John H. Harland Boys & Girls Club


If you’re interested in membership at the John H. Harland Boys & Girls Club or any of our Metro Atlanta clubs, please download the membership application. Then, complete and return the application to the club.

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Brief History

The West Ends Boys Club opened in 1968, but was soon renamed John H. Harland Boys Club in March of 1970, in honor of Mr. John H. Harland, who made substantial contributions for the building of a new facility and his devotion to his community. A decade later, the club began serving girls and thus became the John H. Harland Boys & Girls Club of Metro Atlanta.


Steve Wilson

Executive Director

Special Programs & Activities

  • Intel Computer Club
  • Graphic Design Club
  • Engineering Club facilitated by the National Society of Black Engineers
  • FIREGRL Club (media literacy, health education, and technology training for girls)
  • Music Production & Music Business Education Workshop
  • Math & Science Tutoring
  • Smart Girls Mother Daughter Covenant Supper & Sleep Over
  • Career Week
  • Black Family Technology Week
  • Girls In the Media(GIM): Health Education, Media Literacy and Technology Training for Girls)
  • S.T.E.M Lab
  • Aero (Applied Engineering Response Organization) Atlanta University Center Student Engineering Group

John H. Harland Boys & Girls Club pick-up & drop-off school list:

We pick up from these schools

  • Brown Middle School
  • Bethune Elementary School
  • F.L. Stanton Elementary School
  • KIPP Ways Academy
  • M.A. Jones Elementary School
  • Kindezi Academy
  • Beecher Hills Elementary
  • KIPP Primary Elementary
  • Sylvan Middle School
  • Latin Academy Middle

These schools drop off at our club

  • KIPP Ways Middle
  • North Metro Program School

Falcons Fitness Zone

This club is a Falcons Fitness Zone.