Clubs & Organizations

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    UCHS Student Council members attend a recent City Council meeting with Board of Education President Lisa Brenner, right.

    Clubs and organizations help our students learn valuable leadership skills, develop life-long friendships and enrich academics. We are grateful to the many parent and community volunteers who donate countless hours of their time with our students.

    From scouting to robotics, our students are provided with after school programming that provides meaningful service and learning opportunities. Get connected! If you would like to join an existing club or start a new one, reach out to your school principal today!

    Here are a just few of the clubs and organizations at University City High School:
    Afternoon Tea British book and movie club • Book-A-Holics Anonymous • Broadcasting • Chess Club • DECA marketing and business club • DIAL yearbook • Drama Club • Family, Career and Community Leaders of America • Future Business Leaders of America • Gay, Straight Alliance • Knitting Club • Latin Club • Mock Trial • Movie Club • National Honor Society • RoboLions robotics team • Spectrum literary magazine • Student Council • U-SERVE community service volunteers • Students on the GO! • Turning Resources and Energy into New Directions • U-Times newspaper • Yoga Club and more

    Students at Brittany Woods Middle School learn not only in the classroom, but also through extracurricular activities including middle school athletics, the Soaring Eagles robotics club, and the Young Ladies of Elegance and Gentleman’s Quarterly service organization. Students hone their public speaking skills through Toastmasters International. Learning is supported through collaborations with Y-Tutor, Wyman Teen Outreach and Teen Leadership, Real Talk, The Green Center and U City in Bloom.

    Elementary school students enjoy programs including Girls on the Run, robotics clubs, the Equations math competition, soccer clubs, scouting and more.