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After-School STEM Clubhouses

After-school Boolean Girl Clubhouses are designed to bring additional STEM education to students who want more than what they are getting from current course curriculum. Teachers and administrators run these school-hosted and Boolean Girl-sponsored STEM Clubhouses.

We know how busy teachers are. At the elementary school level, computer science is not typically a core subject, and thus not a subject of expertise for many. That’s where Boolean Girl comes in. We provide training and curriculum for teachers and educators running after-school Clubhouses to ensure they are fully equipped and ready to go.

Bring Boolean Girl to Your School

Wish your school had an after-school STEM Clubhouse? We can help you set up a self-funded program, including running online registration.


Participating Schools

We're working with many schools in the DMV. Want your school on the list? Learn more here.

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Washington, DC - District of Columbia Public Schools

Title 1 Schools

Non Title 1 Schools

  • Barnard 
  • Beers
  • Boone
  • Brightwood
  • Bruce-Monroe
  • Burroughs
  • Burrville
  • Cleveland
  • Drew
  • Excel Academy
  • Garrison
  • Hart Middle
  • H.D. Cooke
  • Houston
  • Ida B. Wells
  • J.O. Wilson
  • John Lewis
  • King
  • Langley
  • LaSalle-Backus
  • Leckie
  • Malcolm X
  • Marie Reed
  • McKinley
  • Miner
  • Moten
  • Payne
  • Randle Highlands
  • Raymond
  • Seaton
  • Smothers
  • Stanton
  • Takoma
  • Thomson
  • Walker-Jones
  • Whitlock (formerly Aiton)
  • Brent
  • Eaton
  • Janney
  • Key 
  • Ludlow-Taylor 
  • Mann
  • Maury 
  • Oyster-Adams
  • Ross
  • School Without Walls @ Francis-Stevens
  • School-Within-School @ Goding


Title 1 Schools

Non Title 1 Schools

Alexandria, VA
  • Cora Kelly
  • Ferdinand T. Day
  • James K. Polk 
  • John Adams
  • William Ramsay
  • Charles Barrett 
  • Douglas MacArthur
  • Lyles-Crouch 
  • Mount Vernon
Arlington, VA
Fairfax, VA
  • Dogwood 
  • Mason Crest 
  • Parklawn
  • Sleepy Hollow
  • Timber Lane
Beech Tree


Title 1 Schools

Non Title 1 Schools

Greencastle Paint Branch HS


How Funding Works

Boolean Girl Clubhouses are funded through various resources, including grants, donations, and payments for participation. Funding includes compensation for the teachers and high school students that run the program.

At some schools we do a mix of paid and free registrations. With these, we collect payments, typically $100 for 10 weeks of an after-school program. These schools can then offer as many scholarship seats as the paid seats. Teachers then receive 70% of the fees collected from paid-seat revenue, while the rest goes into supplying and running the program on our end. Here’s the breakdown. If you run a class with 20 students for 10 weeks, 10 students would pay for a total of $1000. Ten students could attend on scholarship. The teacher would be compensated $700 (70%) for the 10 week program.

Sponsor a Clubhouse

ALL Boolean Girl Clubhouses are provided free-of-charge to those who cannot afford to pay. We could not provide these resources for children without the support of community partners.

Learn how your organization can sponsor a local Clubhouse here.

Register a Club


Ready to Start Your Club? Fill out this form to register a club, and we'll get back to you with helpful information.