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Members are offered the opportunity to learn, grow and make new friends. In small and large groups, members will play games, read or hear stories, do craft activities, and art & crafts. There will be daily physical and mental challenges and plenty of team building activities. Our daily schedule offers plenty of opportunity for free play and summer fun as well. Our 8-week day camp program offers a safe and positive place for your child to be Monday through Thursday.

For more information about our Athletic programs, please contact our Athletics Coordinator, Lluri Coria at 847-551-4309 Ext. 201

Our Carpentersville Middle School site has been in operation since 2001. The site is funded through a 21st Century Community Learning Center grant funded by the federal government and passed through the Illinois State Board of Education. The CMS site is a long standing Club site, in operation since 2001, serving grades 6th - 8th in the community. Membership is nearly 200!

Golfview Unit Facts

The Golfview Elementary Unit is one of the largest BGCDT Club Units, annually serving 200 Club Members with daily after-school programs and enrichment activities. 2018 marks the 16th year of a tremendous partnership between the school and the Club. Currently, the Golfview Unit is a recognized 21st Century CLC Learning Center with primary focus on math and reading skills. The 21st Century CLC Program and Club Unit are funded through the Federal Government and Illinois State Board of Education.

The Boys & Girls Clubs of Dundee Township began full-time operations at Meadowdale Elementary School in the Fall of 2013.  Immediately they had enrollment over 100 members and it has remained consistent each year of operation since. Unit Director, Isaiah De La Cruz leads the team at Meadowdale to ensure a positive experience for Club members and staff every day.

The Parkview school location opened in August of 2009, a valuable asset to the families of students. With a change in fee structure for members at the school in 2014, making it more affordable for parents, attendance is up and more members are regular attendees for the current school year.

Operations began at Perry Elementary School in Fall, 2001. Today the Club has more than 150 members and serves grades 1-5. Bus transportation home is provided to residents of Foxview Apartments.

Our newest club site, Sunny Hill, is the first school in BGCDT located in the Barrington 220 School District, our first club site out of School District 300. Our Club is currently the only Club in Illinois to serve two school districts, and we are proud to do so. Opening in August, 2014 this Club Unit allows our organization to serve at-risk youth in every school in Carpentersville.  Club Director, Arely Gamez leads her team to serve students Monday - Friday, operating every day that District 220 is open and in-service.

Check out our Teen Center Website that has some of our Technology and Studio programs.