Student Experience at the Halifax Grammar School

Halifax Grammar School believes clubs and extracurricular programs are an essential component of a complete student experience. Students are strongly encouraged to join any of the existing clubs at Grammar or start one of their own.
Taking part in a club allows students to have fun and interact with other students who have similar interests.

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  • School Clubs

    In recent years, students have started clubs that focus on:
    • Chinese culture
    • Gardening
    • Robotics
    • Politics
    • Chess
    • Knitting
    • Urban art
    • Film
    • Climate change
    • Two-Spirit and LGBTQIA+ awareness
    • Mindfulness
  • Competition

    Students can also choose to become a part of one of Grammar's more formal organizations that competes against other schools. Students can develop their talents and passions with an eye to compete in:
    • The Debating Team
    • Model United Nations
    • The Math Club
  • Trips and Adventures

    Field trips, class trips, and student exchanges are a traditional part of the Grammar experience. Places our students have gone in the past include:
    • Port Royal
    • Louisbourg
    • Ottawa
    • Italy
    • Greece
    • China
    • Thailand
    • Quebec
    • Guatemala
    • Kejimkujik National Park
    • ...and more!
    Most students in Grades 9-12 have the opportunity to take advantage of an international experience if they choose.
  • Halifax Grammar Houses

    Students at the Grammar School are grouped into one of four Houses:
    • Acadia
    • Glooscap
    • Privateers
    • Royals
    These Houses are the main focus for how friendly, light-hearted student competition in a wide range of school activities is organized in:
    • academics
    • intramural sports
    • clubs
    • community service
    Many student activities throughout the year are organized by Houses to promote the broadest possible participation in Middle and Senior School and, at various times, from Primary to Grade 12.

    All faculty and staff members at Grammar are also aligned with a House and participate in their own spirit-raising activities.

Student Club Activities (Photos)