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Teen Programs

Lake Hills Clubhouse/Teen Excellence Center

Lake Hills Clubhouse and the TXL: Teen Excellence Center are part of our Teen Campus. These two neighboring buildings are home to all of our teen programs. Targeted specifically to young people, ages 11-19, this space provides programs for Homework assistance, Athletics, the Arts, Community Service, and Technology. "The Club" Teen Center space is complete with a state-of-the-art computer lab, tutoring and mentoring programs, teaching kitchen, and art room. Using professionally trained Club staff, Lake Hills Clubhouse offers a safe, positive place for middle school and high school kids to go after school.

Remote Learning Full-Day Program

Select Boys & Girls Clubs of Bellevue sites are open for safe and enriching full-day programming during the Bellevue School District's Remote Learning Phase.
All registrations must be completed online. No walk-ins. 
Please email for questions or more information. 

In addition to the annual $27 Boys & Girls Clubs of Bellevue membership fee, remote learning full-day programming costs $175/week. 

As always, scholarships are available. 

If you are registering with a current scholarship please contact the Club after completing registration to have the tuition adjusted.

Drop In

Our Drop In is FREE but does require members to be registered an annual membership that is $27/year . Drop In is open weekdays from 3:00-5:30pm. We are committed to offering a SAFE and progressive space for all youth to play, create and express themselves. 

For more information contact Carlos Zepeda, or call 425-429-3203.

Drop-In Policy

The Teen Center is a drop in facility. Members have the ability to leave if they decide to do so.

Middle School Students: Once students check in at the “The Club” Teen Center campus – this includes receiving transportation from school in a BGCB vehicle – they are expected to stay until transported home. If at any point, a middle school student leaves “The Club” campus they will have checked themselves out for the day and may not return until the following day.

High School Students: Students may enter and leave the “The Club” Teen Center campus at will.


Tutoring & Mentoring:

Including BE GREAT: Graduate 

Addressing the drop-out rate in this country is a national initiative for the Boys & Girls Clubs of America. Our BE GREAT: Graduate program works with teens in grades 6-12 throughout the school year and summer months to address academic achievement. With support from Nintendo, the Robert Vasen Foundation and others, we are having amazing results and are continuously working to expand the program.
Our location offers a quiet, spacious working environment to fit most studying and other academic needs. To ensure academic success, the program also offers one-on-one case management and assistance to identify and break down barriers for specific youth struggling in school. Our goal is to help teens get to where they need to be to ensure they have a successful future.

For more information on BE GREAT: Graduate, contact Chiane Puckett or call  425-644-7885.

Best Buy Teen Tech Center:

A state-of-the-art computer lab open every day after school, either drop in or come to one of our specialized activities! Ages 11-19. For more information contact our Best Buy Teen Tech Center Coordinator, Riley Adair.


WheelLab @ Club

Wheellab is a new non-profit developed specifically to meet the needs of the east king county community to provide creative, hands-on building programs for at-risk youth.  Through the medium of bicycles, youth will gain the necessary skills to maintain, build and create bikes in a positive environment that fosters thinking creatively and using the engineering brain in all of us. We aim to develop our youth into safe, conscientious riders, that know the rules of the road.  And most importantly, have fun doing it.  Join us this summer for this great opportunity. 


C2C - Clubhouse to Careers Pathways

C2C is a yearlong program in which the Club has partnered with Best Buy to provide work readiness; technology knowledge and skill building; a paid work-based summer internship; and a connection to a community of trusted adults, mentors and peers which is always there. Some C2C Pathways learning opportunities include resume writing and interviewing skills, financial literacy workshops, virtual college tours, and career panels.

This year C2C Pathways is partnering with the GRAMMY Museum. The GRAMMY Museum believes that music is a gateway to learning. They recognize excellence in music and music education, give students a path to professional success, provide exploration opportunities into all areas of music and tools to demonstrate how music education contributes to getting students college and career ready.

All members enrolled in C2C will also automatically be enrolled in the following opportunities:

Financial Literacy Camp presented by Charles Schwab: Come learn the fundamentals of financial literacy presented by Charles Schwab as well as play a mock Stock Market game to see how your financial insights work in the real world.

Resumes and Mock Interviews presented by Expedia: During the month of September members can jump on virtually with the Club and Expedia to learn the basics of writing a resume and what it takes to ace an interview. Members will also participate in 2 mock interviews and receive feedback. 

For more information contact Jordan Harrington, or call 425 429 3203.