This past year we served 2418 Club members at our 16 locations.
- 401 members made honor roll
- 99% of our members are passing literacy
- 98% of our members are passing math
- 92% received positive behavior
More Members More Often
At the end of the 2015-2016 school year 42% of our active members attended the neighborhood Clubhouses a minimum of 3 or more days per week during the school year.
89% of Club members who participated in SMART Moves programs maintained or increased their knowledge and resistance skills regarding substance abuse, HIV/Aids, smoking and premature sexual activity.
Club members completed 6115 volunteer hours during 2016, which equates to approximately an economic value of $135,9019
The Boys & Girls Clubs of St. Lucie County’s mission is to enable all young people, especially those who need us most, to reach their full potential as productive, caring, responsible citizens. With over 6000 youth served through afterschool and specialty outreach initiatives, the Clubs provide a safe place for kids to have fun and to learn and grow under the guidance of a well trained professional staff.
Daily 1,400 kids walk through our doors and receive a world-class Club experience that assures success is within their reach, with Club members on track to graduate high school with a plan for the future, demonstrating good character and citizenship and living healthy lifestyles. 93% percent of our Club members have indicated that they believe they will graduate from high school. 78% of teens indicated they plan to attend college for four or more years, with many being from public housing, this is an example of our lasting benefit.
About the Youth We Serve
- 63% 5-9 years-old
- 25% 10- 12 years-old
- 12% 13- 15 years old
Ethnicity of Youth we serve
- Black or African American 38%
- Hispanic or Latino 15%
- White 31%
- Mixed 11%
- Other 5%