Clubhouse Members - Have fun and make some great new friends

Why Join the Clubhouse?

In the Clubhouse you have the freedom to do YOUR project in any area you can imagine. We will help you to explore and create wonderful work centred on YOUR interests, hobbies or career aspirations. That’s what we’re here for. Words can’t describe what we do and what you can do in the Clubhouse, so look around our website and see for yourself…..

How do I join?

Anyone between the ages of 8 and 18 can become a member of the Computer Clubhouse. Just stop by and have your parent or guardian fill in a Member Registration Sheet. You will then be introduced to a wide range of projects that you can sign up for free of charge.

Clubhouse-to-College/Clubhouse-to-Career (C2C)

Clubhouse-to-College/Clubhouse-to-Career (C2C) was developed to support Clubhouse Members in planning for the future and realizing their potential. By leveraging the technology skills and experience they gain at the Clubhouse, the goal is to provide young people with the skills and knowledge needed to take an active role in ensuring their own success. C2C helps Members explore professional jobs and academic opportunities, and learn from people who have already succeeded in their careers.

Adobe Youth Voices

Using advanced digital media tools you will be able to create movies, animation and great pieces of art. Go crazy with your imagination! Tell me more…

Teen Summit

Every two years a group of clubhouse members get the chance to visit Boston in America and take part in the Clubhouse Teen Summit. They are chosen based upon their project work and an interview. Tell me more…

Here’s what some of our Clubhouse members say…

We can do anything at the Clubhouse, make movies and lego robotics and lots of other things!


My favorite thing about the Clubhouse is that everyone is like a big family!


We use computers to make music, games, films and many more activities. Come see for yourself!


I come to the Clubhouse to socialise, it has really brought me out of my shell because I’m usually very shy.


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