Boys and Girls Club Overview
The Boys and Girls Club of Elgin aims to provide a safe and positive environment where club members can learn, grow, and have fun during critical out-of-school hours. During club hours, members can engage in anything from homework to making a rocket or playng a pick-up game of basketball with a staff member. Programs include career exploration, STEM, leadership, fine arts, and more with a goal to improve academics, socialization, teaming, and social-emotional skills.
Apply Now! A sliding fee scale or free programming may be available through the Childcare Assistance Program.
The Boys and Girls Club of Elgin Elementary Program is available for students in kindergarten through 6th grade at the following 20 elementary school sites:
Century Oaks Elementary School
Channing Elementary School
Coleman Elementary School
Garfield Elementary School
Harriet Gifford Elementary School
Highland Elementary School
Hillcrest Elementary School
Huff Elementary School
Lords Park Elementary School
Lowrie Elementary School
McKinley Elementary School
Ronald O’Neal Elementary School
Washington Elementary School
Laurel Hill Elementary School
Ontarioville Elementary School
Parkwood Elementary School
Glenbrook Elementary School
Heritage Elementary School
Ridge Circle Elementary School
Sunnydale Elementary School
The Boys and Girls Club of Elgin Teen Program is available for students entering 7th through 12th grade. The Club provides a safe and fun place for teens during out-of-school time to connect with caring, trained professionals and engage in enriching programs. From sports to the arts, volunteerism to academic pursuits, the Club is here to help your teens discover and live out their skills, passions and potential. At the Club, we help teens find their voice and plan for the next steps in life.
There is no fee to participate in the Teen Program, which is offered from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m. Monday through Friday for high school students and from 3:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. for middle school students. Teens are encouraged to come as frequently as they choose to meet with their friends and find opportunities they wouldn’t get anywhere else.
The program is offered at the following locations:
Schaumburg Clubhouse, 231 Civic Drive in Schaumburg
To register for the Boys & Girls Club Teen Program, visit: bgcelgin.org/teen to complete a digital application on behalf of your teen and learn more about what the Club has to offer.