Activities & Clubs

ArcheryThe Activity offering is an opportunity for students to step out of the academic box and participate in a group that one may not regularly explore. Most of our courses are one semester long and are supervised by faculty members who have great interest and expertise in the activity.

A wide range of Activity classes are offered each year from which students choose according to their interest. All students in grades seven through eleven are required to take an activity. Seniors may elect these classes according to their interests and schedules. Activity classes are designed to supplement and enrich the curriculum and often provide exposure to new interests and future avocations. Some recent activities have included:

A Cappella Singing

A Night at the Improv

Amnesty International

Archery

Bicycle Repair

Chess

Classic Film Studies

Club Francais du Cinema

Cooking

Chorus

CurrentNewz: School Web News

Cycling for Fitness

Dance Team

Engineers Without Borders

IDEA (Invention Design & Engineering Activities)

Improvisation

Japanese Culture and Media

Knitting

Middle School Art

Middle School Band

Middle School Collage Explorations

Middle School Robotics

Mock Trial/Law Club

Open Art Studio

Racquetball

SAT/ACT Prep

School WebNews

Science Fair Lab Support

Singing & Songwriting

Social Justice

Speech and Debate

Test Kitchen: The Art and Science of Cooking

Ultimate Frisbee

Yearbook

Yoga