Membership:
The Boys & Girls Clubs of La Habra’s general membership for children ages 7 – 18 is $20.00 and valid from January 1 through December 31. Membership is required to participate in club activities.

Core Programs:
Thanks to our membership charter with the Boys & Girls Clubs of America, we are able to conduct nationally recognized programs that address today's most pressing youth issues, teaching young people the skills they need to succeed in life. We recognized the five core programs throughout the Club daily. Character & Leadership Development, Education & Career Development, Health & Life Skills, The Arts, Sports, Fitness & Recreation. See our Core Programs flyer for more information.
Core Program Info


CAMP Great:
Summer is around the corner… The Boys & Girls Clubs of La Habra could not be more excited. Summer Camp, Weekly Fieldtrips, Basketball League, Food Program, Extended Day Program, Talent Show and much more. With so much to offer check out our summer brochure for more inforamtion.  See Email for summer brochure.
CAMP Program Info


Saturday Program:
Every Saturday come and enjoy games, sports, computers,the new dance studio and other activites planned from 11 a.m.– 3 p.m. There will be snacks and drinks avaliable along with adult staff to help enjoy the day with the kids. Park & Ride Xpress program, our free transportation services from Montwood Park and Descanso Park is also avaliable. Students from Park & Ride Xpress must sign permission slips to attend. For any additional information please call the Club (562) 694-1805.

Parents must be present at park for pick up and drop off.
- Mountwood Park pick up @ 11:00 a.m./drop off @ 2:00 p.m.
- Descanso Park pick up @ 11:30 a.m./ drop off @ 2:30 p.m.

Saturday Program Info


Torch Club for Leadership:
Torch Club is a chartered, small group youth leadership and service for boys & girls 11-13. A Torch Club is a powerful vehicle through which Club staff can help meet the special character development needs of younger adolescents at a critical stage in their life.  Torch Club members learn to elect officers and work together to implement activities in four areas: service to Club and community; education; health and fitness; and social recreation.  Each year, Torch Club members from across the country take part in a service learning experience through the National Torch Club Project. For More Information please call Amber Villasenor at (562) 694-1805.                                     

Torch Club Info


Dance Studio
:
Torch Club is a chartered, small group youth leadership and service for boys & girls 11-13. A Torch Club is a powerful vehicle through which Club staff can help meet the special character development needs of younger adolescents at a critical stage in their life.  Torch Club members learn to elect officers and work together to implement activities in four areas: service to Club and community; education; health and fitness; and social recreation.  Each year, Torch Club members from across the country take part in a service learning experience through the National Torch Club Project. For More Information please call Amber Villasenor at (562) 694-1805.                                     
Dance Studio Info


After Education and Safety (ASES) Program:
The After School Education and Safety Program (ASES) is implemented by the Boys and Girls Clubs of La Habra and is offered free to all students, kindergarten through eighth grade and is located on each of the District school sites. ASES offers a well supervised, comprehensive and academically focused program.

     Program Content:
     
  1. Academics (Literacy Arts, Math, Science, & Social Science)
       2. Intervention and Homework Success
       3. Enrichment -Visual and Performing Arts
       4. Social Emotional Development (Social Skills, Leadership, Behavior, Well Being)
       5. Health and Safety ( Nutrition & Health, Physical Development, Personal Safety)
       6. Community Engagement





Arts & Crafts:
Our arts and crafts program enables youth to develop creatively and cultural awareness through knowledge and appreciation of visual and tactile arts and crafts. Our program includes drawing, painting, ceramics, and daily craft projects.

Ceramics Club:
Come and learn the art of ceramics. Members will learn an innovative approach to art education through the craft of ceramics.  Members are encouraged to explore their creativity while learning the basics of clay. Join the Ceramics Club today! 
Ceramics Club Info


Extended Day
The Boys & Girls Clubs of La Habra offers special hours to our members who need a fun & safe place to go before and after each school day. Our Extended Day program includes participation in all daily planned clubhouse activities, excluding fieldtrips and camp.

ENROLLMENT FEE: $40 Per Child
HOURS: 6:30 am – 6:30 pm Monday – Friday

     School Year Program:
       
• Transportaion to and from schools in La Habra City School District (LHCSD), Lowell Joint School                   District (LJSD), Our Lady of Guadalupe and parts of the East Whittier City School District
       • Program will run Monday through Friday through the end of the school year
       • Includes a continental breakfast and afternoon snack
       • Current membership required (2015)
       • Enrollment form, fee & first payment must be made before being   accepted into the program
       Any school that is outside of LHSCD and LJSD will incur an additional weekly transportation fee of $5.

       Weekly Fees:
            Full Time (Before and After School)
                        Grades 2nd – 8th (Ages 7 & Up)                  $73/Week
                        Grades Kindergarten – 1st (Ages 5 & 6)            $78/Week
            Part time (Before or After School)
                        Grades 2nd – 8th (Ages 7 & Up)                  $63/Week
                        Grades Kindergarten – 1st (Ages 5 & 6)            $68/Week

  • Financial assistance available. (Proof of income required)
  • All unpaid balances must be resolved before being accepted into the Extended Day Program
  • For more information on our Extended Day Program, please call (562) 694-1805
    Programs Info

SUMMER EXTENDED DAY - June 1st – Aug 14th 2015 
ENROLLMENT FEE: $40 Per Child
HOURS: 6:30 am – 6:30 pm Monday – Friday

       Weekly Fees (per child):
                        Grades 2nd & up                              $89/Week
                        Grades Kindergarten – 1st                       $98/Week

  • For more information on our Extended Day Program, please call Zoila Rodriguez (562) 694-1805
    Programs Info


Games Room:
The Games Room is the heart of the Club. At any given moment kids' laughter and enthused voices can be heard, swirling around this hub of activity. It is here that the roots of the Club's mission take hold. In the games room at any early age, kids learn respect, sharing and interpersonal skills that eventually blossom into our core area of Leadership & Development.

Bumper pool, billiards, ping pong, table hockey, foosball and other games and tournaments improve motor skills, teach structure through rules and regulations as well as foster good sportsmanship and fair play.

The formative hours spent in the Games Room flow seamlessly into the Club's entire programming.





D
r. Alan & Belinda Kahn Music Center
Our music center currently offers weekly small group guitar lessons.

Seeking Volunteer Piano Teacher

Come and learn the art of ceramics. Members will learn an innovative approach to art education through the craft of ceramics.  Members are encouraged to explore their creativity while learning the basics of clay. Join the Ceramics Club today! 

Programs Info




Robert E Fulton Education Center
:
Robert E. Fulton was a special person and special friend.  He was born in Whittier California.  He attended schools in Paramount and Downey, and graduated from the University of Southern California School of Civil Engineering.  He owned the Robert E. Fulton Company, a leading engineering construction firm, for over thirty years.

Always a philanthropist, in 1989 he founded the Fulton Foundation to continue his goal of aiding in the education of youth.  He served on the Los Alamos School Board, funded special needs classes in La Habra and Los Alamos.  He gave generously to youth organizations such as the Boys and Girls Clubs of La Habra , Children's Museum of La Habra and to the USC School of Engineering.

"There are so many things that could be said about Bob, but he was not one who liked awards or recognition.  We often discussed our beliefs that he and I were put on this earth with the ability to earn more than we personally needed so that we could give to others (especially children)."  -- Sulie Fulton.

Robert E. Fulton, June 13th 1936 - August 6th, 1995

This Education Center will enable young people to learn, explore and imagine.

The Robert E. Fulton Education Center provides children with the following facilities and equipment:
     • Two Classrooms
     • 1 Multi Media Center
     • 37 computers
     • 4 iMac Workstations
     • Smart Board
     • Independent Study Areas
     • Mini Conference Room

The Robert E. Fulton Education Center also provides daily homework help and tutoring and the following programs:
     • Power Hour
     • My Future - download flyer
     • Art Club - download flyer
     • Jr. Architects - download flyer
     • Garden Club - download flyer



John & Tillie Campos Teen Center:

Come hang out with your friends at the Teen Center! Check out your favorite sports games on our large screen T.V. equipped with our DVD home theater surround sound system and gaming system with the best games available.

Programs conducted in the Teen Center include Passport to Manhood, Money Matters, Smart Moves, Gear Up For College a college exploration (with use of our lap top computers), information and academic program.

The Teen Center is Just for Teens!
No parents and no little kids – just fun with your friends.


TEEN PROGRAMS
   
PASSPORT TO MANHOOD
      A targeted effort to engage boys in interactive discussion & activities to reinforce positive behavior.
    STAY SMART
      A creative, fun, learning experience that provides teens with accurate information, resistance               training and other critical skills dealing with teen issues.
    MONEY MATTERS
      A Money Management Program for Teens
   JOB READY/ CAREER LAUNCH
      Prepares Teens for the Work Force and Careers
       
      
       
GEAR UP FOR COLLEGE
          Gives advice and preparation for college
        KEYSTONE LEADERSHIP CLUB
          Tuesday 4:30 pm - 5:30 pm

     DAILY TEEN ACTIVITIES
       
EDUCATION CENTER
       
  Computers
          Internet Access
          E-mail
          Homework Assistance
       GAMES / TOURNAMENTS
       
  Pool
          Ping Pong
          Foosball
          Board Games
          CD Stereo Player
       ATHLETICS
       
  Basketball
          Flag Football
          Volleyball
          Soccer
     
     
TEEN OUTINGS
       
College Exploration, visit local campuses
       • Theme Parks
       • Movie Theaters
       • Beach Trip



Sports, Fitness, and Recreation:
The Club is committed to providing quality and organized athletic teams and recreation activities that give our club members the opportunity to enhance their overall physical fitness, and develop their competitive spirit while understanding the principles of teamwork.  We accomplish this by committing to the following:
1. Actively encouraging participation by club members ages 6-18
2. Facilitating increased communication and collaboration between youth teams and the civic and corporate communities that support athletics and recreation
3. Enhancing knowledge of sports through instruction, demonstration and example by committed and trained volunteers and coaches
4. Inspiring sportsmanship and promoting fair play
5. Enlightening the area’s youth as to the history and traditions of sports

TRIPLE PLAY
A Game Plan for Mind, Body and Soul.
Triple Play, BGCA’s first comprehensive health and wellness program, developed in collaboration with the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, strives to improve the overall health of Club Members ages 6-18 by increasing their daily physical activity, teaching them good nutrition and helping them develop healthy relationships. For more information call (562) 694-1805.

Triple Play Info


We also offer the following activities: Basketball League, Volleyball League, Indoor Soccer, “New Games”, and recreational play and offer a nutrition program. Our facility houses two gymnasiums used by all members and a fitness/weight center used by members ages 13 & up.

See Pat Favela for more information regarding our Co-Ed Sport Volleyball & Basketball Leagues. We are seeking volunteer coaches & refs for the leagues.