Clubs

Students organize and run extracurricular clubs at Harvard-Westlake.  Meetings  usually take place during Activities Period, the common free period during the school day. Some clubs also have weekend trips.  Any student can start a club with a faculty supervisor and students can join as many clubs as they have time for. The particular interests of students and faculty determine what clubs are established each year.  

The following list describes some of the clubs that have been in existence for several years and represent only a small sample of all the clubs on campus: 

  • Peer Support
  • Environmental Club
  • Amnesty International
  • Math Club
  • Speech and Debate
  • Black Leadership and Awareness Club (B.L.A.C.C.)
  • Comedy Improv
  • Surf Club
  • Book Bistro
  • Junior Classical League
  • Animal Rights Club
  • Model United Nations
  • Knitting Club
  • Asian + American Culture Club
  • Jewish Awareness Club
  • Straight-Gay Alliance
  • Youth Ending Hunger
Students in the Youth End Hunger club preparing food for homeless.
Students in the Youth End Hunger club preparing food for homeless.
Upper School Robotics Club
Upper School Robotics Club
Middle School Knitting Club
Middle School Knitting Club