High School Clubs: A to E
Interested? Contact the moderator or complete the Club Interest Form.
The Arab Culture Club engages and educates the St. John's Prep community through meetings and events that promote the understanding of the values of Arab people, Arab culture, and addressing stereotypes and false notions about the middle eastern region. We hope to raise awareness of current issues, debunk negative stereotypes held against Arabs, and work through community service to aid those in need while raising pertinent issues in the Arab world domestically and abroad. We will explore the Arabic world through conversation, movies, food, readings, and cultural events. The Arab Culture Club is open to all students who are interested in learning more. Students, faculty and staff who have Arab heritage are highly encouraged to join us! We will be offering meetings in a remote setting this year. Please contact the club moderators for the Zoom meeting link to join. Club moderators are Ms. Nibal Awad and Ms. Samira Tella
Silkscreen t-shirts, learn to draw or sculpt, try woodcuts, paint with oil, work with digital photography...or just be in a unique and creative environment...open studios...no artistic boundaries! The Art and Design Club meets in the Ryken studios on Mondays, 2:30 - 4:30. We all work on one major project a year and spend the rest of the time experimenting with the tools and materials in the studio. We are a creatively energetic group and you never know who will have a great idea for an unusual project. Ms. Harriet Malone is the club moderator.
The purpose of this club is to help students enhance their Chinese skills, apply the skills in life experience for those who want to visit China one day, eliminate many stereotypes, and grasp traditional Chinese culture as educated Chinese learners. By bringing Chinese language and culture in life experience, members are expected to perform, on special occasions, with Chinese elements, such as Chinese songs or unique Chinese etiquettes. Anyone from St. John’s Prep who is interested in Chinese language or Chinese culture is welcome. Club moderator is Ms. Emma Mills and Ms. Ting Gao
The Environmental Club is a student-led club that aims to create a positive difference in our school and local community environment. There will be environmental advocacy opportunities, outdoor adventures, planning of exciting events like Earth Day, and many more. You get to help us decide which priorities we will tackle this year! The club moderator is Mr. Matt Spearing. The club meets after school on Mondays and is a grade 6 through 12 club.