Model United Nations(MUN)
Students who enjoy researching and debating some of the challenges in today’s society can join MUN with other like-minded students. MUN promotes team work and critical thinking, allowing students to explore scenarios that will impact the world. The SSI MUN team participates in MUN conferences held through out the Academic year.
The SSI orchestra brings students who have passion for music together. Students meet afterclass on a regular basis to practive and prepare for concerts. Our orchestra performs during campus events and SSI sponsored events off campus scheduled through out the year.
SSI volleyball team plays DoDEA schools during the week and on weekends. Practices are after class and meets often to build team chemistry. Talk to Mr. Nick LeConte for try outs.
Students who love the arts can meet after class to exchange ideas and practice their craft. The club meets after class on a regular basis to hold meetings. The Art Club aims to broaden the artistic horizon beyond what is possible in classroom setting. All students interested in exploring art is welcome.
Contact Ms. Megan Ratliff (firstname.lastname@example.org) if you are interested.
Student Council is an organization run by SSI student leaders in cooperation with the SSI teachers and administrators. Student Council strives to promote a sense of campus unity and spirit by stimulating interest and offering opportunities for every student in the SSI. The student council involves the student body in academy-wide projects and activities. Student Council is also the voice of the students to the administration and faculty.
Student Council meetings are held once a week. The meetings are held every Friday after class, so they don’t conflict with other activities. You must be a member of Student Council to attend the meetings.
The Book Club promotes literacy by encouraging students to read. The Book Club meets every week to discuss and review a wide range of books. Any SSI students can join. The Book Club meets Monday and Tuesday after class at room 202.
Contact Dr. Faddy for more information(email@example.com)
The Yearbook Club carries on the tradition of recording and publishing a chronicle of the academic year by producing SSI’s annual yearbook. Students in grades 9-12 who are interested in journalism, photography and/ or graphic design are encouraged to join as members of the staff. Yearbook Staff and the teacher sponsor are responsible for developing a yearbook theme, layout of the yearbook, photo content and composition, copywriting, setting up page design with the publishers online program, meeting strict deadlines, ad sales and marketing and distribution of the book. Yearbook meetings are held on a weekly basis. Involvement in the Yearbook Club offers students the opportunity to gain life skills, assume the responsibilities of working with clients and deadlines, and have fun working as a team at the same time.
Learn basic to advanced skills, learn strategies and stay fit by joining our basketball club. Any new players are always welcome to join.
The Chinese Club welcomes students who are interested in learning more about Chinese history, culture, and language to join us. Chinese Club introduces students to the culture, music, art, literature, and history of China. Students will examine these themes through weekly meetings and activities. All students are welcome to join even if they are not currently enrolled in a Chinese class.
Contact Ms.Hannah at (firstname.lastname@example.org)