Middle School Clubs: Choice and Exploration

September 20, 2019

Mountain biking, Model U.N., Yearbook, and Magic: The Gathering—these are some of the clubs options available for middle schoolers this semester. Comprised of mixed-grade groups, middle school clubs meet weekly and are led by faculty and staff who have expertise in or share a passion for a particular topic or activity. Clubs provide students with an opportunity to make choices—each middle schooler chooses two club offerings to participate in each year. The diverse and exciting clubs being offered for the first half of the 2019-20 school year include:

  • Literary Magazine
  • Model U.N.
  • Book Club
  • Math and Traditional Gaming
  • Mountain Biking
  • Roots and Shoots Service Learning
  • Yearbook
  • Edible Garden
  • Magic: The Gathering
  • 3D Modeling

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