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Our Programs

We offer great programs at our three Clubs! We cover everything from after school, summer, teen nights, parent's night out, family classes, and more!

Check out what we've got going on

Club U
Summer Camps
Teens
K-Netic
21st Century Community Learning Center

Club U

Our after-school program is referred to as Club U. This program is designed for K-12 youth and runs daily after-school. Club U includes an after-school snack, homework help, academic and enrichment activities, and open Club house time. All of the kids participating in Club U will have the opportunity to take part in our core program areas focused on The Arts, Sports, Fitness & Recreation, Health & Life Skills, Character & Leadership, and Education & Careers. Club U is $45/month. Contact the Club for more info!
Girl with face painted during after school program.

Summer Camps

Our Summer program is all about CAMPS!!! We have 15 - 18 camps going on each week. Choose your morning and afternoon camps and get ready to have a blast! We offer every kind of camp imaginable, from Sports and Fitness Camps, Art and Creative Camps to Leadership, VIP, Sewing Camp, Photography, Theatre Camp, and MORE!! Contact the Club for more info!
Boy playing soccer in summer camp in Twin Falls, ID.
Girl riding horse as a part of summer camp in Twin Falls, ID.
Boys constructing robot as a part of summer camp in Twin Falls, ID.
Group reading a book outside during summer activity in Twin Falls, ID.
Boy facing hoard of goats as part of a summer activity in Twin Falls, ID.
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Pool party during summer camp in Twin Falls, ID.
Youth zip-lining during summer activity in Twin Falls, ID.
Youths preparing to zip-line during summer camp in Twin Falls, ID.
Girl sowing during summer activity in Twin Falls, ID.
Girls posing with horse during summer campl
Group of youths posing for camera during summer camp.
Boys constructing robot during summer camp.
Summer camp group in Twin Falls, ID by the Snake River.
Children on an athletic track during summer activity.
Girls holding memory book during summer activity in Twin Falls, ID.
Summer camp group photo in indoor pool during summer camp activity in Twin Falls, ID.
Summer camp group during summer activity.
Boys swimming in a lake during summer activity.
Group smiling in front of tour boat during summer camp in Twin Falls, ID.
Group posing at theatre during summer camp.
Summer camp group posing with hand painted plates during summer activity.
Summer camp group posing by Galena Stage Stop sign.
Summer camp group meeting a group of horses outside of Twin Falls, ID.
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    K-Netic Summer Program

    The K-Netic program at the Boys and Girls Clubs of Magic Valley is designed for 5 and 6 year olds. The primary objectives of this program are to reinforce skills children are learning in school, develop self-regulation qualities through sensory-based play and open-ended projects, and have the opportunity to take part in physical activities. K-Netic also offers such programs as Robotics, Junior Achievement Financial Literacy, and even swimming lessons through the Twin Falls City Pool.
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    21st Century Community Learning Center

    The 21st Century Community Learning Center (21st CCLC) initiative is a key component of the Boys & Girls Clubs of Magic Valley's Rupert Unit and Bickel, Lincoln, and Oregon Trail Elementary programs.

    The Club provides expanded academic and personal enrichment activities to support and enhance students' academic achievement and personal growth. 21st CCLC programs provide youth with project-based and problem-based programming in Reading and Language Arts, Math, Science, Arts and Music, Physical Education, Character & Leadership, Drug Prevention, Family Engagement, and Tutoring.

    Program Contacts

    Brianna Astle

    21st CCLC Assistant Director
    Twin Falls School District Sites
    bastle@bgcmv.com
    (208) 736-7011 Ext. 112

    Jessie Williams

    BGCMV Rupert Unit Director
    jwilliams@bgcmv.com
    (208) 736-7011 Ext. 301

    Schools Served

    21st CCLC Programming is a federal grant, therefore, there is no charge for members to participate in the program. Members must attend one of the following target schools:

    • Acequia Elementary
      Grades K - 5
    • Heyburn Elementary
      Grades K - 5
    • Paul Elementary
      Grades K - 5
    • Rupert Elementary
      Grades K - 5
    • Bickel Elementary
      Grades K - 5
    • Lincoln Elementary
      Grades K - 5
    • Oregon Trail Elementary
      Grades K - 5

    Campus Locations in Rupert

    Hours
    • After School: 2:30pm - 6:00pm Monday to Thursday.
    • Closed on early release, in-service days, and every Friday.
    • Summer: Contact Club for details.
    Rupert Elementary
    202 18th St.,
    Rupert, ID 83350
    (208) 420-8678
    Heyburn Elementary
    1151 7th St.,
    Heyburn, ID 83336
    (208) 320-5298
    Paul Elementary
    201 N. 1st St.,
    Paul, ID 83347
    (208) 751-5435

    Campus Locations in Twin Falls

    Hours
    • Mondays: 2:00-5:00pm
      Tuesday-Friday: 3:00 - 6:00 pm
    • Closed on early release and in-service days.
    • Summer: Contact Club for details.
    Bickel Elementary
    607 2nd Ave East
    Twin Falls, ID 83301
    (208) 751-1356
    Lincoln Elementary
    238 7th Ave North
    Twin Falls, ID 83301,
    (208) 320-6084
    Oregon Trail Elementary
    660 Park Ave
    Twin Falls, ID 83301
    (208) 539-0783

    Teens

    At the Boys & Girls Clubs of Magic Valley, we strive to provide a safe place for all adolescents, while empowering them with the confidence to pursue their own potential. Being a part of this teen community enables teens to take ownership and accountability for their lives, relationships, and communities.

    In order to help young people meet the workforce challenges of tomorrow, they need safe spaces, positive mentorship and work experiences today. At Boys & Girls Clubs, we allow kids and teens to:

    • Explore their interests and passions
    • Develop their employability skills
    • Apply their knowledge to real-world work experiences
    Teens at the boys and girls club
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      ACTIV8

      Ages 11 - 12
      Foundation for the Future

      At Activ8, we are passionate about teaching our members to create a foundation for good decision-making. Their futures are being written and it's our job to help them write the best story possible. We focus on healthy relationships, responsibility, service, leadership, and community.

      Education & Preparation

      At Activ8, we empower kids to create and develop their gifts and abilities. By providing hands-on training, educational field trips, team-building games, and self-knowledge, we enable our members to achieve their goals both individually and as a group. We prioritize our efforts to give back to the community by participating in local service projects and events.

      ELEV8

      Ages 13 - 18
      Safety, Security, and Consistency

      At Elev8, our volunteers and mentors prioritize their weekly commitment to Elev8 in order to promote long-lasting, healthy relationships with Elev8 members. We partner with similar organizations in our area to ensure the teens, as well as the organizations, experience continuity and support in their relationships with one another.  Every week, the teens know they can come to Elev8 and get a warm meal, socialize with peers and mentors, and learn and engage in life skill development.

      Empowerment & Elevation

      At Elev8, we create opportunities for our members to get a close-up look at what kind of life they can create for themselves. We introduce them to job shadowing, resume building, college preparation and personal budgets – all to help prepare them for their best possible future. All of this, while having fun, hanging out with old friends, and making new ones!

      At the Boys & Girls Clubs of Magic Valley, we strive to provide a safe place for all adolescents, while empowering them with the confidence to pursue their own potential.  Being a part of this teen community enables teens to take ownership and accountability for their lives, relationships, and communities.

      Teen Nights for Ages 13 - 18

      Teen nights are every Monday and Thursday night from 6:30pm-9:00pm.  Transportation is available.

      What We Offer
      • Transportation as Needed
      • Home-Cooked Meals
      • Life Development Skills Team Building Activities
      • Mentoring and Healthy Relationships Job & College Preparation College Campus Tours
      A Typical Teen Night

      Food, Friends, Personal & Professional Growth, Field Trips and Weekend Adventures