Participation in co-curricular clubs and activities is strongly encouraged for each student. With opportunities that develop character, critical thinking, social skills and talents, clubs and activities support our mission to help our students actualize their potential through participation in a broad, balanced and relevant educational experience. To make as many opportunities available as possible, a wide variety of groups exist. Currently there are around 35 clubs and activities for students to get involved in. If you have an interest and want to organize a club, it’s easy! Just submit a proposal for a new club including the name of the club and it’s purpose. Find a teacher who will act as a moderator and submit the information to the Assistant Principal for Student Services in the guidance office.