Boys & Girls Club Information

The Rocky and Lon Morton Club is a 10,000 square foot in which members have access to a computer lab with 25 brand new computers, laptops, iPads, and 3D printer. A state of the art music room that is fully loaded with guitars, drums, keyboards, piano, and more! Tons of action found in the games room, which is home to pool tables, ping-pong tables, foosball, and shuffleboard. For the ultimate gamers delight we have a media center that has Wii-U, multiple Wii’s, X-box 360, and a plethora of games. The multipurpose room lives up to its name for it is home to gymnastics, dance, drama, stage-combat, gaga ball, dodgeball, and much more! Believe it or not, we still have time to do our homework! Visit our WEBSITE!!!!

2018 - 2019 School Year registration has begun

Everyone needs to re-register if you are going to attend Morton BGC club.  Register NOW and avoid Lines during School registration

How to register
1. You can register on line at
2. Fill out a membership application at the Morton Boys & Girls Club on site at Sequoia Middle School, or download an application from Sequoia Middle School web site under enrichment
3. email or call 805 375-5635

*Financial Aid is available upon request

LUNCH CLUB FEE: $50 per year   

MONTHLY ALL PROGRAM FEE; Morton Club: $235 (Lunch Club fee not required for monthly members)
10-DAY PASS:  $175 (non-transferable, non-refundable and can only be used during the purchased school year)
TRANSPORTATION:  $50 3 openings left for 5th graders at Banyan and Maple elementary school

Program and Activities: The Club provides a positive and safe environment with programs that develop values, life skills, citizenship, character, and good health. Club activities are divided into five core areas, which are listed below. Among these five core areas members have the opportunity to sign up for enrichment classes that portray to these areas. Some examples of classes offered include drama club, Dance Team, Claymation, photography, creative cooking, SMART girls, Passport to manhood, Jr. Staff, Torch Club, Robotics, 3D printing, dungeons and dragons, Triple Play Sports & fitness, etc. Members hone valuable decision-making skills as they learn to balance fun and personal responsibility.  

Members may choose activities from the following five core areas

Character and Leadership Development: This area empowers youth to support and influence their community, sustain meaningful relationships with others, develop a positive self image and respect their own and others cultural identities 

Education and Career Development: Our main emphasis during the school year enables youth to become proficient in basic educational disciplines and to apply what they learn to everyday situations. 

Health and Life Skills: Develops young people's capacity to engage in positive behaviors that nurture their own well- being, set personal goals and develop the competencies to live successfully as self-sufficient adults. 

The Arts: Enables youth to develop their creativity and cultural awareness through knowledge and appreciation of visual and tactile arts and crafts, performing arts and creative writing. 

Sports, Fitness and Recreation: This area develops fitness, positive use of leisure time, skills for stress management, appreciation for the environment and social and interpersonal skills.

2855 Borchard Rd.
Thousand Oaks, CA 91320
Phone: (805) 498-3617
Fax:  (805) 375-5605

Office Hours: 7:30am - 4:00pm