Clubs, Clubs, and More Clubs! Upper School Students Learn About Many Club Options at Club Fair

Clubs are an integral part of the Upper School experience at MFS. Today students enjoyed a Club Fair outside on the Oval, during which club officers and members had the opportunity to present the mission and primary activities of their clubs to all students to help recruit new members and to inform the many students deciding which clubs to join this year.

There are typically over 40 clubs in the Upper School and students can propose new ones by presenting them at Agenda Committee and Upper School Meeting for Worship for Business (student government). Clubs meet during lunch and are distinct from, but in some ways similar to, minor courses, which allow students to explore specialized subjects several times a week during a semester or full year. Above all, these unique methods of offering programs allow students to experience a range of educational, social, and personal benefits.

Clubs in attendance at today’s Club Fair included:

  • Mock Trial Club
  • Video Game Club
  • MLK Club
  • Worship Planning Committee
  • Engineering Club
  • Tennis/Ping Pong Club
  • Drama Club
  • Investment Club
  • Model UN Club
  • Ted X Club
  • Women in Stem Club
  • Debate Club
  • Service Committee
  • French Club
  • Dance Club
  • Cybersecurity Club
  • Environmental Club
  • Creative Writing Club
  • Fantasy Football Club
  • Gender Equality Club
  • Mental Health Forum
  • Indian Culture Club
  • Math Club
  • History Bowl
  • Chess Club
  • Coding Club
  • Biology & Health Awareness Club
  • Girl Up Club
  • Jewish Culture Club
  • Aerospace Club
  • Pride Club
  • Lemon Club
  • Operation Smile Club
  • Comedy Club
  • Tune Talk Club
  • Affinity Groups
  • Political Discourse Club


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