Co-Curricular Activities & Information about Studying Abroad

Since co-curricular activities are relevant and enriching to a healthy school curriculum, we intentionally favor the term “co-curricular” over "extra-curricular."

At the elementary level, (grades 1 – 5), students may choose to participate in academic competitions. Competition opportunities may include Math Olympics, science fair, art competitions, Spelling Bee Competitions, and National Geographic Bee.   In their fifth grade year, students will attend an overnight trip with their classmates to Camp Haynes.

In the middle and high school school (grades 6 – 12), activities, clubs, and social events become even more important. The upper school offers Junior Civitan, , National Honor Society,  High school students also enjoy an annual overnight retreat, homecomming, prom  and several scheduled evening socials throughout the school year.  The high school students also have opportunity to produce the school's yearbooks, participate in an internship with a local business, join their friends for a European tour to re-trace the steps of the Renaissance and Reformation, and participate in a robust student leadership program (by nomination).