After-school programs

Educational and fun activities are offered after the school day at several district schools. Parents and students can choose from a variety of options including year-round programs such as Boys and Girls Clubs or weekly enrichment sessions such as chess club or science camp.

Boys and Girls Clubs of Southwest Washington

Students playing basketballThe Boys & Girls Clubs of Southwest Washington gives children and teens a positive and structured place to spend their afternoons and summer. The clubs provide fun, exciting activities that meet the needs and interests of young people. Clubs offer youth a place to call their own where they can feel comfortable with their peers. At the same time, young people can develop the skills they need to succeed in today’s world through educational programs designed to improve performance at school and help them develop a love of learning. Boys & Girls Club staff members provide positive adult guidance, modeling respect and how to be responsible, contributing members of society.

Boys & Girls Clubs are located in five Vancouver neighborhoods: The Clinton & Gloria John Clubhouse in Hazel Dell, the O.K. Clubhouse & Teen Turf Club in the Bagley Downs neighborhood, the Fruit Valley Club in the Fruit Valley neighborhood, Washington Elementary in the Rose Village neighborhood and the Heights O.K 2 Clubhouse in the Heights neighborhood.

First grade and up
409 NE Anderson Rd.

First grade and up
4100 Plomondon Rd. (Jim Parsley Community Center)
O.K. Clubhouse
Teen Turf Club

Schools served:
King Elementary School
Ogden Elementary School
Roosevelt Elementary School
Truman Elementary School (students are bused to the club)

Kindergarten through fifth grade
3410 NW Fruit Valley Rd.

Kindergarten through fifth grade
2908 S St.

First grade through fifth grade
500 Council Bluffs Way
Heights O.K. 2 Clubhouse

Schools served:
Marshall Elementary School
Harney Elementary School

YMCA after-school enrichment

The YMCA offers after-school enrichment sessions at the Vancouver schools listed here. For schedules and information, call 360-885-9622.

If you don’t see your school listed below, please have your school’s PTO/PTA contact the YMCA to express interest in bringing enrichment programs to your school.

  • Chinook Elementary School
  • Eisenhower Elementary School
  • Felida Elementary School
  • Lake Shore Elementary School
  • Sacajawea Elementary School
  • Salmon Creek Elementary School
Y After school enrichment program schedules

Marshall Community Center

Teen after-school and late night at the SPOT

The Safe, Positive Outlet for Teens (SPOT) is a supervised place for middle and high school aged youth to hang out and meet new people. Basketball, board games, video games, air hockey, pool tables and ping-pong are available for free.

Check out the teen programs at Marshall Community Center