Clubs allow our students to develop and explore areas of their own interest as well as giving them an opportunity to exercise leadership skills. Activities are student-driven, with appropriate adult involvement and supervision.

Meetings are typically held during lunchtime or immediately after school, one or more times per week. The list on the right side of this page includes clubs that have typically been active in recent years; some activities are long-standing traditions, while other clubs exist for a year or two. While some activities, such as Scrabble Club, are purely for participants' enjoyment, groups such as Roots and Shoots and Amnesty International also include a focus on issues of global concern.



Upper School

  • American Red Cross Club
  • Amigos Juntos
  • Amnesty International
  • Arlington Academy of Hope
  • Art Club
  • Badminton Club
  • Baseball Club
  • Best Buddies
  • Black Student Union
  • Book Club
  • Cardistry & Magic Club
  • Debate Club
  • Gender Equality Club
  • Girls Who Code
  • Gladys's Girls
  • Global Issues Network
  • Global Squad Club
  • Hockey Club
  • International Dateline 
  • Investment Club
  • Model UN
  • Movie Club
  • Operation Smile
  • Oxfam Club
  • Photography Club
  • Physics Club
  • Pride Alliance
  • Protect the Children's Future Club
  • Reading Partners
  • Robotics Club
  • Student Diversity Leadership Collaborative
  • Students Standing
  • UNICEF Club
  • Water Project Club
  • World Scholars Cup

Middle School

  • Black Student Union
  • Book Club
  • Bored? Games
  • Cine Club
  • Dateline
  • Debate Club
  • Forge at the Makerspace
  • Jazz Band
  • LGBTQ/Gay-Straight Alliance
  • Maker Mondays
  • Math Club
  • Model UN
  • Robotics Club
  • Roots and Shoots
  • Service Club
  • Spanish Club
  • Take-Apart Tuesdays
  • Teen Advisory Group
  • World Scholars Cup
  • You Be the Chemist
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