School Age Programs
Boys & Girls Clubs of Garden Grove has a lineup of tested and proven recognized programs that address today's most pressing youth issues, teaching young people the skills they need to succeed in life. These programs have taken members from the Clubhouse to the White House; from the game room to the corporate boardroom; from the high school orchestra to Carnegie Hall.
National and local programs are available in the 5 core areas:
Character & Leadership
Education & Career
Health & Life Skills
Sports, Fitness, and Recreation
Family Campus Preschool
Family Campus Preschool provides licensed toddler and preschool childcare for more than 100 children daily. A nutritious breakfast, lunch, and snack is served to children each day out of a full-working kitchen.
Early Learning Programs
Early Learning Programs collaborates with Garden Grove Unified School District (GGUSD) and is funded by Children & Families Commissionof Orange County, to offer offer parents, caregivers, and teachers community-wide classes that are open to the public, such as Readiness on the Road, LEAN Start Program, Parent Workshops, and Teacher Workshops.
ARCHES (Access to Resources for Children’s Health, Education, and Support), located in the CHOC Health Center, is home to manyvaluable health and family services for children with or without insurance.
The CHOC Health Center is a collaborative between Boys & Girls Clubs of Garden Grove (BGCGG), Children's Hospital of Orange County (CHOC), Healthy Smiles for Kids of Orange County (HSK), and the Children & Families Commission of Orange County (CFCOC).
BE GREA+ Academy is a tutoring program for K-12th grade, designed to enable children to reach their full potential not only in school, but for the rest of their lives.
FYOP (Family & Youth Outreach Program) provides counseling, educational classes, and other community programs for families with youth who are 18 years old or younger.
FYOP works closely with the Garden Grove Police Department (GGPD) and Garden Grove Unified School District (GGUSD) to serve at-risk youth who have behavioral issues at school or at home.