Among the ways our students explore their passions and sense of self, create community, and seek answers to big questions is the formation of clubs and identity groups.
These opportunities are student-driven and student-led, with guidance and support from staff mentors. Like all aspects of our educational program, students are encouraged to take on these leadership roles in ways that align with where they are in their development. In the Lower School, this might mean a group of children who gather during recess to write and produce a play. Beginning in Middle School, more formal clubs are proposed and advised. Our Upper School students regularly organize between 10-12 clubs and groups each year, many with a purpose toward social activism or advocacy.
Upper School Clubs, 2020-2021
Dungeons and Dragons Club
Gay Straight Alliance
How to Build Healthy Relationships
Jewish Affinity Group
March For Our Lives
Quaker Youth Leadership Club
Student of Color Affinity Group
TEC (Technology, Engineering, Computers) Club
Ultimate Frisbee Club
Youth Against Rape Culture