Unit ZionsvilleWelcome to the Zionsville Unit

Picture of Glenn Sanford
gsanford@bgcboone.org

1575 Mulberry St.
Zionsville, IN 46077
317-873-6670

Glenn SanfordUnit Director

Welcome to the Boys and Girls Club of Boone County-Zionsville Unit! Our team of youth development professionals strive to make every child feel comfortable in making this place their home away from home.

The Zionsville Unit is a safe, fun, and nurturing place for children, as we provide one-of-a- kind opportunities and recognition for their accomplishments.

History

The Zionsville Unit began in the old high school gymnasium, the current site of the Hussey-Mayfield Memorial Library.

In 1996, we moved into our current location on Mulberry Street, thanks to a successful Capital Campaign led by Zionsville resident Dr, James Haines.

Currently, we serve over 100 kids daily in our After-School Care program. We do not offer Before-School Care at the Zionsville Unit.

Zionsville Club Photo

After-School Care2:30 P.M. to 6:00 P.M., Monday-Friday

After-School Care is available to students attending Zionsville Middle School, Pleasant View Elementary, Eagle Elementary, Trailside Elementary, and Union Elementary. The Zionsville Unit follows the Zionsville Community School calendar for After-School Care.

After-School Care fees are $130 per month.

Bus Schedule

Union and Trailside Elementary students are transported to the Unit by a BGCBoone bus. ZMS and Pleasant View Elementary students are transported to the Unit by a ZCS bus. Eagle Elementary students are transported by the Zionsville United Methodist Church bus.
TimeSchoolBus
2:35pmPleasant View ElementaryZCS #96 and #73
2:40pmEagle ElementaryZUMC ROCK Bus
2:50pmTrailside ElementaryBGC Boone Bus
2:50pmUnion ElementaryBGC Boone Bus
3:55pmZionsville Middle SchoolZCS #11

Inclement Weather Policy

The safety of our members, their families, and our staff is our number one priority. The Zionsville Unit follows Zionsville Community Schools. If ZCS is closed, the Zionsville Unit is also closed.