Secondary Co-Curricular
Module 1

Academic Year 2020- 2021

The ARIS Secondary School Virtual Co-Curricular Activities Module 1 begins Monday 14 September and ends on Thursday 3rd December 2020.

NOTE:  Spaces are limited and seats are filled on a first-come, first-served basis. Once your space is confirmed, you will receive the link to make the payment. The payment must be made within 24 hours to secure the space.

Please fill out the Digital Secondary Virtual Co-Curricular Module 1 Registration Form at the bottom of this page.

Activity Day / Time Instructor Fee
GHS
Chess Club New! Mon
3:30 – 4:30
Student-Led: Shiv Brar, Ouail Kahoul, & Mr. Ishmeal Free
Book Club Mon
3:30 – 4:30
Mme. Katie & Xavier Nwameme Free
Creative Writing Club Mon
3:30 – 4:30
Student Led: Xavier Nwameme Free
Zera Magazine Mon
3:30 – 4:30
Student Led: Sanaa Oluwole and Mme. Amanda Free
Anime & Manga Club New! Tue
3:30 – 4:30
Student-Led: Ivy Terante and Mr. Fred Free
English Clinic Tue
3:30 – 4:30
English Dept. Free
Math Olympiad Tue
3:30 – 4:30
Mr. Bobila & Mr. Afrim Free
Rubik’s Cube Club New! Tue
3:30 – 4:30
Student-Led: Abrahim Toutoungi and Mr. Ali Free
Figure Drawing New! Thurs
3:30-4:30
Mr. Chris Free
IBDP Math Support New! Year 12 & 13 Thurs
3:30-4:30
Student-Led: Zeynep Meral Kunt, Abrahim Toutoungi & Mme. Beatrice Free
Tech & Robotics Club Thurs
3:30-4:30
Mr. Daniel & Mr. Maxwell Free for Module 1 only
Math Clinic Thurs
3:30 – 4:30
Math Department Free
ARIS News Thurs
3:30 – 4:30
Mme. Dayna & Mme. Ama Free
Model UN & GIN* Thurs
3:30 – 4:30
Mme. Dorinda & Mr. Ishmeal 250 GHS

 

Anime & Manga Club New! A gathering of people who enjoy Japanese animation, manga, and culture, as well as video games and other animation styles. Join us for anime viewings, gaming, and friendly conversation.
ARIS News The ARIS News is a co-curricular club that provides an opportunity for students to develop their journalism, speaking, listening, and writing skills, not to mention, video and technology all in one setting!
Book Club Book Club will read and review Glinda of Oz in this module which will be accessible through Epic. Students will read at home and discuss what was read in the club. Students will create a Book Club Blog where they will post the Book Club book reviews. Learn how to create a book review and a blog! Students will also watch the Wizard of Oz at the end of the co-curricular cycle
Chess Club New! Student leaders use chess as an educational tool to strengthen the mind. Chess develops logical thinking; improves concentration, promotes imagination and creativity. For all abilities
Creative Writing Club Members will develop their writing skills.
English Clinic Get support with all your English needs.
Figure Drawing New! Figure drawing is a club for art students, illustrators, or anyone who wants to focus on improving their drawing skills.
Math Clinic Get support with all your math needs.
Math Olympiad Learn how to solve MISE math problems and compete in math competitions.
Model UN & GIN* Model United Nations
Rubik’s Cube Club New! Learn how to solve the Rubik’s Cube and other puzzles.
Tech & Robotics Club MINDSTORMS® EV3 robots to perform autonomous “missions” on a themed playing field and design innovative solutions to a real-world problem inspired by the theme. They also develop critical-thinking and team-building skills and build STEAM self-confidence whilst having fun.
Zera Magazine Zera Magazine is a collaborative multi-medium creative outlet. We focus on inspiring youth members by providing a safe platform to explore mental health, individuality, creativity and social-political issues.
Secondary Co-Curricular Registration Form