Clubs at Mountain View

Club Days are separated into two parts, morning clubs and afternoon rotational learning. These activities supplement the academic curriculum through experiential learning in focused subject areas.

Clubs and rotations 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 clubs and rotations allow students to learn a topic that isn’t normally offered in the class schedule and gain experience through participatory activities and field trips.

Examples of club options

Event planning

Yearbook

Japanese

Taekwondo

Service

Art

Book Club

Film Appreciation

Swimming

Hiking

Snowshoeing

Running

Yoga

Do It Yourself

Board Games

Quilting

Healthy Cooking

Shakespeare

Music (ukulele/choral)

Mountain Biking

Cosmetology

Photography

Lacrosse

Student government

Archery

Golf

Climbing

Horsemanship