Clubs and extracurriculars are typically hosted during natural non-instructional breaks in the day, morning, lunch or after school. Our diverse clubs greatly help support the three pillars of our philosophical approach - to build confidence, find understanding and maximize potential among our students.
Staff recognize that a single club or event can have a marked impact on helping to foster new relationships and identify student strengths and passions that offer future career pursuits. Despite our modest class sizes and school population, we provide a variety of in school and after-school extracurricular programming covering a variety of interests. Another benefit of our students engaging with extracurricular activities is that they provide a deliberate academic break our students need.
All the activities offered have originated because of an expressed student interest. If students are interested in starting a club that isn’t already offered, getting it started it is as easy as approaching their homeroom teacher with their idea. They will work together to determine a time that works for the student, assist with spreading the word and locate a staff member who is committed to supervising the activity.
|Athletics||Fine Arts||Leadership||Academics||General Interest|
|Volleyball||Guitar Club||Model UN||Homework Club||Nintendo DS Club|
|Basketball||Art Club||Duke of Edinburgh Awards||Science Club||Anime Club|
|Golf||Art Competitions||LINKages||Scholastic Book Fair||Two Wheel View|
|Badminton||Drama Club||Girls Club|
|Curling||Poetry Slam||Boys Club|
|Street Hockey||Advertising Club||Headstrong|
|Intramurals||Electronic Music Club||Gay-Straight Alliance|