International Club members promote their club to other students

On Friday, September 24th, all Meridian High School students attended a club fair during their Stable Group. Student leaders representing 42 clubs were spaced out in the cafeteria and gym lobby.  Leaders shared pictures of their club's activities, answered questions, and signed up potential members. 

They also gave students a taste of club activities: the hat club showed off their many hats, and the Role Playing Game Club had a crowd watching fellow students battle on a ClearTouch TV! The goal is to introduce students to the myriad options available to them as students and get students more involved in extracurricular activities.

Clubs vary in scope and purpose, though all develop traits of the IB Learner Profile by supporting students as they become more Balanced, Open-minded, and Caring Risk-Takers, Thinkers, and Communicators.

Photos by Clara Aguilar

Book Club

Young lady with two computers registering students for the Meridian Book Club in front of several books being displayed on a table.

Girls Who Code

Two female students sitting at computers registering students for the Girls Who Code club.

Habitat for Humanity

Students looking at the Habitat For Humanity Club display and description.

Hat Club

A group of boys looking at a poster explaining the Meridian Hat Club

Role-Playing Game Club

A group of students watching one student playing a video game on a large screen demonstrating the Meridian Role-Playing Club

The Writing Club

Two young ladies awaiting students to register for the Meridian Writing Club