Clubs at Hawthorn are meant to form the characters and minds of students. Participating in a club leads to a well-rounded, open, optimistic, joyful, courageous, confident, and resilient student. In addition, participating in clubs develops knowledge, inspiration, and critical thought.

Contact school administration for the most up to date schedule for Hawthorn Clubs.


Learn Spanish (Grades 1-7)

Begin to learn or improve your knowledge of Spanish as a foreign language in an enjoyable and interactive way

Board Games (Grades 1-7)

Let’s have fun playing board games – a timeless, good activity!

Card Games (Grades 1-7)

Learn a variety of card games from around the world. Although cards will be supplied, you are welcome to bring your own, including nontraditional playing cards such as UNO.

Drama (Grade 5)

Grade 5’s, it’s your turn to be the center of attention at the Christmas Concert!

W5H/Reach for The Top (Grades 1-7)

W5H is a general knowledge quiz competition. You can demonstrate knowledge of the curriculum, the world around you, and develop thinking and research skills.

Veritas School Newspaper (Grades 8-12)

Each edition of the student paper centers on a topic, determined by the editor. Articles, spreads, and columns all explore the topic in various ways.

School Play - Drama Club (Grades 8-12)

Every year, the upper school students put on a production supervised by the Art and Drama teacher. They fill all the roles and gain experience in writing, acting, directing, and backstage production.

Math Club (Grades 8-12)

In math club, we celebrate and explore the joys of mathematics. Students are preparing for various mathematics competitions and are organizing events to celebrate math. During math club, students also get extra help and tips for math homework.

International Explorer's Club (Grades 8-12)

The Upper School Explorer’s Club (Les Explorateurs – Formerly the French Club) are a group of enthusiastic young women who are interested in traveling and learning about diverse cultures and languages around the world. In our inaugural year, we looked primarily at the history of Quebec and fundraised in preparation for our March trip to Quebec City, where the students enjoyed their experience. This year, meeting bi-weekly, our members will expand their knowledge about cultural traditions/ holidays. We will compare holiday celebrations, learn some key vocabulary, and share some food along the way. Avec nous, c’est toujours un voyage de plaisir, à notre goût!

Yearbook Club (Grades 8-12)

The yearbook club is responsible for producing the annual Hawthorn yearbook. Students can develop basic photograph, layout and design, and illustration skills. Students that participate in this club are (or this club will help them to be) self-motivated, cooperative, and responsible.

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