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School Club Activities—Student Enriched Learning

Young people’s skills start to grow and evolve from an early age, and their time at school plays a significant role in shaping their attributes and personality. By taking part in our school clubs, students enhance their social skills and enjoy spending time with other children outside of the classroom. They also develop a range of other attributes, depending on which club they attend.

Kingsville School is proud to offer school enrichment and club activities decided by student interest and led by our student body with the assistance of faculty mentors. We understand school club activities are essential for building a well-balanced middle and high school experience. After all, true education must be about more than academics. It should also be socially inclusive and personally empowering. Our school club activities combine all of this in a nurturing, supportive community environment. These are our club offerings

  • Sports - Basketball, Football,Volleyball etc
  • Chess & Scrabble club
  • Literary & Debating club
  • Press club
  • Safety club
  • The Young Entrepreneurs
  • JET Club

Benefits of Kingsville School Clubs

Engaged students do better in all respects, and Kingsville students top all charts in engagement levels. All our School club activities focus on inclusivity and acceptance among our very diverse student body. There are many benefits of school clubs for student achievement and, just as importantly, overall efficacy. Some of the most popular benefits of school clubs include:

  • Making new friends with similar interests
  • Cultivating self-confidence and respect
  • Learning to empathize through teamwork
  • Relieving stress by having fun with peers
  • Working on social/communication skills

Other important benefits of schools clubs include learning real world skills, developing responsible time management strategies, and even helping with feelings like loneliness and isolation that can lead to psychological or behavioral issues so common in larger schools. Of course, benefits of our school clubs can also translate to college acceptance, as students turn their enrichment activities into lifelong passions.