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Student Activities

Student Activities

Our small community allows us to create a big stage for our boys because unlike larger schools, our schedule is a purposeful design so that a student can participate in clubs, service, plays, teams, and other activities without conflict.

Helping you to discover new passions and talents, allowing you to go beyond narrow pigeon-holing that can happen particularly in a boy’s most formative years and explore the many leadership opportunities our School provides.

Upper School

Scholars, artists, musicians, athletes, and any combination thereof find it not only safe to explore and cultivate their interests, talents, and skills, but are encouraged by teachers and peers alike to do so. Most Boys Latin students participate in many aspects of school life – and often discover new interests and talents as they broaden their horizons. We offer a wide range of co-curricular activities and programs, everything from student government to mock trial to cooking club there is something for everyone. Here, you will be able to test your skills, learn new perspectives, and explore new opportunities.


  • Anime Club

  • Asian Heritage Awareness Club

  • Black Student Union 

  • Book Club

  • Bowling Club

  • Chess Club

  • Cooking Club

  • Curatorship Club

  • Cybersecurity

  • Digital Media Club

  • Eastern European Culture Club

  • Economics Club

  • Fellowship of Christian Athletes

  • FIDM Club

  • Film Society

  • Game Day Club

  • Hispanic and Latino Awareness Club

  • Investment Society

  • It's Academic

  • Jewish Heritage Awareness Club

  • Laker Buddies

  • Laker Studio Band

  • Meditation

  • Mock Trial

  • Model UN

  • National Honor Society

  • One Love Club

  • Photography

  • Robotics Club

  • Spirit Club

  • Sustainability Club

  • Tech Club

  • The Maroon and White Yearbook

  • Varsity Math

  • Veterans Awareness Club 

  • VSN (Varsity Sports Network) 

  • Yoga Club

Middle School

When you enter middle school you also enter an exciting new world of extracurricular and co-curricular activities.  As a middle schooler, can you participate in clubs, sing in chorus, join the jazz band, or get involved in one of the many character building and leadership programs, all without conflict. Interested in math? You can join the math club and solve increasingly difficult puzzles to prepare for interscholastic math competitions, like Mathalon and MathCounts. In the chess club, students compete in a tournament-style format. You can design, program and build your own robot and compete in the FIRST LEGO League competition.  Our talented writers produce compelling content - from original thought-provoking commentary to editorial cartoons and video shorts. But at the core of all our co-curricular activities is character building and leadership training. You can join the spirit and service clubs, from managing Laker recycling to helping out with neighborhood clean-up efforts, or participate in the cultural awareness club that celebrates and recognizes the diversity within our community while building global awareness.


  • Laker Ambassadors

  • Spirit and Service Club

  • Southside Chronicle Student Newspaper

  • Speech Program

  • Cultural Awareness Club

  • Chess Club

  • Chorus

  • Eighth Grade Speech

  • Jazz Ensemble

  • Laker Buddies

  • Math Club

  • Middle School Band

  • Publications

  • Robotics

  • Scale Modeling

  • Student Council

Lower School

One Friday afternoon the last hour of the day in lower school is set aside for clubs.  Sign up to try your hand at chess or BINGO, or head to the music room for a rock session. If you love LEGOS the club will be ready for you. Hike around the campus and collect trash while you’re doing it, or explore on your scooter. Join the role play group or master the perfect paper airplane. There’s something for everyone.

Space for Many leaders rather than just a few.