Activities & Clubs

At Stargate, we recognize that all students - especially those hard-wired as perfectionists - need safe spaces to try new things. Clubs and extra-curricular activities can be a great opportunity for students to stretch beyond their comfort zones, take positive risks and connect with peers who share similar interests and goals. Students have fun, while at the same time developing skills like leadership, problem-solving, setting and achieving goals, working in teams and communication.

How Do I Get Involved?

Students may decide to join an existing group or opt to recruit a sponsor and start a new one. Details about meeting times, membership requirements and expectations for group members are shared via email as well as at our annual "clubs fair" where students can meet peers already involved and decide if the group is a fit. You should also watch for announcements in teacher updates, principal newsletters and other Stargate communications vehicles.

What Kinds of Activities Are Typically Available?

The list changes each year. A few of Stargate's wide variety of options can include:

American Sign Language Club

Art Club (HS & MS)

Book Club

Brain Bowl (MS)

Chess Club (MS)

Christian Club

Cubing Club

Dear Asian Youth

Dream on 3

French Club

Future Business Leaders of America

Games Lunch Bunch (MS)

Gay Straight Alliance

GIDAS - Genes in Diseases and Symptoms

High School Democrats Club

Horticulture Gardening Club

HOSA - Future Health Professionals

Improv Club

Jiminy Wickets - Croquet/Service/Learning

Key Club

Knowledge Bowl

Lathe Club

Lighthouse Writers

MathCounts Club (MS)

Mock Trial

Model United Nations

National History Day (MS)

National Honor Society (HS) & National Junior Honor Society (MS)

National Organization for Women

PASS - Philanthropists at Stargate School

Ping-Pong Club

Red Cross Club

Robotics Club

SAGA - Sexuality and Gender Alliance (MS)

Science Olympiad (HS & MS)

SEAStar/Recycling Club

Spanish Club

Speech and Debate

Spelling Bee (MS)

Student Council (HS & MS)

Thespian Society

Tri-M Music Honor Society

Turning Point USA


Women in Suits

Yarnia - Knitting/Crochet


*unless noted as Middle School (MS) , all activities listed are aimed at High School students

Students are encouraged to pursue a mix of activities, things that enable them to explore their current interests and passions, as well as to find ones they didn’t know they had.

Elementary School Programs

Elementary school extra-curricular programs. are generally announced quarterly, via emails to student families. In addition, watch for communications via teacher updates, principal newsletters and other Stargate communications vehicles.

Need More Help?

Can't find the activity that interests you most? Email to confirm whether your activity is currently available or to propose starting something new.