Excelsior Clubhouse

LOCATION:

163 London St.
San Francisco, CA 94112

HOURS

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

Middle School:
Mon-Tue: 3pm-7pm
Wed: 3pm-8pm
Thur-Fri: 3pm-7pm

High School:
Mon-Thur: 3pm-8pm
Fri: 3pm-9pm

PHONE:

415-334-2582

FAX:

415-334-3172

BACKGROUND

The Excelsior Clubhouse is owned by the City of San Francisco. Also known locally as the Excelsior Youth Center, the Clubhouse opened in 1998 as part of an initiative to bring much needed youth services to the Excelsior District. This Boys & Girls Club works in partnership with the Excelsior Community School located next door to provide access to the Club’s gymnasium and to encourage youth to participate in the Club’s strong after-school programs. Boys & Girls Clubs of San Francisco functions under three-year contracts with the Department of Children, Youth, and Their Families to operate this Clubhouse. The building is approximately 24,000 square feet and is the fourth largest Clubhouse in the BGCSF organization.

PROGRAMS AT EXCELSIOR CLUBHOUSE

Middle + High School Services
Leadership Clubs
Performing and Fine Arts
Team Sports

Other programs at Excelsior Club include: K-12 Academic Support, Social Recreation, Team Sports* (Basketball, Flag Football, Summer Baseball – Note: Some sports are seasonal and not offered year round. Please call the Clubhouse to check current offerings.)

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THE TEAM

Jennifer Snyder
Clubhouse Director

Brent Nier
Health & Fitness Director

Allison Chalco
Art Coordinator

Ashley Simmons
Education Director

Chris McNevin
Art Coordinator

Claudia Corona
Youth Development Coordinator

Earl Declet
High School Services Director

Daniel Villegas
Youth Development Coordinator

Jontonette Clark
Middle School Director

Richard Polote
Youth Development Coordinator

STORIES FROM BGCSF

TRANSPORTATION INFORMATION

School Bus Transport provided by BGCSF from Longfellow Elementary & Denman Middle School
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Safe walk from Monroe Elementary provided by BGCSF
School Bus Transport provided by SFUSD for Hillcrest Elementary School
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Safe walk provide by Mission Preparatory for Mission Preparatory students.