The Boys & Girls Club of Appleton is located in downtown Appleton at 160 South Badger Avenue. This Club was our premier location, opening in 1999, and also houses our Administration Team. During the school year, youth ages 6 and older have the opportunity to be bussed after school from Appleton Area School District Elementary Schools including Edison, Franklin, Houdini, Huntley, Jefferson, Classical, Janet Berry, Ferber, and Richmond. This Club also houses our Summer Program from June – August.
Services at this location also include:
Club Location & Hours
160 S. Badger Ave.
Appleton, WI 54914
- Afterschool until 7:00 pm, Monday – Friday
- 8:00 – 5:30 on all AASD no-school days
2021-2022 School Year Program
Join us after school and on no-school days during the 2021-2022 school year. The Appleton Club provides transportation from area AASD schools to the Appleton Club to participate in high-quality youth development programming and provides dinner each night. A Club membership is all you need to participate in school year programming.
Important Dates & Special Hours
The Boys & Girls Club of Appleton is closed the first Friday of each month from September – May to dedicate to staff development. The Appleton Club is always open on AASD no-school days from 8:00 – 5:30 pm and provides, breakfast, lunch, and snack on these days for all Club members ages 6 – 18. Please click here for more information on special hours.
Transportation After School
The BGC provides transportation from the following schools each day to the Appleton BGC for a fee of $1 per day per child, Edison, Franklin, Houdini, Huntley, Classical, Janet Berry, Ferber, and Richmond. There is no cost associated with transportation from Jefferson. As always, financial support is always available. Reach out to Kelsey Fulmer, Appleton Branch Director if you are in need of support with this fee.
Page Turners Early Literacy Tutoring Program
Page Turners Early Literacy Tutoring Program provides support for students in grades K-3 who fall below grade level in reading skills. Tutors and youth meet together on site for half-hour sessions, twice per week at the Badger, Columbus, Foster, Highlands, Little Chute Elementary Schools and at both Appleton and Menasha Branches. Sessions include a Read-Aloud Story, guided reading opportunity for the youth to practice their skills and a comprehension or phonics focused activity. Students also receive a monthly book to take home and build their home libraries. For more information or how to register for Page Turners, reach out to Ann Dudley at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Boys & Girls Club of Appleton