From Kindergarten through 12th Grade, participation in co-curricular activities and clubs provides students with an important avenue for exploring an area of interest, developing leadership skills and furthering connections with others.
All Upper School clubs are student initiated and student run in conjunction with a faculty advisor. All students are encouraged to participate in clubs at some level. As students develop new areas of interest, they may start a new club by submitting a proposal to Forum, the student government. Recent clubs have included:
In Middle School, the focus is on Community Time which allows for all students in grades 6-8 to participate in community-wide bonding activities that are both student-and-teacher-initiated. In addition to Community Time activities, current clubs include:
Lower School offers a variety of after school co-curricular activities for girls designed to spark intellectual curiosity, celebrate creativity, encourage physical activity, enhance social skills and broaden an awareness of the world.