After School Programs

After School Programs

Boys & Girls Clubs offers youth, ages 6-18, an enriching and dynamic experience that will spark creativity, engagement,and exploration through a structured learning experience every day after school! We have seven Clubs across St. Louis City & County to meet your needs (see flyers below).

Membership in the Boys & Girls Clubs includes after school homework assistance, tutoring, college and career planning, recreational activities, leadership Clubs, free dental and vision care and healthy meals in a safe, supportive learning environment.

If you are not currently a member of Boys and Girls Clubs of Greater St. Louis, you must become one to benefit from these services. To become a member, click here. To view details on each Club see the flyers below.

Each of our sites provides youth in the region with services in five core program areas:

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Programs in Character and Leadership Development empower youth to support and influence their Club and community, sustain meaningful relationships with others, develop a positive self-image, participate in the democratic process and respect their own and others’ cultural identities. For more information, click here.

 

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Programs in Education and Career Development enable youth to become proficient in basic educational disciplines, apply learning to everyday situations and embrace technology to achieve success in a career. For more information, click here.

 

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Programs in Health and Life Skills develop young people’s capacity to engage in positive behaviors that nurture their own well-being, set personal goals and live successfully as self-sufficient adults. For more information, click here.

 

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Programs in The Arts enable youth to develop their creativity and cultural awareness through knowledge and appreciation of the visual arts, crafts, performing arts and creative writing. For more information, click here.

 

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Programs in Sports, Fitness and Recreation develop fitness, positive use of leisure time, skills for stress management, appreciation for the environment and social skills. For more information, click here.

Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater St. Louis Reopening Plans

BGCSTL serves nine school districts, all with very different reopening plans for the 1st school quarter (ending around mid-October). The focus for us has been to explore ways to ensure kids have a safe place, parents have support, and schools have a partner in the education of our communities. BGCSTL has pivoted to remain open, continue to serve students and families, and stand ready to help rebuild and return stronger than before COVID-19. Below are the four plans that we have considered:

We are still in conversations to finalize a few details, but as of today, August 31, 2020 operations have resumed at several locations and we are moving forward with plans to serve as learning coaches during the academic day and operate an after-school hours; operate with staff to student ratios 9 to 1 and discuss with the school district the maximum number of students per school building; continue our Green Team that is responsible for health screening, temperature checking and will work to keep cleaning and sanitizing of spaces used for both students and staff; and, have programs designed with social distancing.

Virtual Academic Support

(Remote/In-Person) Virtual learning can be challenging for students that lack support, good time management and discipline. Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater St. Louis (BGCSTL) Professionals will serve as learning support coaches:

  • Monitoring attendance and participation in Google/TEAMS Classrooms;
  • Work collaboratively with teachers;
  • Attend grade level/school meetings;
  • Provide in-person academic support (as directed by teachers);
  • Implement select BGCA youth development programs identified by school principal.

After School Tutoring and Social/Emotional Support

BGCSTL Professionals will continue to provide additional academic, and social and emotional support to the Club members during its traditional after school day.

Here are the confirmed plans as of August 31, 2020. To register your child for these programs, click here. If you are a NEW member, registration for one year is $25. If you registered for summer, no fee is charged, simply complete the form for the location that interests you. Space is limited so register now.

Tradition After School Programs will be operated at the following BGCSTL locations (first come, first served):

Herbert Hoover Club (in person, starting 8/31), 2:30-7 pm Mon-Fri (meals will be provided)

Adams Park Club (in person, starting 8/31), 2:30-7 pm Mon-Fri (meals will be provided)

O’Fallon Park Club (in person, starting 8/31), 2:30-8 pm Mon-Fri (meals will be provided)

Teen Center of Excellence (in person, starting 9/8), 3-7pm Mon-Fri (meals will be provided)

Hazelwood East High School (virtual, starting 9/8), 2-6 pm Mon-Fri (scholarships available)

Riverview Gardens Club (RVGC) at Highland Elementary School (virtual, starting 9/8), 3-7 pm Mon-Fri

Hazelwood Elementary School Club (HESC at Larimore Elementary School) (virtual, starting 9/8), 3-7 pm Mon-Fri

Southeast Middle School Club (SEMSC) (virtual, starting 9/8), 3-7 pm Mon-Fri

The following locations will provide school day, in person support:

Be Great: Graduate serving Roosevelt High students (at Carnahan High School of the Future) starting 8/31, 8 am – 3:10 pm, Mon-Fri

Teen Center of Excellence (starting 9/8), 7:15 am-3:50 pm, Mon-Fri

Be Great: Graduate (at Normandy High School), starting 9/8,

To register your child for these programs, click here. If you are a NEW member, registration for one year is $25. If you registered for summer, no fee is charged, simply complete the form for the location that interests you.

 

 

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