Clubs & Activities

To learn more about one of our many clubs/activites please select from the list below.
Questions/Comments? Please contact Ms. Teresa Picarazzi, Student Activities Coordinator.

Junior School Activities (7th & 8th grades)

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  • 3D Design and Printing

    Students will learn to design and create physical objects and then use the 3D printer to build them. This is a creative, collaborative, design-thinking and innovative activity.
  • Coding Club

    Coding Club teaches students how to make computer games, tell digitial stories or make Android Apps. All levels, from absolute beginners to experts, are welcome. The activitiy uses Scratch and MIT APP Inventor to create and collaborate, while learning some real coding tools.
  • Community Service

    The Community Service activity exposes students to a variety of service opportunities both on and off campus. The activity hopes to inspire participants and inform participants about various local and international needs, and effective ways to educate classmates, and encourages them to donate to worthy causes. Students will team up for a shared community service effort during the activity.
  • Graphic Design

    Graphic Design will teach the students the basics of Adobe InDesign, Illustrator and Photoshop. Students will gain practical skills to use in other classes, and produce their own books, magazines or independent projects.
  • Healthy Body, Healthy Mind (required)

    The purpose of the HBHM program is to share information about health and well-being
    and address questions students may have about topics that may be important to their lives. This program is not just about their physical health, but mental and emotional health as well. Grade 7 addresses: communication styles, internet and personal interactions, stress reduction, sleep and its effect on learning and memory, hygiene, and nutrition. Grade 8 addresses: exercise and its benefits, stress and how it affects one’s health, body image, tobacco, alcohol and drug use and its effects.
  • Hilltopper (J School student newspaper)

    The Hilltopper is the Junior School newspaper that offers students an opportunity to report on school events and to experience the different aspects of creating and publishing journalistic articles. Students design and write their own pieces.
  • Improvisation / Public Speaking (8th grade only)

    The improvisation and public speaking activity helps students become comfortable speaking in front of a large group by discussing good public speaking habits, rehearsing fun improvisational games that incorporate those habits and performing them for the Junior School.
  • Junior School Chorus (Fall only)

    Junior School Chorus performs at the Winter Concert held in December, as well as at the Winter Assembly. All are welcome!
  • Junior School Play (Spring only)

  • Model United Nations

    This activity is designed for students who want to learn about and discuss international topics through the lens of the U.N. It culminates with the chance to participate in a "mock" U.N. session.
  • Robotics

    In Robotics, students will learn engineering skills needed to design, build and code a robot that can complete a set of tasks. Working in teams, students will assemble hardware and code their robot using Java  programming language. They will have an opportunity to design a custom add-on piece for their robot and then participate in an in-class challenge.
  • Scrapbook (JS photo book)

    The Scrapbook is the Junior School yearbook that offers students an opportunity to learn about photography, copy writing, and graphic design. The Scrapbook is published at the end of the year and records the J School in pictures that include adviser groups, sports, activities, and trips.
  • Seventh Grade Study Skills (required 7th Grade)

    The Seventh Grade Study Skills activity meets for three weeks in September, to introduce
    students to the academic community and culture here on the Hill. Topics covered include: time management, organization, study techniques, active learning, and learning styles.

Clubs & Activities (Middle and Senior School, Grades 9-12)

The following is a list of clubs and activities for high school students at Hopkins. Many of these clubs have existed for years, while others are newer and based on student interest at the time. Students wishing to start a club may present a proposal in the spring with the support of a faculty adviser. Click on the Club name to read more about it. 

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  • 1660 Ambassadors

    School ambassadors who support the efforts of the Alumni and Development Office in various ways including volunteering at alumni events, assisting with writing notes to thank donors, mailing out gifts to young alumni, and offering tours at on-campus events such as Alumni Weekend and Homecoming.
  • A capella - Harmonaires

    Continuing the legacy of Hopkins oldest and only all male a capella group.
  • A cappella - Spirens

    One of the all female a cappella groups!
  • A cappella - Triple Trio

    One of 2 of the all female a capella groups!
  • A Novel Idea

    A Novel Idea is Hopkins' book club, where we read and discuss many different books (voted on by club members) to help us broaden our literary tastes, perspectives, and friendships!
  • Amnesty International

    The Amnesty International chapter at Hopkins is dedicated to human rights advocacy. We will be raising awareness for some of the worlds' most severe cases of human rights abuse. Whether it is online or in person, we will be working as a group to create events to educate our school.
  • Architecture Club

    We explore and discuss architecture / urban planning while also getting talks from people with experience in the field.
  • Asian American Student Association

    This club is for students of Asian American and Pacific Islander descent to discuss relevant issues/topics surrounding our identity, both in our individual communities and at Hopkins.
    (But don't feel overwhelmed! This is a super chill casual space!)
  • Beekeeping & the Maasai

    The main agenda of the club is to create a common platform for beekeeping conversations and further to understand how beekeeping projects can sustain communities in need of help like the Maasai tribes in Africa. We hope to virtually interact with Maasai schools and fundraise for beekeeping initiatives. 
  • Biology (USABO) Club

    Do you like mitochondria and want to know more about then? Then join the biology club where we discuss and learn topics ranging from molecular biology to ecology! The material of this club is centered around the USABO (https://www.usabo-trc.org/) Biology competition in February. We will set up study and research sessions to cover each test area in depth, or just share interesting biological facts in general for aspiring biology students!
  • BLSU (Black and Latin X Student Union)

    A safe space for every one (especially people with Black and Latin X backgrounds) where we hold constant conversation about race at Hopkins
  • Body Positivity Discussion and Action Club

    The purpose of our club is to spark discussion about body positivity, raise awareness about eating disorders and obesity, and raise funds for programs that work with these issues.
  • Book Buddies

    We spend time reading a discussing books with residents at Chapel Haven (an independent living facility offering a range of supports for adults with Autism and Asperger cognitive disabilities.)
  • Busking For Change

    Busking For Change raises money for various organizations (UNICEF, KEYS, etc.) by performing music both in-person and online (because of COVID).
  • Cards for Care

    This club is for students interested in drawing, writing and helping others. In this club we will make cards for any people that seem to need some cheering up from doctors working hard at hospitals to students at school you just want to give some cheer! If you don't have much time nowadays don't worry, this club will not meet every week and will be just a fun gathering to make some cards!
  • Chess Club

    Our mission is to spread knowledge of chess and teach it to anybody who wants to learn it. We will learn strategies, learn tactics, and compete in games and small tournaments.
  • Child Advocacy Club (CAC)

    The Child Advocacy Club works with the South Central Child Advocacy Center at Long Wharf to raise funds and awareness for issues surrounding child abuse and neglect. We seek to educate the Hopkins community about topics such as child abuse, harassment, and consent and do fundraisers such as toy drives and bake sales (hopefully!) to raise money for the SCCAC. Join our service club if you want to help people in the greater New Haven area and meet some cool people along the way! This club is low commitment, as we will only meet when discussing awareness campaigns or fundraisers. 
  • Chinese Culture Club

    To promote and celebrate Chinese culture.
  • Classics Club

    To spread wider knowledge and enjoyment of Classics.
  • Climbing Club

    A place to learn more about climbing, talk to other climbers, improve your ability as a climber, or just try climbing for the first time.
  • Dance Crew

    Dance Crew is a casual club where we put together dance routines for fun and sometimes for performances. Follow us @hopdancecrew
  • Daystar

    Hopkins's literary and visual art magazine, open to student submissions. https://daystar.hopkins.edu/
  • Debate Club

    Debate club will give you a very strong foundation in formal debate and argumentative styles. In our weekly meetings we hold mock debates, teach basics and advanced debate strategies, run lots of activities, and eat many brownies when we're not online! You’ll also get to hone your abilities and practice advanced techniques debating against students from other schools in state and nationwide tournaments.
  • Eagle and Child: Theological Discussion with a Christian Perspective

    To approach big theological and philosophical questions from a Christian perspective while weighing and discussing all viewpoints.
  • Empowering Students Near and Far (ESNF)

    At ESNF we're connecting Hopkins with Lincoln Bassett in New Haven and TFC in Pakistan, to give to our communities and utilize our place of privilege up on the Hill! We'll be making donations and setting up a penpal program between schools.
  • Empowering Women Through Entrepreneurship

    This club raises money to provide "micro-loans" to women in developing countries, so that they can start their own businesses and will host meetings to talk about female entrepreneurs and feminism.
  • Entrepreneurship Club

    This club raises money on or off campus for local organizations and also teaches club members about the basics of investing and entrepreneurship.
  • ERRO (Equal Rights, Respect, & Opportunities)

    To raise awareness for domestic and global gender issues and to encourage everyone to get involved.
  • Ethics Bowl

    Do you love The Good Place? Do you love to debate? If so, the Ethics Bowl club is for you! In the Ethics Bowl club, students will explore and discuss topics in moral philosophy and ethics, especially relating to real-world problems, ranging from dog-walking disputes to moral disagreements with family to debates about billionaire donations to save the Notre Dame. Each year, there is an Ethics Bowl competition in Connecticut sponsored through Yale (details for this year are to be confirmed) but there is no obligation to compete. The competition continues at the national level. Regardless of the status of the competition, our meetings will consist of fun debates about tricky ethical situations. Our mission is to promote the debate of ethical and moral dilemmas in the Hopkins community and potentially to compete against other local schools in the Ethics Bowl competition. Lively debate is guaranteed!
  • Fencing History Club

    This club delves into the history of fencing and how and why it evolved. Come join us and learn about the way of the sword!
  • Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA)

  • Geography Club

    A place to play geography games and learn about current events and how they relate to geography
  • Girls Who Code

    This Hopkins club is part of a larger organization, Girls Who Code, which strives to provide girls opportunities in STEM

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  • Global Health Awareness Club

    Our club will be primarily focused on creatively raising funds to donate to organizations such as Doctors Without Borders, Operation Smile, etc, while also discussing and spreading awareness about health issues around the world. Join for a global health blast!
  • Habitat for Humanity

    Our club aims to unite students at Hopkins to aid the Habitat for Humanity organization in building and providing sustainable and affordable housing for people in the New Haven area. Hopefully this spring we will be able to actually get out on one of their sites and help them with a build day!
  • Harmonies for Healing

    To share our music with the community in order to bring happiness to other's lives.
  • HDA - Hopkins Drama Association

    The community of Hopkins students interested in theater and the performing arts.
  • History Club

    We discuss topics ranging from the "surviving" Anastasia Romaov to trench warfare during the Battle of Petersburg in casual briefings around the table. We also participate in the National History Bowl, a history quiz bowl. Impress your friends if you like history.
  • Hop Bakes

    The mission of Hop Bakes is to help other service clubs to raise money through profits from bake sales, as well as donating food to local food shelters. We also aim to be a collaborative club, where we host baking lessons and unite people under a creative cause.
  • Hop Codes

    Join us for conversations on computer science, coding tutorials, guest speakers, and short projects! No coding experience is required to join, and the club is open to the whole school! Follow our Instagram, @hop_codes
  • Hop For Make-A-Wish

    To raise money for the Make-A-Wish Foundation Connecticut Branch and to spread awareness of children around the state who are being treated for terminal conditions and ways to help them.
  • Hop Investing

    Hop Investing is a club focused on teaching students a basic understanding of the stock market. Our goal is to teach the partcicipants how to leverage it in order to generate and protect wealth.  In the modern world, investing is an essential part of the financial system in which we live. This club will help teach you how to invest smartly, watch for market trends, specifically apply world events to trading, and more!
  • Hop Script Writing Club

    The Hopkins Script Writing Club’s purpose is to unite those who love writing for theater! Members of this activity will write scripts, and then perform them in the club meeting time. This club is meant to spark interest in people looking to branch out in theater; as a writer, director or performer!
  • Hop SNUGS

    SNUGS provides basic aquatics skills for those with special needs that could not afford them otherwise. With COVID-19 this entails hosting Zoom meeting where those kids learn new skills such as origami and making ice cream.
  • HOP-SF (Sports Foundation)

    Our club is dedicated to fundraising money for sports organizations striving to provide kids with lessons, equipment, and clinics, that wouldn't always have the oppurinity to play sports. This allows for them to have an outlet for their energy and an escape from their everyday lives. In the future, on more natural occasions, we will strive to host events to teach these lesser fortunate children the basis of sports.
  • Hopkins Art Club

    A club for anyone who is interested in painting, drawing, sketching, and just any form of visual art! We will also work on projects and focus on community service!
  • Hopkins Chess Haven Alliance

    To assist Chess Haven, a 501c(3) non-profit organization. We intend to assist in their mission to teach, mentor, and help young chess players.
  • Hopkins Computational Linguistics Club

    Hopkins Computational Linguistics Club solves fun linguistics puzzles and prepares students for the NACLO (North American Computational Linguistics Open competition). Despite the name, almost no knowledge of linguistics or languages is required to solve these puzzles!
  • Hopkins Conspiracy Club

    Our club will have meetings to discuss and debate popular conspiracy theories in a safe environment where all opinions are heard, no matter how controversial they may be.
  • Hopkins Economic History Club

  • Hopkins Equestrians

    Our club is dedicated towards uniting the various equestrians or animal lovers at Hop! Our other goal is to raise money and awareness for the millions of horses going to slaughter
    and in need of rescue. 
  • Hopkins Humane Society

    The Hop Humane Society advocates for humane treatment of animals through working on local and statewide legislation, campaigns, guest speakers, volunteer work, and petitions.
  • Hopkins Ink.

    Hopkins Ink. is a space where artists can come together to create in a judgement free group of likeminded people :)
  • Hopkins Model Congress

    The mission of Hopkins Model Congress is to encourage civil discourse, civic engagement, and a passion for government through simulations of the United States Congress.
  • Hopkins Model United Nations

    Train and prepare students to participate for four interscholastic competitions.
  • HopTop Games

    Hop Top games is working on what we hope will be a very successful transition to virtual tabletop gaming. We have a welcoming and very fun community whom you will get to know very quickly as a new member.
  • Hot Takes

    Hot Takes is a sports debate club. Discussion will range from current events in the sports world as well as conversations concerning teams, players, and classic debates such as LeBron vs. MJ. The three sports we'll mainly focus on are basketball, football, and soccer. If you play any of these sports, I strongly suggest you join!
  • Italian Culture Club

    We explore italian culture through cooking, music, dance, and film!
  • Jam Club

    Jam Club is an instrumental ensemble that strives to create music in a relaxed and welcoming environment. Our music covers a wide variety of genres including Jazz, Blues, and Rock. Our mission is to create qualified musicians that are willing to perform for wider audiences
  • Jewish Culture Club

    The mission of the Jewish Culture Club next year is to enrich the Hopkins Community's knowledge of Jewish culture. In our meetings, we will discuss Jewish history, food, holidays, games, and anything our club members want to learn. Overall, we want our club members to always have a fun time and be engaged in all conversations or activities. Hope you all can join!
  • Let There Be Light Club

    Our mission is to raise awareness and funds to address basic lighting needs of off-grid vulnerable communities in Africa
  • Little Blue World

    Little Blue World raises awareness about the coral reefs and ocean health. Our club fundraises for the Coral Restoration Foundation and runs a blog & instagram to spread the word. You can use skills like graphic design, writing, research, and advocacy to help the coral reefs and our oceans.
  • March For Our Lives

    March For Our Lives is an organization founded by survivors of the Parkland shooting focused on ending the gun violence epidemic in America. At the Hopkins chapter, we will discuss policy, diversity, inclusion, activism, and outreach programs, as well as fundraise for and work together with the larger organization to create a safer country. We hope you will join us as we work to include Hopkins in this movement!
  • Maroon Key

    Support all service-based clubs and efforts; oversee annual programs & events at Hopkins.
  • Math Team

    Come solve fun math problems with us! We compete in the Greater New Haven Math League at five meets throughout the year, but you don't need to attend those to be part of the club.
  • Mental Health Awareness

    Mental Health Awareness is a club addressing the emotional state of Hopkins students. Whether you want to have a space space to talk, or information on mental health related topics, this club is for you!
  • Merchandise Club

    The Merchandise club is a club committed to the betterment of education in our community, New Haven. The goal of this club is to generate profits to donate to an organization called New Haven Reads. We plan on doing this by selling various Hopkins related clothing to students. If you are interested in supporting the education system in our community or clothing design, this club would greatly appreciate your help!
  • Multiethnic Student Association (MESA)

    Hey gang! Are you a biracial baddie? Do you feel forced to bridge your cultures? If so, join us! Let's come together and celebrate the unique ethnic mixes behind each of us.

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  • Natural Disaster Relief Club

    This is a club for anyone who wants to do some good in the world. We provide aid for natural disasters through fundraisers. 
  • New HYTEs Outreach

    New HYTEs (New Haven Youth Tennis and Education) is an organization in New Haven dedicated to providing underprivileged youth with educational enrichment and tennis instruction. New HYTEs Outreach at Hopkins will work to develop lessons for their meetings.
  • Noodleship

    Emulating a small business, Noodleship is a club for any and all lovers of Asian snacks and noodles. The club organizes sales for the Hopkins community and donates the funds to charity. A casual club that was created to share delicious noodles, we are inclusive of all and would love to have you!
  • Pathfinder Hopkins School

    Pathfinder is a four year enrichment program for students who attend New Haven schools. During the school year we offer math and language arts courses for sixth, seventh, and eighth grade members of our program. We are also a workshop in teacher education for select high school and college students interested in the possibility of pursuing a career in teaching
  • PAWS

    P.A.W.S. (Protecting Animals Worldwide Society) has made it a top priority to raise awareness about animal welfare and abuse prevention by hosting fundraisers and volunteering in many different ways.
  • Peaches - Improv Club

    Peaches, Hopkins only improv group, seeks to give its members an opportunity to practice their improvisational acting skills, as well as chances to perform at events and to encourage members of the Hopkins community to try out improv.
  • Peer Tutoring

    Hopkins Peer Tutoring is a service that helps match students with peers who have the ability to help them gain greater learning experience in a class. Peer Tutoring provides a relaxed and efficient way for students to seek the help they need in a subject, without the stress of formally meeting and talking to a teacher. The tutoring process entails the tutor meeting with their tutee once a week or every other week as they see fit to go over concepts that they struggle with. This is a rewarding experience; tutors and tutees develop friendships and connections with students they would never have known otherwise. Students can assist a student in all subjects except English (if you want help with English, visit the writing studio!). The main goal of Peer Tutoring is flexibility and comfortability, so tutors and tutees are thoughtfully matched through a database consisting of students’ schedules and free times. This year, all tutoring sessions will be virtual. 
  • Pep Band

  • Photography Club

    A community for photographers of any level to share work and hone their skills.
  • Project Reach

    Working with the kids who attend the Foundation School in Orange, we strive to establish friendships with these students through fun games and activites. We have a good time while enjoying the company of our classmates and friends from the foundation school.
  • Random Acts of Kindness Club

    Famous for the beloved Free Cookie Day. This is a great year for some random acts of kindness, so we'll have plenty of stuff of to do!
  • Red Cross Club

    To organize campus blood drives.
  • Refugee Aid and Awareness club

    Refugee Aid and Awareness Club’s goal is to provide support to both the local and global refugee community while raising awareness understanding in our own community. We hope to raise funds as well as host speakers to further educate the Hopkins community.
  • Robotics Team

    Educate Hopkins students about the fundamentals of robotics and engineering through hands-on building and programming robots for competitions. Click here to visit the Robotics Team website. 
  • Room of One's Own (Book club discussing women's works)

    This club is for students interested in discussing women in literature. We will discuss poem, prose, books and general works that demonstrate women's influence on the literature world! We also might use a grant to help fund a non profit called Chicago Books to Women in Prison to provide free reading material for incarcerated women :) 
  • Russian Culture Club

    The Russian Culture Club is exactly what it sounds like: a club where we learn and appreciate Russian Culture!! :) Because of COVID-19 a lot of fun activities we had planned will have to be put on hold, however, we will have fun with other activities that both virtual and on-campus students can participate in and enjoy!!
  • SAGA - Sexuality and Gender Advocates

    SAGA, Sexuality and Gender Advocates, is a safe space for advocacy of the LGBTQ+ community and their concerns.
  • Save the Children Club

    The Save the Children club focuses on fundraising and advocating for children's health, education, and protection worldwide! We focus on relavent issues/topics that affect children-this year our focus will be on the election (the iimportance of voting) and its effect on children.
  • SAX - Students Against Xenophobia

    Our goal is to provide a bipartisan platform to oppose xenophobia in all forms - whether it is based on exclusion due to race, exclusion due to political viewpoint, or anything in between, we seek to create a forum for discussion on these matters.  Learn more on our website...
  • Science Olympiad

    Want to learn more about science? Want to investigate proteins, learn about forensics, ponder astronomy? Sign up to be part of the Science Olympiad club which tackles 23 different events and you can apply to be part of our competition team which will compete at a number of invitationals in addition to the state Science Olympiad competition.
  • Science Research Club

    The Science Research club hopes to introduce interested students and aspiring scientists to independent high school research. We're also connected with the miRcore organization, a research organization that provides almost weekly lectures and lessons on data analysis and genetics. If you have any interest in conducting research, join a session and we'll see how we can refine your interests and more!
  • SHAREing and CAREing Club

    The Hopkins SHAREing and CAREing Club is a community service club that raises money for an organization called SHAREing and CAREing. This organization provides counseling, support groups, wigs, rides to treatments, and housing to women suffering from Breast Cancer. The goal of the club is to find effective fundraising ideas that will maximize the amount of money that we can donate to the organization. We will not meet every week, but instead whenever we need to with regards to planning fundraising events.
  • SHOUTTE

    SHOUTTE (Screen Host Outreach to Understand and Talk about Trafficking and Education) SHOUTTE is a club focused on provide awareness of sexual trafficking on both a local and global scale. Over the course of our meetings, we will discuss women's rights to education in all subjects, trafficking as a whole, and influential women and their contributions to society. This year, we plan to highlight women in various fields and professions and talk about their roles and accomplishments.
  • Songwriters of Hopkins (SOH)

    SOH invites songwriters of all levels to share, collaborate, and listen to original pieces of music through independent and co-writing and fun activities!
  • STEM Journal

    Our mission is to provide an outlet for students to write about various aspects of STEM in the form of a printed publication distributed to the school. We engage both middle school and high school students by accepting articles from those in grades 9-12.
  • Student Council

    To bridge the gap between students and faculty and to make Hopkins a better place for ourselves and for future generations.
  • Student Productions

    Provide alternative and student-led theater opportunities for the Hopkins community.
  • SURE - Students United for Racial Equality

    This club is for students interested in discussing and promoting social and racial justice as they relate to the Hopkins community and the world at large. Our goal is to foster dialog about these issues, as well as create a more equitable and inclusive campus. We host discussions, movie screenings, and all school events. 
  • Sustainability Committee (SUSCO)

    This club is for anyone interested in promoting sustainability on campus as well as climate/environmental activism! This year, we hope to advocate for more sustainable practices on campus like energy conservation and plastic reduction, as well as create instagram campaigns and challenges to promote sustainability. 
  • SWENext

    SWENext, a branch of SWE (Society of Women Engineers) strives to introduce and give opportunities from the field of STEM to minority groups. Along with our sister club at Yale, we will bring in speakers to talk about their experiences in STEM and compete in SWE competitions. Whether you're super passionate about STEM or just have the slightest bit of interest in it, you're always welcome! 
  • Telehealth for the Homeless

    Telehealth for the Homeless is a new organization established to create a communication system between homeless shelter inhabitants and volunteer psyciatrists via Zoom while also organizing fundraisers to support these shetlers.
  • The Razor - student newspaper

    Do you like eating bagels? Do you want to interview Dr. Bynum? Do you want to investigate a ~Hopkins mystery~ that you have always wondered about? If so, the RAZOR, Hopkins's newspaper, is the place for you! We usually do print editions, but due to covid, we have moved solely online (this has offered us a lot of flexibility!). Students from 9-11 grade are welcome to apply by writing an article for one of the upcoming issues. p.s. follow us on instagram @hopkinsrazor
  • Ultimate Frisbee Club

    The weather on this side of the year is fleeting, and this club isn't the most well adapted for virtual meetings. But we hope to set up games and tournaments next spring (health and safety permitting)
  • Yearbook - Per Annos

    We are the only club that makes a 200+ page hard cover book yearly! Come help document the 2021 school year - we are always looking for ideas for what to include in the yearbook, help taking photos, and students to work on laying out pages.
  • "We Hear You, Hopkins" Blog

    Students can share any work they are proud of to the school through our blog (https://wehearyouhopkins.wixsite.com/blog)! 
  • Weight Lifting Team

    This club is for anyone and everyone seeking to reach new fitness goals, regardless of what they are. We take a holistic viewpoint on fitness, and belive in a friendly environment for all so that everyone can be their best self.
  • Young Democrats

    Conversations about domestic and international political issues, campaign volunteer opportunties, and bipartisan discussions with Young Republicans. All students welcome, regardless of political affiliation.
  • Young Republicans

    Club for friendly and civil discussion about politics through a republican viewpoint.