Corbett School District is committed to facilitating the development of student organizations and clubs. Students currently have access to many different clubs throughout middle school and high school. New clubs and organizations form annually depending on the interests and passions of students. Students who wish to assemble and lead their own clubs are supported and guided by faculty members. With an eclectic array of options, there is something for everyone. Many clubs often meet before or after school, or on Fridays when classes are not in session.
Many clubs that have been available at the high school, including: Equestrian, Key Club, Leadership, Chess, and FBLA. These clubs have been sponsored by both faculty members and community members.
To start a club, a student (or group of students) must find a faculty member or community member who will sponsor the club. They should be prepared to present their idea to the administration. Their presentation should include the purpose of the club, membership requirements, and anticipated activities and meeting schedule. One primary consideration when forming a club is that club activities cannot impact a student’s class time.