Student Clubs and Enrichment Programs

Student clubs in Middle School and enrichment programs in Upper School are a fun way for students with similar interests to explore topics ranging from math and robotics to cartooning and baking. Student programs can range in size from four to 15 students, and Pike faculty and staff serve as advisors.

Middle School Clubs

Middle School clubs encourage critical thinking, expose students to new ideas and thinking, and allow students (and teachers) to pursue an area of interest (that may not be strictly academic in nature).

A sample of our clubs in Middle School Include:

  • Math Fun
  • Fun with Food
  • Watercoloring in Nature
  • Minecraft
  • Dance Party: 70's, 80's & Beyond
  • Cartooning
  • Board Games
  • Makerspace
  • Speech Team
  • Leadership Club
  • Sign Language
  • Gardening
  • Big Green

Upper School Enrichment Programs

Upper School enrichment programs are student-driven. Each year, enrichment programs are added to meet students' interests and passions.

A sample of our Upper School enrichment programs include:

  • Actors for Social Change
  • CARE
  • Coding
  • Creating an Original Character in Graphic Novels
  • Drone Club
  • Fierce Conversations
  • Gay Straight Alliance
  • Generation Green
  • Girls' STEM Club
  • History and Culture of the Dominican Republic
  • Let's Speak
  • Logic Puzzles and Probabilities
  • Math Club
  • Math Counts
  • Musical Theater
  • PikeAppella
  • Robotics Team
  • Speech Team
  • Technology Club
  • Women in Science
  • You are an Author

Generation Green
In Generation Green, a club that takes place in our Middle and Upper School, students focus on issues effecting our environment and the world that we live in. After doing research on various topics students are able to choose their own projects for the year. They have investigated food waste in the cafeteria, an issue near and dear to them, as well as the role of zoos, both good and bad, in endangered animal conservation. By choosing problems based on their passions, they become empowered to execute change.