When the weather starts to get colder we provide some club options for students over the lunch hour. Information about clubs and lunchtime activities is updated regularly throughout the year.

Student Leadership, Clubs and Activities

Student leadership in extracurricular programs is essential. At Belfast School students are encouraged to participate in lunch hour clubs and WECARE program. Students have many opportunities through service clubs, leadership clubs, activity clubs, and extracurricular fine arts experiences to go above and beyond the curriculum expectations and to develop many important life skills. Get involved in your school. Sign up for clubs throughout the year!


Students in Grades 5 and 6 have the opportunity to be trained as patrols who help our students cross the street safely.  Let your teacher know at the beginning of the year if you are interested!


We offer a variety of clubs that our Students can sign up for throughout the year. Clubs run during our lunch hours typically after the students are done eating.  Often times these clubs are actually developed, run & organized by our Students with support from a teacher for supervision.  

Current Clubs: 

Acting Club: Grade 3-6 students 

Lego Club: Grade 1 & 2 students 

Games Club: Grades 3 & 4 students

Sketching Club: Grade 1 & 2 Students 

Ukulele Club: Grade 5 & 6 students 

 Chess & Checkers Club: Grade 5 & 6 students 

Ipad Club: Grade 3 & 4 students 

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