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Welcome to the Official Flagler County Youth Center Website. The Flagler County Youth Center is a fabulous facility for county youth, grades 7th -12th, to stop in and socialize for FREE. The only requirement for participation is that every student must carry a current Flagler County School ID Card with them to obtain admission. The Youth Center is the result of a unique collaboration between Flagler County & the Flagler County School Board.

Officially, the Youth Center opened its doors on October 1st, 2005. This brand new 5,000 sq. ft. building, located next to FPCHS, includes: a Computer Lab, a Game Room, a Lounge, and an E-Game Wing. The Computer Lab is now home to 30 iMacs. The Game Room contains 2 brand new pool tables, 2 ping-pong tables, 2 couches, and a flatscreen TV. The Lounge has a large screen TV, DVD player, and comfortable leather sofas. The E-Game Wing contains three Play Stations 3s, two Playstation 4s, and two X-Box 360 units, as well as over 30 different e-games available for the youth to enjoy. The Flagler County Youth Center is organized by youth for youth, and is a fun, safe and supervised location for participants to attend. The Youth Center also features numerous activities and programs throughout the entire year. 

Flagler County Youth Center News
Summer Camp Registration is OPEN!
Youth Center Summer Camp Registration: Once again the Youth Center will sponsor their annual Summer Camp, for youth going into 6th grade – youth going into 9th grade. Open...
Youth Center Participated in the Walk for Food Event
March FYI Newsletter
Walk For Food: Pastor Silano his Grace Tabernacle Food Pantry is holding a “Walk For Food” on Saturday, March 5th at 10am, on the FPC Track. Admission to walk is $10, plus...
Dodgeball Tournament
The Flagler County Youth Center and Interact Club are sponsoring a Dodgeball Tournament on March 24th. Please see below for more information about the tournament.   Team...
Open Mic Night
  OPEN MIC NIGHT will be held on Friday March 4th, from 7:00PM -9:00PM for 6th -12th grade students    

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