Clubs and Activities
Pingree's student programming opens the door to a multitude of interests to explore, with student organizations dedicated to the arts, current affairs, community service, journalism, science and engineering, multicultural development, activism, green living, and more. These groups and activities typically meet during free periods or after school, a number of which satisfy the school’s athletics requirement.
Athletics and Afternoon Programs
The Afternoon Program offerings at Pingree are considered an extension of the classroom, where each student can build self-confidence, develop physical skills, and learn the value of a team or group experience. Students are required to participate in an afternoon activity for all three seasons for grades nine through eleven, and two of three seasons for the senior year.
Tae Kwon Do
Pursuit (Outdoor Education)
Student Groups and Clubs
Many faculty and students at Pingree pursue interests outside of the formal academic and afternoon programming, which they share through the school's numerous student groups and clubs. These offerings help to develop students' skills and talents, leadership abilities, and self-confidence.
Below is a sampling of co-curricular programming available to Pingree students: