Clubs & Activities
Student Clubs and Activities
School Clubs are a fun way to become more involved in the school community,
learn more about a special interest, and make new friends!
|All Abilities Alliance|
Club for students with and without disabilities. The focus will be on creating a welcoming school environment and forming positive relationships among peers while accepting each student's unique abilities. Plan acceptance and awareness activities and events for our school community.
National organization that focuses on developing tomorrow’s female leader’s confidence and self- awareness. Girls will work together to complete fun projects that benefit local and global communities.
Hall High Debate Team will coach KP students in public forum debate that focuses on researching current issues, crafting arguments, improving elocution and collaborating in teams.
Spring Musical - opportunity to participate in a stage production; acting, singing and technical skill opportunities.
Students learn new acting skills, how to improvise and put on a Coffeehouse production.
Sports, activities, and events that change by the season. Please see the KP website for details.
At KP, we strive to be respectful, responsible and good citizens. KP Cares is the a community service club open to students from all grade levels who want to help give back and do good for others. We will be doing service projects such as the Making Strides Against Breast Cancer walk, a holiday gift drive, penguin plunge and more.
An international literary competition for trivia questions, known as the “sport of reading”. Meetings will start in groups, then break to teams.
Students become lawyers and witnesses to argue a ease against other schools before a panel of judges. Unparalleled opportunity to develop and practice public speaking, debate and logic skills.
|Science Club|| |
Can’t get enough of Science? This year we will explore magnetism, electric circuits and robotics. Focus will be on science and engineering solutions for problems in our world.
Technology Student Association (TSA)
Opportunity for students to participate in a variety of technology & engineering related challenges including; building and testing model bridges, gliders etc., designing and creating animations and coding websites as well as robotics.
At Unified Theater, young people with and without disabilities, of all backgrounds, come together as equals to put on a production. The production is entirely organized, written, and directed by the students themselves. In over sixty schools across the country over 6,000 students with and without disabilities have performed to almost 10,000 audience members. The concept is simple: let teens lead, let creativity rule, and put the Spotlight on Ability.
Students will take candid pictures of events, organize photos, compile our yearbook and, choose the cover.