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Upper Offers Record Number of Clubs

From academic teams to vintage video games, from stock exchange to protecting paws, Upper School students have a choice of more than 50 clubs to join this year. “Clubs give students an opportunity to explore interests in more depth with more rigor,” said history teacher Dan Polifka, who is a co-moderator of Student Government and oversees student clubs. Students had a chance to explore the variety of clubs during the two-day Club Fair held this fall in the Commons. “I think the pandemic has confirmed that all of us yearn for contact and connectedness. A lot of the clubs are really intended to be relaxing social clubs for students to spend time together,” Polifka said of the record number of clubs.