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Clubs and More

 

A student's extra-curricular participation is often one of the best remembered times in their school career. Studies show that success in later life strongly correlates with participating in after-school activities. Participation is strongly encouraged since it provides another medium to grow and to learn about personal limits, leadership, teamwork, social skills, and problem-solving. It is our expectation that extra-curricular participants must maintain academic standards for marks and attendance.

 

Organizational meetings for clubs and teams are advertised throughout the year. You do not want to look back and say, "If only I'd joined this ..." Get involved! Meet new people. Have fun! You will grow to be a better, happier and more productive citizen. You will never have regrets about what you missed in school.

  1. 2015-2016 Extra Curricular Clubs & Teams 

     

     

    CLUBS/GROUPS

     

    A

    ACT (Drama) Club
    Ambassadors
    Anime Club
    Arts Productions

    Athletic Council

     

    B

    Band
    Biology Contest
    Breakfast Club
    Business & Accounting Contests
    Business & Conferences (OBEA, CPA No Limits, Gr. 10 Financial Literacy, Coin)

     

    C

    Canadian Team Mathematics Competition

    Chess Club
    Cycling Club

     

    D

    Dance Club

    DECA
    Design & Build Club
    Drama Club

     

    E

    Eco-Schools

     

    F

    French Club

     

    G

    Grad Formal

    Green Revolution
    GSA (Gay Students Alliance)

     

    H

    Human Rights Club (including Free the Children)

     

    I

    IAC (Intergrated Arts Council)

     

    L

    Labrynth Book Club

    Lynx Crew

     

    M

    Math Circles Club

    Math Tutors
    Minga Global Club
    Mix It Up 
    Mock Trial Team & Tournament
    Model United Nations
    MSA (Muslim Students Association)

     

    N

    Newcomer's Club

     

    O

    OSSTF Awards for Writing & Art

     

    P

    Painting Club

    Peer Tutoring
    Physics Contests
    Poets at Lewis
    Power Lifting Club
    Pride GSA Club

     

    R

    Reach for the Top

    Robotics

     

    S

    Science Club

    SECURE (All-Girls Support Club)
    Senior Scholars
    SHSM - Non Profit
    Sound & Light Club
    SAC (Student Activity Council)

     

    V

    Visual Arts Mural Club

     

    W

    Waterloo Electric Club

    Weight Room
    White Pine Book Club

     

    Y

    Yearbook

    Yoga

     

    Z

    Z (Zonta International Club)

    SPORTS TEAMS

    A

    Aerobics Club

    Athletic Council

     

    B

    Badminton Club

    Badminton, Junior
    Badminton, Senior
    Baseball, Boys
    Basketball, Junior Boys
    Basketball, Junior Girls
    Basketball, Senior Boys
    Basketball, Senior Girls

     

    C

    Cross-Country

    Cricket, Junior Boys
    Cricket, Senior Boys
    Cricket, Varsity Girls

     

    F

    Flag Football, Girls

     

    I

    Intramurals

     

    L

    Lacrosse, Junior Girls

    Lacrosse, Senior Girls

     

    R

    Rugby, Junior Boys

    Rugby, Senior Boys

     

    S

    Soccer Club

    Soccer, Junior Boys
    Soccer, Senior Boys
    Soccer, Girls
    Swim Team

     

    T

    Table Teniis

    Tennis, Junior
    Tennis, Senior
    Track & Field

     

    V

    Volleyball, Junior Boys

    Volleyball, Junior Girls
    Volleyball, Senior Boys
    Volleyball, Senior Girls

     

    W

    Weight Training Club

     

     

    To learn more about a specific club, please come see our Student Services Department, who will direct you to the staff sponsor.

     

School clubs and other extracurricular activities are an integral part of many students’ high school experience. They provide a chance for students to develop leadership and teamwork skills while pursuing an interest that may lead to a career or lifelong hobby.

Positive participation in activities also increases students' involvement in their school. As well, extracurricular activities are considered an asset on post-secondary school applications by showing additional positive attributes of an applicant that might not be reflected in grades alone.

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