Through a variety of clubs, public productions, and classroom activities, students can explore their interests and prepare for the future.

Speech & Drama

Beginning as early as kindergarten, students learn that creative and articulate self-expression leads to effective communication, both on an individual basis and in front of large audiences. All students are encouraged to develop confidence speaking in front of their peers in a classroom setting, while those who wish to further their skill in front of larger audiences are provided ample opportunity. Some students enjoy the comfort of a prepared public reading, while others thrive honing their acting skills as part of a skit or short play.

High school students can choose to take formal speech classes or simply join a speech club to explore their talents and sharpen their skills. Even without joining a class or club, students can choose to participate in a number of speaking or acting roles throughout the year in special performance programs. A highlight for many students is the Junior-Senior Banquet each spring, which features a student-led thematic program with a variety of creative skits and prepared speeches.


Through clubs, students in grades 7–12 explore topics outside their scheduled class assignments, gain additional avenues for student leadership, and enjoy a fun social diversion during the school day.

Students can choose from Chess, Debate, Young Patriotic Americans, Crafts and Cooking, and other options that pique their interest and teach new skills.

  • Chess

  • Computer

  • Home Economics

  • Missionary

  • Pep Team

  • Spanish

  • Speech

  • Shakespeare

  • Sport’s Management

  • Art

  • Music

  • Young Patriotic Americans

  • Debate

  • Mathcounts

  • Crafts & Cooking

  • Engineering & Robotics

  • STEM