Unlocking Academic Success

How Boys & Girls Clubs of Conejo Valley Can Help Students and Parents Succeed

In today’s fast-paced world, ensuring the academic success of our youth has become a collective responsibility. It takes a village to provide the necessary support and resources for students to thrive academically. Recognizing this, the Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Conejo Valley has been at the forefront of providing high-quality out-of-school enrichment programs that enhance student success. With a mission to engage, explore, discover, and inspire, the Clubs are dedicated to engaging kids creatively, emotionally, intellectually, and physically. The Clubs aim to bridge the achievement gap through various academic enrichment programs and empower students to reach their full potential.

Unlocking Academic Success - Helping Students and Parents Succeed

The Power of Academic Enrichment

Bridging the gap from student to community

Bridging the Gap in Communities

The Boys & Girls Club of Conejo Valley provides support to youths in communities in the Conejo Valley United School District and Las Virgenes Unified School District. The youths in our communities need access to a safe space after school that offers academic enrichment, health and fitness activities with friends, and resources necessary for academic success, such as homework help, tutoring, and computer access to complete school projects. By providing a safe and nurturing environment, the Clubs offer a lifeline to students, helping them overcome emotional and physical barriers to achieve their goals.

STEM enrichment after school

A Holistic Approach
to Learning

At the Clubs, academic enrichment goes beyond traditional classroom learning. Through a diverse range of programs, students are exposed to various subjects, including STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math). By integrating fun and interactive activities, the Clubs make learning enjoyable and engaging, fostering a love for education that extends beyond the school walls.

Homework help and tutoring resources after school

Homework Help
& Tutoring Services

One of the key pillars of academic success is having access to academic support outside of school hours. The Boys and Girls Clubs of Greater Conejo Valley understand students’ challenges when completing homework assignments or studying for exams. That’s why the Clubs provide dedicated spaces for homework completion, equipped with internet and computer access. Trained adult mentors, including Club employees and vetted volunteers, offer guidance, assistance, and tutoring, ensuring students receive the necessary support to excel academically.

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Mentorship for
Youth Development

In addition to after-school academic support, the Clubs also prioritize character and leadership development. Through mentorship programs, students can access positive role models who inspire and guide them. These mentors help instill essential life skills, such as goal setting, problem-solving, and decision-making, preparing students for future success.

How the Clubs Support
Busy or Working Parents

The Clubs understand busy or working parents’ challenges in providing their children with a safe and enriching after-school environment. That’s why the Clubs aim to alleviate the burden on parents by offering convenient solutions.

Easy Locations and Transportation

To further support busy families, the Clubs are strategically located on school campuses, making it convenient for elementary and middle schoolers to access the programs without additional transportation. Additionally, transportation is provided for 5th graders, ensuring that all students have equal opportunities to benefit from the Clubs’ after-school programs and enrichment offerings.

Flexible Attendance Options

The Clubs recognize that not all families require full-time after-school care. Parents can enroll their children for all weekdays or select specific days based on their needs. This flexibility ensures parents can balance their work commitments and their child’s academic enrichment needs in a safe, after-school environment.

A Consistent Source of Encouragement

The Clubs not only provide a safe haven for students but also serve as a consistent source of encouragement. By fostering a sense of belonging and forming lasting friendships, the Clubs create a supportive community where students can thrive academically, socially, and emotionally.

Healthy Resources and Snacks

Recognizing the importance of nutrition in supporting academic success, the Clubs provide nutritious snacks to fuel students’ minds and bodies. By offering healthy resources, the Clubs ensure students have the energy and focus they need to excel academically.

Promoting Academic Success for Our Youths

The Boys and Girls Clubs of Conejo Valley are dedicated to promoting academic success among young individuals. Our comprehensive approach encompasses four main points:

Youth Leadership

Character and Leadership Development

We believe fostering strong character and leadership skills is essential for academic success. Through mentorship programs and engaging activities, we empower our members to become responsible, ethical, and respectful individuals who can effectively lead in various settings.

Youth Leadership

Academic Success

We prioritize academic achievement at the Boys and Girls Clubs. Our dedicated staff and volunteers are committed to providing guidance and encouragement to help members excel in their studies. We offer tutoring services, educational workshops, and access to technology to ensure that every young person has the opportunity to thrive academically.

Youth Leadership

Education and Career Development

We provide educational support and resources to help young people reach their full potential. From homework assistance to college preparation programs, we equip our members with the tools and knowledge to succeed academically and explore future career opportunities.

Youth Leadership

Health and Life Skills

Physical and mental well-being are crucial to academic success. Our health and life skills programs teach our members about nutrition, exercise, stress management, and critical life skills. We create an environment that supports holistic development and enhances academic performance by fostering healthy habits and positive coping strategies.

At the Boys and Girls Clubs of Conejo Valley, we firmly believe that every young person’s academic success is within reach. By focusing on character development, providing educational support, prioritizing academic achievement, and promoting health and life skills, we strive to empower our members to achieve their full potential academically and beyond.

The Clubs serve Conejo Valley School District and Las Virgenes School District

Serving the Local School Districts

The Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Conejo Valley serve two primary school districts: Conejo Valley Unified School District (CVUSD) and Las Virgenes Unified School District (LVUSD). By collaborating with these districts, the Clubs extend their reach and impact to a larger student population in our communities.

The Clubs serves students in Conejo Valley School District

Conejo Valley Unified School District (CVUSD)

CVUSD encompasses 27 schools and serves approximately 17,397 students in Thousand Oaks, the adjacent community of Newbury Park, and the Ventura County portion of Westlake Village. The middle schools within CVUSD that have a Club on campus include:

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Cal & Marje
Johnston Club

on the campus of Colina Middle School

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John L. Notter
Family Club

on the campus of Redwood Middle School

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Marion & John E.
Anderson Youth Center

on the campus of Los Cerritos Middle School

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Rocky & Lon
Morton Club

on the campus of Sequoia Middle School

The Clubs serves students in Las Virgenes School District

Las Virgenes Unified School District (LVUSD)

LVUSD serves approximately 11,500 students from Agoura Hills, Calabasas, Hidden Hills, and the Los Angeles County portion of Westlake Village. The district comprises 15 schools, including middle schools and elementary schools. The schools within LVUSD that have a Club on campus include:

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A.C Stelle Club
on the campus of A.C. Stelle Middle School

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Dr. Richard
Grossman Club

on the campus of Chaparral Elementary School

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Jacqueline &
Albert “Bud”
Marley Club

on the campus of A.E. Wright Middle School

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Karen & Ed
Jefferson Club

on the campus of Bay Laurel Elementary School

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Linda & David
Catlin Club

on the campus of Lindero Canyon Middle School

Academic Enrichment Plays a Vital Role in Enhancing Student Success

The Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Conejo Valley recognize the importance of providing high-quality out-of-school time programs to bridge the achievement gap and empower students from underserved communities. By offering a holistic approach to learning, homework help and tutoring services, mentorship programs, and support for busy parents, the Clubs ensure that students have the resources and opportunities they need to thrive academically.

Through their alliance with local school districts, the Clubs extend their reach and impact, making a significant difference in the lives of countless students in our communities.

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Join the Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Conejo Valley in their mission to unlock the full potential of every student and create a brighter future for all.