Clubs & Activities
Clubs and activities help Blake students be the best they can be.
Students develop leadership skills and learn to cooperate with others through cocurricular activities ranging from After-School Archery to Stop Motion Animation Club. These widely varied opportunities are united by common values and goals:
- fostering teamwork and leadership;
- helping students develop their potential; and
- encouraging students to improve the world around them. In particular, clubs such as BEARS educate students about global environmental issues and involve them in concrete local initiatives to make their community green and sustainable.
Lower School students can choose from more than a dozen clubs that encompass sports, the arts, technology, service and more.
Boys Education, Activity, Recreation and Service Club (BEARS)
Dry Land Training
Girls' Service and Activity Club (GSAC)
Jump Rope & Fitness Club
Science & Engineering Club
Middle School students can explore their every interest through approximately 25 clubs – music, math, magic and more.
Board Game Club
Fantasy Football Club
Football Card Club
Green Team - Environmental Club
Photography and Film Club
Sign Language Club
Ultimate Frisbee Club
Upper School students have even more varied opportunities to explore specialized talents and interests outside of the classroom. Cocurricular clubs and activities encourage older students to take on greater responsibility by assuming leadership roles.
Activity Based Clubs
Model United Nations
Interest Based Organizations
American Sign Language (ASL) Club
Art Honors Society
Blake Stock Exchange Club
Gender And Sexuality Alliance
Tea And Talk Club
Blake Asset Management Club
Spectrum – Newspaper
Reflections – Yearbook
Mr. Gazette – Satire
Flash! – Literary Arts
Service Leadership Organizations