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SUNDAY, JANUARY 20

Due to the impending snowstorm, there will be NO COMMUNITY SKATE at Rivers on Sunday, January 20.
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The Rivers Edge

The Current

Cocurricular

Rivers students prepare themselves for the world beyond by immersing themselves in our comprehensive program. That’s why you’ll find that Rivers students are more than scholars; they are athletes, artists, musicians, leaders, newspaper reporters, actors, and poets. And more than a few students are all of those things.

Through our integrated program that asks all students to participate in both the arts and athletics at some level during their time here, students often come to discover a passion for something they never knew they had. Whether it is the ceramicist who discovers a love of running cross country or the football quarterback who develops an interest in drama, there are innumerable examples of students who have honed some preexisting skill or discovered a newfound passion here.

Students can also be involved in a wide array of clubs, including Model UN, Gender Sexuality Alliance, Diversity Club and Community Service Council. The school also has three student-run publications: The Rivers Edge, a national award-winning newspaper; The Current, the literary magazine; and The Nonesuch, the yearbook. And, thanks to student initiative, new clubs, events, and organizations continue to appear each year. In 2002, two students started the highly successful evening coffee houses, which feature poetry and fiction readings as well as musical performances.

At Rivers we have found that a program that requires students to stretch themselves in new areas and is taught by teachers whose knowledge and creativity are commensurate with their passion and caring creates a safe and exciting atmosphere for all forms of discovery.

Clubs News

List of 3 news stories.

  • Clubs Offer an Abundance of Choices

    Rivers’ annual Club Fair on Friday was like an all-you-can-eat buffet where Upper School students were sure to find cocurricular activities to satisfy their appetites, and were hard-pressed not to over-fill their schedules. At booths surrounding the lunch tables in Kraft Dining Hall, club leaders—who had described their goals during morning assembly—made personal pitches to interested students.
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  • Three Students Recognized at Model UN Conference

    The Model UN Club traveled to the University of Connecticut last week for the annual UConn Model UN Conference where Alex Klein ’18 and Maddie Cornetta ’19 each won a Best Delegate award while Thando Khumalo ’19 received a Most Improved Delegate award.
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  • Debate Club Earns Award at Harvard Conference

    The Rivers Debate Club attended its first conference of the year on October 14, convening at Harvard University for the New England Region Activism Day alongside Debate Clubs and Junior State of America (JSA) chapters from all over New England.
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Archive

Clubs & Activities

Organizations
Alumni Council
Athletics Council
Big Brother/Big Sister
Bio Ethics
DECA
Discipline Committee
ENCORE
Ed Tech
GSA
Model UN
Nonesuch
Red Key Tour Guides
RICA
RISE Mentors
Rivers Givers
Rivers Serves
Robotics
School Council
Debate
Student Advisors
Teaching Assistants
The Current
The Rivers Edge

Activities
A Cappella
Animation Club
Art Club
American Sign Language Club
Business Club
Chess Club
Coffee House
Baking Club
Drama Productions
Entrepreneurship Club
Family Promise Club
Fan Zone
Football Analytics Club
French Club
Girls Who Code Club
Investment Club
Latin Club
Math Club
Middle Peer Tutors
Outdoors Club
Philosophy Club
Science Club
Spanish Club
Student Tutors
Venture Capital Club

Organizations and activities for Middle School students include:
Middle School Community Service Club
Middle School Council
Middle School Book Club
Middle School Diversity Club
Middle School Hot Sauce Club
Middle School Peer Tutoring
Middle School Robotics Club
Red Key Tour Guides
Spring Drama Production
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