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Lincoln Club

Lincoln Club – Grades K to 5th

The Lincoln Club is a safe and positive place, where Lincoln elementary students participate in an afterschool program offering homework help, art, STEM activities, fitness, and more, conveniently located at Lincoln Elementary school .

Parents need to review and agree to our Waiver and Participation Agreement to register.

Click here to download the Club Waiver

Click here to download the Club Participation Agreement (English, Spanish)

Click here to download the Parent Handbook

Program Cost

Sliding Scale Monthly Fee:

Click the link below to see the Household Income sliding scale fee chart.  Families are charged based on their family size & monthly income, typically from $25/child/month to the full cost of $350 per child/month.  Proof of income is required for sliding scale fee.

To Register

Online – Registration available on-line for families who don’t request a lower fee:

  1. Click on the blue Register button to select the program options you want to register your child for.

For lower fee requests:

  1. Download the full Registration packet (English version or Version en español), fill it out online and email to

Each member must also purchase a $10 annual membership, which will be charged at your first month’s registration.

Hours –

Open to all registered members from the end of the school day until 6:00 PM, Monday thru Friday.

Contact Site Phone –


Lincoln Club programs feature friendly, energetic and fun staff trained to work with specific age groups, utilizing the Boys & Girls Clubs Youth Development Strategy.  We have a wide variety of programs for school children. Incorporated in all programs and activities are the four basic “senses” or feelings which, when possessed by young people, help them build self-esteem and to develop into productive, responsible, caring citizens. These four senses are:

  • A sense of belonging – a setting where an individual knows he or she has a place and where he or she “fits” and is accepted.
  • A sense of usefulness – the opportunity to do something of value for other people.
  • A sense of influence – the chance to be heard and to influence decisions.
  • A sense of competence – the feeling there is something boys and girls can do, and do well.

Parents/guardians must check-out members when leaving.  Youth are supervised while in the building or outside during a scheduled organized activity.  The Club assumes no responsibility once youth leave the premises.

Boys & Girls Club of Corvallis members are expected to conduct themselves in a positive manner and respect the rights of others at all times.

Registration is Closed

Please contact the front office to be added to the waitlist.

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