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7383 North Litchfield Road
Glendale, AZ 85309
Contact information for key programs and services at this installation.
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.
Youth and Teen Programs
Monday – Friday 1 p.m. - 5:30 p.m.
Closed: Saturday, Sunday, Holidays and AETC Family Days
Preteens 9 to 12 years old and teens 13 to 18 years old eligible to use Services Facilities.
Youth who wish to participate in our programs, must meet the following criteria:
1. Register at the Youth Programs bldg. 11432. Valid Military ID Card.3. Youth Programs application must be submitted (AF Form 88).4. Current immunization record/flu shot.
*Annual membership fees apply
Youth Programs offers a wide range of organized sports activities to help youth develop desirable physical skills and to mature emotionally and socially. The sports program provides opportunities for children to have contact with other youth, volunteer leaders and Youth Program staff.
It also provides opportunities for parents to socialize with other parents, and for adults to contribute to the Air Force community by serving as volunteers in youth programs.
Youth ages 3-18.
1. Register at the Youth Programs bldg. 11432. Valid Military ID Card.3. Youth Programs application must be submitted (AF Form 88).4. Current immunization record/flu shot.5. Fee will depend on the sport or clinic offered
Sports camps, Clinics, Basketball, Soccer, Baseball/Softball, Volleyball, Track and Field and more.
Start Smart Basketball, Soccer and Baseball (ages 3-5)
What is Start Smart?
Start Smart was developed by top motor skill development specialists in the field of youth sports. Parent-child groups perform motor skill tasks that gradually build confidence in children while they are having fun at the same time.
Each Start Smart Program utilizes the Start Smart Sports Readiness Test to help parents objectively measure kids' abilities. As the program progresses and children show improvement, the skills and exercises are altered so that each child remains challenged. Parents spend quality time together with their child while learning how to properly teach and support them in sports.
Start Smart participants will develop proper motor skills that will allow them to enjoy and succeed in their youth sports future!
The following documents must be hand-delivered to Luke AFB Youth Programs to complete the registration process.
Completion of all documentation is required prior to registration confirmation and can be downloaded via this web page.
1. A current health assessment and/or sports physical, AE Form 608-10-1A, valid through the duration of the sport registering for. Most on- and off-base clinics have their own form.2. A vaccine administration record, current influenza vaccine on file.3. A current exposure/emergency action plan for youth with allergies/asthma.4. A completed AF Form 88.5. Parents Code of Ethics.6. Attendance at each sport Parent Meeting.
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 602-452-7000
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.