Youth Organizations in San Antonio

| April 30, 2013 | 3 Comments

Youth Organizations in San Antonio

by Sofia Follman

Are you looking for a fun group to join?  There are many enjoyable organizations in San Antonio that can fit your fancy.  Whether your favorite thing to do is sports, sing, or act,  there’s something for you.  Below are some fun groups that might be for you.

YOSA (Youth Orchestras of San Antonio):  This is an youth organization that provides orchestral education through excellence in classical music.  They perform throughout San Antonio and across the world during their tours.  They consist of five orchestras and their music director is Mr. Peters.

CESA (Classic Elite Soccer Academy):  This is a premiere soccer academy.  With the best of the best soccer players in the area,  CESA players make their way to the top with championships and their many teams.  Tryouts for their teams are from May to June.

CCSA (The Children’s Chorus of San Antonio):  This is San Antonio’s professional training choir.  With five choirs,  CCSA perform all over the area under the direction of Ms. McCormick.  The two elite choirs also perform with the San Antonio Symphony and across the world while they’re on tour.  It’s staff teaches vocal training and music literacy.

SOYTDC (Stone Oak Youth Theatre and Dance Company):  This is a renowned theatre and dance company that teaches kids in dance, song, and acting.  From Seussical the Musical to reciting Shakespeare,  these kids are trained by the best and gain strong personal character with each class and show.  Their executive directer is Ms. Becan.

Try one of these organizations out, and see what it does for you.


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  1. Rosalinda H. Follman says:

    These are definitely great organizations to share with everyone. And the information offers a variety of interests for people who enjoy music, sports, and theatre.

    • jackson says:

      Thanks for the great comment! This is the first time I have written this type of article. It came out better than I thought. 🙂

  2. jackson says:

    These are great clubs, especially CESA, if your looking for a fun place to play soccer, it is challenging but also a great way to make new friends. The other clubs in this article look like fun things to try over the summer. Who knows what could happen over the summer. Great article very informational and well put together, Maybe for next time a little more clubs would be helpful. 😀

    ~Lizzie 🙂

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