About The Nu'uanu YMCA
With its location just north of Downtown Honolulu’s Central Business and Government Districts and the Downtown campus of Hawaii Pacific University, the Nuuanu YMCA serves all those who live and work in the heart of Honolulu. With its cornerstone dating back to 1963 at its current site, the Nuuanu YMCA is the biggest YMCA on the island, consisting of 4,800 members and houses the YMCA of Honolulu’s Metropolitan Offices and Youth Department. Nu'uanu YMCA also features a transitional housing program which accommodates 68-single rooms and a community bathroom accommodating all men.
For more information about the Nu'uanu Y, please visit www.nuuanuymca.org.
What Nu‘uanu Y Offers
We offer a well-equipped fitness center and amazing group exercise classes. New members will enjoy the Healthy Start Room.
During the school year, our staff operates A+ programs at 5 elementary schools. When school is out, we offer Intersession and Summer Fun programs.
Nu'uanu Spring Intersession
Nu'uanu Summer Program
- Summer Day Camp Program
- Nu'uanu Elementary Program
- Specialty Day Camp Program
- Teen Programs
- Leaders-In-Training (LIT) Application
- Payment Plan Info
Nu'uanu Teen Programs
The Nu'uanu YMCA offers various program for teens including Club Mid, STRIVE, Let's Get Together! Hiroshima Exchange Program, and Youth & Government. These programs help to build their confidence and develop their leadership skills. Learn more about how you can get your teen involved!
The Nu'uanu Y is excited to introduce various forms of dance and performing arts to our list of programs. See below for a description of the classes we will be offering in July, and be ready for more classes in the fall. Students, both youth and adult, will learn and expand upon their skills and natural talents, but also gain confidence, get a good aerobic workout, and have tons of fun.
Club Mid Program
Join us at the Nu'uanu YMCA afterschool or during the breaks. Club MID is structured specifically for middle school aged youth to discover new hobbies and talents as well as build upon skills they may already have. Homework time, cooking, sports, art, dance, digital media, and fitness are just some of the types of activities.