Clubs & Activities
Convent & Stuart Hall has clubs and activities to meet most every curiosity and talent. Students have the opportunity to form new organizations and are encouraged to expand their interests. The clubs may reflect personal pursuits or offer a completely new experience. Most students find themselves participating in more than one club or activity.
Clubs Continue to Build Community
Despite the pandemic, club life has continued to grow. While being remote, longstanding clubs like Students in Action (SIA) and the People of Color Student Union (POCSU) picked up right where they left off last spring and new ones have been formed on themes as diverse as gardening and scientific research.
One of the newest club initiatives comes from the Happiness Club, in coordination with our librarians, and involves recording short videos of high school students reading books for elementary students. Meanwhile, SIA has spearheaded several service initiatives, renewing its cultural food drive to gather culturally appropriate foods that are low in food pantries, planning two blood drives and leading a Christmas drive for socks, underwear and other necessities for the St. Vincent de Paul Society.
The Breakfast Club continues to release instructional videos on how to prepare its favorite foods, the Sports Medicine and Surf Clubs have recently been revived and the Book Club has proposed the idea of including K–8 students. You can explore a full list of active clubs below.