Quabbin Regional High School

Extracurricular Activities

Quabbin Regional High School recognizes the value of extracurricular involvement in building connections, friendships, interests, skills and talents. Extracurricular activities include clubs, organizations and teams. Participating in one or more of these activities expands and enriches your high school experience. Your involvement in extracurricular activities demonstrates to future employers and college admissions counselors that you are diverse in your skills and interests AND have the ability to skillfully manage your time. Enrich your high school experience and maximize your potential – explore your opportunities!

To participate in co-curricular activities, you must remain eligible by earning a passing grade in every subject. Full description of eligibility can be found in The Student Handbook (see Athletic/Co-curricular Eligibility).

Activities (a-z):

Club Lacrosse: Members of the girls club lacrosse learn the game and compete with other schools in the form of scrimmages.

Drama Club: Drama Club members perform 1-3 plays throughout the school year and dedicate a great deal of time to studying acting, directing, set design, costuming, and lighting.

Film-making & Media: Students learn photography, broadcasting, writing, cinematography, and editing to create originsl student-led PSAs, news and sports segments for Q News, and original short films. The group meets every Tuesday after school. Advisor: Carol-Anne Hebert-Villanova  cvillanova@qrsd.org

Glee Club “Be-Sharps”: Glee members plan a program with broadway tunes, ballads, show tunes, and current tunes. They then learn choreography for each song, create/decide costumes and put it together for at least 2 shows, fund raiser activities and one show choir competition.

High School Student Government: High School Student Government at Quabbin consists of four class Officers and members of Student Senate.

International Club: International Club members participate in activities that promote language skills and the exploration of other cultures.

Knitting Club: Students will learn the skill of knitting so they can participate in the Knit-a-Square program to provide blanket squares for orphans in South Africa.

Link Crew: Link Crew is a group of junior and senior students that help freshmen transition into high school.

Massachusetts Envirothon Team: Envirothon members study forestry, soils, water, and wildlife, and conduct research for a yearly “current issue” presentation.  Selected members participate in the Massachusetts Envirothon Competition.

National Honor Society: The Excelsior chapter of the National Honor Society recognizes students who have demonstrated excellence in scholarship, character, leadership and service.

Poetry Club: Poetry club offers students a form of self expression through the work of poetry. Students are allowed to participate in any way they would like, such as sharing, performing and/or competing.

Quabbin Composting and Organic Gardening Program: Our program works to protect the environment for future generations by recycling food resources, through sustainable agriculture, and by encouraging these practices in our community.

Quabbin GSA: the Gay-Straight Alliance provides a safe and welcoming meeting space for LGBTQ students and their friends.
Advisor: Carol-Anne Hebert-Villanova  cvillanova@qrsd.org

Robotics Club: Robotics teams build robots to compete in the VEX Robotics competitions.

Trivia Club: Trivia Club participates in the WGBH High School Quiz Show. We are planning on intramural and interscholastic competition.

Yearbook Club: The Yearbook Club is responsible for the creation and production of Quabbin’s Yearbook.

 

More activity webpages coming soon!