facility Member: $50/hour ($180/4-pack, $360/8-pack)
    Community Participant: $60/hour ($220/4-pack, $440/8-pack)

    Semi-Private Lessons (Group of 3, Per Person Rate)

    Facility Member: $40/hour ($140/4-pack, $280/8-pack)
    Community Participant: $50/hour ($180/4-pack, $360/8-pack)

    Semi-Private Lessons (Group of 4, Per Person Rate)

    Facility Member: $35/hour ($120/4-pack, $240/8-pack)
    Community Participant: $45/hour ($160/4-pack, $320/8-pack)


    Hannah Bartee

    Hannah is dedicated to building strong youth and families through activities that keep their bodies and minds active. She believes that engaging youth in programs that help them explore new interests and build skills will inspire self-confidence and grow strong communities.