There’s something for everyone at SPS. You can participate in more than 70 clubs and societies, ranging from debate and robotics to gospel choir and fly-fishing. Clubs are a vibrant part of school life. Some clubs are long-standing, like the Missionary Society, The Pelican, or the Debate Team. Others are representative of current student interest and student action. If you are motivated to create a club to explore any facet of interest to you, it will find a home at SPS. Below is a sampling of some of our clubs currently offered.
To provide SPS students the opportunity to experience the joys of the outdoors on campus in the form of fishing. The group helps stock the stream with trout every spring and holds an organized fishing tournament.
The boxing club exists to provide a fun and alternative approach to physical fitness for any St. Paul's Student, regardless of skill level, fitness level, or prior experience. Objectives include learning and developing boxing fundamentals and improving cardiovascular fitness, strength, and quickness.
Our mission is to create non-instrumental, harmonious, sonic experiences for both members and passive observers, especially in the space-time vicinity of St. Paul’s events such as, but not limited to, Family Weekend and Chapel.
The goal of the Girls Advancing in STEM club, or GAINS, is to promote connections between high school girls with interests in STEM-related fields and professional women established in these fields. We want to create a fun space for girls here on campus to explore their passions in an exciting environment with their peers where they can also be exposed to STEM role models and have a great time.
Humans of SPS, modeled after the magazine Humans of New York, has the goal of uniting the St. Paul’s community through shared stories and snapshots that give insight into who people are as individuals and their greater roles in the community. We want to highlight all of our diverse voices that, together, create our culture, lending unique flavors to every class, club, and sports team.
To spread the love of animation in a relaxing, and de-stressing environment. iLAF has been in existence for over 10 years. We meet once (sometimes twice) a week at lunch to watch cartoons and animation together. In past years, common activities have also included watching marathons of three feature-length animated movies on a Sunday with a pizza feed, and attending the screening of the annual Oscar-Nominated Animated Shorts at Red River Theaters in downtown Concord.
The International Society aims to highlight the cultural diversity on campus and gives each student the opportunity to highlight his or her ethnicity. We host events such as termly dinners or the international fashion show, which attract large crowds and educate us on the various cultures present on campus.
The St. Paws Club mission is to help others in need of pet therapy. The club plans to volunteer at the local SPCA by bringing dogs over to Concord Hospital Rehabilitation Center, Children’s Hospital, and elderly homes.