Extracurricular Activities


Students are introduced to parliamentary debate where they learn critical thinking skills, research competence, reading comprehension, media and argument literacy, evidence evaluation, summarizing and outlining, and public speaking. They will prepare arguments with logical reasoning while evaluating and understanding issues from more than one perspective. Students foster sensitivity to bias, build confidence, and work together. 

The parliamentary form of debate consists of a discussion in which participants articulate, justify, and clarify their positions on an issue. In this informal debate plan, rebuttals attempt to refute statements made by the opposing side. 


Participation on the debate team requires work done outside of school, attending tournaments on 4–6 Saturdays, and weekly meetings once a week after school. Parents may need to pay a tournament fee or volunteer to be a judge. Additional information about expectations and tournament details will be shared with families at one of the first debate team meetings.


After-school sports are available to all students in grades 5–8. Teams participate in an intramural sports program with other local private schools.

Flag Football



Cross Country




Students who have an interest in graphic design and have learned PhotoShop may choose to be on the yearbook committee. Mrs. Saleh-Metka is the advisor.

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Due to COVID-19, please contact the front office for the most up to date information on any of our extracurricular activities.

A wise boy or girl acquires enough foundation in school to equip him to pursue whichever course he may choose when he reaches adulthood.

Mae Carden