Clubs

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.

Lower School

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.

  • Robotics
  • Music
  • Riding
  • Art Club
  • Lacrosse
  • Environmental Club


Middle School

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:

  • Debate Club
  • Robotics
  • Student Leadership
  • Interscholastic Sports


Upper School

 

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:

  • American Sign Language (ASL)\
  • Art
  • ASA (Asian Students Association)
  • Book Club
  • BSA (Black Student Association)
  • Debate Club
  • Girls Advancing in STEM (GAINS)
  • Girl Up
  • Green Club
  • History Club
  • Jewish Student Alliance (JSA)
  • Love Thy Neighbor
  • Mental Health Club
  • Mock Trial
  • Model UN
  • One Love
  • Paw Print
  • Photography
  • Politics
  • Psychology
  • Science Behind Cooking
  • Science Hurricane
  • Student Diversity Leadership Council (SDLC)
  • Service League
  • Spectrum
  • SADD (Students Against Drunk Driving)
  • Teens Against Alzheimer's
  • Yearbook