Please note: MSP has resumed on-campus modified activities on middle school campuses to support students in compliance with all COVID-19 guidelines and protocols. Irvine Unified School District (IUSD) is also committed to the health and safety of all participants and ensuring all protocols are strictly enforced. We look forward to facilitating recreational and youth development programs to bring a sense of normalcy to the campuses, and benefit the student’s physical and mental health.
The City of Irvine recognizes young people as valued and capable members of our community. The goal of the Middle School Program is to engage youth in positive social-recreational activities, on-campus prevention and education campaigns, and character development programs. Youth are encouraged to participate in the development and implementation of programs that focus on community service (Youth Action Team), personal development, and social recreation. Services are provided in cooperation with the Irvine Unified School District.
Teen Camps and Teen Days
NOTE: In addition to virtual activities, the City of Irvine is planning in-person spring break camps for middle school students. The camps will comply with all state and local safety guidelines and COVID-19 restrictions, and registration and more information will be available February 15.
Youth Action Team
Students initiate, plan, and implement dances, after-school activities, and community service projects focusing on the environment, and youth, senior, and disabled communities.
Basic sports programs and leagues to promote health and wellness. Registration required; $19 fee.
Wide variety of programs held after school, usually on campus. Differs by school; see site coordinator.
Youth Conference & Forums
Presentations and discussions to address key issues facing Irvine youth.
Supervised, youth-oriented events such as camping trips, golf tournaments, beach bonfires, sporting events, and more.