At International High School, you have the freedom to express yourself in a variety of academic or co-curricular arenas. With the support of a close-knit community, you feel comfortable exploring new things.
We are dedicated to recognizing and supporting student-initiated and student-driven activities, and encourage students to get involved in such programs as an opportunity to develop leadership skills, express their individuality, and have fun. International High School students create dynamic involvement opportunities through student government, clubs and organizations, and social events.
The Student Council of International High School is a democratically elected association that represents and strengthens the student body. It strives to establish strong connections and effective means of communication in the community, while maintaining the students’ best interests as a priority. The International High School student body is committed to the following ideals:
- Be a supportive community that accepts diversity.
- Respect people’s property and look out for each other.
- Become more aware and responsible of the environment.
- Be a true community that monitors and takes ownership of its actions.
Above: 2017-2018 Student Council with Advisor, Dr. Leslie Adams, Director of Student Activities / Vie Scolaire
International High School students are encouraged to get involved in an existing club or create a new one. Here is a sampling of our current student organizations.
International Radio Station is a student-led organization offering a vast range of music, news and sports to inform, interest and entertain our entire school community. All content aired is the decision of our International radio team as a whole, and in line with the mission and values of our school. Our radio community brings together people of all origins, beliefs, and opinions. Together, our goal is to establish a creative yet real space where everyone can share their thoughts.
The Student-Athlete Advisory Committee's (SAAC) roles are to promote communication between athletics administration and student-athletes, generate a student-athlete voice within the campus athletics department, build a sense of community within the athletics program involving all athletics teams, organize community service efforts, and promote a positive student-athlete image on campus.
Additional clubs include Design Club, Bake 4 Lives, Chess Club, Foreign Film Club, Girls Chorus, Peer Counseling and Tutoring, Reading Buddies, Robotics Club, and Sustainable Development.