Our Results

Club members who are highly engaged and have an optimal Club Experience skip fewer days of school, feel more connected to school and have greater post-secondary aspirations. They also volunteer more and get involved in fewer fights. Members who attend Clubs with an improved Club Experience were more than twice as likely to improve their conflict resolution skills.

Teens ages 16 and older are 48% less likely to have consumed alcohol in the past month when they attend the Club regularly and have an optimal level of fun.

Teens ages 16 and older are 18% more likely to expect to attend college in the past month when they attend the Club regularly and experience an optimal level of physical safety.

Teens ages 16 and older get 18% more days per week of physical activity when they attend the Club regularly and experience an optimal level of support from Club staff.

Teens ages 13 to 15 are 32% less likely to engage in physical fights when they attend the Club regularly and experience an optimal level of physical safety at the Club.

Teens ages 13 to 15 are 19% more likely to have volunteered in the community when they attend the Club regularly and have optimal levels of adult support.

Teens ages 13 to 15 are 35% less likely to have skipped school when they attend the Club two or more times per week.

Youth ages 9 to 12 are 15 percent more likely to be on track to graduate from high school when they attend the Club regularly and believe the staff have high expectations for them.
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