mission of the Boys & Girls Club of Springville is to enable all young people, especially those who need us most, to reach their full potential as productive, caring and responsible citizens in our community.
By promoting activities that enable kids to think critically and creatively, communicate effectively and participate actively, we hope to help build character, teach discipline, and assist in the overall development of positive-decision making skills to ensure kids become healthy, educated and productive citizens.
Great Futures Start Here!
The Boys & Girls Club of Springville provides nationally recognized programs for kids entering kindergarten – 9th grade everyday throughout the year.
National programs offered by the Boys & Girls Club of Springville include Triple Play, Power Hour, Project LEARN, Healthy Habits and Smart Moves.
Members are provided the opportunity to involve themselves in local and travel sports leagues, be engaged in high-yield learning activities, express their creativity during arts and crafts workshops, and participate in field trips to local attractions throughout the school year.
Bus transportation from the middle and elementary school to the Boys & Girls Club is provided by Springville Griffith-Institute on a daily basis.
The Boys & Girls Club of Springville offers a licensed School-Age Child Care program, called "Fun Club," to kids entering kindergarten - 5th grade at Springville Elementary and Colden Elementary before and after school during the academic year.
The Boys & Girls Club of Springville offers a Summer Camp to area kids from the end of June through August every year. This 10-week program at the Maple Avenue facility provides recreational opportunities for kids entering 1st - 6th grade from 7:30 AM to 5:30 PM during the weekday throughout the summer, except holidays.
"Little Griffs" Saturday morning soccer is offered to kids entering kindergarten - 5th grade, which provides age-appropriate instruction and games during the fall.
Membership: $75 Annual Fee (September 2014 – June 2015)
daily access and bus transportation to the Club after school from 2:15 to 6:00
in Boys & Girls Club national programs, such as Triple Play, Project LEARN and Healthy Habits
in recreational sports leagues throughout the school year, including Soccer, Basketball, Handball, Racquetball and Volleyball
Participation in Art Club, Photography Club and Culinary Arts