Bob & Renee Parsons Branch

Bob & Renee Parsons Branch

Bob & Renee Parsons Branch

4309 E. Belleview St.
Phoenix, AZ 85008
Ph: (602) 343-1270
Email Us

School district info: We follow the Balsz School District school calendar

Unit Director: Channing Lagua

School Year: August 5, 2019 - May 20, 2020

Hours:
M/T/Th 2:30pm - 8:00pm
W 12:30pm - 8:00pm
F 2:30pm - 6:00pm
Balsz School District Early Release

4309 E. Belleview St. Phoenix, AZ 85008
Ph: (602) 343-1270 / Email Us

Memberships & Activities

Register online today! Pay your monthly fees online!

We give parents the option to pay monthly, by semester or for the whole school year.

Youth Membership (6-12 years)*

Annual Youth membership dues are $30
(paid in August or upon registration)

Monthly school-year youth program fees are just $25 per month.
Fees are due on the first day of the month.

We have a sliding fee scale for families, based upon financial need and proof of income, to ensure that our programs will be accessible for kids. Limited scholarships are available.

*Summer youth programs are open to children ages 5 -12 (5 year olds must have completed kindergarten).

Teen Membership (13-18 years)

WHAT PARENTS ARE SAYING

“The Club has been a tremendous help to my family. I can safely leave my children there for a very affordable price. I like the positive attitudes of the staff…the homework power hour, field trips, and the art program”

— BGCMP PARENT

“The staff are positive role models. I drive my son to an out of district school specifically because of the positive environment the club provides. I will keep my son in the club until he ages out and at that point I suspect he will be working there the summer before he goes off to college”

— BGCMP PARENT

“I like the extended hours, the sports, the field trips and safety!”

— BGCMP PARENT

“The fact that my son has fun and the personal help with homework.”

— BGCMP PARENT

“What I really like is how the staff empower and build up the children’s self-esteem through encouragement and the programs offered.”

— BGCMP PARENT

“My child has opportunities that I can not afford for my child…participate in the Grammy Camp”

— BGCMP PARENT

After School

At the Club, we keep our kids safe, provide them with resources and space to accomplish their homework, let them play, and instill values focused on leadership, character and friendship. Club kids enjoy nutritious, hot meals and healthy snacks. Nearly 95% of BGCMP juniors and seniors expect to graduate from high school, surpassing the State average.

Our proven programs are delivered by trained, caring adults in a safe environment that encourages kids to explore their interests, conquer their fears, make new friends and follow their dreams!

Meet Our Staff

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Channing Lagua
Unit Director

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Ana Rodriguez
Program Manager

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Alicia Moreno
Impact Specialist

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James Grubb
Teen Specialist

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Britney Savage
Branch Assistant

BGCMP does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, age, national origin, sex, genetics, veteran or disability status. BGCMP does not discriminate on the basis of familial status. www.AZRelay.org or 7-1-1. With the help of the USDA Summer Food Service Program, we are able to provide all summer camp participants with a nutritious breakfast and lunch for no additional fee. This institution is an equal opportunity provider.

BGCMP no discrimina por raza, el color, la religión, la edad, origen nacional, el sexo, la genética, estatus de veterano ni incapacidad. www.AZRelay.org o 7-1-1. Con la ayuda que recibimos del Programa de Comida para el verano de USDA, podremos proveer nuestros participantes un alimento balanceado de desayuno y almuerzo sin ningún costo adicional. Esta institución son proveedores que ofrecen oportunidad de igualdad.