Super Boys Club

This Friday afternoon program for 4th and 5th grade boys offers them the opportunity to learn skills that will prepare the boys for middle school.  Young boys who are part of the at-risk population have few role models to help them through the unique challenges that come with the transition from elementary to middle school.  The Super Boys Club tackles developing self-esteem, dealing with peer pressure, going through puberty, enhancing social skills and more.  Super Boys Club currently serves 27 boys in grades 4 and 5.
Role Models and Leadership

Young boys who are part of the at-risk population have very few role models to help with social skills, transitioning through puberty, preparing for peer pressure in middle and high school, and avoiding the threats of human trafficking.  These boys need the encouragement of role models who our successful men in the community, which they receive at the Super Boys Club.

Action-Based Learning

At the Super Boys Club, students learn how to work together with partners, small groups and teams to accomplish tasks.  They participate in community service projects and learn how to use their gifts and talents to help others.  This hands-on experience gives the boys a sense of accomplishment and a better understanding of their self-worth and abilities.

Character Development

Boys will learn the importance of making good choices, honesty and taking responsibility for their words and actions.  They will also learn the characteristcs of healthy relationships with friends, family members and peers.

Special Projects

Guest speakers from the community are invited to speak to the boys on a variety of topics.  They will also venture out into the community for special learning projects.


Students at Super Boys Club are greeted with snacks and drinks to enjoy before they tackle their units of study.