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Menaul School students have many opportunities to participate in extracurricular activities, clubs, and organizations.

Clubs change from year to year, depending on student interest. Students may develop new clubs with the support of an advisor. Club meeting times are announced on Mondays in Chapel, at the beginning of each school year or as a new club is developed. The following organizations and clubs are for the current school year.


Student Council

Student Council exists to represent the students to the administration and to plan fun social activities for students. It consists of two elected members from every grade, as well as a Middle School Vice President, an Upper School Vice President, and the Student Body President. The group meets once a week to discuss students’ issues and to work on the next fun activity. In the past, Student Council has planned movie nights, game nights, dances, pep rallies, and various outings. Serving in Student Council gives students an opportunity to learn organizational and leadership skills and to work with students from other grades.

National Honor Society

The National Honor Society (NHS) is one of the oldest and largest recognition programs for high school students in grades 11-12 in the U.S. NHS honors those students who have demonstrated excellence in the areas of scholarship, leadership, service, and character. The National Honor Society was founded in 1921 by the National Association of Secondary School Principals. Menaul School’s organization is the Gladys E. Brown Chapter of the NHS. Students with a GPA of 3.5 or better are invited to be reviewed for membership by a faculty council that selects members after reading their resumes and letters of recommendation. Members are inducted in a traditional candle-lighting ceremony.

Menaul School Clubs
2019 – 2020 School Year

ClubsMiddle SchoolUpper School What Happens
ACT/SAT PrepStudents learn test-taking skills and time management in preparation for the ACT/SAT Exam.
ChessLearn how to play chess, different defenses and tactics, and practice with other team members.
Environmental ClubStudents work together to educate themselves on current issues affecting the environment, and do related service projects.
Math ClubGet ahead in math or get help with math homework.
Model U.N.Students collaborate and compete statewide to represent different countries in current world issues.
National Honor SocietyWith the four pillars of character, scholarship, leadership, and service in mind, students volunteer to help their local community.
Open CircleOpen Circle is an affinity group for gender and sexually diverse students and allies.
People to People International / Junior CivitanStudents with a passion for travel work to fund raise for global exchanges and events here and abroad.
Run ClubRun Club meets twice per week to go on runs around campus together.
Shooting ✔ ✔Learn safe gun handling, and target practice.
SoccerPlay futbol!
Speech and DebateStudents study public speaking and research topics to attend statewide debate competitions.
Student CouncilRepresentatives are elected by the student body to serve as a voice for the community, and organize student-centered events.