Update as of Jan. 8th: Boys & Girls Clubs of Bellevue will reopen several sites on Thursday, January 21 as the Bellevue School District returns to school. Program locations and schools served are limited due to COVID restrictions.
REMOTE / HYBRID LEARNING 20-21
Boys & Girls Clubs of Bellevue's remote / hybrid program enhances the skills and knowledge young people learn at school through high-yield learning activities. Each day, dedicated BGCB staff deliver innovative and inspiring programs focused on BGCB's three outcome areas: Academic Success, Healthy Lifestyles, and Good Character & Citizenship.
All participants must have a current $27 Boys & Girls Clubs of Bellevue membership.
$175/week for Hybrid (K-2 at this time)
$200/week for Remote Learning (3-5 that will return to Hybrid)
Program locations and schools served are limited due to COVID restrictions.
Scholarships are available for those that qualify. Visit our scholarship page
for more information.
Clubs are open for some School's Out Days and CLOSED for most federal holidays. See our Upcoming Closures page for more info.
Registration for the 20-21 school year will open Wednesday, January 13th at 12pm.
A 50% refund will be issued for withdrawal requests made before the start of the program. Once the week of program being withdrawn from has begun, no refund will be issued. Membership fees are non-refundable.
BGCB Clubs offers a variety of programs designed to increase academic performance including reading and writing practices, homework help, and fun activities. Trained, passionate staff facilitate data-driven programming to boost academic performance and social development of Club members. Below is a sample of programs offered at each of our Clubs:
Power Hour: homework help and reading program
Fine Arts: members learn a new medium each month and have the opportunity to enter pieces in our annual Fine Arts Showcase
Technology: Including, Music Tech, Photo Tech, Video Tech, and Game Tech
Fit Club: members learn proper techniques for exercising.
Triple Play: a healthy mind, body and soul program, combining exercise with healthy eating and good sportsmanship.
SMART Moves: a program designed to help members make healthy choices, develop good decision-making skills, improve self-confidence, and grow as an individual
Good Character & Citizenship
Youth of the Month: A member that consistently meets the Club Expectations of Respect Yourself, Respect Others, Respect the Club, and Have Fun! This member participates fully in Club activities, especially Power Hour. Youths of the Months serves as a role model for fellow Club members.
Youths of the Month are celebrated at the Club by having their photograph displayed, at school with a celebratory Subway lunch brought to them by Club staff, at home with a Certificate of Recognition, and everywhere with a Youth of the Month t-shirt.
FIND YOUR CLUB
All Sites are 7:30am-5:30pm except those noted below
Cherry Crest Elementary
Crossroads Community Center
16000 NE 10th ST, 98008
Lake Hills Clubhouse
1050 160 AVE SE, 98008
South Bellevue CC