At St. Anne’s-Belfield School we believe that involvement in organizations outside of the classroom is a necessary complement to learning in the classroom.

The clubs we offer in the Upper School are an integral part of our students' education, leadership development, and commitment to service. Some clubs are open for all interested students to join, while others require an invitation based on specific criteria and sometimes a selection process. Below are examples of clubs offered to students in the Upper School. Please note that lists are not exhaustive as new clubs may be formed when students have an interest.

  • Academic Team
  • Amnesty International
  • Art Club
  • Art Magazine - Plum
  • Boarding Council
  • Care for Critters
  • Community Service Council
  • Cut-A-Thon
  • Environmental Club
  • French Club
  • Friends Supporting Uragate
  • Fundraising Club
  • Gay-Straight Alliance
  • Gold Key Club
  • Great Outdoors Club
  • Habitat for Humanity
  • Happy Club
  • International Relations Club
  • Investment Club
  • Latin Club
  • Literary Club
  • Martial Arts Club
  • Model United Nations
  • NEDA (National Eating Disorders Association)
  • Peer Mentors
  • Philosophy Club
  • Nicaragua Club
  • Red Cross Club
  • Robotics Club
  • School Newspaper - Belfield Banter
  • Spanish Club
  • Spoken Word Club
  • STEPup
  • Student Council/Class Office
  • Tea Club
  • Theatre Club
  • Upper School Mathematics Club
  • Water Boys
  • Working Title (Film Club)
  • Young Democrats Club
  • Young Republicans Club

In lieu of traditional clubs, Grades K - 4 students participate in FAB Lab and Grades 5 - 8 students participate in Quests

Upper School student works on a project.