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Clubs and Activities

We believe that co-curricular activities play an important role in the development of a well-rounded individual. Our co-curricular offerings provide students with opportunities to explore new interests, pursue their passions, and develop leadership and teamwork skills. Our co-curricular programs cater to the diverse interests of our students.

Our co-curricular offerings also include clubs and organizations that allow students to pursue their interests outside of the classroom. From the Speech and Debate Team to the Robotics Club, our students have the opportunity to engage in a variety of activities that align with their interests and passions.

We are committed to providing our students with a well-rounded education that prepares them for success in all areas of life. Our co-curricular offerings are an integral part of this commitment and we are proud to offer a wide range of programs that help our students develop into confident, capable, and well-rounded individuals.

Co-curricular Highlight

Speech and Debate

We believe that speech and debate are essential skills that boys need to develop in order to become effective communicators and leaders. Our Speech and Debate team is designed to provide boys in Grades 5-8 with opportunities to develop their public speaking and critical thinking skills, and to gain a deeper understanding of important issues and current events.

Our Speech and Debate team is open to all students in Grades 5-8 and provides opportunities to compete in a variety of events, including debate, extemporaneous speaking, and impromptu speaking. Boys can choose to participate in one or more events, and they will be given the opportunity to explore their interests and talents through a variety of activities.

We provide opportunities for our students to showcase their talents in school events, league competitions and tournaments. Our team also participates in national-level competitions, providing a platform for students to showcase their talents and compete with the best in the country.

Middle School Clubs

A sample of club offerings:

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Math Club
Builder, Maker, Baker Club
Dungeons and Dragons
Deportes Electrónica
Ethics Bowl
Movie Club
Art Extravaganza
Creative Writing Club
NCAA College Basketball Round Table
Kick Boxing
Stock Market Competition


Speech and Debate News

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Each year, the first Friday in March is designated as National Speech and Debate Education Day. The US Senate has passed Resolution 61 of the 118th Congress to once again commemorate today across the country. The legislation affirms that “it is essential for youth to learn and practice… the 21st-century skills of communication, critical thinking, creativity, and collaboration.” Here at Princeton Academy, this day always provides a wonderful opportunity to reflect upon our rich school traditions, which develop boys’ voices, as well as highlight the newer programs and initiatives that keep pushing our Epic Vision forward. Developing each boy’s voice is a key component to reinventing boys’ education for a new generation of enlightened men. During his time at Princeton Academy, each boy has intentional experiences that develop the confidence to voice his opinions, the courage to share his stories, and ultimately the agency to advocate for himself and others.

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