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Clubs and Organizations

Joy of discovering in an extracurricular setting

Clubs at CIS

At CIS, students have a number of different opportunities to explore their interests and talents. Club time at all levels allows students to acquire and refine skills that they may not otherwise have the opportunity or time to do during curriculum studies. It also presents an opportunity for leadership development and a respite from academics, as clubs are not graded.

Club Structure

Most clubs begin at the start of a new term. Some run the whole year. All students must participate in clubs. In Elementary, clubs are on Thursdays. Secondary clubs run on Tuesdays and Thursdays.

Some of our clubs include:

  • Chess & Board Games
  • Debate
  • Do-It-Yourself Projects
  • Drama, Dance, Arts & Crafts
  • Knitting
  • Martial Arts
  • Model United Nations Conferences
  • Student Council
  • Table Tennis
  • Theory of Knowledge Conferences
  • Ultimate Frisbee
  • Yoga

CAS &Club time

It can be difficult to engage in quality CAS activities outside of school. That’s why IB students receive the opportunity to develop their CAS portfolios during these twice-weekly sessions. How activities tie in with CAS:

  • CAS activities with Sri Lankan
    refugee school students
  • Habitat for Humanity

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