2316 12th St Everett, WA 98201
Hours of Operation
No school days-Drop-In 11:00am-3:00pm
Saturday 11:00am-3:00pm (During school year only)
For more general information about Everett please see the Club Pamphlet
The Everett Boys & Girls Club
The Boys & Girls Clubs of Snohomish County is a non-profit organization providing young people ages 5-18 with a safe and positive place to spend their time before and after school and during the summer. Clubs are strategically located in neighborhoods and are accessible to all kids. Since 1946, the Boys & Girls Clubs of Snohomish County has been helping kids from tough neighborhoods stay out of trouble, stay in school and succeed in life.
- Dedicated youth facilities Clubs are neighborhood-based buildings designed solely for youth programs and activities.
- Open when needed most Clubs are open before and after school and during summer when kids have free time and need positive productive outlets.
- Staffed by professionals Clubs are directed by trained youth development professionals who act as role models and mentors.
- Accessible to everyone Any young person, regardless of gender, sexual orientation, ethnicity or income can join the Club.
- Proven programs Our programs develop the assets that youth need to succeed in life.
The offer Club kids an array of fun and educational programs at all of eighteen Clubs, as part of the flat membership fee these programs are available to all Club members. Targeted programs offer young people new opportunities to learn and grow. Read about the programs below and inquire at your Club to see what specific programs they offer. Learn about the schools we serve
- Academic Success: We provide support to kids to help them with their school work and prepare them for their future. We engage children in fun, hands-on activities to practice and learn reading, writing, speaking, math and scientific inquiry.
- SMART Moves: Uses a team approach involving Club staff, peer leaders, parents and community representatives. The program teaches young people ages 6-15 how to say no by involving them in discussion and role-playing, practicing resistance and refusal skills, developing assertiveness, strengthening decision-making skills and analyzing media and peer influence. The ultimate goal: to promote abstinence from substance abuse and adolescent sexual involvement through the practice of responsible behavior.
- Passport to Manhood: Club boys 11-14 learn an aspect of character and manhood through highly interactive activities. The program includes a service project where boys learn the importance of giving back to the community. The program represents a targeted effort to engage young boys in discussions and activities that reinforce character, leadership and positive behavior.
- NetSmartz: Teaches Internet safety skills through engaging multimedia activities and offline interaction with Club professionals. Topics include personal safety, shopping safety and ethical use of the Internet.
- Triple Play: Comprehensive health and wellness program, strives to improve the overall health of Club members ages 6-18 by increasing their daily physical activity, teaching them good nutrition and helping them develop healthy relationships.
- Healthy Habits: Is designed to incorporate healthy living and active learning in every part of the Club experience. The program emphasizes good nutrition, regular physical activity and improving overall well-being.
- Fitness Authority
Arts and Crafts
Graduate from high school ready for college, trade school, military or employment!
- Digital Arts: Teaches club members ages 6-18 how to create computer-generated art. Club members aged 10-18 are invited to submit their artwork to the annual Club Tech Digital Arts Festivals, celebrating members’ creativity in graphic design, photo illustration, digital music composition animation and video production.
- DramaMatters: Drama education program for members ages 6-18 to engage on hands-on activities. The program builds self-confidence, sparks creativity and boosts academic achievement.
- Imagemakers: Club members ages 6-18 learn and practice black-and-white, color, digital and alternative process photography.
- National Fine Arts: Club members ages 6-18 create drawing, paintings, printmaking, collages, mixed media and sculptures that are displayed at local and regional exhibits.
- Project Learn: Creates opportunities for high yield learn activities, which include leisure reading, writing activities, discussion with knowledgeable adults, helping others, homework help, tutoring and games, that develop young people’s cognitive skills.
- Power Hour: Provides practical tips and best practices for recognition and incentives, behavior management, volunteer recruitment and training, collaboration with other organizations and use of technology and the Internet.
- Club Tech: Builds member’s computer skills, most importantly teaching young people to develop technology skills necessary to succeed in school and the job market.
- Junior Staff: It assists Club members ages 13-18 in exploring a career in youth or human services, mainly in their local Club. Club members discover the importance of community service, building customer service skills and completing a Club apprenticeship.
- Flag Football
- Mother Goose Soccer
Learn more about Everett’s athletics program
- Hawthorne Elementary
- Garfield Elementary
- Whittier Elementary
- North Middle
Learn more about Everett’s childcare program.
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All of the information provided on this page including logo comes from the Everett Boys & Girls Club website. & the location images above is from google maps.