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Clubs and Activities

What interests you

Inclusive clubs and activities are woven into the fabric of our unique, vibrant community. With girls at the helm of every organization—from Model UN to Student Council—you’ll be empowered to take on leadership roles, collaborate with your peers, deepen your passions, and find your time to shine. Whether you’re organizing a community service project or curating an art exhibition (or both), Dana Hall will always encourage you to stretch your wings and be open to new experiences that inspire, intrigue, and delight.

Get ready to dive in

  • Express your creative side by drawing or writing for Mirage, Dana Hall’s literary magazine
  • Hone your negotiation skills as a delegate on our nationally ranked Model United Nations team
  • Advance women’s rights through the Girl Up Club, a sister program to the Girl Up Club at the Oprah Winfrey Leadership Academy for Girls in South Africa
  • Protect the planet as part of the Green Action Committee, which runs our community garden and an annual textile collection drive
  • Brainstorm new product ideas as a member of the Entrepreneurship Club
  • Be an ally by joining BRIDGE, Dana Hall’s gay/straight/bisexual/transgender alliance group

Our Model UN Team competes — and wins — at the national level.

If You Build It...

Don’t see the club for you? Then this is your chance to found a brand new organization. Dana Hall students are always encouraged to propose new clubs if they have a particular area of interest they’d like to share with the community. Some examples of recent student-initiated clubs include the following:

  • A Capella Group
  • BABEL (linguistics and philosophy)
  • Baking 
  • Film 
  • HOPE (Health & Happiness, Optimism, Psychology and Encouragement)
  • Debate 
  • Lab Dragons
  • Social Entrepreneurship
  • STEMinists
  • String Society

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