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Clubs and More


Check out what's available at Erindale (season dependent):




A.V. Crew
Aboriginal Awareness Day
Alpine Ski
Activities Fair
Animé Club
Arts Club
Asian Heritage Club
Assessment and Evaluation Committee
Athletic Council and Director
Athletic Leadership Camp
Awards Committee
Badminton Team Jr. & Sr.
Basketball – Junior Boys
Basketball – Sr. Boys
Basketball – Junior Girls
Black History Month
Breakfast Club
Bucket Drumming
Character Reception
Chess Club
Christian Fellowship (Lifeline)
Climate for Learning and Working Committee
Coffee House
Commencement Committee
Computer Science Club
Concert Band
Cricket Club Team
Cross Country
Documentary Club
Drama Club
Eco-School Committee
Education Week
Emerging Leaders
Film Club
Floor Hockey
Ford Grad Character Award Committee
Free 2 Be / Day of Pink
Gardening  Club
Girls Fit Spirit
Girls Flag Football
Golf Team
Grammar Group
Healthy Foods
Hockey – Boys
Hockey – Girls
IB Steering Committee
Innovation Committee
Jazz Band
Leaders in Library
Link Crew
Literacy Committee
Literacy – PLC Team
Math Contest Prep
Math Extra Help Club
Math Senior Scholars
Mental Health
Mock Trial Team
Multi-cultural Club
Music Council
Muslim Students Association
OFSAA Transfer Rep
Parent Teacher Interview
Peer Coaches
Ping Pong (Table Tennis)
Project Santa
Red Cross- Anti Bullying
Remembrance Day
Retirement Committee
Rugby Girls
S.A.A.C. Staff Allocation Advisory Committee
School Food & Beverage
School Reach
Science Sr. Scholars
Ski Trip
Skills Club
Slow Pitch Girls
Soccer, Senior Boys
Soccer, Senior Girls
Staff Social Committee
Strength & Conditioning
Tennis Team – Jr. & Sr.
Track & Field
Ultimate Frisbee
Volleyball -  Jr. Boys
Volleyball -  Sr. Boys
Volleyball - Jr. Girls
Volleyball - Sr. Girls
Wellness Club

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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