Extracurricular activities for Middle School students (Grades 7 and 8) are special interest courses that are designed for teachers to share a non-academic passion with their students. There are a variety of selections available, and students complete four to six of these courses over the two-year Middle School cycle. Special interest courses are scheduled on Thursday afternoons during the regular school timetable. Some of the special interest courses offered over the past few years have been: Drama/Middle School Play, Creative Writing, Robotics, Board Games, Knitting, Sewing, Leadership for Boys, Model building, Génies en herbe, DJ Club, Music Club, Photography, Explore Science, Media Writing, Book Club, Outdoor Education, Science and Math All-Stars, and Woodshop.
Extracurricular activities for Senior School students ( Grades 9 to 11) are optional and include: Debating, Glee Club, Jazz Band, Photography, Public Speaking, Robotics, School Newspaper, Senior School Play, Social Justice and Development, Woodshop, and Yearbook.