Youth Programs with Purpose

A thriving community starts with our kids

Yellowstone Theological Institute fosters connection, engages our community, and inspires creativity through faith, adventure, and the arts. We believe it is essential to give kids and teens opportunities to explore their interests in positive learning environments, with innovative, caring leaders. From dance to theatre, soccer, and more, our youth programs and day camps are for local and visiting kids and teens looking for an incredible growth experience while pursuing their unique passion. We welcome youth from all backgrounds, beliefs, and levels of activity experience—there’s something for everyone at YTI.

For Bozeman, Belgrade, Livingston, and Big Sky youth, we offer camps in Bozeman at the YTI facilities on weekends and during winter and spring breaks throughout the year. During the summer months, kids and teens from local areas, all over Montana, and across the country are invited to join us for our exciting arts, adventure, and sports-focused summer camps.

Why choose YTI’s summer programs?

  • Unique opportunities for kids and teens to pursue their passions

  • Dance, theatre, soccer, and more

  • Positive learning environments

  • Amazing instructors, coaches, and mentors

  • Confidence, creativity, new skills, and lots of fun!


Yellowstone Theatre Project

Summer Storybook Theatre Camp

June 10-14  |  Entering Grades 3–6

Shakespeare Summer Camp & Scene Festival

June 17–21  |  Entering Grades 7–12

Yellowstone Dance Project

July 8-12 (all levels)

July 15-19 (intermediate and advanced/professional)

With instructors David Ward and Emily Gotschall

Yellowstone Soccer Experience

Grow your game with Bozeman Blitzz!

June 17-20  |  Ages 4-19

Nationally-recognized coaches, skills practice, and lots of fun!!

Yellowstone Junior Scholars

July 7-12  |  9am-5pm

This week-long program explores faith and fellowship, with community-building and adventure along the way

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