Architecture & Engineering Club
Student Leaders: J. DePoalo, J. Trombetta, G. Burke
Faculty Advisor: C. Payette
The Architecture & Engineering Club is dedicated to expanding the topic of architecture and engineering to the students in the MBS community. Our meetings consist of building projects, hosting speakers, trips to local firms, and having discussions.
Student Leaders: A. Giaquinto
Faculty Advisor: D. Burns
Student Leaders: M. Michel, R. Tone, L. Mennen
Faculty Advisor: S. Speidel
Founders Keepers is Morristown-Beard's theater club. The club participates in both on- and off-campus theater events and takes trips to Broadway and regional theaters. The club also sponsors on-campus visits from guest artists and participates in the annual STANJ theater competition.
Student Leaders: E. Kenny
Faculty Advisor: R. Kenny
Global Affairs Club meets monthly to discuss current events. We talk about local, national and international news stories. Everyone is welcome to bring their opinions. Learn what's going on and contribute how you feel about it. We will talk about trade, security, elections and international relations. Stay informed and speak out on the issues at GAF!
Student Leaders: P. Sanderson, K. Adams
Faculty Advisor: C. Zavorskas
Green Team is a place where members of the MBS community can come together to help improve the environment. We brainstorm and implement solutions to clean up the local ecosystem, and also try to educate and persuade people to modify their daily behaviors to make less of a negative impact on the Earth.
Student Leader: N. Lewis, S. Williams
Faculty Advisor: L. Harrison
Kaleidoscope is a multi-cultural diversity club that promotes awareness, acceptance, and appreciation of diverse cultures on campus. Students gather to discuss topics surrounding socioeconomics and cultural identity. These students facilitate the planning of the annual MLK assembly. Participants in Kaleidoscope formed a step team, which regularly performs on-stage and at school sporting events. Upper School members of the group mentor and foster meaningful relationships with their counterparts in the Middle School Kaleidoscope club.
Student Leaders: J. Levy, E. Kim
Faculty Advisor: C. Zavorskas, C. Finn
The Cinema Club is committed to bringing movie lovers and aspiring filmmakers together in a fun and engaging way. Throughout the year, we create short films that air at school meetings, hold film competitions, and also hold movie discussions. This year, we plan to hold a movie night, and also host a guest speaker. We hope to provide a casual venue for people to come together and explore the world of cinema!
Mental Health Matters
Student Leaders: A. Shah
Faculty Advisor: J. Sumner
Mental Health Matters is a club designed to increase awareness of and reduce stigma around mental health. Mindfulness is an integral component of our educational philosophy and students are encouraged to practice mindfulness techniques to promote balance, a feel of calm, and reduce anxiety. The club is student-led, but facilitated by one of our on-campus guidance counselors.
Student Leaders: I. O'Brian, Tate V.
Faculty Advisor: Z. Mazouat
Muse is a coalition for the advancement of visual arts on campus, throughout the student body, and within the surrounding community. Its goal is to create a space where creative minds can unite and further explore their various artistic interests. Appropriate for students of all artistic skill level, Musers will not only encourage each other in their creations but will inspire others through the production of publicly displayed works.
Student Leaders: T. Quarrie
Faculty Advisor: R. Mitchell
Music Production club aims to create a place for music lovers to create and share music freely. Even if you don't make music, there will always be music playing on the stereo and plenty of debates to keep you occupied. All kinds of music are welcome. That means EDM, Hip Hop, Rock, and everything in between.
Student Leaders: M. Sit, Q. Harris
Faculty Advisor: C. Finn
Photography club allows students to explore their interest in photography in a casual setting, while also improving their skills with the camera. The club regularly hosts photography competitions, in which members of the MBS community submit one or more photos for consideration by the club members. This club is a great space to practice and show off photos!
Student Leaders: L.Madden
Faculty Advisor: C. Teasdale
The Progressive Club is devoted to discussing current political issues encompassing multiple viewpoints, but mainly through a liberal one.
Sailing and the Sphere
Student Leaders: I. Jaeger
Faculty Advisor: P. Fisher
To promote the sport of sailing and utilize the science on a sphere for learning wind, current and storm patterns. The club will look at bait and sail design and how proper adjustments allow boats to be at the top of the pack in races. We will look at new technology and have members from our MBS community talk about how they affect the aero and hydrodynamics boats. This is a great opportunity to learn about etiquette and one of, if not the most, difficult sport in the world.
Student Leaders: J. Lawrence, J. Steker
Faculty Advisor: K. Augustyniak
Spectrum is a gay-straight alliance club that meets regularly to discuss LGBTQIA+ (lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, questioning, and intersex) topics and organize school-wide events to raise awareness and celebrate the community. Some of these events include Pride Week, Kicking the Stigma, Night of Voices, and observance of the national Day of Silence. Members of this group also participate in the New Jersey Trans Youth Forum annually.