Student Life


All Day and After Dark

Throughout the week, our students find ways to make use of every moment of their day. From athletics to co-curriculars, off-campus activities to all-school events, there is a little something for everyone. And, if they find something we don’t offer, our Student Activities Council facilitated by the Director of Student Activities, devote their efforts to making it happen with the goal providing creative and engaging activities during free times in the evenings and on weekends.

Weekends and Activities

In the evenings and on weekends, schedules are full of activities to participate in right here on campus. S'mores by the fire, friendly athletic competitions, McEvoy Theater performances, cooking and baking in the dining hall, and relaxing crafting opportunities are just a few of the ways our community connects outside of the academic day.


Off-Campus Activities

Our off-campus activities aim to take advantage of local attractions and resources. Offering a wide range of activities from an exciting rock climbing trip, to a relaxing movie, an educational museum visit or an essential trip to Walmart.

Clubs and Co-Curriculars

In order to allow all students to expand their experiences and find their passions we offer many clubs and co-curricular activities as a part of daily student life. Some of these include: 

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  • Animation Club

  • Art in the Afternoon

    Art in the Afternoon is a winter co-curricular offering that allows students passionate about the arts extended access to the art studio and classrooms. Students are also supported by faculty in the Art department so guidance and assistance is available as needed.
  • Badminton Club

  • Bring Change to Mind

    This student-led group advocates for mental health awareness through the planning of community events and presentations to help create a more empathetic and stigma-free community.
  • Chess Club

  • Club Med

  • Cook Club

  • Diversity Club

    The Diversity Club is a student-led group that gathers bi-weekly to discuss topics surrounding race, equity, and inclusion.
  • Film Club

  • Husky Green Council

    The Husky Green Council (HGC) is a group of students, faculty, staff, and administrators that are dedicated to a sustainable school, community, and world. Members of the HGC provide education, leadership, and change toward a life that is sustainable.
  • Husky Rainbow Alliance

    The Husky Rainbow Alliance's mission is to be a safe, inclusive place to connect with others and educate members and the community about LGBTQ+ topics. The group meets bi-weekly throughout the school year, with additional meetings as necessary. This group has presented at School Meetings for national events such National Coming Out Day and MLK Jr. Day; designed and produced a Rainbow Husky sticker for distribution; taken ownership of The Gratitude Tree in the Dining Hall; attended conferences; hosted a movie night, and more.
  • Husky Tour Guides/Admission Ambassadors

    Husky Tour Guides are student ambassadors that volunteer time in the Admission Office. Their primary responsibility is to welcome and tour prospective families. In addition, Husky Tour Guides help the Admission Office with prospective student communication and host students during spring revisit days. 
  • Math Club

    The Math Club meets during winter co-curricular activity time. Students work together and independently on mathematical problems. They further their understanding of math and think about real world problems through a mathematical lens. Occasionally, the Math Club has opportunities to attend competitions and test their skills and understanding against other students their age.
  • Model UN

    Model UN is an elective student group that participates in local and national Model United Nations events. Participants learn about diplomacy, international relations and the United Nations. In simulated experiential conferences, students develop skills for debate, diplomacy, research and public speaking.
  • Music After School

    Music after School is a winter co-curricular offering that allows students passionate about music extended access to the music studio. Under the supervision of Director of Music, Kyle Masterson, students develop songs and skills to share their music with the community. This also allows additional practice time for students working on music performances.
  • Music Collection

  • S.O.A.R, Student Organization for Alumni Relations

    Students in the S.O.A.R program support the Advancement Office by acting as ambassadors between the student body and alumni. They participate in event prep, general office help and communicate with alumni to build relationships and make connections for future networking.
  • Spring Musical

    Students who participate in the Spring Musical production dedicate their spring co-curricular activity entirely to the performing arts. The production is complex and professional. Students commit to extensive time and study of the chosen performance, culminating in one school-wide and one public performance late in the spring.
  • Theater Tech

    The Theater Tech group studies technical theatre including lighting, sound and design, and supports programs held in the school's McEvoy Theater. Theater Tech students provide technical support for twice-weekly School Meetings in addition to Community Meetings and special events in the theater throughout the year.
  • Yearbook

    The Yearbook group meets daily during the fall and winter co-curricular season and designs the school's annual yearbook. Students learn layout and elements of design. They also have an opportunity to get to know more about their peers and school programs through identifying photos and remembering school events.
  • Yoga

    Yoga is offered at New Hampton School as a spring co-curricular. Over the course of eight weeks, students learn the basics of yoga through physical postures, breathing exercises, and relaxation techniques. Students are also exposed to different styles of yoga and meditation in order to learn ways of increasing their strength, flexibility and overall well-being.
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