High School Activities
The Graded Activities Program allows students to participate in a wealth of activities that complement but are not part of the regular school curriculum. Through the activities program, students can pursue an area of personal interest in a collaborative setting, develop intercultural competency, and become engaged, ethical citizens. We believe that:
- Activities are an integral part of Graded’s overall curricular program.
- Every student should have the opportunity to become involved to some extent.
- Sponsors and students should, at all levels, develop and exhibit accepted attitudes of cooperation, citizenship, good sportsmanship, and dedication.
The program is organized into four sections: Academics and Leadership, Arts, Athletics, and Service. Students may sign up for activities at any time throughout the year, but we strongly recommend signing up during the Activity Fair held during FLEX early in the year.
Some of the activities offered are listed below. Please refer to the Graded High School Club Guide for the most up-to-date activities list, as well as for details such as times, location, requirements, and the best ways to join. Keep in mind that activities may vary from semester to semester.
Baking for All
Beauty at Graded Club
Coding in Python
Graded Happiness Club
Graded Instrument Learning Center (GILC)
Graded Mentoring and Tutoring Program (GMT)
Graded STEM Club
Graded Table Tennis Club
Model United Nations (MUN)
Strength & Conditioning Club
Student Athletic Leadership Team (SALT)
TEDxYouth at Graded Club
TES (Technology-Engineering-Science) Club