Why limit yourself to academics and co-curriculars? Discover your shared hobbies and passions with others, and create a club of your own!
The Ethel Walker School has a large number of student-organized clubs. Students who have particular areas of interest create different clubs; they find a faculty member interested in advising them and they set up regular meetings and activities. Clubs must be approved by the dean of students. Upper School Clubs typically meet during lunch in Abra’s or in the Common Room. The club schedule is published on the student life calendar. At times, club meetings may be held in the evening. Middle School clubs are held during the academic day like a regular schedule class meeting.
This list includes some — but not all — of the current clubs offered. New offerings may be added every school year.
Student voice and belonging is critical in identity development. Student affinity groups serve as affirmative and educational spaces for students to get involved. At Walker’s there is an institutional commitment to student affinity groups which are supported by faculty advisors, the Dean of Students Office and the Director of Social Justice and Inclusion.