Getting involved is easy at York. Joining a club is one of the best ways to:
- meet new people
- explore interests outside the classroom
- be a leader
- serve local communities
Our club line-up is varied, and driven each year by student interest. Inspired by something not on the list? Start a new club!
Plays board games and card games.
Presents to the School community on ways to lead an eco-friendly life.
Uses non-traditional materials to design and construct clothing and accessories.
Students choreograph and learn dances to perform at school functions.
Junior Engineering and Technical Society: Works on engineering problems and competes in a national problem solving competition in May.
Junior State of America: National debate club prepares for and travels to regional and state conferences to compete with students from other schools for distinction in political discourse.
International community service club.
Explores international relations and current events; attends Stanford and Berkeley’s Model UN Conferences, taking the roles of UN diplomats and working with students from all over Northern California to resolve global issues.
The Science Alliance club acts a hybrid science promotion club. The group will work to find local research opportunities, help with the Science Fair, and compete at the Science Olympiad, a national science competition in the spring.
Discusses issues facing teens today, specifically involving gender identity and stereotyping, to promote tolerance and understanding.
Builds, designs, and programs robots for different competitions and activities at school. No previous knowledge of programming or designing robots is necessary.
Organizes outdoor trips including camping, beach clean-ups, and ski trips.
Produces the York School yearbook, The Peregrine.
Hosts guest speakers who share their stories and tips about getting started in the business world.