Student Clubs & Organizations
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Clubs are an important part of the weekly cycle. Twice a cycle, every student has the opportunity to try something new in the middle of the busy school day. Clubs offer a diverse array of topics, skills and commitments, and can serve as a well-needed break from the bustle of academia (film club or chess), or offer deeper insights into classroom topics (Model UN and Current Events).
If students can't find what they are looking for, they can start a club of their own. Student also may switch clubs at the semester break. Students learn about club options at the yearly club fair held in September.
Organizations are self-selected groups that offer students a chance to pursue an interest, topic or service that meets a specific need in the community. Organizations mostly require more participation than a club, but less than a board. With the exception of Head Tourguides, students can join the following organizations as they choose: Asian Student Alliance, Black Student Union, Interfaith Initiative, PRISM and Repertory Company.