Boys & Girls Clubs of Garden Grove offers high quality, impactful after-school programming on a large majority of school campuses across Garden Grove Unified School District (GGUSD). Students in grades K-12th attending one of the qualified schools listed below are eligible to attend the after-school program on their respective campus. These school-based programs are offered free of charge in partnership with GGUSD and are funded by After School Education Safety (ASES), 21st Century Community Learning Centers (21st CCLC), After School Safety and Enrichment for Teens (ASSETs) programs, and Extended Learning Opportunity Programs (ELOP).
Students enrolled in our ASES/21st CCLC/ASSETS programs attend the after-school program immediately upon school dismissal until 6:00 p.m. ASES programs provide academic assistance, distance learning support, an opportunity for students to participate in physical activities, high-quality enrichment programs and activities, and a daily snack. Enrollment at many of our ASES programs is limited. If you are interested in enrolling, please contact the site supervisor at your respective school or contact our office at (714) 530-0430.
Monroe Elementary is a fee-based dual immersion program, which fosters bilingualism, bi literacy, enhanced awareness of linguistic, and cultural diversity, and high levels of academic achievement of instruction in two languages.
Learn more about the need and impact of our School Based Programs. Download our program evaluation guide.
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How do I enroll in an ASES program?
- Check the list of sites above to make sure that an ASES program is offered at your child’s school.
- Download our registration form and complete both sides.
- Contact the Site Supervisor at your child’s school to submit the completed form or drop the form off at the front office at your student’s school. A member of our team will contact you to confirm receipt of your application and to discuss a possible start date for your student.
How limited is enrollment in the ASES programs?
- Enrollment can vary by site, but every program has a limit as to the number of students enrolled. If a program is full, students will be placed on a wait list. Students on the wait list will be contacted by a member of our team as soon as space in the program becomes available.
Why are students required to be in the program until 6:00 pm?
- ASES programs are grant funded. The grant requires that students enrolled in the program attend regularly and that they take part in the entirety of the program in order for the program to achieve the desired results. Leaving the program early or being absent does not necessarily prevent a student from being accepted into the program. Parents are encouraged to speak with the Site Supervisor at their respective school site to discuss early release and absences.