Upper School
Student Life


Clubs are a great way for students to participate in extracurricular activities both in and out of school. They can help develop interests and encourage a sense of responsibility and service to the school and the larger community. Students are recommended to participate in at least one club, but many find they enjoy being involved in multiple clubs.
The clubs offered vary each year depending on student interest. Any student may start a new club at the beginning of the school year by signing up and finding a faculty sponsor. Club leaders must check in with their Student Government Association representative once a month to share what they are doing and attendance. Examples of clubs are:

  • The Rubble - student "newspaper" 
  • Pride Club - provides an affinity group for LGBTQIA students and allies and to encourage inclusion and discussion of LGBTQIA issues/concerns
  • Lit Page - provides a creative outlet for anyone who wants to share any of their works in a low-stress and friendly environment 
  • Model UN - students engage in authentic simulations of the United Nations system through learning about the UN system, the skills of debate, compromise, conflict resolution and negotiation
  • B+ - the mission is to "Do Good" by working with the B+ organization to raise awareness and help fight childhood cancer
  • Robotics Club - students create a FIRST Tech Challenge team that competes in events in Pennsylvania and Delaware
  • Beekeeping Club - teaches students about beekeeping and maintains Tower Hill’s hives
  • Black Student Association - provides a safe space for black students at Tower Hill to build connections and to talk to one another