Clubs & Extracurriculars
|Members of the Environmental Club
Provides service opportunities on-campus and in the greater D.C. community. Off-campus activities include food service with the homeless population of D.C. through Martha’s Table and evening tutoring with students from Washington Jesuit Academy. On-campus activities include sponsoring the annual blood drive, food drive, and toy drive.
Works on various creative art projects throughout the year.
Part of the local chapter of Best Buddies, a volunteer movement that provides opportunities to develop special friendships with students with mental and physical disabilities. Participating students are paired with a "buddy," a student from the Ivymount School in Potomac. Annual highlights include the Talent Show, Christmas Party, Bowling Event, and more.
Black Student Association
Sponsors talks, movie nights, and trips. Some activities are held jointly with the BSAs from neighboring schools.
Competes against area schools, like Sidwell Friends.
College Football Club
Works on Georgetown Prep's yearbook.
Drumline & Pep Band
Performs at many athletic events.
Given Georgetown Prep's Jesuit mission to form men of Competence, Compassion, Courage and Conscience, and the Biblical call to "care and cultivate" the Earth (Genesis 2:15), the Environmental Club at Georgetown Prep seeks to embody this mission by creating a sustainable and just campus that supports the life systems on which we depend. If you have questions, comments, or suggestions, please email email@example.com
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Provides opportunities to learn about the language and culture in an informal setting. Sponsors various events and trips.
Habitat for Humanity
International Relations Club
Participates in Model UN and Model Arab League National High School Conference.
Kino Border Initiative
Lord Chamberlain's Army (Shakespeare Club)
National Honor Society
The Saint Edmund Campion Chapter of the National Honor Society at Georgetown Prep is our chapter of the national organization, founded upon the principles of Service, Leadership, Character, and Citizenship. The National Honor Society is reserved for seniors who have distinguished themselves in all facets of school life. Students inducted into the Society serve the school and their fellow students as academic leaders, role models, and tutors.
Oasis is the bi-annual concert put on by students and faculty, where students have the opportunity to perform, collaborate and showcase their talent in a supportive environment.
Meets to learn more about photography in an informal setting with the opportunity to display artwork.
Meets weekly throughout most of the year for after-school competitions. Past events have included building the tallest possible tower out of mini-marshmallows and raw spaghetti and building ping-pong ball launchers with rubber bands and paper towel tubes.
The talented theater group that usually performs twice a year. Cast often includes students from neighboring schools such as Holy Cross and Stone Ridge. Past performances include Guys and Dolls and A Few Good Men.
Hoya Robotics competes in regional and national championships.
SADD (Students Against Destructive Decisions)
Provides opportunities to learn about the language and culture in an informal setting. Sponsors various events such as soccer tournaments and trips.
Spectrum Alliance Group
Encouraging respect, care, and inclusion for all students.
Speech & Debate
Meets regularly to discuss current issues and affairs, and prepares for debates.
Student Alumni Association
President and Vice-President of the Yard are elected by the student body to represent the students.
Video Game Club