Kindergarten – 5th Grade
Mondays – Arts Programs
Be More: The Be More Program is a mix of everything a child needs to learn to be a productive member of society. We mix physical activity with life skills that every child should know. We also place an emphasis on exposing them to possible career paths which lead to self sufficiency and success.
Dance with Ms. Tay!: A fun dance program with a musical focus of christian rap and hip hop with a goal of learning basic and advanced choreography in a classroom setting.
Intermediate Art with Ms. Lakeema: An advanced art program for those who have a passion of perfecting their passion in painting, design, and craftsmanship of all kinds.
Art with Mrs. Debbie: A program designed with the young creatives in mind. From painting to sculptures, and themed activities, this art class teaches every young dreamer how to express themselves freely in a controlled classroom setting.
Tuesdays – Sports Programs
Karate: A self control and self defense program for youth that teaches them powerful combat moves and physical training in a fun casual environment.
Basketball: Coach Lloyd will be teaching the youth the fundamentals of basketball through drills, physical activity, and scrimmages.
Girls On The Run: This program inspires girls to be joyful, healthy and confident using a fun, experience-based curriculum which integrates running and empowers and prepares girls to run a 5k.
G3 Sports: For those who want to take their Physical Apps to the next level and would like to elevate or enhance the physical ability, we offer Sports fundamentals (i.e.; Discipline, Determination, Dedication…), Skills enhancement and position specific training, and Athletic circuit training.
Wednesdays – Life Skills Programs
G3 Life & Social Skills: G3 S.T.E.M (Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics), SAT/ACT Prep Classes, Life skills, career exposure, Social and dinning etiquette, Education/specialized tutoring on fundamentals (i.e., math and reading) and all grade school subjects, Financial and money management (i.e., banking, budgeting, financial planning, savings etc…)
Instruments 4 Life: A fun and engaging way to empower young dreamers to learn how to play and earn their own instrument at the end of the semester. This program currently offers guitars, ukulele, piano & keys, and percussion.
G3 Health & Nutrition: A program designed to introduce students to a healthy lifestyle. This includes learning and understanding the reason behind why it’s so important to maintain a healthy lifestyle and the risks behind the unhealthy vs healthy lifestyle. Learning how to meal prep, how to slowly supplement to healthy eating alternatives while combining physical activities into the mix.
Magnificent Me: A Christian Empowerment course that uses the life cycles of a butterfly to magnify the transformation, freedom and power that occurs when a child accepts Jesus. Through a series of fun, enriching, spirit- led and thematic activities that magnify God and his creation, young girls learn to rise, fly and influence their world both now and forever!
Thursdays – Educational Programs
Mad Science: A program that sparks a scientific interest in youth ages 5-12 through fun, interactive lessons and activities in a classroom setting.
G3 Literacy: The G3 Literacy Program is designed to help children from grades 1-8 become better students and focus on the immediate goal of attending high school. This program focuses on improving their reading, writing and math skills with the goal of helping youth to develop a love for learning.
Around The World: A fun way to explore and experience geography and various cultures around the world to capture the mind of young dreamers.
Girls On The Run: This program inspires girls to be joyful, healthy and confident using a fun, experience-based curriculum which integrates running and a empowers and prepares girls to run a 5k.
6th – 12th Grades
College & Career Builders: A program where students get tutoring, professional coaching, mentorship from adults in various industries, and college visits to prepare them for what’s next after graduating high school.
Urban Wyld Life: Middle school is a time when kids make important decisions about who they are and what they believe. And so WyldLife leaders seek to model and express God’s love to our young friends by learning their names, hearing their stories and honoring their God-given desire for a life of fun, adventure and purpose.
Urban Young Life: Young Life began in the early 1940s in response to an emerging adolescent subculture, the center of which was the world of the high school. Young Life is in the world of high school — learning kids’ names, hearing their stories, having fun and sharing with them the great news of a God who loves them.
G1 Basketball Practice: G1 stands for God First. G1 is a travel basketball team that plays in various tournaments throughout the year in locations throughout the state and country with the hopes of strengthening families and improving the lives of children through sports. .
Teen Nights: Teen Nights is once a month on the 4th Friday of each month. It’s a night that has changing themes with activities specifically designed to engage teenagers to fellowship with one another through fun and healthy competition.
G1 Basketball Practice: G1 stands for God First. G1 is a travel basketball team that plays in various tournaments throughout the year in locations throughout the state and country with the hopes of strengthening families and improving the lives of children through sports. The team will also be serving in the community every second Saturday which is Serve Saturday.
Serve Saturday: Serve Saturday happens every second Saturday of each month. It is a way to be the hands and feet and give back to the local community. We have various Serve projects you can participate in such as Kids Jam, Pancake Breakfast, Adopt A Block, and In-House Cleaning of the GFC Ybor Campus.
Boys To Men: A boys mentoring program that happens on the third Saturday of each month that provides mentoring, character building sessions, life skills, fun outings and experiences to boys ages 7 to 14 years old.