Hartley Drive Family YMCA

The Hartley Drive Family YMCA has been serving the High Point Community for decades and continues to provide high quality programs and facilities. The Hartley Drive YMCA offers a wide range of youth sports, adult sports, child care, group exercise classes, fitness equipment, aquatic facilities, personal training, youth programs, and senior programs. Stop by today and see all that the Hartley Drive YMCA has for you and your family!

August 2021 Mask Mandate Announcement:

Effective August 26, 2021, in accordance with the most recent mandate from the Guilford County Board of Health, ALL staff, members, and YMCA visitors are required to wear a face covering while inside of the Hartley Drive and Carl Chavis YMCAs. Visitors will be required to wear a a face covering while walking around inside of these facilities, as well as while they utilize our fitness centers and group exercise programs. Please note that this does NOT include the Grubb Family YMCA.

Mask Mandate Quick Facts:

  • Face Coverings must be worn at all times when inside of the Hartley Drive and Carl Chavis facilities.
  • Face Coverings must be worn while exercising in a Group Exercise class and/or within a fitness center.
  • Face Coverings are not required while using the pool for lap swimming or Water Aerobics.
  • Members and guests are not required to place advance reservations for group exercise classes at this time.
  • Group exercise classes currently do not have any capacity restrictions.
  • Social Distancing remains encouraged wherever possible.
  • Face Coverings are not required when outdoors.

Hartley Drive Family YMCA

SPECIAL | HPE Teen Leadership High Point Chairman Cyril Jefferson, left, with the first class of graduates after the Tuesday luncheon at the Hartley Drive Family YMCA.

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Want to go?

- What: Sports performance training day for teens

- When: Friday, July 12 from 12:30-3 p.m. Registration starts at 11:30 a.m.

- Where: Hartley Drive Family YMCA

- Open to all youth ages 13-17

- Information: Contact Darryl or Stacy Burrus, 336-869-0151

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Nigel Alston, executive director of the N.C. Black Repertory Company, facilitates a name game activity with students attending the Teen Leadership High Point program Tuesday. LAURA GREENE | HPE

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Angels in Our Midst

August 17, 2018

I'm sitting on a bench in the Hartley YMCA Fitness Center and I'm covered in sweat having just finished working out. I'm wallowing in both oxygen and energy debt and should be making my way to the locker room and a shower, but I can't seem to make myself rise for I am mesmerized by an interaction which is quietly taking place across the room. There is a

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Teens Flock to the YMCA

August 2, 2018

HIGH POINT — The YMCA of High Point got more than expected by offering its first-ever free summer membership for teenagers. YMCA leaders had budgeted to add about 300 new teen members for the summer, but were pleased when their offer drew about 100 more than expected, said Lynn Lomax, president/CEO of the YMCA of High Point. Just over 280 teens

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