Upper School Clubs & Activities
Beyond class, MBS students take part in many clubs and activities, and their involvement fuels a powerful School spirit.
Co-curricular opportunities include everything from a Student Government Association with a real voice in school life to Crimson Sun, our school newspaper, Kaleidoscope, our multi-cultural diversity club, the Film Club, the Community Service Club, a Dungeons and Dragons Club, and much, much more. Students also turn out in enthusiastic numbers for Coffee House and mini-concerts in Wilkie Hall and our Contemporary Music Workshops—two annual blockbuster performance events spotlighting MBS talent. Like so many school activities, these events are organized and run by students, reflecting their energy and ideas.
Click the bars below to learn more about our offered clubs and activities. If you would like to see Middle School clubs please view the Middle School Clubs page.
MBS Humane Society Club drive benefits St. Hubert's Animal Welfare Center
Seventeen students participate in Model U.N. in Washington, D.C.
MBS parent speaks to BFI Club about artificial intelligence
Comfort Project 360 Club donates Valentine's care packages to cancer patients
MBS Debate Team competes at Ridge High School
MBS parent Joshua Tinkelman P'22, P'24 speaks to students about private equity
MBS Quiz Bowl Team competes in tournament at Livingston High School
Students in Latin Club make figurines of candy to celebrate Saturnalia
MBS alumna returns to speak with Career Connections and GLOW clubs