The Asian Culture Club recognizes and celebrates all API (Asian Pacific Islander) cultures in an inclusive environment. We welcome students of all backgrounds and ethnicities to participate in our lunch club meeting where we have open discussions lead by teacher and student facilitators.
In the French Club, students share their interest in French culture through the discovery of movies, music, fashion, culinary specialties, politics, art, literature, and famous places. They discuss the diverse aspects of the French culture around the world and explore differences between nations and ways of life. Members of the club decide on a subject to discuss at each meeting and promote French culture at school events.
The Gaelic Society is a club that celebrates Hibernian culture and issues a warm cead mile failte (100,000 welcomes to all). Irish or not, members participate in activities such as learning about Celtic history and legends; studying the Irish language; enjoying Irish music and dance (maybe even trying a few steps!); and sampling typical foods that include scones, brown bread, and chocolates. Club-sponsored CSCs might invite other students to an early St. Patrick’s Day fete or introduce them to vibrant Gaelic traditions.
Latin Club is an organization where students who are interested in the classics can explore the vast and wondrous aspects of the ancient world. From reading myths to speaking Latin, from watching movies to hosting Roman banquets, from performing skits to preserving awareness of ancient traditions, Latin Club covers it all! Students do not need to know Latin and are also eligible to join the National Junior Classical League.
The Latinx Affinity Group is a space to have meaningful discussions about what it means to identify as Latinx, Latina, or Hispanic in our communities. This group examines the cultural and emotional experiences and diverse multi-racial origins that arise from a Latin American or Caribbean heritage, celebrating them from the "I" perspective.