There are many opportunities to join clubs—and to lead clubs—in the Middle and Upper Schools. Some of these clubs meet during club times, which occur regularly in the school schedule, while some require after school or weekend time and might include inter-scholastic engagement and competition.
Clubs in the Middle School
Faculty offer a number of different clubs but students can also suggest and form their own clubs. The Middle School schedule ensures time is set aside for club meetings. Offerings can often include Robotics, Science Olympiad, Debate Club, Community Service Learning Club, Classics Club, Kahoot & Quiz Games Club, Gimkit Club, NYTimes Crossword Club, Fantasy Sports Club, Mythology Club, Board/Card Game Club, Anime Club, Match Club, Spades Club, and Drawing Club.
Clubs in the Upper School
Students form their own clubs, supported by a faculty advisor. Most student-formed clubs meet during designated time in the Upper School schedule. The year begins with a club fair where students advertise and enrol peers. Past offerings have included an investment club, an ethics bowl, a photography club, cultural clubs, chess club and a video games club.
Below are descriptions of a variety of offerings that are extremely popular choices for students. They provide opportunities for the boys to follow and develop their passions and the camaraderie that is built while these clubs practice or compete, is quite extraordinary.
Examples of Club Offerings
- Middle School Mathematics Club
- Upper School Mathematics Team
- Upper School Model United Nations
- Science Olympiad
- Collegiate Environmental Science Coalition (CEC)
- Middle School Robotics Club
- Upper School Speech & Debate Team