Alumni Event 2008 043Club days are separated into two parts, morning rotations and afternoon clubs. These activities supplement the academic curriculum through experiential learning in focused subject areas.  Rotations and clubs are organized and led by staff that have particular expertise in the subject area. They change depending upon the season and interests of the youth.  Participation in rotations and clubs allow students to learn a topic that isn’t normally offered in the class schedule and gain experience through participatory activities and field trips.   See the diagram below for some examples: