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Southern Highlands Club

(702) 534-0504
10900 Southern Highlands Pkwy. Las Vegas, NV 89141
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Offering a full curriculum of programming, including Distance Learning, Academic Tutoring, Arts & Crafts, Leadership Training, Health & Wellness, Service Opportunities, Sports & E-Sports, Workforce Development, and College Scholarships.

The Southern Highlands Club also features a Community Room, Game Room, Learning Zone, Youth Cox Innovation Lab, Teen Center, Teen Cox Innovation Lab, Gymnasium, Art Room, and Courtyard.

Membership Fees and Program Pricing
Annual Club Membership is required for each participating child, in addition to weekly program costs. Financial assistance is available for qualifying households, which may allow one or more children to attend at little or no cost to the family.

Annual Membership Fees
$35/yr – Youth Membership (ages 6-12)
$20/yr – Teen Membership (ages 13-18)

Program Fees

Program fees for this Clubhouse are billed on a per week basis, per child in attendance. The fee schedule is listed below:

Afterschool Program (2pm to 7pm): $40.00 per week, School Breaks (7am to 6pm): $80.00 per week. To learn more, call us at (702) 534-0504 or email us at southernhighlandsclub@bgcsnv.org

Club Pickup & Drop-Off Locations

Evelyn Stuckey Elementary School 

Charles and Phyllis Frias Elementary School 

Ries Elementary School  

Dennis Ortwein Elementary School 

Lois and Jerry Tarkanian Middle School 

Barry and June Gunderson Middle School

Desert Oasis High School 

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Annual Club Membership is required to enroll. To become a new member, complete the Annual Membership and Childcare Assistance forms below, and we will follow up with you within two business days. Current members need to complete the Annual Membership and Childcare Assistance forms for the new year.


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For membership questions and inquiries please e-mail membership@bgcsnv.org

 

2022/2023 School Year Hours of Operation

Monday - Friday
2pm - 7pm
Saturday & Sunday
CLOSED

March 13-17, 2023 | Spring Break Hours

Monday - Friday
7am – 6pm
Saturday & Sunday
CLOSED

Holiday Closures

New Year’s Day
January 1st
Memorial Day
May 30th
Independence Day
July 4th
Labor Day
September 5th
Thanksgiving Week
November 21st - 25th
Holiday Break
December 26th - January 2nd

Programs at Southern Highlands Club

Club members ages 6-18 years engage in high-quality organized flag football, basketball, and soccer programs. ALL STARS aims to increase opportunities for physical activity, social interaction and recognition through high-quality structured sports programming.

Focused on social and emotional learning, the BE A STAR program gives Club members ages 11-13 the tools they need to enhance their learning, decision making, creativity, relationships, and mental health.

Summer Brain Gain provides engaging, hands-on, project-based experiences to spark youth’s curiosity for learning and encourage them to explore their interests. A key Academic Success program, Summer Brain Gain is comprised of one-week modules that offer fun, themed activities for elementary school, middle school, and high school students to ensure youth avoid summer learning loss.

Career Launch prepares teens for the world of careers and work. Through Career Launch, Club teens embark on a journey to explore possible vocations, make sound educational decisions, and find success in the world of work. This program is designed to support youth in preparing for their first job, internships, summer employment, and more.

Club Leaders-in-Training program is a job readiness, character development, and service-learning program for high school members at our Clubhouses. Participating teens take part in professional development workshops, resume and portfolio development, and hands-on work experience. Successful completion of the Club LIT program provides youth with lasting leadership skills and connects them to summer employment opportunities.

Youth ages 6-15 learn how individual health behaviors are influenced by personal beliefs and exposure to positive modeling. In addition to nutrition education, activities focus on helping youth assess, practice, identify, consider, and recognize health behaviors and messages.

Youth of the Year (YOY) and Junior Youth of the Year (JYOY) are comprehensive national leadership development programs that take place over a four-month period each year. At the intersection of community building, workforce development and leadership training, Junior YOY (youth 12-13) and YOY (14-18) programs give youth the opportunity to share their personal stories while cultivating skills like communication, goal setting and teamwork. These individuals exemplify the Boys & Girls Club mission and are proof of the impact Clubs make in transforming and saving kids’ lives.

Keystone Club is the Boys & Girls Club’s most dynamic teen program for youth ages 14 and up. This program provides leadership development opportunities both in and out of the Club. Teens gain valuable leadership and service experience by conducting activities in four areas: Academic Success, Career Exploration, Community Service, and Teen Outreach.

Designed to cultivate and amplify the powerful, formidable voices of Club teens, Lyricism 101 recognizes the power of literary arts. This program provides teens ages 13-18 an opportunity to tell their stories, build community and express their artistic visions through the music of hip-hop culture and the culture of the cipher.

Money Matters was designed using the latest research on financial education, behavioral economics, and youth development to promote financial responsibility and independence among Club members ages 13-18. Participants learn how to manage a checking account, create a budget, save and invest, start small businesses and pay for college. This curriculum helps teens develop the financial literacy skills that can lead them to workplace readiness, lifelong financial stability, and overall success.

MyFuture provides members with a safe, fun digital platform where they can showcase their work and earn recognition in the form of stars, badges, and master badges. It’s a space where kids can interact with each other – free from the prospect of cyberbullying – learn new skills and share their accomplishments. By using MyFuture with their members, Club staff can help youth make friends and build a positive self-image through online achievement.

This year-round program encourages artistic expression among Club members ages 6 to 18 through drawing, painting, printmaking, collage, mixed-media and sculpture.

An evidence-based program for youth ages 6-18 that works to build self-esteem, interest in learning, and promote pro-social behaviors in youth. The Thoughts-Actions-Feelings Circle (TAF) illustrates how this works in life: our thoughts lead to actions and those actions lead to feelings about ourselves, which in turn lead to more thoughts. The essence of the program is to emphasize those actions that promote a healthy and positive cycle.

PowerHour: Making Minutes Count helps Club members achieve academic success with engaging homework help, tutoring and high yield learning activities (HYLA). This program encourages members of all ages to become self-directed learners.

A prevention and education program that addresses problems such as drug and alcohol use and premature sexual activity. Using a team approach involving Club staff, peer leaders, parents and community representatives, young people ages 6 to 15 engage in discussion and role-playing to analyze media and peer influence, practice resilience and refusal skills, develop assertiveness and strengthen decision-making skills.

Torch Clubs are chartered small-group leadership and service clubs for youth ages 10-13. A Torch Club is a powerful vehicle that helps Club staff meet the special character development needs of younger adolescents at a critical stage in their life. Torch Club members learn to elect officers and work together to implement activities in four areas: Service to Club & Community, Education, Health & Fitness, and Social Recreation.

A prevention and education program that addresses problems such as drug and alcohol use and premature sexual activity. Using a team approach involving Club staff, peer leaders, parents and community representatives, young people ages 6 to 15 engage in discussion and role-playing to analyze media and peer influence, practice resilience and refusal skills, develop assertiveness and strengthen decision-making skills.

 

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“The soul is healed by being with children.”
– Fyodor Dostoyvesky

Angela Banks
Clubhouse Director
(702) 534-0504
abanks@bgcsnv.org

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