Life at York is active. With an inclusive and supportive community, students can jump in and get involved. From helping write the yearbook to dressing in flannel for lumberjack day to debating the benefits of ice cream for dinner, students can explore their interests and try something new.
York is mainly known for its academics, and while I do love the rigorous academic environment, I think what makes York so much better is that we still have numerous opportunities to express our creative side through the wide variety of activities provided for us. I love that York allows me to discover and expand both my academic and creative interests. – ANDREA ALEXANDER '14
Clubs, leadership activities, spirit days, and dances all make high school fun and exciting. The end result? Well-rounded, confident individuals with great friendships and lasting memories.