After School Hours: Clubs

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Olivia Chen

Here, a student expresses her ideas during a weekly meeting of the podcast club.

If you walk the halls after school hours, the number of students who are sitting and waiting might seem surprising. The reason they are waiting is for Bronx Science’s vast selection of clubs to begin at 3:45 p.m. They range from cooking club to robotics. Students are always able to find the club that they fit into, and if they don’t, then they can make one. Clubs at Bronx Science offer a community that students can rely on. The groups of students meet once a week, allowing students to find friends with the same passions as themselves. These pictures zoom in on the after school life at Bronx Science. They show the range of fun activities and meaningful discussions which you can encounter when you join a club. We pride ourselves in our community, and clubs are one of the ways that we build on it.

The groups of students meet once a week allowing students to find friends with the same passions as themselves.

A student prepares to bake cookies in the baking club. (Candace M.)
Students in Speech and Debate give a presentation. (Kin Yang)
A student in the Robotics club building a robot. (Pamela Li)
Here students are dancing during the Club Fair to promote their Urban Dance club. (Alexander Thorp)
Here, a student in the Animal Room holds a reptile up to the camera. (Pamela Li)
A student in the Chamber Music Club plays the cello. (Darlene Park)
Students rehearse for the Fall Musical (Jiwon W.)
A student sings a solo in the Fall Musical. (Jillian Chong)
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