School Clubs and Teams

Forge International has a variety of clubs and teams. Please review the listings below for more information and to find a club/team that matches your interests. Some clubs may require Dues. Please contact the club facilitator for this information.

Equal Access Guidelines For All Student Clubs

Forge International School shall provide equal access and a fair opportunity for student clubs to organize and to meet on school premises during the times established for such meetings. The following general guidelines will be observed in approving, establishing, and operating student clubs at Forge International School.

A. Each proposed student club must complete and submit a Student Club Form to an administrator or designee stating the name, specific purpose of the club, the membership requirements, the activities of the club and meeting dates and times. Each proposed club shall have the student group perform a risk management assessment of the proposed student club activities.

B. Student participation in club activities and attendance at club meetings shall be voluntary and shall be limited to those students who are currently enrolled in Forge International School. All student groups meeting on school premises are required to open membership to all interested and/or eligible students. Clubs shall be allowed to meet on school premises during lunch hour and for one hour immediately following the end of the school day on days when school is in session. The time and place of all club meetings shall be subject to available space, conflicting activities and programs, and the availability of the faculty sponsor or monitor. Students shall be responsible for ensuring the presence of a faculty sponsor or monitor prior to every meeting. Clubs will be allowed to meet on school premises during other times of the day only in extraordinary or exceptional circumstances as may be determined by an administrator or designee.

C. All clubs must comply with provisions of the school’s student constitution, if applicable.

D. No hazing of students shall be permitted.

E. An administrator or designee may deny the opportunity of any club to meet on school premises, and may deny permission of any non-school person to meet with or speak to a club on school premises, when there exists a substantial likelihood of material and substantial interference with the orderly conduct of educational activities within the school, or if the meeting or activities in the meeting are, or will be, in violation of any law or ordinance.

F. An administrator, designee, or student council (if appropriate) may temporarily or permanently terminate the opportunity of any club to meet on school premises in the future if the club has materially or substantially interfered with the orderly conduct of educational activities within the school, if the activities of the club have violated any law or ordinance, or if the club has violated any provision of this policy.

See Board Policy 3225 for details about the formation and governance of clubs. 

Students and/or parents interested in starting a new club or team at Forge International may contact one the Head of School for a proposal form.

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