Fall Programming

Helping Kids Learn, Be Safe, and Be Healthy

‍To register for BGCSF's Virtual Clubhouse, please use this form.
Clubhouses manage registration on an individual basis.
Please complete this application form to request Fall placement at your preferred location.  

For questions or more information, please contact your local Clubhouse.

Fall Registration

Signature Programs

San Francisco Rebels Basketball

Our year-round AAU basketball program gives youth the opportunity to compete in local and national tournaments, receive academic support, and participate in community service.

academic support

Our skilled and caring staff members are committed to helping our youth achieve academic success. This winter/spring, Club members must bring all schoolwork assigned to you, along with your school-issued Chromebook or other technology, when you come to the Club.

food services

Healthy breakfast and lunch will be provided daily this winter/spring. At the Club, youth are provided all-natural, healthy snacks and drinks. These meals are prepared fresh daily with no artificial preservatives, no artificial colors, and no high-fructose corn syrup in any of the food served.

safety

Throughout the pandemic, BGCSF has held the health and safety of our youth and staff at the forefront of all our decision making. For in-Club services, we are strictly adhering to city and county public health guidelines for youth services. While different, we are equally focused on safety for our virtual Clubhouse participants. Our number one priority is always the safety of the youth we serve.

Click below to see our COVID-19 Safety Protocols.

virtual clubhouse

In addition to our in-Club services, three of our Clubs will be offering virtual programming through BGCSF's Virtual Clubhouse for members ages six to 18. These services are being provided by our skilled and caring staff and follow strict guidelines for online safety. For more information, please contact your local Clubhouse.

community hubs initiative

BGCSF is supporting San Francisco’s Community Hubs Initiative, a collaboration with DCYF, SFUSD, and community-based organizations like Boys & Girls Clubs of San Francisco to support distance learning for high-need students during the school year. Click below for more information.
Please contact yourlocal Clubhouse for more information.
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