Clubs

Our dynamic clubs provide extensive social growth opportunities and build a sense of school camaraderie as students work together to develop programs, bring in speakers, organize food drives, and more. Run by students with the guidance of a faculty advisor, clubs meet during lunch, rather than after school, so everyone can participate. Some clubs are limited to upper school or middle school students, while others include every grade. Clubs give our students the chance to interact with peers who may not attend classes with them. Students can build robots, campaign for animal rights, work on any of our six publications, participate in student government, and more. With nearly four dozen options, there’s a club for everyone.

Students in lab coats at Annenberg Conference