Programs With Purpose

The Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Conejo Valley proudly offers programming at eight locations throughout our community. We offer academic support, working closely with teachers and administration to meet the needs of our participating kids. We provide homework help, enrichment activities like art, sports, leadership, STEM, and performing arts, and ensure social interaction and fun in every lesson. Our staff are trained in Social Emotional Learning, fostering connections among kids and promoting balance in our dynamic environment.

Members will be able to participate in:


Academic Success & Career Readiness

By fostering a deep curiosity and thirst for knowledge, academic success equips youths with the ability to make informed decisions and solve complex problems.

Through hands-on experiments, interactive projects, and exploration of cutting edge oncepts, youths gain the capacity to adapt, innovate, and excel in fields that drive progress.


Character & Leadership

These programs are the guiding lights that empower and uplift our youth, molding them into responsible and caring citizens. Through these programs, young members develop essential life skills, leadership qualities, and a strong sense of civic responsibility, preparing them to make positive contributions to their communities and become leaders of tomorrow.


Healthy Lifestyles & Recreation

Nurturing well-being and fostering personal growth helps youths to develop a strong sense of self and the skills to thrive independently. In these programs, we aim to promote physical activity, healthy habits, and social engagement among our members. Through cooking, yoga, sports, fitness activities, and recreational games, we provide opportunities for youth to stay active, build  confidence, and develop lifelong habits that contribute to their overall well-being and happiness.


The Arts

Creativity takes center stage as we provide opportunities for youth to explore various artistic mediums and express themselves through visual and performing arts. From painting and drawing to music and theater, our programs foster creativity, self-expression, and confidence-building. Through hands-on experiences and guidance, youth develop their artistic talents while discovering new passions and outlets for self-expression.


Afterschool Members


Healthy Snacks


Summer Campers


Clubs Opened

We are dedicated to providing programs that are available to all children in our community. Through generous donations and amazing volunteers, we are able to offer financial aid to all children who qualify. Discounts are available for children of Military families.

When School Is Closed…

We’re Open!

We offer many fun activities for students during school breaks, pupil-free days, and in-service days.

When schools are closed, join us at:


Club Anderson

Los Cerritos Middle School


Club Grossman

Chaparral Elementary School

We’re Only Closed on Major Holidays

5th Grade Transportation

To help your child participate in quality programs, receive help with homework, and enjoy our exciting enrichment classes, the Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Conejo Valley is now offering after-school transportation from your 5th grader’s elementary school. Transportation is an additional fee.  Space is limited so be sure to call today and sign up!

Elementary School Pickup Locations Include:

Marion & John E. Anderson
on the campus of Los Cerritos Middle School

Lang Ranch


John L. Notter Family Club
on the campus of Redwood Middle School



Cal & Marje Johnston Club
on the campus of Colina Middle School

Westlake Hills


Rocky & Lon Morton Club
on the campus of Sequoia Middle School

Sycamore Canyon


Linda & David Catlin Club
on the campus of Lindero Canyon Middle School

Yerba Buena


Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion

We at the Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Conejo Valley condemn any act of racism or discrimination. We advocate for youth to have equitable opportunities and encourage young people to harness the power of their voice. We believe it is critical to speak up and take action because silence is complacency. As a nation, we can and must demand change to support anyone who faces systemic oppression. Together, we must take action to ensure the future is great for the millions of kids that are counting on us.

Program Partners