St. Anne School Branch*

About this location:

For 70 years, the Boys & Girls Clubs of Santa Monica has helped L.A.-area youth succeed in life by helping them build confidence and gain valuable academic, social and ethical skills – in a fun and nurturing environment. We accomplish this by offering an array of age- and gender-appropriate programs designed to support the healthy development of the whole child.

We make it a priority to reach deep into the community to support all the young people who need us, and for this reason we’ve opened sites in public housing and local schools such as Saint Anne. Our After School Program at Saint Anne school allows our members to get assistance and care during the critical after school hours. We help with their development, and transition from child to young adult by offering clubs and programs that target Academic Success, Healthy Lifestyles and Good Character and Leadership.

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Hours of Operation:
School Year: Mon-Fri: 3:00 pm – 6:00 pm, Weds.: 1:00 pm – 6:00 pm
Summer: Closed

Branch Director:

Sean Robins

(310)829-2775 ext. 204


2015 Colorado Ave
Santa Monica, CA 90404
Phone: (310) 829-2775
*This site is closed during the Summer


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Our Reach:

This Branch serves Saint Anne’s Students grades 1-8, or ages 6-14, and membership is $20 per year. 80 percent of our members come from low-income households, many from single-family homes, and still others are homeless. We ask our members to pay an annual membership fee of just $20 because it helps them understand that this is their Club, and that they have a vested interest in contributing to it as a member of its community.  While our cost per child per year is nearly $1,000, no one is ever turned away for inability to pay the membership fee. We provide scholarships for those who can’t afford it, and we haven’t raised this fee in many years.



Sean Robins, Branch Director
Isaac Portillo, Youth Development Professional
Sabrina Giannette, Youth Development Professional – STEM
Kevin Kirk, Youth Development Professional – Technology & STEM
Eugene Jones, Youth Development Professional – Athletics



Our nationally recognized programs and activities impact children in three essential ways: academic success, good character and citizenship, and healthy lifestyles. Our programs foster a sense of belonging, competence, and usefulness, and build self-esteem and self-confidence among Club members.


The Saint Anne’s branch offers programs in the following areas:
Character & Leadership – Torch Club, Youth of the Month, LIT- Leaders in Training, Anti- Bullying Club Ambassadors
Education & Career – Be Great Graduate, Power Hour, Mad Scientists, Rocketry: Space Explorers, The Viking View: Documentary Series (Film), SEA Mentoring and tutoring
Health & Life Skills – Passport to Manhood, SMART Girls club, Chef BGC: Cooking club, Fitness Challenge, Athletics, Fear Factor
The Arts – Get Your Groove on Dance, Creative Crafters , Young Vocalist Club, Drama Matters, Inspiration Music Circle, After School Music Tutoring (Chelo & Violin)
Sports, Fitness & Recreation – Basketball, Flag Football , World Cup Soccer, Hockey club, Dodge Ball, Handball, Triple Play: Healthy Habits, Mission Marathon, Group & Team Building Games.
Academic Success – STEM: Science, Technology, Engineering and Math- Mad Scientists, Tech Club, Builders Club, Digital Arts Club, Learning Center, Rocketry: Space Explorers, Clay animation, Graphic design


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