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Clubs

Clubs

Our online clubs are a key part of our virtual school community, deepening relationships and providing students with the opportunity to work collaboratively. Clubs offer our students the opportunity to socialize with other students who share the same interests, talents and goals. Students gather in a stimulating, inviting and secure online environment, where they can talk to each other in real time and dive more deeply into subjects that interest them. Students work together on club projects and activities, with the guidance of experienced, dynamic teachers. Examples of clubs which may be active at any given time are described below:

Art ClubArt Club

Students look at various types of artwork, share their own art, and put together a virtual art newsletter to be shared with the school via our private social network.
Book ClubBook Club

Students will choose books for the club to read each Fall. Club members are encouraged to explore new genres and a variety of authors. Students will lead book discussions, respond to posts in the Book Club forum, have read-a-thons, and debate topics and authors.
Computer App ClubComputer App Club

Computer, iPhone, iPad, tablets, etc. all have a huge range of apps that are used and created these days. Students often know a lot of very useful apps for keeping calendars, staying in touch, getting homework help, and having fun. Students can come to share new apps they’ve found or heard about, and maybe even learn how to create apps of our own.
Craft ClubCraft Club

Computer, iPhone, iPad, tablets, etc. all have a huge range of apps that are used and created these days. Students often know a lot of very useful apps for keeping calendars, staying in touch, getting homework help, and having fun. Students can come to share new apps they’ve found or heard about, and maybe even learn how to create apps of our own.
Creative Thinking ClubCreative Thinking Club

Club members will have an opportunity to think outside the box. We will have a variety of creative exercises during the meetings and will also complete some tasks individually and report back on our results.
Creative Writing and Photography ClubCreative Writing & Photography Club

Club members make up the staff of the Laurel Springs Vision and Voices Magazine published at the end of each semester. The club is for students who enjoy writing and reading poetry, fiction and non-fiction and submitting photography to be published. Through peer editing and a monthly meeting, come and improve your creativity and craft.
Debate ClubDebate Club

Club members are provided with a topic, and take either the pro or con position. They are given a few minutes to do some research, gather their arguments, and then debate the topic until consensus is reached.
Environment ClubEnvironmental Club

This club is for Laurel Springs students who love nature and the Earth, and seeks to find a closer connection with the Earth and the environment, both as individuals and as a human community.
Equestrian ClubEquestrian Club

This club is for Laurel Springs students who love nature and the Earth, and seeks to find a closer connection with the Earth and the environment, both as individuals and as a human community.
Fashion ClubFashion Club

Club members will explore the fashion world, keep up on the latest trends, and share their own original designs and get feedback/support from other “fashionistas.”
Film ClubFilm & Theatre Club

Club members have an interest in stage theatre or the art of filmmaking. We will discuss and learn various aspects of theatre and film including character development, script/screen writing, and presentation. Expertise or previous experiences are not pre-requisites for this club; whether you’re just starting out or already on your way, your participation is encouraged!
French ClubFrench Club

Club members are French students who would like to have a real experience of French, France, and the French-speaking world in a very interactive environment. Our goal is to use the skills already acquired in the language, and enjoy a discovery journey of France, its landscapes and all aspects of its culture.
Gardening ClubGardening Club

Club members will get their hands dirty as they learn how to start, plan and maintain a garden. They’ll share hints, tips and ideas for maintaining their plants.
Model United NationsModel UN Club

The Model UN club engages in an authentic simulation of the United Nations system by learning about the UN system, the skills of debate, compromise, conflict resolution and negotiation. Model UN team members have fun learning about the workings of world diplomacy through the lens of current events.
Music ClubMusic Club

Club members create and enjoy music. Our goal is to celebrate, educate, support, inspire, create, listen to, and express our love of the spirit of music.
Songbirds ClubSongbirds Club

The Songbirds club is open to students who aspire to perform, record, and share their music. Our goal is to enjoy the musical offerings of each participant, give constructive feedback when it is invited, as well as learn techniques associated with recording, performance, voice, lyricism, and instrument arrangement. Moreover, we will also explore ideas of sound, song, and genres of music, as well as collaborate on creating pieces of music together.
Travel ClubTravel Club

Club members will have the chance to share their personal travels and pictures, exchange advice and travel tips. They will also get to explore other places they may like to visit in the future.

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