2016-2017 Upper School Clubs and Organizations
Advocates for Animals
Asian Culture Society
Our mission is to educate students about Asian culture and introduce people to different customs, foods, and activities native to Asia.
Bad in Plaid
A place where people celebrate the shared interest of singing, and make friends.
Balloon Sports Club
To inspire each girl to have fun and bond with friends over friendly balloon sport games!
Black Student Union
To discuss and analyze how black culture is represented in the media, further discuss different groups of black people ( i.e afro-caribbean, to be black and in the lgbtqiap+), and create an environment for safe discussion.
To spread pride for the Cleveland Cavaliers and support them and our city throughout the season.
Chapel Tech Club
To be there and make sure assemblies and other kinds of stuff run smoothly.
The Cleveland Club
To inform students about the many opportunities and places in Cleveland.
Cleveland Fine Arts Club
Discovering Cleveland one cultured experience at a time.
To inspire creativity and provide an outlet for relaxation and meditation.
Community Service Club
To help each girl find her passion in the service community and facilitate volunteer opportunities outside of Laurel.
To encourage an inquiring, resilient mindset through the study of cryptography.
To raise awareness about and help the local environment.
Facing History and Ourselves
To engage students of diverse backgrounds in an examination of racism, prejudice, and antisemitism in order to promote the development of a more humane and informed citizenry.
To empower women to recognize their own agency and to educate people of all genders about feminism.
To teach students about French culture with an openness to everyone.
GSA (Gay Straight Alliance)
The Gay Straight Alliance is a club dedicated to promoting LGBT+ acceptance, education and activism throughout laurel and beyond. We strive to push past social barriers and step into discomfort through discussions and outreach, in order to create a more understanding and diverse community.
Geek Culture Club
Indie Film Club
To watch, discuss, and analyze masterpieces of independent film, (especially films directed and produced by women) and interpret the way in which movie creators bring their artistic visions to life.
Israeli Culture Club
Discovering the land of Israel and Judaism through engaging discussions and activities.
To bring the culture and language of Italy to Laurel School through food, art, music, and education.
Lebanese Culture Club
To spread the joy of the Lebanese culture throughout Laurel School.
Model United Nations
To educate laurel girls about global issues and help them develop confidence in their beliefs.
Music Appreciation Club
To diversify our peers’ music taste.
Our goal is to promote proper sleeping habits, get the nine, and provide the safe space and place for napping.
Creating an open and fun environment to share in faith and friendship for a richer and fuller community.
Prevent domestic violence.
To bring people interested in photography together to collaborate, learn the significance and influence(s) of photography, and take and share photos with one another.
Educating people about Harry Potter and the wonderful wizard sport of quidditch.
To encourage, inspire, and empower girls to explore STEM with hands on learning. To build self-confidence by growing experience in programming, designing, building, and collaboration through robotics.
Self Defense Club
The Self Defense club hopes to teach Laurel girls self defense. The club would like to create a fun atmosphere, while still learning important lessons. Professionally trained instructors to teach these lessons.
Speech and Debate
Students choosing to participate in Speech and Debate compete in sanctioned competitive events under the authority of the Ohio High School Speech League and the National Forensic League.
Tea Party Club
To build bonds between students and alleviate stress.
That 70’s Club
Studying the past is a blast!
Learn to live ethically.
Student newspaper to give a voice to all students.
To inform and empower Laurel Students to be politically active and inform Laurel students about the democratic party.
To educate the community about current political events, specifically referring to the conservative party and its views.