Columbia Park Clubhouse

LOCATION:

450 Guerrero St.
San Francisco, CA 94110

HOURS:

Elementary School:
Mon-Fri: 2pm-6pm

Middle School:
Mon-Thur: 2pm-6pm
Fri: 2pm-9pm

High School:
Mon-Thur: 2pm-8pm
Fri: 2pm-9m
1st & 3rd Fri: Close at 10pm

PHONE:

415-983-3901

FAX:

415-983-3901

BACKGROUND

Since 1908, the Columbia Park Clubhouse has been a fixture in the Mission District, making an enormous impact on generations of families.  Outstanding fine art, woodworking, photography, and printmaking instruction; soccer, basketball, baseball and martial arts; a world-famous marching band, a youth-run sidewalk cleaning business, gang prevention and intervention services, and strong and effective academic support services are some of the many recognized programs and services from this outstanding Clubhouse. The Club has been nationally recognized for its innovative programs, winning six National Program Excellence Awards and more than 73 national awards for fine arts or photography from Boys & Girls Clubs of America.

The Clubhouse facility features a high-school-size gymnasium, fine arts studio, arts & crafts center, wood shop, photo studio, learning center, middle school room, high school services center, games room, dance studio, and playfield, and is approximately 32,000 square feet.

PROGRAMS AT COLUMBIA PARK CLUBHOUSE

Middle School Soccer League

Columbia Park Clubhouse’s middle school soccer league offers youth an opportunity to develop their skills in indoor soccer. Middle school-aged youth participate in workshops for the first hour and play semi-competitive games during the second hour. The league helps to build camaradiere and team work among middle school-aged youth who attend the Club.

Citywide Creative Arts Program

The Citywide Creative Arts Program is an award-winning and nationally recognized art program that provides top quality art instruction while uniting youth, families and communities in a powerful way across San Francisco. The program includes visual arts (painting, drawing, crafting, photography), performance arts (dance, drama, music instruction, and spoken word) and digital arts.

Case Management Services

Case Management Services at Columbia Park Clubhouse and Mission Clubhouse serve youth ages 12-18 who are at-risk of being affected by violence. These bilingual services wrap around members to support their development of risk reduction behaviors and provide linkages and referrals to academic support (including tutoring and credit recovery), job training, life skills education, counseling, safe passage, stipends and more. Case Management Services enhance youth decision making, empower youth, and increase their sense of safety. To learn more, please ask to speak to the Youth Outreach Director/Case Manager at your Clubhouse.

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The Team

Jay Nunez
Clubhouse Director

Anthony Wilson
Youth Development Coordinator

Arturo Durazo
Case Manager

Dupre Ross
Health + Fitness Director

Erika Monroe
Administrative Assistant

Gillian Green
Behavioral Health Specialist

Juan Duran
Custodian

Mark Heija
Art Coordinator

Reth Meas
Education Director

William Mayfield
Arts Director

STORIES FROM BGCSF

TRANSPORTATION INFORMATION

School Pickups
  • Thomas Edison Charter Academy
  • Cesar Chavez Elementary
  • Sanchez Elementary
School Dropoffs
  • Rooftop Elementary
  • McKinley Elementary