Adult Leagues and Sports

For the top leagues in the region, look no further than Greater Midland! With over 600 participants annually, our leagues offer ways to meet new people and play your way to staying fit and active. 

Classes and clinics are offered for 3rd grade through adult. Individual and team classes are available. Men's, women's, co-ed, and reverse co-ed leagues run September through May. Contact your Center's athletic department for full league information and schedules.

Community Programs

One of the guiding principles of our organization is: Connected.

The following programs provided due in part to support from United Way of Midland County. 

The following programs provided due in part to support from United Way of Midland County

We are better, together. We believe that when we take advantage of the strengths of those around us, everyone benefits. If we are unable to help someone, we believe that it is our responsibility to connect them to a resource that can. 

To that end, we continually find ways to create strong partnerships with our community.

 

driver's training

The Community Center hosts Segment One and Segment Two classes provided by the Michigan Driving School. Contact the school by phone at (989) 893-8403 for details on upcoming classes.

Lifeguard Training (15 & up)

American Red Cross Lifeguard Training. Students must be able to swim 300 yards continuously using breaststroke and front crawl, swim 20 yards, dive to 7 feet and retrieve a 10 pound object, and tread water for 3 minutes using only legs. This class includes CPR-PR/AED and first aid. Find the next available session in the Community Center brochure.

tax-aide program

AARP partners with Greater Midland Community Center to provide free tax filing for members of the community with low to moderate income. Qualified individuals can make an appointment by calling the Community Center beginning the first of January or by dropping in on a first-come first-served basis beginning in February.  Full details in our community flyer (updated for 2017 tax year).

hunter safety

Single-day hunter safety classes are offered every fall at North Family Center. Students must pre-register for the class, take the online test course through the Michigan DNR website, and attend the field portion in order to pass. 

engineering for kids

Greater Midland is proud to host Engineering for Kids classes and camps at the Community Center. Engineering For Kids brings science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM), to kids ages 4 to 14 in a fun and challenging way through classes, camps, clubs, and parties. 

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Our Nonprofit Consulting programs enable us to support other nonprofit agencies in need of assistance with leadership development, training, marketing and consulting services. For more information, inquire at info@greatermidland.org.


silver sneakers

Greater Midland Community Center and Family Centers accept Silver Sneakers Memberships! Join us every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday in the Senior Center for a one-hour Silver Sneakers fitness class. Class time is 10:45 am - 11:45 am. Classes at the North Family Center are Monday & Thursday from 10:30 am to 11:30 am.

computer assistance

Computer club volunteers offer assistance with basic computer questions. Located in the Community Center's Barstow-Shipps lab, this program runs the 1st Friday, 2nd Monday, and 3rd Wednesday of the month. Find us in the brochure for complete date and time information.

family fun nights

Family Fun Nights take place at the Community Center the 1st Friday of each month from October to May. Bring the whole family to swim in the Oasis pool, climb our rock wall, jump around in the gymnastics room, take part in our themed activities and enjoy snacks and refreshments! A family of four can attend for $20, with each additional participant $2 extra. For more information email Andrea Secrease at ASecrease@greatermidland.org or call our Welcome Center. 

food and clothing pantries

Thanks to local donors and community partners, the Greater Midland Family Centers offer access to a variety of items from their emergency food and clothing pantries to local families in need. For more information on receiving items from the pantries or to make a contribution to the pantries, please contact Terrah Johnson at tjohnson@greatermidland.org.

Middle School Athletics

Train with us and become the athlete you're meant to be!

Train with us and become the athlete you're meant to be!

Forms and Links

17-18 Schedules
(Subject to Change)

Contact

Carlos McGee
Middle School Athletics Coord.
989-923-5873
cmcgee@greatermidland.org

Weather Policy

If there is no school due to inclement weather then there will be no athletic events for that day or evening -- regardless of what is occurring at the high school.

If the school closure lasts over two days, we will re-assess for practices.


important updates

2/13 - The make-up Volleyball game between Bay City Western and Northeast is TBD.

2/12 - Volleyball vs Bay City Western cancelled due to school closure. Make-up games are scheduled for Tuesday, Feb 13. The bus to CMMS will pick up at Jefferson between 3:15 - 3:30 p.m. 

2/9 - SCHEDULES UPDATED FOR WINTER 2

Grade RequirementS

Sixth-graders are allowed to participate in girls’ and boys’ cross country (a cooperative team between Northeast and Jefferson), girls’ and boys’ swimming, wrestling, and girls’ and boys’ track and field.Greater Midland/MPS will not allow 6th graders to participate in team cut sports (volleyball, boys basketball, girls basketball) unless there is a need due to lack of numbers. 6th grade football players over 125 pounds will be eligible to compete on the 7th grade football team. 7th graders over 140 pounds will be eligible to compete on the 8th grade team. 

how to register

The following must be turned in at the main office in the athletics black box before the start of practice or tryouts. If registering online, only the Physical Examination form is required; liability and concussion waivers are part of the online consent process.

  1. Physical Examination (dated April 15th, 2017 or later)
  2. Liability Waiver
  3. Parent concussion signed waiver

Parents can register online using the Greater Midland registration program (click on the sport below to begin) OR fill out and return the Registration Form with payment to the Community Center or your school's Athletics Department.

Students who qualify for free or reduced priced lunch through Midland Public Schools will be granted a scholarship. To apply for a scholarship, please fill out the Free and Reduced Price School Meals Family Application by following the link and check the box allowing our food service department to share your application with school officials

driving directions

Please respect officials, coaches, and other participants. Any player or spectator displaying unsportsmanlike behavior may be removed from the game, and/or the premises, at the official’s discretion.

Support our sponsors

Whether you are new to the area or have been engaging in our programs for years, we welcome your family to experience a wonderful time with us.

With full- and half-day specialty, aquatics, sports, dance, theater, and premier camps, there is something for everyone.

The children make friends easily and have role-models who are all trained extensively and certified in CPR and First Aid. We are fully accredited with the American Camp Association (ACA) for our full day adventure camps. This means that we maintain the highest standards in program quality and safety. 

Greater Midland Community Center Summer Day Camps

Every summer nearly 3,000 campers attend Greater Midland Summer Camps. Campers have the opportunity to create lasting friendships and have outstanding hands-on learning experiences. Greater Midland Summer Camp provides an energetic setting, where every unique personality can explore their individual interests and connect with well-trained, caring counselors.

Camp Hours

Full Day Camp: 9 AM - 4 PM. Includes free extended care from 7 - 9 AM and 4 - 6 PM.

Half-Day Camps: 9 AM - 11:30 AM or 1:30 PM - 4:00 PM. Includes free extended care from 7 AM - 9 AM, 11:30 AM - 1:30 PM, and 4 PM - 6 PM.

Click for a sample schedule of Adventure Day Camp!

Click for a sample schedule of Adventure Day Camp!

JOIN US FOR PLENTY OF KID FRIENDLY FUN ALL AFTERNOON! ATTEND THIS FREE EVENT, JUMP FROM STATION TO STATION AND PLAN YOUR SUMMER CAMP ADVENTURES! LEARN MORE


JOIN US FOR PLENTY OF KID FRIENDLY FUN ALL AFTERNOON! ATTEND THIS FREE EVENT, JUMP FROM STATION TO STATION AND PLAN YOUR SUMMER CAMP ADVENTURES! LEARN MORE

 

OUR CAUSE
Greater Midland Summer Camps strive to provide opportunities for campers to gain independence, participate in hands-on learning experiences, improve their self-confidence and create lasting friendships in a safe and nurturing environment.

OUR STAFF
Our Camp staff are selected based on their strength in youth development and areas of interest. Counselors are dedicated to working with campers to improve their self-esteem, social skills, and independence. Each season all camp staff participate in 30+ hours of training where they learn how to best engage, teach, and supervise campers. All camp staff are thoroughly background checked.

• CPR & AED • First-Aid • Bloodborne Pathogens • Camp Safety • Child Development • Licensing Regulations • Prevention/Recognition of Child Abuse

 
 

Greater Midland Tennis Center Summer Day Camps

AGES 5 - 11
Tennis and All Sport Camps run weekly June 18 through August 31. $200 per week. Before/After care is available for additional cost. Drop-in options are also available.

AGES 12 - 18
Middle and High School Yellow Ball Tennis Camps run weekly from June 18 through August 31. $235 per week. This camp is for intermediate to advanced players. 

 

SUMMER CAMP HEALTH AND CONSENT FORM MUST BE TURNED IN BEFORE FIRST DAY OF CAMP

 


TENNIS CAMP FOR ADULTS!!
This top Midwest tennis camp in Midland includes a 10 hour tennis clinic for adults of all levels.

July 13-15 And september 8-10  
Nike Adult Tennis Camp for registration and more information.