Upper School Student Clubs and Organizations
Clubs and organizations are a key part of creating Upper School leadership opportunities, time for socialization, fostering passions, and exposing students to new interests. Through these organizations, students discover what is truly important to them as well as learn lessons in determination, reliability, leadership and other team-building skills. Most Upper School clubs meet during the school day so students with after-school responsibilities may still participate in clubs.
- At the beginning of each year, students have the opportunity to start a new club along with a faculty sponsor. The New Club Proposal Process is detailed in the Club Handbook.
- At the annual Club Fair, students meet club leadership while getting to know the club's purpose and yearly activities so students can make informed decisions about which club(s) to join.
- Students are invited to join one Service Club each year to help nurture our greater community and fulfill the necessary service requirement; students can join up to three interest clubs.