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Department of the Air Force
7383 North Litchfield Road
Glendale, AZ 85309
A wide range of programs are available for youth and teens, including youth sports and recreation programs, educational programs and programs that support leadership and career development. Please review the information to learn what programs and services are available at this installation.
Continuing programs include homework assistance, computer resource, job referral, community service projects, youth transition programs, social programs, sports programs, instructional classes, before-and-after school programs, summer and holiday camp programs. Call 623-856-7470 / 623-856-6225.
Luke AFB has been annexed by the City of Glendale and the curfew laws apply on and off base. Dependents or civilians of the following ages will not be allowed on the streets of Luke Air Force Base, including the housing and dormitory areas unless accompanied by a parent or legal guardian during the hours indicated below:
The Youth Programs assists active duty personnel and DoD civilians by offering a safe learning environment for youths age 6-18. Located in building 1143 near Fowler Park, the Youth Programs is affiliated with the Boys and Girls Clubs of America and 4H/USDA.
Our programs are designed to encourage members 9-18 to realize a wide variety of positive outcomes, a strategy for developing the "whole child". Youth Programs focuses on helping children and teens achieve in our three priority outcome areas of Academic Success, Good Character and Citizenship, and Healthy Lifestyles. We offer tested, proven and nationally recognized programs in five Core Program Areas that closely align with the developmental needs of all young people.
These five core areas are Leadership and Service, Education, Health and Wellness, The Arts and Sports and Recreation. Continuing programs include instructional classes (ages 5 - 18), organized sports (ages 3 - 18), full day summer and holiday camps (ages 9 - 18).
For further information, visit the Youth Programs, or call civilian 623-856-7470/7471or DSN 312-896-7470/7471, www.lukeevents.com or https://facebook.com/lukeyouthprograms
Peer-to-peer youth sponsorship is provided in two different models. The School Liaison will serve as a primary support of the development of school-based youth sponsorship programs (Transitions Centers, Transition Programs, S2S, JS2S, A4L) and the secondary support for the installation based CYP Youth Sponsorship Program.
The Chaplain's Services at Luke AFB offer many different Religious Education programs, ranging from children's religious education to youth and young adult programs. Programs are offered pertaining to specific Catholic and Protestant faiths and other programs. Some of the programs include:
For more information: The main chaplain offices are located in the Luke Community Chapel (LCC): 623-856-6211 or DSN 312-896-6211; FAX: 623-856-6968 of DSN FAX 312-896-6968. The LCC is located in Building 799.
Boy Scouts: Luke AFB and the surrounding communities are serviced by the Grand Canyon Council. For more information go online or call 602-955-7747.
Girl Scouts: Luke AFB and the surrounding communities are services by the Arizona Cactus-Pine Council. For more information go online or call 602-253-6359 or 1-800-352-6133.
Driving permits can be obtained at age 15 year and 6 months of age and driver's license at age 16. Usually a driver's license is needed for employment. Insurance rates are higher in Arizona than other parts of the country! Go to azdot.gov/motor-vehicles/driver-services/teen-drivers/permit-and license-requirements for more information.
Curfew laws apply on and off Luke AFB. The installation has been annexed by the City of Glendale. Dependents or civilians of the following ages will not be allowed on the streets of Luke Air Force Base, including the housing and dormitory areas unless accompanied by a parent or legal guardian during the hours indicated below:
Between 16 and 18 years of age between 12:00 a.m. and 5:00 a.m.
16 years of age and under between 10:00 p.m. and 5:00 a.m.
Exceptions: Dependents and their guests returning directly home after attending special functions, previously sanctioned by the base and coordinated with Security Police Operations. Special functions shall include, but are not limited to, late dances, movies, and special shows or events.