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Boys & Girls Clubs

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St. Joan Antida High School is in partnership with a number of community agencies that provide opportunities for our students. These groups offer programs on site at the school as well as opportunities for students to participate in city-wide activities. We are proud to partner with the Boys and Girls Clubs of Greater Milwaukee as one of the Clubs' Sista Pride, Community Learning Center locations.

Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Milwaukee provides a place where all youth, no matter their circumstances, can make great discoveries about themselves and engage in educational and recreational activities.

Visit the Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Milwaukee online.



About Boys & Girls Clubs


Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Milwaukee has helped local kids and teens since 1887. Today, they are the largest youth-serving agency in the city and have grown to be one of the largest Boys & Girls Clubs in the country.

Boys & Girls Clubs provide safety and support during critical hours of the day, as well as meals, strong role models, organized athletics, and access to the arts. At the Clubs, there’s a way for every kid to get involved and learn something new.

The Boys & Girls Clubs vision is to build the community’s social and economic fabric by ensuring the academic and career success of every member that walks through our doors. They meet kids and teens where they are and help them to take steps forward to reach their potential. By focusing on safety, academic support and character development, they are helping youth find – and achieve – brighter futures.