As our Upper School students express their individuality and focus on their passions, they can participate in wide variety of clubs and activities that not only build their résumés, but also keep them involved and immersed in what they love. Because many of our clubs are born out of students’ own interests, organized by their efforts, and fueled by their enthusiastic, high-powered energy, there’s always something new and exciting to discover at Seven Hills.
The Academic Team competes against area high schools in academic competitions held throughout the year.
COMMUNITY SERVICE CLUB
The Community Service Club serves the community and encourages Seven Hills students to get involved in service projects.
Baking Club members share recipes. Each week, students gather to swap recipes and share treats they have baked over the weekend with the club.
The French Club engages in French culture through language, food, and holiday celebrations.
FILM APPRECIATION CLUB
GENES IN DISEASES AND SYMPTOMS
AFRICAN-AMERICAN AWARENESS CLUB
The African-American Awareness Club offers education and fosters awareness of issues that pertain to the black community and African-American culture at Seven Hills.
In Model UN, students learn about the United Nations and its functions. Students build skills in diplomacy and collaboration, and address real world issues.
PETTY REBELLION CLUB
SEVEN HILLS ATHLETIC LEADERSHIP TEAM
The Seven Hills Athletic Leadership Team brings together coaches and select student athletes for workshops and guided discussions.
VINTAGE GAMING CLUB
The Vintage Gaming Club gathers to play video games from the late 70’s and 80’s.
The Japanese Club spends meetings appreciating Japanese culture and language. They also watch popular Japanese television shows.
The Teariffic Club meets at lunch to sample a different tea blend each week. Students brew, steep, pour, and sip the tea while enjoying lunch and conversation.
ANIME MOVIE CLUB
Students immerse themselves in Japanese culture in Anime Movie Club. They view films in the popular genre and get an insight into Japanese life.
CHAMBER STRINGS CLUB
The Chamber Strings Club gives all string players in the Upper School the opportunity to hone their chamber skills and focus on chamber string repertoire. This club performs formally at the Upper School Instrumental Concerts.
The Programming Club includes student-driven activities that gives students the opportunity to learn a wide variety of programming skills. The club focuses on building camaraderie, as well as sharing knowledge and best practices.
CRAZY CONCERNING CATS CLUB
In the Crazy Concerning Cats Club, students discuss all things cat—such as ownership, rescue, care, and feeding.
7UP brings students together to plan activities such as pep rallies, homecoming, and dances. 7UP’s goal is to develop spirit for extracurricular sporting events and encourage community interaction and Seven Hills pride.
In Cartoon Club, students watch a variety of cartoons during lunch bell.
MU ALPHA THETA (MATH CLUB)
Mu Alpha Theta is open to students who enjoy math and are interested in meeting weekly during lunch to explore different math-related topics.
STUDENT DIVERSITY LEADERSHIP CLUB
The Student Diversity Leadership Club’s members include students and faculty passionate about social justice. Members participate in leadership training and coordinate activities promoting equity and inclusion within the student body.
Students in Round Table discuss and debate current events, as well as social, cultural, political and moral issues.
SEVEN HILLS MINDS
Seven Hills Minds empowers students to talk openly about mental health issues and works to educate and encourage help seeking. Members lead awareness campaigns related to mental health issues, as well as campus events to help students to deal with stress.
PING PONG CLUB
Ping Pong Club is open to both novice players and veterans of the game. Students learn ping pong techniques and strategies, and participate in an end of the semester tournament.
DISPOSABLE CAMERA CLUB
GENDER SEXUALITY ALLIANCE
Members of the Gender Sexuality Alliance meet once a week to discuss LGBTQ issues and current events facing the community—both at Seven Hills and around the world. The club gives students a safe space to be themselves and feel supported by their peers. Students do not need to be a member of the LGBTQ community nor are they asked to identify themselves as such.
AMERICAN SIGN LANGUAGE CLUB
In American Sign Language Club, students learn basic signing skills and communicate with each other using newly learned signs. The club discusses issues among the deaf and hard of hearing community.
The Engineering Club encourages members to think creatively and use the engineering and design process for fun projects.
ELECTRONIC MUSIC CLUB
Electronic Music Club gives Upper School students the opportunity to listen to new and/or electronic music. Students are encouraged to bring in music examples and lead informal discussions about the composer, performer, or music in general.
In Mock Trial, students learn and explore law through the experience of preparing for and participating in a mock trial competition.
Students learn about Spanish culture through film, food, and language. The Spanish Club also holds fundraisers and donates the money to local Hispanic charities.
In Science Olympiad, members complete experiments, give presentations, do volunteer work in science-related fields, and work on individual Science Fair projects.
Chess Club members play and learn the game of chess and participate in organized tournaments.
CHINESE LANGUAGE AND CULTURE CLUB
Students in the Chinese Language and Culture Club broaden their knowledge by learning about Chinese holidays, culture, movies, music, and food.
Latin Club prepares members for the Ohio Junior Classical League State convention and other local events. It promotes knowledge and enthusiasm for the classics.
LOUDER THAN A BOMB
Louder than a Bomb is the Seven Hills chapter of the national youth poetry slam organization. Students share their poetry in a supportive environment while cultivating their skills as writers and performers of slam poetry. Members participate in annual city-wide competitions.
Yearbook captures and records the school year in pictures and words.
Members of the Ski Club ski, tube, and snowboard after school at Perfect North during the winter months.