“The Club helped open my eyes to the world and taught me that I could do anything.”

- Joseph Roberts

“Joining the Club helped me to excel in school. I have a better life because of the Club.”

- Shakira Monro

“For a long time, the Club was a second home for me.  The Club is definitely a great foundation for becoming a well-rounded adult.”

- Joyce Gomez

“My Club is not just a place where kids go after school, but a place where young boys become great men and where pretty girls become well accomplished beautiful women.”

- Desmone Kearse


To inspire and enable all young people, especially those from disadvantaged circumstances, to realize their full potential as productive, responsible and caring citizens.

Our Core Beliefs

A Boys & Girls Club provides: a safe place to learn and grow, ongoing relationships with caring adult professionals, life-enhancing programs, character development experiences, hope and opportunity.

Our History

July 1998:
Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater High Point is incorporated.

January 1999:
Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater High Point, Inc. begins operations with Springfield, Clara Cox, Carson Stout, and Daniel Brooks Clubs previously operated by The Salvation Army, along with Juanita Hills and Southside Clubs chartered and opened for operations.

July 2000:
Cedrow Swimming Center was purchased and opened for operations.

November 2001:
Central Club and West End Program opened for operations.

April 2004:
Springfield Club closed by High Point Housing Authority to replace with YMCA.

August 2004:
Daniel Brooks and Juanita Hills Clubs consolidated and closed.

January 2006:
Ward Street opened for operations to replace demolished Clara Cox Club.

Want to Learn More About Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater High Point?