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Camp Fire USA Club Program

Currently, we have clubs meeting once a week, after school. If you would like information on one of our current clubs, or would like information on how to get a club started in your area, contact the Camp Fire office.

Locations:
Contact the Camp Fire USA office for days and times:
  • Alta Loma - Stork Elementary School
  • Hacienda Heights
  • Victorville
If you would like to join one of these clubs, or would like more information on getting a club started in your area, please contact the Camp Fire Office.

Camp Fire USA’s small group program reaches more than 550,000 youth nationwide from preschool through high school. Youth move progressively through Camp Fire club or small group program levels in groups according to their grade levels. The small group program, which children may join at any age, offers a mix of fun activities, projects, events and experiences to help develop planning and decision-making skills, as well as skills related to participants’ individual interests.

With the outcome-based curriculum of small group programs, children learn to work and play together, and they get involved in service projects, which help them become responsible citizens concerned about their communities and society. Camp Fire USA small group programs meet a minimum of once a month with many meeting weekly. Meetings are generally led by two or more adults who have volunteered their time and skills and are held after school or on evenings or weekends.

Camp Fire USA small group programs have four important qualities:

1. Progression: As the children get older, they perform more complex and challenging activities. These activities evolve from developing caring, confident youth in elementary students to developing leadership in teens.

2. Inclusiveness: The small group program welcomes all youth and adults regardless of race, religion, socioeconomic status, disability, sexual orientation or any other aspect of diversity.

3. Partnership between youth and adults: Youth and adults together set the direction of Camp Fire USA activities and accomplishments. They work together in developmental activities and leadership roles.

4. Rewards and recognition: The small group programs are geared toward recognizing accomplishments and skill building, helping both adult volunteers and youth build self-esteem and pride.

5. Club/small group program levels include:
  • Little Stars: Preschool
  • Starflight: Kindergarten through second grade
  • Adventure: Third through fifth grade
  • Discovery: Sixth through eighth grade
  • Horizon: Ninth through 12th grade
Curriculum for each level is progressive, outcome-based and centered around five trails: Trail to Knowing Me, Trail to Family and Community, Trail to Creativity, Trail to the Environment and Trail to the Future.

With the outcome-based curriculum of club programs, children learn to work and play together, and they get involved in service projects, which help them become responsible citizens concerned about their communities and society. Camp Fire USA clubs meet once a week and are generally lead by two or more adults. They are held after school or on evenings or weekends.

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With the outcome-based curriculum of club programs, children learn to work and play together, and they get involved in service projects, which help them become responsible citizens concerned about their communities and society. Camp Fire USA clubs meet once a week and are generally lead by two or more adults. They are held after school or on evenings or weekends.

Curriculum for each level is progressive and centered around five trails: Knowing Me, Family and Community, Creativity, the Environment, and the Future.

If you would like information on one of our current clubs, or would like information on how to get a club started in your area, please complete the following:

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