Summit County Teen Center

The Summit County Teen Center is a place for local teens to hang out and participate in both scheduled and informal activities. We offer free snacks, activities, homework space, classes, games and more. The Teen Center is open to all local teens enrolled in Grades 6-12.

We’re located on the lower level of the County Commons building in Frisco.

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Teen Center Hours


The Teen Center is open from 2:30-5:30 p.m., Monday and 3:30-5:30 p.m. Tuesday through Thursday, along with occasional special events and activities on some weekends and holidays. All special events, activities and hours are listed below and posted on the message board inside the Teen Center. Local youth may spend time at the Teen Center on a drop-in basis.
 
The Teen Center is closed on most major holidays. For the safety of youth and staff, the center is also closed any time the local school district cancels school and/or after-school activities because of inclement weather.

Upcoming Events and Activities


Check out the following special events, activities and extra hours:
  • HOURS: Open Monday 2:30 pm - 5:30 pm, Tuesday through Thursday, 3:30 pm - 5:30 pm.
 

Registration


In order to spend time in the Summit County Teen Center, all participating youth must complete a registration, including a waiver signed by a parent or guardian. Download the English registration form (pdf) or Spanish registration form (pdf)
 

Teen Center Ha

ndbook


See the Summit County Teen Center Member/Parent Handbook (pdf) for detailed information about our code of conduct, supervision practices, attendance guidelines, dress codes and other policies.

Teen Center Staff


Our staff members are trained youth-development professionals. We take pride in hiring engaging, energetic and enthusiastic employees who are passionate about supporting local youth. Call Youth and Family Services Director Robin Albert (970-668-9180) or Mountain Mentors Program Coordinator Lauren Gearhart (970-668-9182) if you have any questions or concerns.