After School Programs to Develop the Full Potential of Students
Our students not only have a strong academic experience, but also have opportunities to participate in our curricular enhancement programs. These programs include fine arts, performing arts, and athletics. We believe that these experiences are critical to the development of the full potential of our students.
Stagg School of Excellence
7424 S. Morgan St.
Chicago , IL 60621
A CPS Neighborhood School
The mission of our athletic program is to offer student-athletes, through participation in competitive athletics, an opportunity to experience meaningful growth, accomplishment, and success. As a student-athlete you are a positive role model within our school and the community at large. Your sportsmanship goals should include:
- Maintaining at least a C+ in all classes, attend school daily, and exhibit positive behavior
- Respecting the rules of the games, the officials who administer the rules, and their decisions
- Respecting our opponents as fellow student-athletes
- Refraining from engaging in all types of disrespectful behavior
- Looking at athletic participation as a potentially beneficial learning experience, whether you win or lose
- Educating other students and fans to understand the rules of the game, and the value of sportsmanship
We are offering:
-7th-8th Grade Tackle Football
-5th-6th Grade Flag Football
-7th-8th Grade Boys Basketball
- Middle School Baseball
Union League Boys and Girls Club
The Union League Boys & Girls Clubs offers a wide variety of programs at our sites. These programs fall into three core program areas:
1. Academic Success
2. Good Character and Citizenship and
3. Healthy Lifestyles.
Programs are further
organized by age group within each area (ages six to seven, eight to ten,
eleven and twelve, thirteen and fourteen, and fifteen to eighteen).
League Boys & Girls Clubs offer
daily after-school homework help and tutoring to all Club members. The program,
let by both staff and volunteers, helps youth succeed in the classroom and
encourages them to become independent learners. Power Hour, a homework
initiative funded by Ross Stores, ensures that each youth who visits a Club
spends a portion of his or her Club day completing homework.
Access to Technology
our Boys & Girls Clubs are equipped with a dedicated computer lab Our Clubs
are resources to aid youth in completing school projects even though they don’t
have access to technology at home. Our computer labs also provide Club members
with access to STEM programming, robotics, Google coding programming and the
UPS Road Code driving simulation program
Embracing Tolerance –
such as SMART Girls, SMART Moves and Passport to Manhood develop self-esteem
and personal responsibility and address issues of bullying, prejudice and
bigotry. Our trained staff moderate peer group discussions that help members
broaden tolerance for others.
Clubs (ages 10-14) offer our Club members the opportunity to elect officers and
plan community service projects and social activities that instill leadership
We pride ourselves on
encouraging Club members to serve their communities. In 2015, more than 500 of
our members were engaged in a community-based service project.
is the cornerstone of healthy lives. For many of the Union League Boys &
Girls Club members, food they enjoy at our Club sites is their only source of
meaningful nutrition outside of school.