Before and After School Programs for Grades K-8

HOURS OF OPERATION: Monday – Friday, 6:30am – 6:00pm
OFFICE HOURS: Monday – Friday, 7:30am – 6:00pm
MEMBERSHIP FEE: $25 (Valid from September 2023 – August 2024)
PROGRAM FEES: From $40/day to $100/week

Looking for affordable before and after school programs with transportation to/from school?
The Club has everything you need, with award-winning programs for grades K-8.

Our school-age recreation centers offer adult supervised before and after school child care programs and activities under the guidelines of the California Department of Social Services. Children enrolled in kindergarten through high school are eligible to join our school-age centers. Younger children not meeting the age requirements may attend one of our licensed child development preschools for ages 6 weeks through pre-kindergarten.

  • Academic Success. Dedicated staff for homework assistance, WiFi access, printers, and other resources dedicated to help your child succeed in school, and hands-on enrichment programs that make learning fun! Activities include: homework help, Power Hour, Imagine Science, BreakoutEDU, ST Math, Khan Academy, Lego Engineers, DIY STEM, littleBits, Project Learn, MyFuture.net and coding and robotics programs.
  • Good Character. Service clubs, Kid of the Month and Youth of the Year programs, and more help kids become good friends and community members. Activities include: SMART Moves, SMART Girls, Passport to Manhood, and Torch Club.
  • Healthy Lifestyles. Cooking classes, nutrition education, and fitness programs teach healthy habits that will set your child up for independence and wellness. Activities include: cooking and nutrition classes, Positive Sprouts (gardening and science), Healthy Habits, ad Triple Play (healthy lifestyles).
  • Arts. Your child can explore their creativity while developing fine arts skills and enjoying crafts. Activities include: arts and crafts, Image Makers (digital photography), Meet the Masters (fine art), Creative Authors Club, and digital arts.
  • Sports & Recreation. Daily sports games and activities in our gym and outdoor spaces keep kids active and having fun! Activities include: Triple Play, basketball, soccer, foosball, pool, indoor and outdoor games, relays, tournaments, and contests.
  • Social Emotional Learning. As kids grow, their social emotional development is a key factor in their happiness and success in all areas of life. The Club’s programming is designed to:
    • Help kids learn how to make friends and develop positive relationships with peers and caring adults
    • Help kids learn about feelings and develop self-control and empathy.
    • Help kids develop good self-esteem and understand that they are important members of our Club community and the wider world.

Read the 2024 Spring Program Guide


Before School Program: 6:30am – until school starts, Monday – Friday

  • $40 – Full Time, 5 Days per Week
  • Includes school bus transportation to participating schools

After School Program: After School – 6:00pm, Monday – Friday

  • Full-Time – 5 days per week
    $100/week for grades 1-8, 2nd child $90/week
    $105/week for kindergarteners
  • Part Time
    1 day per week: $40/week
    2 days per week: $60/week
    3 days per week: $80/week
  • Full-time and part-time After School Programs include school bus transportation to participating schools AND include full-day programs on your regularly scheduled days from 6:30am – 6:00pm at no extra charge when schools are closed for conference days, school holidays, and Winter and Spring Break.

Scholarships are available for families whose incomes qualify. Please ask the front office for more information.


The safety of the children we serve is always the Club’s #1 priority.
Since the start of the pandemic, we have been able to keep our Boys & Girls Club community as safe as possible by working together and following the guidance of public health experts.

These precautions include (but are not limited to):

  • Face coverings encouraged as required by local health care agencies.
  • Frequent sanitizing of facilities and equipment.
  • Encouraging good hygiene practices, including hand hygiene.

Your cooperation in following the guidance below will help us ensure the safety of our club community.

  • Stay home when you are sick and contact the branch immediately to inform of illness.
  • Members must be symptom free to attend the Club.
  • Members who exhibit symptoms while at the club must be picked up immediately.
  • The Club will notify parents and Staff of any positive COVID-19 case in a cohort/classroom.
  • Children with reported symptoms may be required to provide a doctor’s note, negative COVID-19 test, or self-isolate before return to the Club.
  • The Club will follow guidance on COVID-19 isolation and quarantine provided by the CDPH and County of Orange.
  • The Club adheres to required reporting requirements and will notify OCHCA of any newly reported case of COVID-19 of members or staff.

Our weekly before and after school program includes transportation to and from 40+ schools in the Fountain Valley, Huntington Beach, Ocean View, Garden Grove, and Westminster school districts on our certified buses.

The Haynes Family Huntington Beach Branch, located at 2309 Delaware Street in Huntington Beach, provides transportation to and from the following schools:
Fountain Valley School District
Newland • Oka • Talbert
Huntington Beach City School District
Dwyer • Eader • Hawes • Huntington Seacliff • Moffett • Peterson • Smith • Sowers
Charter Schools
Kinetic Academy West (Grades TK-5) and Kinetic Academy East (Grades 6-8)

The Kingston Fountain Valley Branch, located at 16582 Brookhurst Street in Fountain Valley, provides transportation to and from the following schools:
Fountain Valley School District
Courreges • Cox • Fulton • Gisler • Masuda • Plavan • Tamura
Garden Grove School District
Allen • Carrillo • Northcutt • Paine
Ocean View School District
Vista View

The Pacific Life Foundation Branch provides transportation to and from the following schools:
Ocean View School District
Circle View •  College View • Golden View • Harbour View • Hope View • Lake View • Marine View • Mesa View • Spring View • Star View • Village View • Westmont.
Westminster School District
Clegg • Schroeder • Stacey

Can’t find your school on the list? Use this interest form to let the Club know you’d like us to include your school in the Club’s transportation program.