TranslateThe Hub

Student Clubs at Seattle Academy Provide Growth Opportunities

Photo of Seattle Academy Middle School Fishing Club

Middle School Fishing Club on a recent trip.

Clubs are one of the many ways students at Seattle Academy get involved outside of the classroom. For many, our club program is a place where they can share their passions and dive into a particular interest. For many others, our clubs simply provide a space where they can create new bonds and be a part of something. Being a part of something is one of many stepping stones towards students feeling confident, willing to try new things, and willing to take risks – these are the traits we believe are essential to students growing, learning, and becoming the best versions of themselves.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Thanks for coming out to the club fair it was a blast!!!

A post shared by Seattle Academy ASB (@seattleacademyasb) on

Clubs range from informal and internal-facing, to external projects and partnerships with national organizations. The hope is that there is something for every student.

There are over sixty active student clubs for the 2019 - 2020 school year, covering a range of topics such as; Giving Back Club, LatinX Club, Queer Straight Alliance Club, Maker Club, Current Events Club, Econ-Finance Club, National History Day Club, Origami Club and more. Each club has a designated student and faculty advisor and meets on a regular basis.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

SNEAK PEAK OF NEXT WEEK’S ORIGAMI PROJECT 🤫 DON’T MISS IT!!

A post shared by @ saas.origamiclub on

To view the full list of students interest clubs view the Middle School and Upper School Club Guides on our school website. 

Best of SAAS Volume 18

Read Seattle Academy's Best of SAAS magazine online!

Learn More About This Program

Related News

Main Calendar


 

APPLY NOW

At Seattle Academy, we encourage students to try new things and engage in a variety of experiences in order to facilitate personal growth and build community.

Learn More About This Program

Follow @SeattleAcademy on Twitter