"Intelligence plus character - that is the goal of true education."
Martin Luther King Jr.
Clubs & Electives
Debate: In debate students develop skills for public speaking, researching current events, creating persuasive arguments, and working as a team. In addition students will have the opportunity to win some medals along the way.
Musical: Students experience the wonder that is the live stage through singing, dancing, acting, and much more. Musical Theater provides students with the full range of theatrical experiences both onstage and off.
Art: For students who are interested in a deeper study of the arts, this club will focus on furthering technique in a variety of mediums. Students have the option of creating their own independent study projects while receiving extra instruction in the medium of their choice.
Guys and Girls A Capella Groups - Guys and girls sing a variety of genres including pop and Broadway in a capella and accompanied settings.
Clapham Chronicles Newsletter - Student-led, edited, illustrated and published newspaper.
Yearbook - Students learn about photography and graphic design. They are assigned specific events to cover, as well as writing, designing, and photographing to develop a school yearbook.
Admissions Ambassadors - Student Ambassadors serve as the face of the school in many key admissions contexts: hosting visiting students for classroom visit days, speaking at admissions events, and sharing the student perspective on our school mission.
International Ambassadors - The Wilberforce International Ambassadors serve The Wilberforce School by offering hospitality and helping to enfold our international students. Ambassadors provide an invaluable service in helping international students to feel comfortable and welcomed at The Wilberforce School.
Strength and Conditioning - Students will learn how to safely train in the weight room and also train outdoors. We will improve flexibility, strength, speed, agility, and endurance. This program is for serious athletes who really want to get stronger and faster. Participating in a strength and conditioning program requires maturity and a good work ethic.