Our student organizations provide opportunities for a larger number of students to collectively pursue special interests and collaboratively work toward common goals that support greater awareness and understanding among people of diverse backgrounds, or that involve the planning and production of major school events.
Asian Student Alliance (ASA)
The Asian Student Alliance provides a space for students of all races to learn about historical and contemporary issues faced by Asian peoples through increasing cultural knowledge and celebrating Asian heritage. We also help plan an annual cultural festival in the spring.
Black Student Union (BSU)
The mission of the BSU is to bring greater awareness of the richness of the histories and cultures of African-Americans/Blacks to both its members and to others in the AIS community. BSU plays a key role in the lives of all members as a source of support and mentoring for each girl in the organization.
Council for the Advancement of Girls
The Council for the Advancement of Girls is a student group that serves as a liaison between the Center for the Advancement of Girls (CAG) and The Agnes Irwin School. The Council works to promote the values of the Center through organized campaigns focused on critical issues that pertain to their peers at school and in the surrounding community.
Head Tourguides are the visible leadership of the Admission Office's Tourguide program. Each head tourguide is assigned a letter day for which she is responsible. For their day, the head tourguides organize, recruit and remind the tourguides of their duties to ensure that the day runs smoothly for each visitor. In addition to their weekly responsibilities, the head tourguides are often called upon to assist with major Admission Office events, including Open Houses and revisit days.
This organization promotes awareness and mutual understanding of the rich religious diversity found in our school, and the shared traditions and teachings of global religions. The group holds discussions of various religious practices and current events.
PRISM provides a safe place for students to meet, support each other and talk about current events related to sexual orientation and gender identity, and to work to combat discrimination based on sexual orientation and gender identity.
RepCo, short for the AIS Repertory Company, is responsible for the annual production of the Upper School musical, drama and Dance Motion concert, as well as other special performances.The organization is comprised of representative(s) from each grade and the heads of Set Design, Stage Crew and Dance Motion, led by a student Artistic Director and Managing Director.