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Great Kids, Great Futures


Great Kids, Great Futures

What makes us a GREAT place for your kids?

We are passionate about GREAT futures! From comprehensive and thought provoking programs to inspiring mentors in a supportive environment, it is our priority to help provide the resources, opportunities and encouragement needed to cultivate greatness in the future of our kids.


I received a scholarship and help getting prepared for college.
— Elissa
The club made me better at things I wasn’t good at, like art & photography.
— Alexis
I’ve learned how to think for myself and use my voice.
— Cassidy
The club gives me hope for a brighter future.
— Michael
I come here for the artist escape.
— Tori

Special Events


Special Events

Don't miss our upcoming events!

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Now accepting applications!

We are now accepting applications for new members for the first time since December of 2012!

THERE IS A $10.00 ANNUAL MEMBERSHIP FEE DUE UPON REGISTRATION. This does NOT include our summer camp.

Here's what you need to know:

We open doors. When your child enrolls in the Club, they spend their time engaged in classes and programs that cater to their interest in 5 core disciplines. No different than any extra curricular activity, attendance is required. Please let them stay for their scheduled classes, attendance is paramount to their continued success.

We KNOW life is crazy and we're here to help. 

We teach classes in the Arts, Recreation & Athletics, Education & Career, Healthy Lifestyles and Character & Leadership. It's almost like mini-college only it's $10.00 a year and specifically for kids!

Classes are developed and facilitated by age groups.

We have scholarship opportunities. Yes, University of Wyoming Scholarship Opportunities! 

We help with ACT & SAT expenses.

We partner with LCSD #1 to ensure transportation to the Club is available. See the bus schedule

We help with homework.

We provide healthy after-school snacks, daily.

Orientation is required

Parents & members both new and returning MUST attend orientation before they can attend BGC Cheyenne. This is a great opportunity to tour the Club, learn more about what we do, address expectations and ask questions. 

Hours of operation: The Club is open Monday through Friday with the following hours

School days: 2:00pm-7:00pm
We serve a snack upon arrival for all ages

Half days or in-service days: open until 6:00pm (There is a $5.00 charge for half days)
We serve lunch to Jr. High & High School students ONLY and an afternoon snack for all ages

No school days: 7:30am-6:00pm (There is a $5.00 charge per day for no school days)
We serve breakfast, lunch & an afternoon snack for all ages

Holidays: Please refer to our holiday calendar (There is a $5.00 charge per day for holidays)

Club Scholarships

Occasionally there are scholarships available to assist with annual membership fees. Please call the Club at 307-778-6674 to ask about availability.

If you have additional questions check out our member handbook! It's an amazing resource for information.


Our impact


Our impact

Did you know?

Boys & Girls Club of Cheyenne is a 4x consecutive Youth of the Year State Champion? Yes, our kids are THAT awesome.

Scholarship opportunity

Youth of the Year is a scholarship program that recognizes youth who have been receptive to our leadership and gone above and beyond to overcome their life challenges. This program recognizes local members ages 14-18 who have promoted service to their Club, community and family and demonstrate exceptional moral character in the face of adversity. Youth of the Year helps foster personal growth, character and leadership skills. After competing at the local level, there is opportunity to continue in state, regional and national competition.

Junior Youth of the Year

Similar to Youth of the Year, we also have a junior program for youth who are between the ages of 9 and 13. With the same ideals in mind, these candidates go through a similar application, interviewing and judging process.



Cowboy Ethics


Cowboy Ethics

We offer a nationally acclaimed ethics program that is founded upon simple, timeless principles often best demonstrated by the cowboy in the American West. Thanks to this program, our kids are learning how to be courageous, honest, hardworking citizens and why that grit and those standards are still important in our society today. This program is generously sponsored by Cheyenne Frontier Days.

10 Principles to Live By

       The Code of the West

James P. Owen, Author: Cowboy Ethics

  1. Live each day with courage.
  2. Take pride in your work.
  3. Always finish what you start.
  4. Do what has to be done.
  5. Be tough, but fair.
  6. When you make a promise, keep it.
  7. Ride for the brand.
  8. Talk less, say more.
  9. Remember that some things aren't for sale.
  10. Know where to draw the line.

Contact us


Contact us

Boys & Girls Club of Cheyenne
515 W. Jefferson Road
Cheyenne, WY 82007

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Phone: 307-778-6674
Fax: 307-778-6694

OR send us a message!

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