Our high school co-curricular program provides opportunities for students to develop friendships, explore their interests, become leaders and extend their thinking beyond the classroom. With over 60 clubs, there are a myriad of opportunities for community building as students work towards common goals.
All students are encouraged to take full advantage of co-curricular opportunities and ownership of their growth in the community outside of the classroom. If a student’s passions and experiences are not represented by the co-curriculars currently offered, he can propose a new group. This type of student initiative, leadership and service is encouraged and celebrated.