Summer Programs



Summer programming will run from June 8 - July 31, and will include swimming, crafts, guest speakers, and lots more!

Edgewood Site (Incoming Grades 3-6) hours for 2020 will be 7:30 AM - 5:30 PM.

Teen Center (Incoming Grades 7-9) hours for 2020 will be 8:30 AM - 4:30 PM.


Registration is first come, first served. Our program WILL FILL UP, so get your application in early.

Registration will open for all renewing or current members on March 2. All others may begin registering on March 16.

Half of our spots will be reserved for those who qualify for free or reduced lunch until May 1.

Our summer programs are open to students going into 3rd through 6th grade (2020-2021 school year) for our Edgewood Middle School site, as well as rising 7th through 9th grade students (2020-2021 school year) at our Wooster High School Teen Center site. Starting in March, find registration forms at the bottom of this page. 

Breakfast and lunch will be provided.

All participants must purchase a pool pass PRIOR to attendance at Boys & Girls Club's summer program. Click the link to view pool pass information:


Categories are based on the Federal Poverty Guidelines which help evaluate such things as free or reduced lunch status. Proof of income may be required. Please see below for the 2020 fee structure.

Category 1 members: $5/week

Category 2 members: $40/week

Category 3 members: $80/week

** You must pay the $15 membership fee if you were not a Boys & Girls Club member for the 2019-2020 school year. 
 Payment and registration for weeks 1-4 is due May 29. Payment and registration for weeks 5-8 is due June 26. Boys & Girls Club of Wooster will not refund/reimburse registration, nor will BGCW transfer weeks.

You can download a registration form at the bottom of this page starting in March. Please fill it out and send it to

Boys & Girls Club of Wooster
Attn: Summer Registration
3540 Burbank Road
Wooster, OH 44691
Or drop it off at the administrative offices of Boys & Girls Club, located at Edgewood Middle School.

The Educational Difference

Much like our after school program, our summer program will have a focus on education. In our efforts to curtail summer learning loss, certified teachers and paraprofessionals will assist our members in both language arts and math several days a week for grades 3-6. But don't worry, our curriculum won't feel like your child is doing a double-take of the school year. We have plenty of summer activities and hands-on learning experiences to keep your child entertained, while still challenging them to use their brain - even on summer vacation!

Teen Center

We understand that your Teen may not need a full day of programing so we are offering 3 options this year. 

1. Full Day Program: All programs during operating hours are accessible to your teen. Breakfast and lunch is provided with this option. Please fill out the entire registration packet.

2. AM Half Day: With previous parent communication and parent permission, your teen may choose to sign him/herself out at or after lunch. Please fill out the entire summer registration packet. The Full Day/Weekly price still applies.

3. Drop-in: Drop-in sessions will be approximately 2 hours long and cost $5, due upon arrival. An emergency medical form is required to be on file, but the full registration form is not required. Drop-in programs will include activities such as canoeing and biking, 3 on 3 Basketball tournaments, field trips, and much more. Please check our social media and website throughout the spring for a calendar of events.