As a member you will have full access to all of the facilities and programs at the Boys & Girls Club of Kenosha.
The Boys & Girls Club’s youth development strategy is designed to build self-esteem and allow our youth to live full, satisfying and productive lives. It is important that all programs and activities promote these efforts to their fullest potential. This includes:
- Academic Success – graduate from high school ready for college, trade school, military or employment.
- Good Character and Citizenship – be an engaged citizen involved in the community, register to vote and model strong character.
- Healthy Lifestyles – adopt a healthy diet, practice healthy lifestyle choices and make a lifelong commitment to fitness.
The core program areas that we focus on are: character and leadership development, education and career development, health and life skills, the arts as well as sports, fitness and recreation.
Youth Membership: $20/year per child or family memberships for 2 or more children are $30/year annually.
Adult Membership: $65/year per adult or $100/year per couple annually.
Senior Membership: Free 1-year membership (age 60+).
Date: Begins the first day of school each year
Who: Boys & girls ages 6-12 attending McKinley, Grewenow, Bose, Roosevelt, Grant, EBSOLA Dual Language, Brass, Vernon and EBSOLA Creative Arts.
What: After school transportation for Boys & Girls Club of Kenosha members will be offered from the schools listed above five days per week for members who attend the Club an average of three days per week. Parents are required to pick up there children at the Club before closing time.
When: Applicants are accepted on a first-come, first serve basis each summer as a limited quantity of space is available for FREE transportation to the BGCK.
Registration: All youth, teen and transportation program registration must be done in person at the Boys & Girls Club of Kenosha.
Questions: Contact the Director of Youth Services at 262.653.7325 or firstname.lastname@example.org for membership/transportation information.
How do I get in contact with energy assistance?
UMOS provides energy assistance. Their phone number is 262-657-2170.
How do I get in contact with Kenosha Community Health Center?
Click HERE. Their phone number is 262-764-4110.
How can I find out if my child’s game is canceled due to weather?
The weather hotline number is 653-7354 (the hotline is updated when there are changes in the schedule due to inclement weather).
The sports department has until 4pm on weekdays and until 7am on weekends to update the hotline on the day in questions.
What team is my child on?
Participants will be called by their coach to notify them of team placement shortly before the season starts. If you have not heard from a coach, please contact the sports department at email@example.com.
What time is my game?
Game schedules can be viewed on each sport’s page: www.BGCSports.org.
When do I practice?
Some leagues have practice, others do not. Contact your coach or the sports department at firstname.lastname@example.org.
How do I become a coach?
Complete a volunteer coaching application and submit it to email@example.com.
Youth & Teen Centers
What are the hours of operation for the Troha Youth, Tween & Teen Centers?
Youth & Tween Center (free with membership):
Monday-Thursday 2:30-6:45pm, Friday 11:30am-4:45pm
Summer and Non-School Days:
AM Adventure (additional fee): 7:00am-12:00pm
Quest Camp (included in membership) : 12:00–4:45pm
Monday-Thursday 3:00-8:00pm, Friday 2:00pm-6:00pm
Summer and Non-School Days:
What are the Boys & Girls Club membership fees?
$20 per individual
$30 per family (family is siblings only, no extended family)
What are the ages of youth that can participate?
- Youth & Tween Centers: 6-12 year olds
- Teen Center: 13-18 year olds
Can my child/teen volunteer at the Boys & Girls Club?
Youth must be members of the Boys & Girls Club and can join our service clubs. Non-member youth volunteers are not permitted.
- Torch Club: 10-12 year olds
- Keystone Club: 13-18 year olds
Does the Club provide transportation from the schools?
Transportation is provided from McKinley, Grewenow, Bose, Roosevelt, Grant, EBSOLA Dual Language, Brass, Vernon and EBSOLA Creative Arts. Sign-ups to reserve a spot must be done at the Boys & Girls Club of Kenosha as there are limited spots. For more information contact the Director of Youth Services at 262.653.7325.
How do I get my child signed up for a summer job in the youth employment program?
Your child must be referred by a qualifying case worker or complete the Boys & Girls Club of Kenosha University of Excellence Program.
Membership is open to youth 6 to 18 years old. Membership is open to any youth regardless of race, color, religion or national origin.
We offer an annual membership for adults who wish to use the facility. Membership must be completed prior to participating in activities at the Boys & Girls Club and is good for one year from the date of application.
- Access to soccer field walking track
Seniors (age 60+) receive free memberships to the Boys & Girls Club of Kenosha. Forms must be completed and turned into the front desk of the BGCK.