KEHILLAH STUDENT CLUBS
This club will meet regularly, discuss a variety of architecture and interior design topics – occasionally marshmallows are involved! Click the button below to view the first, very successful, architecture challenge full of gooey goodness.
A club where students with the common interest in biology can socialize and further pursue their main interests in the field through experiments, games, and videos.
We play chess together on chess.com, and we discuss strategies. You can join as a beginner or at any level, it really doesn’t matter as long as you are interested in chess.
On this competitive team, we learn crucial research and argumentation skills including rhetoric, structure, and persuasive speaking, and attend tournaments to hone our craft and win shiny medals.
EQUALITY AND ADVOCACY CLUB
Equality and Advocacy Club is a safe space to learn and share your opinions without judgement. As students, we have a voice and it’s powerful when we use it. We will be discussing different current events, social justice issues, and projects that support what we are discussing.
FUN AND GAMES CLUB
We play (online adaptations of) board games and card games weekly. Examples of games we have played online so far this year include Carcassone, Coup, and Saboteur.
Gay Straight Alliance Clubs, or GSAs for short, are student-run organizations that unite LGBTQ+ and allied youth to build community and organize around issues impacting them in their schools and communities. GSAs have evolved beyond their traditional role to serve as safe spaces for LGBTQ+ youth in middle schools and high schools, and have emerged as vehicles for deep social change related to racial, gender, and educational justice.
A growing body of research confirms that the presence of a GSA has a positive and lasting effect on student health, wellness, and academic performance.
Join us in Israel club where we learn about the State of Israel’s history, culture, and current events through engaging activities. Featuring educated discussions, speakers, and a fun environment, Israel Club is one of the best.
JEWISH LIFE CLUB
The Jewish Life Commissioners (JLCs) plan holiday events and KabShab, Kehillah’s weekly Shabbat assembly, in conjunction with Kehillah’s Dean of Jewish Life and Learning. JLCs collaborate with Jewish Life Committee, a group of dedicated students committed to religious life, to conceptualize and execute holidays and other Jewish events. Jewish life is by the student body for the student body, which creates a distinctly communal and creative atmosphere.
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In Ramblings, we design, plan, and produce Kehillah’s visual arts and literary journal. We brainstorm then choose a theme, create schedules and deadlines, promote open submissions, and discuss and choose submissions from the student body. In the end, we produce and share the arts journal Ramblings with the whole school and community.
If you want to leave a meaningful impact on your community and the world, Kindness Club is for you. We spend our meetings by doing hands-on community service to help those in need and also working to organize large-scale community service projects that even more people can partake in. Check out our page and follow us on Instagram to see some of the ways we’re spreading kindness right now!
Kehillah’s performing improv troupe is open to all students interested in exploring the agony and joy of “Yes, and.” Each week will include improv games, exercises, absurdity, and hilarious antics. Troupe performance opportunities will be available during student-produced events. No experience required! Check it out!
WOMAN IN SCIENCE CLUB
The Women in Science Club (WIS), founded and run at Kehillah by Sophie Burkhardt aspires to inspire. In hopes of closing the gender gap in the sciences, the club invites women who excel in their profession to come speak about what they do, and how they got to where they are. They tell their story, their accomplishments, and their struggles. After hearing their words, we get to ask questions we have, in order to find out if this profession interests us. ? Not everyone could make it to every meeting, but still wanted to hear what the speaker for the week had to say, so I began sending recordings to members who missed the meetings. After a little thinking, I decided to create a blog, so the world could listen to what these inspirations have to say. ? Hopefully this page helps you find out what interests you in the sciences and offers you advice on choosing any profession, from people who have years of experience and knowledge. Check out my blog: https://www.womeninscience.club/
Our club is meant for students at Kehillah to help bring their creativity and ideas to the yearbook. Yearbook club gets students involved on all levels – from collaborating with yearbook staff, to attending school events, and actively participating in something that benefits the entire school body. The staff is always looking for new photographers, writers, illustrators and designers to get involved.