School Life

Student Clubs

Student clubs offer an exciting way for students to interact outside the classroom as they explore their interests, gain new friendships and test their leadership skills.

Middle School Clubs

Clubs in the Middle School serve as an opportunity for all of our students to engage in an area of interest or curiosity outside of the standard curriculum. Eighth-grade students develop club ideas and plans under the guidance of their advisors, allowing for creative and new ideas about club offerings to be generated each year. Club meetings and activities are led by eighth-grade students to provide additional leadership opportunities within the Middle School.

Middle School club offerings include:

  • Debate Club
  • Food and Fun Club
  • Game Club
  • STEM Club
  • Tournament Club
  • Trivia Club
  • Workout Club

Upper School Clubs

With 20 student organizations to pick from, our Upper School students have a wide range of options and are encouraged to form their own club if one doesn't already exist. Most clubs are student-led under guidance by a faculty advisor and meet during lunch to maximize participation. From Acapella, to Sci-Fi Club, to a state-competition caliber Mock Trial team, there is something for everyone!

  • Academic Challenge
  • Art Club
  • Acapella
  • Business and Entrepreneurship Club
  • Cause for Paws
  • Club Med
  • Culture Club
  • Engineering Club
  • Gay Straight Alliance
  • Green Society
  • Humanitarian Aid Society
  • International Thespian Society Troupe 7171
  • Junior Engineering and Technical Society
  • Junior Statesman of America
  • Mock Trial
  • Model United Nations
  • National Honor Society
  • Newspaper
  • Sci-Fi Club
  • Student Advocacy Board
  • Student Senate